Europe in Context: “European integration in the 1970s”, Wednesday, 20 March 2013

“European integration in the 1970s”

11:00-12:30 – Room G10 (HumSS)
BRITISH FOREIGN POLICY IN THE 1970s

Matt Broad (Reading), The Nordic Connection: British foreign policy and the NORDEK treaty, 1968-1973.

Kai Hebel (Oxford), ‘London’s “lemon strategy”: Britain, détente, and the “human rights revolution” of the 1970s’

Mathias Haeussler (Cambridge), ‘Helmut Schmidt, Harold Wilson, and the British Renegotiation of EEC membership, 1974-75’

12:30-1:00 Lunch – Room 142 (HumSS)

1:00 -2:30 – Room 280 (HumSS)
ECONOMIC EUROPEAN INTEGRATION IN THE 1970s

Angela Romano (LSE), “An actual international actor: The EEC and East-West relations”.

Laurent Warlouzet (LSE), “European integration, market regulations and the economic crisis, 1973-81”

Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol (Glasgow), “European Integration and Financial Globalisation: Banking Regulation and Supervision in Western Europe, 1960s-1980s”

2:30-2:45 – coffee/tea

2:45-4:00
ROUNDTABLE – Room 280
Chair: Jon Bell (Reading)
James Ellison (Queen Mary)
Piers Ludlow (LSE)
Linda Risso (Reading)
Matt Worley (Reading)

Please contact Linda Risso (l.risso@reading.ac.uk) to register.

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