Zoom event Thursday Dec. 17th: Lecture- “The European Union, Security and Defence: Logic of Integration, Logic of Sovereignty”, UCC-Defence Forces Lecture Series


The next issue in the UCC-Defense Forces Lecture Series will be available European Union, Security and Defense: Logic of Integration, Logic of Sovereignty‘, pa Dr. Andrew Cottey, Department of Government and Politics, University College Cork. The study will be conducted online Thursday 17 December, 6.30-8.00 (Irish / UK time).

The zoom link can be found here: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NDE0YTQ5NjItODE1MS00NjZjLWE5MjYtNjZmMDI1YjBmZDQx%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22-22-22-2222222222 % 22-22-62% 22Tid% 22-22-68% 22Tid% 22-22-68% 22Tid% 22-22-68%% 22Oid% 22% 3a% 22c4a52d97-5ca7-444a-998b-57d60695eff1% 22% 2c% 22IsBroadcastMeeting% 22% 3atrue% 7d)

The study is open to the public.

From Brexit, to US politics, to China, to climate change, external pressures raise questions about whether – and how – the European Union (EU) can do more to protect its security and promote world peace and security. Dr. Cottey will argue that the debate on the issue within the EU is underpinned by two opposing principles: consensus thinking and governance thinking. This article will discuss how these two principles have worked so far in developing the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP) and discussing how they can play in the future.

Andrew Cottey is Professor and Chair of the EU Jean Monnet in European Political Integration, Department of Government and Politics, University College Cork. He is a European security expert and author of several books, including Security in 21st Century Europe (Palgrave Macmillan), with over 80 newspaper articles, book titles and fact sheets. He is currently the Chair of the Royal Irish Academy Standing Committee on International Affairs and a member of the executive committee of the British American Security Information Council (BASIC).

The UCC-Defense Forces Lecture Series seeks to facilitate a public dialogue on global security challenges, how these issues could affect Ireland and how Ireland can help address regional and global security threats. The workshops were organized in conjunction with the Defense Forces and UCC’s Colleges of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences and Business and Law.

Details of courses:

  • European Union, Security and Defense: Logic of Integration, Logic of Sovereignty
  • Prof. Andrew Cottey, Department of Government and Politics, University College Cork
  • Thursday 17 December 2020, 18.30-20.00 (Irish / UK time)
  • Online via these links: (- no registration or login required, but we invite you to contact us shortly before 18.30).
  • This article will be re-posted so that people can see it later if they wish.

The following articles in the UCC-Defense Forces Lecture Series:

  • ‘Ireland and the UN Security Council’, Sonja Hyland, Director of Politics, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Ireland, Thursday 28th January 2021, 18.30-20.00 (Ireland / UK Time) – this article outlines what Ireland should do as it begins two years as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council.
  • ‘The Irish Naval Service’, Captain Brian FitzGerald, Officer Commanding Naval Operations Command & 2IC Irish Naval Service, Thursday 25 February 2021, 18.30-20.00 (Irish / UK time)

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