Christian Lequesne on Franco-German Relations Within the European Union

According to Christian Lequesne, smaller member states must trust Franco-German relations in propelling Europe forward. 
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Christian Lequesne

Christian Lequesne is Professor of European Politics at Sciences Po and former Director of the Centre d’études et de recherches internationales (CERI), and Professor at the College of Europe (since 1995). He was the first LSE-Sciences Po Alliance Professor at the London School of Economics (2006-2008), a chair funded by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Lequesne is also Co-Chief Editor of European Review of International Studies, member of the editorial board of Journal of European Integration and Co-President of the study group France-Germany at the Institut Montaigne as well as member of the Scientific Board of the Institut für Europäische Politik. He was awarded the F. Palacky social sciences medal by the Czech Academy of Sciences and Chevalier in the Ordre des Palmes académiques.

Christian Lequesne

Christian Lequesne is Professor of European Politics at Sciences Po and former Director of the Centre d’études et de recherches internationales (CERI), and Professor at the College of Europe (since 1995). He was the first LSE-Sciences Po Alliance Professor at the London School of Economics (2006-2008), a chair funded by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Lequesne is also Co-Chief Editor of European Review of International Studies, member of the editorial board of Journal of European Integration and Co-President of the study group France-Germany at the Institut Montaigne as well as member of the Scientific Board of the Institut für Europäische Politik. He was awarded the F. Palacky social sciences medal by the Czech Academy of Sciences and Chevalier in the Ordre des Palmes académiques.