Samir El Khanza
GEM-DIAMOND doctoral fellow
ESR 10 – Socio-economic contestation turned into democratic conflicts? EU comprehensive trade agreements in front of parliaments: the CETA CASE
Samir is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at Luiss, Laval University and ULB. Passionate about the EU decision-making process and international trade agreements, his research will focus on how contestation can affect the EU’s ability to conclude comprehensive trade agreements.
Influencing the European trade policy-making process ?
Parliamentary contestation's role on the EU-Canada Trade agreement (CETA) negotiations
- Richard Ouellet
- Cristina Fasone
Samir holds an MA in European Studies with specialised track in European politics from the Institute of European Studies of the ULB and BA in Political Sciences from the ULB. Before starting the PhD, he worked as financial product developer in Luxembourg.