Andrew Glencross, a Senior Fellow in the Center for the Study of America and the West, is a lecturer in International Politics at the University of Stirling, United Kingdom. He holds a PhD from the European University Institute (2007) and before that studied at Cambridge University and Harvard University. Prior to joining the University of Stirling, he taught international relations at the University of Pennsylvania and at the University of Aberdeen.
He has published extensively on the interplay of law and politics in the European Union, and on the development of European integration more generally, in journals such as Government and Opposition, International Theory, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Integration, Journal of European Public Policy, Orbis, Political Studies, and West European Politics. His most recent book is The Politics of European Integration: Political Union or a House Divided? (Wiley 2014).
- The Quiet Frenchman: Why François Hollande is Staying Silent on Brexit - E-Notes -
- A Tale of Two Exceptionalisms: The Future of the UK and its EU Membership after the Election - E-Notes -
- The Eurozone Crisis as a Challenge to Democracy and Integration in Europe - Orbis -
- The 2012 French Presidential Election and the Future of the Fifth Republic - E-Notes -
- The British General Election of 2010: A Moment of Reckoning for a Torn Country? - E-Notes -
- The Grand Illusion Continues: What the Lisbon Treaty Means for the European Union and its Global Role - E-Notes -