Dr Neil Winn
Senior Lecturer in European Studies; POLIS Director of Student Education
My work lies at the intersection of international relations and European politics. I am interested in European international relations in particular, and emphasise an interdisciplinary approach in my work.
My research in the past has particularly focused on the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union and the international relations of Europe in general.
My teaching interests again lie at the intersection of international relations and European politics. I teach undergraduate modules in 'Foreign Policy Analysis' and 'Europe and the World'. I also contribute to 'Debating Europe' at the undergraduate level. At the postgraduate level I teach modules in 'The Making of Modern Europe' and 'European Defence and Security Analysis'.
I am keen to supervise promising research students in a range of areas including common foreign and security policy, transatlantic relations, intelligence and foreign policy, foreign policy analysis, civil wars and management of ethnic conflict.
- Winn, N. (ed.) (2004) Neo-Medievalism and Civil Wars. Frank Cass.
- Winn, N.; Lord, C.J. (2001) EU foreign policy beyond the nation state : joint actions and institutional analysis of the common foreign and security policy. Palgrave.
- Winn, N.; Harris, E. (eds.) 'Europeanisation: Regulation and Identity in the New Europe, Special Issue', Perpectives on European Politics and Society : A Journal of Intra-European Dialogue, London, Leiden and New York, Brill, Special Issue, Summer 2003, 170pp.
- Winn, N. (2003) 'Towards a Common European Security and Defence Policy (CESDP)? The debate on NATO, the European Army and Transatlantic Security'. Geopolitics and International Boundaries, 8(2), pp.47-68.
- Winn, N. (2002) 'In Search of Europe's Internal and External Borders: Politics, Security, Identity, and the European Union'. In: Cameron Ross (ed.) Perspectives on the Enlargement of the European Union, Brill, pp.19-48.