Dr Lee Jones
reader in international politics, Queen Mary University of London; co-founder, The Full Brexit; author, Societies Under Siege

Lee is reader in international politics at Queen Mary University of London, where he specialises in the political economy, politics and international relations of East Asia. His research focuses on sovereignty, intervention, the state, and governance. He has written extensively on international interventions, economic sanctions, regional governance, transnational security threats and the rise of China. Lee is active in groups resisting the marketisation of universities and is a co-founder of The Full Brexit network.

Lee is the author of Societies Under Siege: exploring how international economic sanctions (do not) work (Oxford University Press, 2015) and, with Shahar Hameiri, Governing Borderless Threats: non-traditional security and the politics of state transformation (Cambridge University Press, 2015)


Sunday 3 November, 10:00 Conservatory
The unbearable lightness of citizenship