Title:The rise of China : challenges and opportunities for the European Union Author(s):CHRISTIANSEN, Thomas; MAHER, RichardDate:2017Citation:
- Asia Europe journal, 2017, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 121-131
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [Europe in the World]Abstract:China’s growing power and influence raise important and inescapable questions for countries and societies around the world, not least for Europe. A rising China offers opportunities for greater cooperation, both bilaterally ...
Title:European cooperation abroad : European diplomatic cooperation outside EU borders Author(s):BICCHI, Federica; MAURER, HeidiDate:2018Citation:
- The Hague journal of diplomacy, 2018, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 1-19
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [Europe in the World]
Title:Back to the future? : Franco-German bilateralism in Europe's post-Brexit Union Author(s):KROTZ, Ulrich; SCHILD, JoachimDate:2018Citation:
- Journal of European public policy, 2018, Vol. 25, No. 8, pp. 1174-1193
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [Europe in the World]Abstract:What are the consequences and implications of Brexit on the nature and character of Franco-German ‘embedded bilateralism’ in Europe, the relative influence of Berlin and Paris in EU policymaking, and the EU's future ...
Title:Societal foundations of governmental preference formation in the Eurozone crisis Author(s):SCHIRM, Stefan A.Date:2018Citation:
- European politics and society, 2018, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 63-78
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [Europe in the World]Abstract:Why is the management of the Eurozone crisis marked by persistently diverging preferences among members of the European Monetary Union (EMU) despite decades of European integration, institution building, and commitments ...
Title:The study of Euro-Mediterranean cultural and social co-operation in perspective Author(s):SCHUMACHER, TobiasDate:2005Citation:
- Mediterranean politics, 2005, 10, 3, 281-290
Title:Fatah-Hamas Rivalries after Gaza: Is unity impossible? Author(s):CHALLAND, BenoîtDate:2009Citation:
- International spectator, 2009, 44, 3, 11-18
Title:Building terror while fighting enemies : how the global war on terror deepened the crisis in Somalia Author(s):MALITO, Debora ValentinaDate:2015Citation:
- Third world quarterly, 2015, Vol. 36, No. 10, pp. 1866-1886
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [European, Transnational and Global Governance]Abstract:Somalia has become a front in the US Global War on Terror (GWoT) because of the potential connection between terrorism and state fragility. While originally oriented towards ‘building states while fighting terror’, Enduring ...
Title:Exploiting anarchy : violent entrepreneurs and the collapse of Libya's post-Qadhafi settlement Author(s):DEVORE, MarcDate:2014Citation:
- Mediterranean politics, 2014, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 463-470
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Title:Reluctance in international politics : a conceptualization Author(s):DESTRADI, SandraDate:2017Citation:
- European journal of international relations, 2017, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 315-340
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [Europe in the World]Abstract:Contemporary rising powers have often pursued a hesitant and ambiguous foreign policy and have belied the expectations of potential followers and established powers who would want them to engage more actively in global and ...
Title:The nationalist interpretation of nuclear deterrence : evidence from the Kargil War Author(s):SUZUKI, AkisatoDate:2017Citation:
- International politics, 2017, OnlineFirst
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:EUI RSCAS; [Global Governance Programme]; [Europe in the World]Abstract:Why did Pakistan initiate the Kargil War with India, so soon after the two states reached overt nuclear status? Existing theories attribute war between nuclear states either to the strategic opportunities of limited conflict ...