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This book examines how the liberal international theory tradition evolved in Europe. It includes nine chapters focusing on both historical and contemporary branches of liberal IR theorizing. The combined portrait of the prominent IR theory orientation shows a long and rich theoretical tradition but also a tradition that the scholarly community rarely fully recognize. It […]
The Covid-19 pandemic marks a shift in the EU’s approach to the multilateral system. Just at a time when the EU aspires to avoid being crushed between the US and China, the World Health Organization (WHO) became one of the new battlegrounds in world politics. This norm-setting international organization for health was already under pressure […]
Conceptual history in the European space, edited by Willibald Steinmetz, Michael Freeden, and Javier Fernández-Sebastián, New York, Berghahn Books, 2017, 311 pp., $149.00/£110.00 (hardback), ISBN: 978-1-78533-482-5In search of European liberalisms: concepts, languages, ideologies, edited by Michael Freeden, Javier Fernández-Sebastián, and Jörn Leonhard, New York, Berghahn Books, 2019, 346 pp., $135.00/£99.00 (hardback), ISBN: 978-1-78920-280-9 Knud Erik […]
COST Action ENTER BRIEF NO. 6 / December 2020 – Time to Reassess the Reliability of the Eastern Partnership: The Need for Segmentation and Micro-Regional Strategies by Mădălin Blidaru This policy brief assesses the achievements of Eastern Partnership and recommends that the EU to adopt a strategy tailored to address Eastern Partnership countries within micro-regional […]
Addressing the issue of EU foreign policy, this article analyses one of the European institutions, the EEAS, and examines how the EEAS navigates in a European landscape characterised by a handful of main foreign policy paradigms. In particular, we ask how the EEAS has adjusted its foreign policies in the light of competing paradigms. In […]
This article contributes to the theorisation of collaborative public diplomacy by introducing a perceptual approach. Engaging with the collaborative diplomacy paradigm developed to conceptualise public diplomacy in the context of non-traditional security threats and conflicts, as well as nation building, the article explores and compares perceptions of the European Union (EU) as a public diplomacy […]
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