Lee Turpin

Associate Lecturer

Research Overview

Lee is an ESRC-funded doctoral candidate of International Relations at Lancaster University, UK. His thesis focuses upon the development of the European Union's Common Security and Defence Policy, through a Realist-Constructivist framework. His research interests include the external relations of the European Union, Neoclassical Realism and Strategic Culture.

Developing and utilising a realist-constructivist analytical framework towards understanding the European Union’s Common Security and Defence Policy
Turpin, L.D. 2018 Lancaster University. 331 p.
Doctoral Thesis

UK-EU Security and Defence Cooperation: A Neoclassical Realist Approach
Turpin, L.D. 15/06/2017
Conference paper

The Europeanization of British Security Policy
Turpin, L.D. 1/06/2016 In: Brexit Reader in Security & Defence. London : Kings College

Realist Constructivism as a framework for the analysis of the CSDP
Turpin, L. 23/06/2015
Conference paper

The Europeanisation of British security policy
Turpin, L. 2015 In: Polish Quarterly of International Affairs. 24, 3, p. 85-91. 7 p.
Journal article