PUBLIC LECTURES

Invited plenary lectures at conferences/meetings

2006, “The New Israeli Government and the Future of Arab-Israeli Relations,” NATO Parliamentary Assembly 12th Mediterranean Dialogue Seminar: The Middle East at a Crossroads. New Challenges for East-West Dialogue, Istanbul, Turkey, 2-4 May.

 

2006, “The EU: Challenges and Opportunities,” The Diaspora Forum of the President of the State of Israel, President’s Residence, Jerusalem, Israel, 5 June.

 

2008, “The EU and the Middle East – A New Window of Opportunities?,” The Annual Meeting of Forum on the Problems of Peace and War, Florence, Italy, 13 March.

 

2010, “Europe in the Mirror of Others,” UACES Arena Seminar in cooperation with the University of Kent in Brussels and Edelman-The Centre, Brussels, Belgium, 10 December.

 

2011, “EU-Israel: Quo Vadis,” Corvinus University of Budapest Lecture Series on Israel, Budapest, Hungary, 31 March.

 

2012, “From Divergence to Convergence: The EU and the Middle East Peace Process,” ECPR/Lisbon Ph.D. Summer School, Lisbon, Portugal, 22 June.

 

2013, “The EU’s Normative Power,” Brussels Briefing: The Alfred von Oppenheim Centre for European Policy Studies, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik eV – The German Council on Foreign Relations, Berlin, Germany 18 April.

 

2014, “Views from the Neighbourhood: Israeli Perceptions towards the EU,” The Centre for Studies on Federalism – Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, University of Turin Lecture Series on Europe from Outside, Turin, Italy, 15 October.

 

2015, “Israel and the EU: Perceptions in a Complex Relationship,” The Middle East Institute, Washington, D.C., United States, 10 April.

 

2015, “Normative Power Europe Meets Israel,” The Centre for Studies on Federalism – Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, University of Turin Lecture Series on Europe from Outside, Turin, Italy, 27 November.

 

2015, “Normative Power Europe in the Global Dialogue,” Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence – EU in Global Dialogue, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany, 11 December.

 

2015, “Labelling of Products: EU Perspective,” The Israel Council on Foreign Relations, Jerusalem, Israel, 14 December.

 

2016, “What does Israel think about Europe? And Why? Europe Seen from the Outside,” European Council on Foreign Relations, Berlin, Germany, 23 June.

 

2017, “Euroscepticism as a Weapon of Foreign Policy,” European Neighbourhood Policy Chair – College of Europe /Natolin Ph.D. Summer School, Natolin, Poland, 30 June.

 

2017, “Normative Power Europe Meets Israel: Fears, Perceptions and Realities,” The Centre for Studies on Federalism – Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, University of Turin Lecture Series on Europe from Outside – Region Europe, Turin, Italy, 24 November.

 

2018, “Europe’s Hour Has Come and Did Not Go,” The Israel Council on Foreign Relations and the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Tel Aviv, Israel, 22 February.

 

2018, “EU, Greece and Israel: Challenges and Future Prospects for the Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation,” Department of International and European Studies, University of Piraeus, Piraeus, Greece, 6 March.

 

2019, “Europe’s Regional Challenges in the Age of Populism,” European Commission –Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR), Brussels, Belgium, 28 March.

 

2019, “Attraction and Resistance: Israel and the European Union,” The Centre for Studies on Federalism – Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, University of Turin Lecture Series on Europe from Outside – Region Europe, Turin, Italy, 22 November.

Presentation of papers at conferences/meetings (oral or poster)

Sharon Pardo, 2002, “Regional Cooperation in the Middle East: Israel and the PNA,” Conference on Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation, Mons, Belgium, 18 April.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2004, “Developing an Effective Counter Antisemitism Strategy,” The Third General Assembly of European Jewry, Budapest, Hungary, 21 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2004, “The European Neighbourhood Policy and the Mediterranean: From European Unilateralism to Regional Regime,” Conference on the EU in Regional Conflict Resolution, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel, 25 October. 

 

Sharon Pardo, 2005, “International Intervention in the Israel-Palestine Conflict,” Conference on the Role of the EU in Border Conflicts,” Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Jerusalem, Israel, 8-11 January. 

