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Research on South Eastern Europe
European Institute, LSE
Cowdray House, COW 2.01
London WC2A 2AE
Tel: +44(0)20 7955 7198
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LSEE is part of the LSE's European Institute, a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
Welcome to LSEE - Research on South Eastern Europe!
LSEE - Research on South Eastern Europe is a research unit based at the European Institute| of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Bringing together and further developing the School's expertise on South Eastern Europe, LSEE provides a significant platform for high quality, independent research, across three broad streams of Social policy, regional policy and labour markets; European integration, macroeconomic policy and institutional reform; and International relations, minorities, security and state-building. Through its busy agenda of public events| and academic meetings, LSEE aims at facilitating public dialogue and the dissemination of scientific knowledge on the region.
South East Europe at LSE| is the research unit’s widely read blog.
LSEE is closely affiliated to two other research units at the European Institute: the Hellenic Observatory| & the Contemporary Turkish Studies Programme|
LSEE Event Highlights
Long standing stability in South East Europe: from security to economic growth
Albania's Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati was a guest lecturer at LSE on Monday 3 November.
See photos and listen to the event's podcast here|.
‘Those still thinking about a Greater Albania live in a different world’
Read Mr Bushati's exclusive interview with us here|.
Monday, 1 December 2014
Panel Discussion on Romanian Presidential Elections 2014
Where does Romania go to from here? Romania and the Presidential Elections|
Venue: Cañada Blanch Room, (COW 1.11), Cowdray House, LSE
Time: 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Monday, 23 March
Book Launch: State-building in Kosovo: Democracy, EU Interests and US Influence in the Balkans
with Dr Andrea Lorenzo Capussela (author)
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Building, LSE
Visiting Speaker Programme
Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Normative-power Europe in the Western Balkans: enlargement 'fatigue' and the multiple challenges of maintaining momentum in the accession process|
Dr John O'Brennan, NUI Maynooth
Seminar details (to be announced soon)
LSEE Annual Newsletter 2013/14|
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Hellenic Observatory PhD Scholarship
on Greece 2015/2016|