Title:A republican Europe of states : cosmopolitanism, intergovernmentalism and democracy in the EU Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2019Citation:
- Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2019
Type:BookAbstract:Combining international political theory and EU studies, Richard Bellamy provides an original account of the democratic legitimacy of international organisations. He proposes a new interpretation of the EU's democratic ...
Title:State citizenship, EU citizenship and freedom of movement Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2019Citation:
- Rainer BAUBÖCK (ed.), Debating European citizenship, Cham : Springer, 2019, IMISCOE Research Series, pp. 107-112
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:I share Floris de Witte’s concern about the attacks on the EU currently coming from the populist right, a challenge epitomized by, but unfortunately not restricted to, the Brexit campaign in the UK. However, I doubt that ...
Title:Balancing the rights of European citizenship with duties towards national citizens : an inter-national perspective Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2019Citation:
- Rainer BAUBÖCK (ed.), Debating European citizenship, Cham : Springer, 2019, IMISCOE Research Series, pp. 239-244
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:Ferrera offers his proposal as a way of reconciling national citizens to the trans- and supra-national citizenship regime promoted by the EU. This chapter argues that his proposal is better seen as part of the EU’s ...
Title:'An ever closer union among the peoples of Europe' : Union citizenship, democracy, rights and the enfranchisement of second country nationals Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2019Citation:
- Rainer BAUBÖCK (ed.), Debating European citizenship, Cham : Springer, 2019, IMISCOE Research Series, pp. 47-50
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:A key feature of the very idea of Union citizenship which, as a political scientist, I find can be lost in the predominantly legal analysis of this topic, is the reliance of citizenship rights, including those associated ...
Title:“Peace be upon those who follow the right way” : diplomatic practices between Mamluk Cairo and the Borno Sultanate at the end of the eighth/fourteenth century Author(s):DEWIÈRE, RémiDate:2019Citation:
- Frédéric, BAUDEN and Malika DEKKICHE, (eds), Mamluk Cairo, a crossroads for embassies, Leiden : Brill, 2019, Islamic history and civilization : studies and texts ; 161, pp. 658–682
Type:Contribution to book
Title:Islamization of criminal behaviour : the path to terrorism? : terrorist threat and crime in French counterterrorism policy-formulation Author(s):D'AMATO, SilviaDate:2019Citation:
- European journal of criminology, 2019, OnlineFirst
Type:ArticleAbstract:Several studies have covered wide-ranging features of terrorist groups and organization from both a state-centric and a strictly group analysis perspective. Rather than offering insights to determine the ‘nature’ of these ...
Title:Cultures of counterterrorism : French and Italian responses to terrorism after 9/11 Author(s):D'AMATO, SilviaDate:2019Citation:
- London : Routledge, 2019, Contemporary security studies
Type:BookAbstract:This book investigates counterterrorism responses from a strategic-culturalist perspective, focusing on France and Italy in the post-9/11 era. Terrorism occupies a predominant space within contemporary political debate ...
Title:Architecture and policy-making : comparing experimentalist and hierarchical governance in EU energy regulation Author(s):RANGONI, BernardoDate:2019Citation:
- Journal of European public policy, 2019, Vol. 26, No. 1, pp. 63-82
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article contends that the same set of decision-making procedures can be used more or less experimentally or hierarchically, depending on strategic uncertainty and de facto polyarchy. It distinguishes architectures ...
Title:National parliaments should have a greater role in EU decision-making Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2019Citation:
- Twelve Stars Initiative and Bertelsmann Stiftung (eds), Twelve stars : philosophers chart a course for Europe, Gütersloh : Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung, 2019, pp. 203-210
Type:Contribution to book
Title:Was the Brexit referendum legitimate, and would a second one be so? Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2019Citation:
- European political science, 2019, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 126-133
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article suggests that common arguments questioning the legitimacy of the first Brexit referendum prove flawed, as do certain others supporting the legitimacy of a second referendum. A different case for a second ...