 

Sharon Pardo, 2005, “Israel’s Grand Strategy towards the EU,” Conference on the EU, the Mediterranean and the Middle East – Using the Window of Opportunity, Brussels, Belgium, 20-21 April.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2005, “The Euro-Mediterranean Neighbourhood Space: Outline for a New Institutional Structure,” Conference on Europeanisation and Democratisation: The Southern European Experience and the Perspective for New Member States of the Enlarged Europe, Florence, Italy, 16-18 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2005, “Towards a New EMNS,” Conference on the EU: Past and Future Enlargements – UACES 35th Annual Conference and 10th Research Conference, Zagreb, Croatia, 5-7 September.

 

Sharon Pardo and Lior Zemer, 2005, “Taking the ENP to the ECJ: The Making of a Neo Van Gend,” Conference on the EU: Past and Future Enlargements – UACES 35th Annual Conference and 10th Research Conference, Zagreb, Croatia, 5-7 September.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2006, “Israel and the EU: Maintaining the Relations,” The Annual Conference of the Israel Political Science Association – The Open University of Israel, Raanana, Israel, 15 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2006, “Taking the Enlarged Neighbourhood to the ECJ,” The Central and East European International Studies Association Fourth Convention. Reflecting on a Wider Europe and Beyond: Norms, Rights and Interests – University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia, 25-27 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2006, “Israel and the EU: An Israeli Grand-Strategy towards the EU,” Conference on Visions of Europe: Key Problems, New Trajectories – UACES 36th Annual Conference and 11th Research Conference, Limerick, Ireland, 31 August -2 September.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2006, “The Euro-Mediterranean Relations and the Transatlantic Connection,” Conference on Common Values and Principles as the Basis for the Mediterranean Dialogue within the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, Madrid, Spain, 14-15 December.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2007, “Israeli-EU Perceptions and Misperceptions,” Conference on Politics, Policy and Responsible Scholarship – ISA 48th Annual Convention, Chicago, United States, 28 February-3 March.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2007, “The EU: A View from Israel,” The Fourth ECPR General Conference, Pisa, Italy, 6-8 September. 

 

Sharon Pardo, 2007, “The ENP: A View from Israel,” The Joint Conference of the Italian Institute of International Affairs and the Middle East Technical University on the ENP and the Southern Mediterranean: Drawing from the Lessons of Enlargement, Ankara, Turkey, 23 November.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2008, “The ‘Privileged Union’: A New Model for Relations between the EU and its Mediterranean Neighbors,” Conference on Bridging Multiple Divides – ISA 49th Annual Convention, San Francisco, United States, 26-29 March.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2008, “The EU for Israel: How the EU is Viewed by Political and Business Elites, Civil Society and the Press in Israel,” Conference on Europe in the Changing World: Challenges, Priorities and Research Collaboration – The National Centre for Research on Europe, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 24-27 September.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2009, “The Advanced Partnership,” Conference on Exploring the Past Anticipating the Future – ISA 50th Annual Convention, New York, United States, 15-18 February.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2009, “So Close, So Far? Israel, the EU and the Mediterranean,” Symposium on Double Unification: Germany and Europe After 1989 – Minerva Institute for German History and the Morris E. Curiel Institute for European Studies, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 23 April.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2009, “The EU and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Opportunities and Constraints,” Conference on Strengthening the Forces of Moderation in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The Role of the EU after the Gaza War – The Truman Institute Jerusalem and the Clingendael Institute The Hague, Jerusalem, Israel, 28-30 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2009, “Hungary, Israel and the EU: 20 Years of Hungarian-Israeli Relations,” Conference on the Occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Renewal of the Diplomatic Relations between the State of Israel and the Republic of Hungary – The Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest, Hungary, 7 September.

 

Sharon Pardo and Joel Peters, 2010, “Uneasy Neighbors: Israel and the EU,” Uneasy Neighbors: Israel and the EU Book Launch Event – Israel Council on Foreign Relations and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Jerusalem, Israel, 4 January.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2010, “Bidirectional Relations? Israel and Europe,” Conference on the Relationship between Israel and Europe: The Cases of France and Italy – Centre de recherché français à Jérusalem, Jerusalem, Israel, 25 February.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2010, “Thoughts on Spain and the Union for the Mediterranean,” Conference on Spain: History, Memories and Politics – The Center for International and Regional Studies, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 14 March.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2010, “The Brussels Challenge: New Directions for the EU in the Middle East Conflict,” The Revenge of the European Model? The Council for European Studies at Columbia University 17th International Conference, Montreal, Canada, 15-17 April.

