Adam Hug joined the Foreign Policy Centre as Policy Director in June 2008. He oversees the FPC's work on the EU, the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. His personal research focus is on the promotion of human rights, political and institutional reform in the Caucasus & Central Asia, Turkey, Israel/Palestine and Iran. He also explores European Union foreign and neighbourhood policy, areas for EU reform and Britain's relationship with Europe.
Before joining the FPC, Adam was Policy and Campaigns Manager at the Fostering Network. His previous roles include working as a consultant specialising in EU consumer issues and supporting Israeli and Palestinian trade unions and civil society groups. He has an MSc in Development Studies with special reference to Central Asia from SOAS and an MA(Hons) in Geography from the University of Edinburgh.
- FCO in focus
- The EEAS needs cooperation from member states
- John Bull's Britain: Paddling towards European isolation
- Should Britain be spearheading a campaign to reform the UN?
- Getting Britain's Pro-Europeans off the Floor and Fighting Back
- Ensuring Armenia meets its commitment to European values
- Kazakhstan at a Crossroads: Kazakhstan and the world
- Full and Equal?
- Kazakhstan at a Crossroads: Governance, Corruption & International Investment
- Joining the club
- Kazakhstan at a Crossroads: Human Rights and Democracy
- The Foreign Policy Centre Submission for the United Nations Universal Periodic Review: Iran
- Keeping Georgia on Europe's mind
- Time to put Europe back on the map
- When the dust settles in Gaza
- Obama faces the toughest challenges since FDR
- Turkey, Europe's future
- Sarkozy stumbles as the EU tries to find a way forward after Ireland
- The information battle: How governments in the former Soviet Union promote their agendas & attack their opponents abroad
- No shelter: the harassment of activists abroad by intelligence services from the former Soviet Union
- Europe and the people: Examining the EU's democratic legitimacy
- Sharing worst practice: How countries and institutions in the former Soviet Union help create legal tools of repression
- Institutionally blind? International organisations and human rights abuses in the former Soviet Union
- Traditional religion and political power: Examining the role of the church in Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine and Moldova
- Trouble in the Neighbourhood? The future of the EU's Eastern Partnership
- Iran Human Rights Review: United Nations
- Shelter from the storm?
- Renegotiation, Reform and Referendum: Does Britain have an EU future?
- Europe in the World: Can EU foreign policy make an impact?
- Spotlight on Azerbaijan
- Single Market, Equal Rights? UK perspectives on EU employment and social law
- The new British politics and Europe: Conflict or cooperation?
- Kazakhstan at a Crossroads
- Spotlight on Armenia
- Full and Equal Citizens? How to deliver equality for Israel's Arab community
- Iran Human Rights Review: Religion
- Reconnecting the European Parliament and its people
- Spotlight on Georgia
- Turkey in Europe: The economic case for Turkish membership of the European Union