Post-Doctoral Fellow; Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies
Room 325N, 1 Devonshire Place
Dr. Dudka’s research interests include multilateralism, international organizations, European integration and intergovernmental cooperation in the post-Soviet space. He received his doctoral degree in public law from the University of Reims. His PhD dissertation, L’évolution de la Communauté des Etats indépendants. Etude d’une corrélation entre la réforme organique et l’altération fonctionnelle au sein d’une organisation internationale sui generis, was published by the ANRT, Lille in 2011. Its revised and updated version is forthcoming. Roman’s current research is focused on the conceptualization, representation, and materialization of common policies and common spaces in the European Union and Eurasia. He is currently working on a manuscript about common foreign and security policy in the post-Lisbon European Union. In the past academic year he presented his research at the 2012 Annual Conference (Providence) and Convention (San-Diego) of the International Studies Association. In Canada, he delivered talks in Montréal (McGill, U of Montréal) and Toronto (Osgoode Hall Law Shool).