 

Sharon Pardo and Joel Peters, 2010, “Uneasy Neighbors: Israel and the EU,” The Revenge of the European Model? The Council for European Studies at Columbia University 17th International Conference, Montreal, Canada, 15-17 April.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2010, “Israeli-EU Relations in a Multilateral Context,” The GARNET EUIA 2010 Conference: The EU in International Affairs, Brussels, Belgium, 22-24 April.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2010, “Squaring the Circle of Analysis of NATO’s Role and Strategic Concept,” The METU-CES-NATO Conference: NATO’s Future – Challenges and Prospects, Ankara, Turkey, 5 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2010, “The EU, the Arab World and Israel in a Multilateral Context,” Conference on Exchanging Ideas on Europe: Europe at a Crossroads – UACES 40th Annual Conference, Bruges, Belgium, 6-8 September.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2011, “The EU’s and NATO’s Images in Israel,” EU-GRASP Conference on the EU and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict – University of Gothenburg Conference, Jerusalem, Israel, 22 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2011, “The EU and the Middle East Facing the Arab Spring,” Conference on the Pacification of Europe: Lessons for the Middle East – The University of Haifa and the Israeli Association for International Studies Conference, Haifa, Israel, 24-26 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2011, “Europe Seen from Israel,” EuroBroadMap Conference: Europe Seen from Here and Elsewhere – The University of Rouen and the EuroBroadMap Conference, Mont Saint Aignan, France, 1-2 December.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2011, “Speaking Weak Law to High Politics,” Annual Conference of Israel Association for International Studies – Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel, 25 December.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2012, “Reflections and Images from the Pacific and Middle East of the EU,” Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Studies Association of North America, Toronto, Canada, 16-18 February.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2012, “European Law (and Politics) in the Middle East Conflict,” Nineteenth International Conference of Europeanist – Council for European Studies, Boston, United States, 22-24 March.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2012, “The Privileged Union: A New Model for Euro-Arab Relations in the Age of Arabellion,” DAAD Conference: After the Crises? Germany and its Partners in a Changing Europe – Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 20-21 April.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2012, “The ECJ and the Middle East Conflict,” Third European Union in International Affairs – IES International Conference, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium, 3-5 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2012, “Decades of European Foreign Policy and Governance in the Middle East Conflict,” The Annual Conference of the EU Centre of Excellence: Sixty Years of European Governance – York University, Toronto, Canada, 13-14 September.

 

Sharon Pardo and Neve Gordon, 2012, “Explaining Regional Pacification: Lessons from EU-Israeli Relations,” Conference on Explaining Regional Pacification: The Case of Europe and Lessons for the Middle East – The University of Haifa and the Israeli Association for International Studies Conference, Haifa, Israel, 29-30 November.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2013, “Normative Power Europe through the Lens of the Israeli Palestinian Conflict,” Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration – Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 26 May.

 

Sharon Pardo and Neve Gordon, 2013, “Why Labels Matter: Israeli Settlement Products and Technical Customs Rules as Instruments of European Foreign Policy,” The Tenth Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for International Studies Conference – Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, 10 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2013, “Normative Power Europe Meets the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” The Fifth Network Conference: EU Neighbourhood Policy – Survey and Perspectives – Europa Institut at the University of Zurich, Jerusalem, Israel, 22 October.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2014, “Normative Power Europe and the EU’s Neighbourhood,” Joint Jean Monnet Chair and Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Symposium on Normative Power Europe? EU External Outreach and International Identity – The National Centre for Research on Europe, the University of Canterbury and the University of Kent, Christchurch, New Zealand, 27-28 February.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2014, “Schizophrenic Europe: Normative Power Europe Meets the Israeli‐Palestinian Conflict,” Conference on Spaces and Places: Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization – ISA 55th Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada, 26-29 March.

