Trade policy is presented as an easy way to reach fair and far-sighted goals. Dirk De Bièvre warns that such policies might well be cloaking mundane, sectoral and even sectarian interests that are not so easy to achieve
Professor of International Politics, University of Antwerp
Dirk teaches theories of international relations, international political economy, and research design at MA level, and the reading seminar Issues in International Relations at BA level.
He is on the Steering Committee of ECPR's Standing Group on International Relations, a jury member of ECPR's annual Hedley Bull Prize in International Relations, and ECPR Official Representative for the University of Antwerp.
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