Dr. Dimitris Bouris and Dr. Dimitris Papadimitriou published a special issue: “The EU and Contested Statehood in its Near Abroad: Europeanisation, Actorness and State-building” in Geopolitics, Vol. 25, issue 2.
Michelle Pace’s Special Issue in Political Psychology (which she co-guest edited with Ali Bilgic) on “Emotions in the politics of security and diplomacy” was published as Volume 40, Issue 6, 2019. Pages: 1199-1417. It is available here The guest editors’ concluding article on “Studying Emotions […]
New article by Dr. Lorenzo Kamel “From Pluralization to Fragmentation. The Iraq Kurdish Case from an Historical Perspective”
Dr. Lorenzo Kamel published “From Pluralization to Fragmentation. The Iraqi Kurdish Case from an Historical Perspective” in Nuova Rivista Storica, April 2019. The abstract is available here
Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis published “Accord de Prespa: un modèle de règlement des conflits?” in France Forum, April 2019.
New article by Dr. Efstathios T. Fakiolas and Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis, “Human security in EU strategy: reflecting on the experience of EUPM in Bosnia and Herzegovina and EULEX in Kosovo”
Dr. Efstathios T. Fakiolas and Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis published “Human security in EU strategy: reflecting on the experience of EUPM in Bosnia and Herzegovina and EULEX in Kosovo” in the Journal of Contemporary European Studies.
The article is available here
New article by Dr. Dimitris Bouris “Unintended Consequences of State-building projects in Contested States: The EU in Palestine”
“Unintended Consequences of State-building Projects in Contested States: The EU in Palestine” by Dr. Dimitris Bouris, published in The International Spectator. ABSTRACT: The existing literature on state-building has focused mainly on post-conflict cases and ‘conventional’ examples of statehood, without taking into consideration the particularities of […]
New policy paper co-authored by Daniela Huber “The Mediterranean: A Space of Division, Disparity and Separation”
MEDRESET policy paper titled “The Mediterranean: A Space of Division, Disparity and Separation”, co-authored by Daniela Huber, Asma Nouira and Maria Cristina Paciello. The Mediterranean is perceived by Southern stakeholders as a space of division, disparity and separation, performed into being through European depoliticizing, securitizing […]
“The EU Global Strategy and the MENA Region: In Search of Resilience”, by Andrea Dessì, published in Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS).
“Europe has made some progress in implementing the EU Global Strategy, yet, when it comes to the Middle East and North Africa region, implementation has been less straightforward. While a number of key developments between 2016 and 2018 could have provided the EU with important opportunities to strengthen its image and credibility, three dimensions of EU policy deserve praise: the EU’s continued support for Tunisia and Europe’s principled opposition to the Trump administration’s unilateral moves towards Iran and the Palestinians. These should be accompanied by more forceful efforts in the realm of public diplomacy.”
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New article co-authored by Silvia Colombo “New Trends in Identity Politics in the Middle East and North Africa and Their Impact on State–Society Relations”
“New Trends in Identity Politics in the Middle East and North Africa and Their Impact on State–Society Relations”, by Silvia Colombo, Enrico Campelli, Francesca Caruso, Raffaella A. Del Sarto, published in MENARA. “State-society relations in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have been deeply […]