 

Sharon Pardo and Neve Gordon, 2014, “Using Technical Customs Rules as Instruments of Foreign Policy,” Conference on the EU in International Affairs – EUIA Fourth Annual Conference, Brussels, Belgium, 22-24 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2014, “The EU’s Internal and External Dynamics: Lessons from the Union’s Relations with Israel,” Conference on Challenges of Contemporary Governance – IPSA 23rd World Congress of Political Science, Montreal, Canada, 19-24 July.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2014, “The Future of the Euro-Mediterranean Relationship: Lessons from the OSCE Model,” Towards Helsinki+40: OSCE, the Global Mediterranean and the Future of Cooperative Security – IAI and OSCE Seminar, Rome, Italy, 18 September.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2014, “Israel: The Seventh Would Be Member State of the EEC?,” Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration: The EU – Wherto?, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, 30 September.

 

Sharon Pardo and Neve Gordon, 2014, “Bordering Disputed Territories,” Borders at the Interface: Bordering Europe, Africa and the Middle East International Workshop – Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, 7-11 December.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2015, “Why Labels Matter?,” Fourteenth Biennial Conference of the EU Studies Association, Boston, United States, 5-7 March.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2015, “Normative Power Europe Meets Israel,” Annual Conference of the Haifa Center for German and European Studies: The Idea of Europe, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel, 6-7 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2015, “Normative Power Europe Meets Israel,” Conference on Challenges and Opportunities: How has Gender and Diversity Scholarship affected Political Science? – CPSA 87th Annual Conference, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, 2-4 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2015, “Rules of Origin as Instruments of European Foreign Policy,” Conference on Challenges and Opportunities: How has Gender and Diversity Scholarship affected Political Science? – CPSA 87th Annual Conference, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, 2-4 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2015, “Israel’s Contribution to the European Integration Project,” Conference on the Contribution of Jews to European Culture and Values – EPP Group and POLIN Museum Conference, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw, 22 June.

 

Sharon Pardo and Neve Gordon, 2015, “Normative Power Europe and the Power of the Local,” ECPR 9th General Conference, Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada, 25-29 August.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2015, “German-Israeli Relations: Between the Special Relationships Approach and the Diplomacy of Guilt Theoretical Framework,” Conference on German-Israeli Relations, The Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 25 November.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2016, “Normative Power Europe and Perceptions as Cultural Filters: Israeli Civic Studies as a Case-Study,” Conference on EU in International Affairs V – #EUIA16 Annual Conference, The Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium, 11-13 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2016, “Normative Power Europe and Cultural Filters,” ISPSA Annual Conference on New Israeli Order: Challenges and Policies, The Institute for European Studies, Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem, 26 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2016, “Normative Power Europe and Perceptions and Narratives as Cultural Filters: Israeli Civic Studies as a Case Study,” paper presented at the Conference on The Union’s Institutional and Constitutional Transformations: Stress or Adaptation? – The 8th Pan-European Conference on the European Union, Trento, Italy, 15-18 June.

 

Patrick Müller and Sharon Pardo, 2017, “Normative Power Europe in Israeli and Palestinian Eyes,” UACES 47th Annual Conference, Krakow, Poland, 4-6 September.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2017, “Normative Power Europe Meets Israel,” The 25th Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration on 60 Years to the Rome Treaty – The State of the European Union, Jerusalem, Israel, 19 October.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2018, “1957: The Year that Israel Almost became the Seventh Member State of the EEC?,” Conference on East-West – The 2017-2018 Annual Conference of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, 26 February.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2018, “Year Zero: A History of 1957,” The Annual Conference of the Israel Political Science Association – Sapir Academic College, Sderot, Israel, 3 May.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2018, “So Close, So Far: Israel and the European Union in the International Arena,” The Annual Conference the Israeli Association for International Studies – The Open University of Israel, Raanana, Israel, 14 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2018, “EU-Global Perceptions: Israeli Perceptions towards the EU,” Crisis, Conflict and Critical Diplomacy: EU Perceptions in Ukraine, Israel and Palestine (C3EU) – Israel Council on Foreign Relations and the C3EU, Herzeliya, Israel, 21 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2018, “Euroscepticism: Israel’s New Instrument of Foreign Policy,” The Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel, 18 October.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2019, “Euroscepticism and Sharp Power as Instruments of Foreign Policy,” CPSA 91st Annual Conference – University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 4-6 June.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2019, “Israeli Celebrity Diplomats: Fame in Contemporary Israeli-European Affairs,” ECPR 13th General Conference, University of Wrocław, Wrocław, Poland, 4-7 September.

