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2022 NEXTEUK International Conference: "Global Order and the future of EU-UK relations"

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13 January 2022 - 14 January 2022

Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: University of London in Paris (9-11 rue Constantine)

This two-day conference will take place at the University of London in Paris (9-11 rue Constantine) on 13 and 14 January 2022. It will gather academics from various disciplines interested in the topic of Global Order and the future of EU-UK relations.

The academic programme will be complemented by keynotes and policy events, and will provide a networking opportunity between policymakers and scholars at all stages of their career.

Key topics driving this conference include, but are not limited to:

  • China and the new EU-UK relations
  • Normative power Europe, the UK and the world
  • The transatlantic relationship and the new EU-UK relations
  • Trade and the new EU-UK relations
  • EU-UK relations and the global order: strategy and interests
  • The global migration agenda and the new EU-UK relations
  • International health politics and the new EU-UK relations
  • Climate and the future of EU-UK relations


Submission details: paper and/or panel proposals are to be submitted by 22 October 2021 (23.59) on Paper proposals should be no more than 300 words long and have 3 to 5 five key words including also the names, emails and affiliations of their authors. Panel proposals should be limited to 4 papers. Acceptance answers will be given in the following weeks and papers will have to be sent in by 3 January 2022. There is limited funding available for travel and accommodation for successful applicants.


Young scholars who have not yet or have just completed their PhD as well as early-career colleagues are strongly encouraged to participate. As the members of this project are deeply engaged in the formulation of policy-relevant recommendations, all participants will be encouraged to contribute to the NEXTEUK blog and Working paper series. The best presentations will be selected to be included in a special issue.


If you have any questions or queries regarding this conference, please contact Dr Agathe Piquet (


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