today session was experimental as I deceided to play for the first time at the university a simulation ” The 10th BIlateral Summit EU-Kandonesia” that has been created to train the officials of the EEAS and the European Commission.
This may have been challenging and I would like you to give me some feedback on the overall structure of the session ( theory, policy content and simulation). You may reflect and drop few lines on our blog in order to:
1) Assess your pêrsonal performance and identify two learning points that were important for you;
2) Elaborate two suggestions to improve the session and its content;
by thursday 23 february you will have to post your proposal for the paper you will write to validate our course. This proposal should consist of:
1) The title
2) An abstract of no more than 250 words indicating the topic and they way you would like to analyse it;
3) Two or three bibliographical references constituting the starting point of your research.
The paper will have to analyse a EU negotiation (internal or external) using the ten points for preparation that are included in the chapter 2 of “The First Move” from Aurelien COLSON that you will find here in attachment.
Best European regards,
here we start with our first interactive exercise:
FIND A IMAGE OR PICTURE THAT REPRESENTS THE CONCEPT OF “NEGOTIATION” AND POST IT AS A COMMENT ON THIS POST BEFORE THURSDAY 10.00 a.m.
When a student will post an image will get 2 points; if the picture is orginal by yourself you’ll get double points!
Who will find the most inspiring image or picture?