I will be happy to supervise PhD students researching in the following
- Regional integration and trade agreements related to Latin America.
- The International Relations of Latin America, especially EU-Latin
American relations, US-Latin American relations, and the BRIC.
- History and Politics of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and
- Any aspect of MERCOSUR.
- Political/IR theory related to questions of international power
Students under my supervision will be able to access facilities
and initiatives offered by the EU Civil Sociaty Dialogue (DG Trade),
the Bath Latin American Network and will be given the opportunity
to co-teach and/or run seminars in my units.
Currently I supervise 3 PhD students:
Max Hatzold (1st supervisor),
'Institutions matter. How functioning democratic institutions cope
with resource boom and bust: The cases of Peru, Chile and Bolivia'.
Giles Green (2nd supervisor),
'The Nature of the Bolivarian Equilibration: Inter-actor competition,
Chavismo and the PSUV'. - CURRENTLY SUSPENDED
Christos Maratzopoulos (2nd
supervisor), 'Constructing the Western Balkans: The EU's Regional
approach from a Constructivist Perspective'.