Carleton experts are available to discuss Brexit, Thursday’s referendum that will decide whether the United Kingdom will remain part of the European Union.
Associate Professor with the Department of Political Science
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Hurrelmann teaches in the areas of comparative politics, European integration and state theory. His research mainly deals with the politics of the European Union; it focuses in particular on questions of legitimation and democratization in the European system of multi-level governance.
He is associate director at Carleton University’s Center for European Studies, where he co-ordinates the research group on social integration and citizenship. He is a member of the governing board of the European Community Studies Association – Canada.
Distinguished senior fellow at NPSIA and senior research fellow with the Centre for Security and Defence Studies
Tepper has worked with national and international organizations on a broad range of topics. He can offer commentary on general topics of international relations, such as nuclear issues, the United Nations and great power politics; and geopolitical issues such as terrorism.
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