 

Sharon Pardo, 2019, “Israeli Celebrity Diplomats: Fame in Contemporary Israeli-European Affairs,” The Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration – The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel, 10 December.

Presentations at informal international seminars and workshops

2004, The Role of the Enlarged EU in Reviving the Peace Process in the Middle East, The University of Jordan and Birzeit University in cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, “Strategically Changes in the Middle East: The ENP and the State of Israel – Economical and Political Aspects,” Sweimeh, Jordan, 12-13 June.

 

2004, Israeli-European Policy Network, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “The Future of EU-Israeli Political Relations,” Berlin, Germany, 14 October.

 

2005, Israeli-European Policy Network, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “The European Constitution, Israel and the ECJ,” Brussels, Belgium, 17 November.

 

2005, The Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration Seminar on the EU-Israeli ENP Action Plan, Bar-Ilan University, “Israel and the ENP,” Ramat-Gan, Israel, 24 November.

 

2005, The Intercat Conference on Political Dialogue and Security Cooperation in the Mediterranean Region: Barcelona+10 and the New Neighbourhood Policy, The European Institute of the Mediterranean, “Reforming the Euro-Mediterranean Dialogue,” Barcelona, Spain, 2-3 December.

 

2005, The CSEPS-YIFC Annual Conference, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “The European Role in the Promotion of Young Israeli-Palestinian Leadership,” Beer-Sheva, Israel, 14 December.

 

2005, Israeli-European Policy Network, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “The ENP and Israel: Choosing a Judicial Forum in Light of the European Constitution,” Tel-Aviv, Israel, 15 December.

 

2006, Israeli-European Policy Network, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “Israeli-European Relations in the Age of the Convergence Plan,” Vienna, Austria, 20 June.

 

2007, Seminar on the Euro-Mediterranean Area After Barcelona 10, EuroMeSCo Research Network, “The ENP: Back to the Future,” Lisbon, Portugal, 28-29 June.

 

2008, The Joint Conference of the GARNET Network of Excellence and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the External Image of the EU, University of Bologna at Forli, “Israel in the EU: A Reality or an Illusion?,” Florence, Italy, 14-15 March. 

 

2009, The XXVI Malta Information and Training Seminar for Euro-Med Diplomats, University of Malta/Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies, “The Union for the Mediterranean: Much Ado about Nothing?,” St. Julians, Malta, 15-18 May.

 

2010, Meeting with Academic and Think Tank Experts Hosted by EU Commissioner Štefan Füle, The European Commission, “ENP Strategic Review,” Brussels, Belgium, 23 September.

 

2012, The XXXII Malta Information and Training Seminar for Euro-Med Diplomats, University of Malta/Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies, “Prospects and Challenges of the Arab Spring,” St. Julians, Malta, 11-14 May.

 

2012, The Annual Jean Monnet Conference, University of Victoria, “Europe’s Split Personality: Normative Power Europe and the Middle East,” Victoria, Canada, 10 August.

 

2013, The EU and Israel/Palestine: Borders and Borderlands Workshop, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies – European University Institute, “Of Borders and Labels” (with Neve Gordon), Florence, Italy, 10 May.

 

2014, The EU and the OPT: State-Building without a State, European Neighbourhood Policy Chair – College of Europe, “The EU and the Middle East,” Natolin, Poland, 3 April.

 

2014, The Mediterranean and the OSCE, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Istituto Affari Internazionali, and Compagnia di San Paolo, “Can the Helsinki Process Inspire?,” Turin, Italy, 4-5 June.

 

2014, The Israeli-European Agenda, The Delegation of the EU to Israel, the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung and the Israel Council on Foreign Affairs, “Normative Power Europe Meets Israel,” Herzliya, Israel, 30 October.

 

2015, Germany and its Partners in a Globalised World, The Global Strategic Advisory Group, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, “The Business of the ‘Crystal Ball’: Future Trends and Methods to Identify Them,” Cadenabbia, Italy, 27-29 November.

 

2016, Mounting Challenges on our Doorsteps: Managing Turbulent Times among Partners, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, “Between ‘On the Brink of Collapse and ‘Long Live Europe!’ – Perceptions of the European State of Affairs and Recommendations for a Future Role of Europe from an International Perspective,” Cadenabbia, Italy, 11-13 November.

