Geoffrey Edwards (political scientist)

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Dr Geoffrey Edwards is a British academic born in 1945, specialising in the European Union (especially its institutions and its foreign and security policies). A fellow and a Graduate Tutor of Pembroke College, Cambridge, Geoffrey Edwards is also Reader in European Studies at the Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge and holds a Jean Monnet chair as Director of European Studies at the Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence at the same university.

He has held research posts at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and a number of other institutions including the Federal Trust and Chatham House. He specialises in the European Union, its institutions and external policies.

His publications include The Politics of European Treaty Reform (co-edited with Alfred Pijpers), Cassell, 1997, and The European Commission (co-edited with David Spence, Cartermill, 1997. Since 1998 he has been co-editor of The European Annual Review of Activities for the Journal of Common Market Studies, and he co-authored with Paul Cornish Identifying the Development of an EU Strategic Culture for International Affairs, Vol 7 (3), 2001.

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