|The financial crisis, the Euro-zone and its enlargement: The case of Iceland. Lecture held at the conference: Specific Challenges Confronting the EU in a mid to long-term perspective: Views from Germany, Nordic and Baltic Countries. Institut fur Europaische Politik, Berlin, 9 December 2010.|
Iceland’s Integration Takeoff: An End to EU Scepticism? Lecture held at the conference: Entering the New Decade: New Challenges and Priorities of the EU under the Hungarian Council Presidency. Held by The Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA), Budapest 2-3 December 2010.
The reluctance of the Icelandic conservative Independence Party to participate in European integration. Lecture held at the conference: European integration beyond EU history: Bringing in the Transnational Perspective, held by the Institute for International Affairs, University of Iceland, The National Library of Iceland, 15 November 2010.
Small states’ need for shelter: The Icelandic Economic Crash and European integration. Academic key note speech held at the conference: Fifteen years on. Finland and Sweden in the European Union, held by the Institute of International Affairs, The National Museum of Iceland, 15 October 2010.
Small States without Economic and Political Shelter: the Icelandic Crash and its Consequences. Conference: Small States Politics in the Rising World of Gs. Lecture held at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki, 7 June 2010.
Iceland’s Road to the European Union: A Small State without Economic and Political Shelter. Lecture held at the conference: Northern Perspectives on European Integration: Diplomacy. University of Turku, Finland, 3 June 2010.
David against Goliath: How can a small state strengthen its position? – The case of Iceland. Public lecture held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tallinn, 1 June 2010.
Den islandske EU-debatten. Lecture held at the conference: Ambassadesekretæramlig, held by the Norwegian Embassy, University of Iceland, 6 May 2010.
The Icelandic crash and its consequences: a small state without economic and political shelter. Lecture held at the University of Malta, 24 May 2010.
Iceland’s Road to the European Union: A Small State without Economic and Political Shelter. Lecture held at the 100th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies and 22nd Biennial Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies. University of Washington, Seattle, USA, 22 – 24 April 2010.
The Icelandic Crash and its Consequences: A Small States Without Economic and Political Shelter. Lecture held at the Department of Scandinavian Studies, University of Washington, Seattle, 21 April 2010.
Small States without Economic and Political Shelter. Lecture held at the 17th Conference of Europeanists, ‘Revenge of the European Model?’, hosted by the Conference for European Studies in Montreal, Canada, 15 – 17 April 2010.
Do Small States Need a Shelter in the International System? The Case of Iceland. Lecture held at the 51st Annual Conference of the International Studies Association. New Orleans, USA. 17-20 February 2010.
Stjórnsýsla og Staða Íslands. Lecture held at a meeting held by Stronger Iceland – a nation among nations, Grand Hotel Reykjavík, 6 February 2010.
Ísland í alþjóðasamfélaginu. Hvaðan komum við? Hvar erum við? Hvert stefnum við? Lecture held at the annual meeting of the Icelandic Federation of Trade, Reykjavík, 11 February 2010.
Staða Íslands í alþjóðasamfélaginu: Er Ísland vanmáttugt og varnarlaust smáríki? Lecture held at a meeting for former employees of the University of Iceland, Reykjavík, 11 February 2010.
Um smáríki innan Evrópu, – staða og áhrif. Lecture held at a ‘School of Europe’ held by the Federation of State and Municipal Employees, Reykjavík, 12 January 2010.
Saga og stofnanir Evrópusambandsins. Lecture held at a ‘School of Europe’ held by the pro-European movement of young people of Iceland, Reykjavík, 30 January 2010.