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Dr. Fraser CAMERON Director, EU-Russia Centre; Senior Advisor, European Policy Centre, Brussels

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1970 Educated at the University of St Andrews where he received an honours degree, Master of Arts, in Political Science and History
1973 Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Cambridge
1973-1974 Research Fellow at the University of Hamburg
1974-1975 Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Kent
1975-1989 Member of the British Diplomatic Service serving inter alia in Bonn and East Berlin
1990 Joined the European Commission and was closely involved in policy issues related to the external relations of the EU
1999-2001 Head of the Political and Academic Affairs Section in the Delegation of the European Commission in Washington D.C. As an adviser in DG Relex he has worked on issues such as global governance, transatlantic relations, Asia, CFSP and enlargement.
 He has been a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges and the University of Edinburgh. He has lectured widely in the US, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and Europe. He has presented papers at numerous international conferences and is a well-known media commentator and conference moderator.
 Fraser Cameron is Director of the EU-Russia Centre. He is also Director of EuroFocus-Brussels, an adjunct professor at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin and Senior Advisor at the European Policy Centre (EPC), Brussels.
2002-2006 Joined the EPC on secondment from the Commission

Publications

Author of a number of books and articles on European affairs, including "The Enlargement of the European Union" (1998) and "The Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union: Past, Present and Future" (1999). He has also written "US foreign policy after the Cold War" published by Routledge (2002 - second edition July 2005) and edited a further book "The Future of Europe - Integration and Enlargement" which was also published by Routledge in January 2004. His latest book "An Introduction to EU Foreign Policy" was published in March 2007.