Catherine Gegout is Associate Professor in International Relations at the University of Nottingham. She has major research interests in international relations theories and European politics, with a focus on European foreign and security policies. Her most recent book Why Europe Intervenes in Africa: Security, Prestige and the Legacy of Colonialism was published in 2017 with Hurst, and in 2018 with Oxford University Press. Find her on twitter @CatherineGegout.
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