Benjamin Bodson joined Egmont in 2019 to contribute to the European Affairs Programme as Associate Fellow. He is a Belgian diplomat (in training), currently posted to the Permanent Representation of Belgium to the EU, where he covers EU-UK relations but also EU relations with EFTA countries, Monaco, Andorra, San Marino, the Holy See and the Faroe Islands.
Benjamin previously worked as academic assistant in European Union law at the Faculty of Law and Criminology and at the Institute for European Studies of the Catholic University of Louvain (UCLouvain) and at HEC Paris.
He holds degrees from the London School of Economics and Political Science (MSc in International Relations Theory, 2015) and the University of Liège (Master’s degree in Law, specialised in Public Law, 2014).
Benjamin is also TILN Fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
- When founding member states look at the future of Europe: Benelux countries’ contribution to the COFOE Other publications
- Belgium: clearly pro-CoFoE, but unclear on the details Other publications
- Belgium: a pandemic between two political crises Other publications
- What can the EU expect from the new Belgian government? European Policy Briefs
- Rethinking EU institutions’ rules of procedure after COVID-19 European Policy Briefs
- Judicial partners forever? Two challenges preventing a fast and effective future judicial cooperation Other publications