European Game of Politics: Crisis and SurvivalSemester Course

Politics & Security
Week-Long Study Tour
Core Course Week Study Tour
Northern Germany
Major Discipline(s)
Government, International Relations, Political Science
Core Course
Fall/Spring semester

The European Union has been called an Unidentified Political Object (UPO) because it is less than a federal state, but more than a federation of states. Therefore, the European game of politics is rather special with deep impacts on the present EU crisis and the future of EU survival. This course offers a broad study of the EU, including historical development, governing institutions, political processes, economic cooperation, and modern challenges. You will also explore major policies and approaches to the present crisis, all while learning ‘how to play the game’ of politics in Europe.

Going to the European Union institutions in Brussels showed me that a career in international politics could be very interesting and a field that I might want to work in someday.

Emma, SUNY Oneonta


Milosz Jeromin Cordez

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD (Cultural Studies, SWPS University, Warsaw 2017), MA (East-European Cultural Studies, University of Warsaw 2012), MA (International Relations, University of Warsaw & St. Petersburg State University, 2012), BA (History, University of Warsaw 2011), BA (International Relations, University of Warsaw 2010). Research Fellow at the Danish Foreign Policy Society (2021), Post-Doc Researcher at Lund University (2021). Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellow (2006). Vice-Consul at Poland's Consulate General in Kaliningrad (2018-2021), Second Secretary at Poland's Permanent Representation to the European Union (2016-2018), Second Secretary & Specialist at Poland's Ministry of Foreign Affairs' (2012-2016). With DIS since 2021.