Start: Aug. 30, 2004
End: Sept. 10, 2004
Place: The first week: Innsbruck (Austria), the second week (6-10 September): Trento (Italy)
The Summer School seeks to analyse the role of the European Union as a highly active actor in the global system, with a multi-faceted set of foreign policies. The School will help foster understanding of the complexity of the present international environment and how the EU is responding to both threats and opportunities coming from the outside world. Employing a multidisciplinary approach, the Summer School will involve some of the most important scholars in the field from several European countries and the United States. The Summer School targets MA, PhD students and young researchers. Candidates must have a strong interest and some background in the School's topics and be fluent both in spoken and written English, as it is the working language of the Summer School.