 

2017, The Occupation at 50: Consequences for EU-Israeli-Palestinian Relations, Department of Political Science – University of Copenhagen, “Euroscepticism as a Weapon of Foreign Policy,” Copenhagen, Denmark, 9 May.

 

2019, New Opportunities for the EU-Canada Strategic Partnership, Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations: The EU and Canada in Dialogue, Institute of Political Science – Technische Universität Darmstadt, “Sharp Power EU-Canada: Mutual Learning in Fighting for Common Norms and Values,” (with Oren Tsur), Darmstadt, Germany, 8 November.

Seminar presentations at universities and institutions

2005, The Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society and the Department of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “The Ambassadors Forum – France and the Middle East,” 28 December.

 

2006, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, “Soft Power: Israel’s Means to Success,” 17 January.

 

2006, Department of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “European Identity: Theory and Empirics,” 20 March. 

 

2007, Department of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “A View from Israel: Israeli Perceptions and Misperceptions of the EU,” 4 December. 

 

2008, Department of Politics, University of Florence, “Association, Partnership or Membership,” 13 March. 

 

2010, Department of Politics and Government and the Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “Uneasy Neighbors: Israel and the EU,” 4 January.

 

2010, National Centre for Research on Europe, University of Canterbury, “From Divergence to Convergence: The EU and the Middle East Process,” 12 February.

 

2010, The Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society and the Department of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “The Ambassadors Forum – The EU, Israel and the Middle East,” 14 December.

 

2011, The National Centre for Research on Europe, University of Canterbury and Victoria University of Wellington, “The EU in Asia and in the Pacific: An Israeli Perspective,” 29 September.  

 

2012, International Relations Department, London School of Economics, “The EU: A View from Israel,” 19 January. 

 

2012, The Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, “Neighbors and Partners?,” 27 February. 

 

2012, The National Centre for Research on Europe, University of Canterbury and Victoria University of Wellington, “The EU in Asia and in the Pacific: An Israeli Perspective,” 27 September.  

 

2012, The Jean Monnet Chair and the EU Centre of Excellence, York University, “What Can Pro-Democracy Activists in Arab Countries Expect from the EU? Lessons from the Union’s Relations with Israel,” 1 October.

 

2012, Department of Geography, York University, “The Mediterranean Reality: Mapping the ‘Liquid Continent’,” 15 October. 

 

2013, The Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies – Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, “The Ambassadors Forum – Strengthening EU-Canadian Relations,” 18 November.

 

2013, The Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies – Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, “EU Institutions in the Age of the Lisbon Treaty,” 20 November.

 

2014, The Miami-Florida EU Centre of Excellence, University of Miami, “Israel, the Mediterranean and the EU,” 24 March. 

 

2016, The Israel Council on Foreign Relations, Embassy of Hungary in Israel, “Understanding the EU Labelling Policy,” 2 February. 

 

2016, The Centre for EU-Russia Studies, University of Tartu, The Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “Bound to Cooperate: Israel and the European Union,” 13 April.

 

2016, The Radzyner Law School, The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, “Israel and the European Union: Legal Perspectives,” 19 May.

 

2016, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence – EU in Global Dialogue, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt, “When the EU Met Israel,” November 4.

 

2016, Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, “The European Union and Israel,” 2 December.

 

2017, Department of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “The September 2017 Elections and Germany – Where Do We Go from Here?” 13 November.

 

2018, The European Forum, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, “Focus on the ‘Locals’: External Perceptions as ‘Cultural Filters’ in the Normative Power Approach?” 16 April.

 

2018, Department of International and European Studies, University of Piraeus, “Geostrategic Challenges and Opportunities Facing the Eastern Mediterranean,” 1 November.

 

2019, The 49th Board of Governors Meeting, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, “Cyber Politics and Sharp Power,” 21 May.

 

2019, The Chair of European Studies, University of Wrocław, “Uneasy Neighbours: Israel and the European Union,” 4 September.

 

2020, Amsterdam Center for European Studies, University of Amsterdam in collaboration with SPUI25 Academic-Cultural Podium, “Netanyahu’s Israel Relationships with Europe’s Populists and Eurosceptics,” 12 March.

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