Paper Archive - Warsaw Conference 2013

Zenon Tziarras University of Warwick Political Islam as Elite Ideology in Turkish Foreign Policy
Ana Bojinović Fenko University of Ljubljana Continuity and Change in Slovenia’s Foreign Policy
Joren Verschaeve Ghent University Is the DAC still calling the tune in international development?
Sara Wallin University of Sheffield Gender and the EBRD’s Response to the Global Financial Crisis
Wolfgang Wagner Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Rehabilitation or Exclusion? A Criminological Perspective on Policies towards ‘Rogue States’
Jeff Roquen Lehigh University Dark Geopolitics: The Beijing-Moscow Nexus in Sudan and Syria
Toma Burean Babes-Bolyai University The Effects of Economic Crisis and Austerity Measures on Political Culture in Romania
Christian Webersik University of Agder The EU Strategic Framework for the Horn of Africa: Approaches to a Joint Humanitarian-Development Framework in the EU's post-Lisbon institutional setting
Egle Murauskaite James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies EU’s Contribution to Nuclear Nonproliferation: Export Controls in the Context of Security through Development
Karen Petersen Middle Tennessee State University The Conflict Behavior of Hybrid Regimes (and the Potential Implications of the Arab Spring)
marjorie griffin cohen simon fraser university Neo-Liberal Crisis/Social Reproduction/Gender Implications
Lars Engberg-Pedersen Danish Institute for International Studies The future of aid: Charity, contract or cooperation?
Charlotte Heath-Kelly University of Warwick Securing through the Failure to Secure: Imagining the Resilient Nation through the Resignification of Tragic Sites
Katharina L. Meißner European University Institute From Leader to Rambo? The Impact of Foreign Investments on the Brazilian Behavior in MERCOSUR
Larry Anthony Suffa Islamic Seminary Maqasid Al-Shari'ah in Wake of the Arab Spring: The Egyptian Revolution
Herbert Wulf Centre for Global Cooperation Research Traditional Bharat – Modern India
Johannes Plagemann GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies The Transformation of National Sovereignty in Emerging Democracies: Whither the Cosmopolitan Hope
Dominik Tolksdorf Institut français des relations internationales The relations between the EU Special Representatives and the External Action Service: Potential for incoherent EU foreign policy?
Dominik Tolksdorf Institut français des relations internationales The EU and the application of foreign policy instruments: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Stefan Plenk University of the Federal Army of Germany How to cope with political and economic crisis in Africa
Eric Stollenwerk Freie Universität Berlin Eyes Wide Shut? Mapping the al-Qaida Network Through the Eyes of the UN Security Council
Edgar Juan Saucedo University of Veracruz Euro area governance in times of crises, Enough for Greece and Spain
Alexandra Vlachopoulou Master Graduate of the Freie Universität Berlin Crises in Emerging Market Economies: Lessons for Greece
Frederic Ramel Sciences po Paris CERI Music and the idea of concert
Karol Chwedczuk-Szulc University of Wrocław Social Constructivism as a Forecasting Matrix
Engin I. ERDEM Abant Izzet Baysal University Transnational Activism in World Politics: Southern and Central/Eastern Europe in Comparative Perspective
Artur Malantowicz University of Warsaw “Crisis, chaos, violence – is that really what we want?” A stalled democratisation in Jordan
Ladislav Cabada Metropolitan University Prague Neo-liberal, neo-Keynesian or just standard response on the Crisis? Clash of ideologies in Czech political, scientific and public debate
Morten Ougaard Copenhagen Business School Sustainability and the question of economic limits to growth
Jan Wilkens University of Hamburg “Islam” and the problem of grand narratives in IR theory
Daniela Irrera University of Catania The EU strategy in tackling organized crime and terrorism in the framework of multilateralism
Nassef Manabilang Adiong IR-IS Research Cohort Nation-State in IR and Islam
Ashraf Hamed Nottingham Trent University Intra-Rebel Divergence, Third-Party Intervention and the Duration of Intrastate conflicts: Crisis Management in Darfur
Franziskus von Lucke University of Tuebingen What's at Stake in Securitising Climate Change? Towards a Differentiated Approach
Ben D. Mor University of Haifa, Israel The Resolution of Situational Ambiguity: Israel in the 2006 Second Lebanon War
Erasmus Kersting Villanova University Aid and Democracy Redux
Agnieszka Cianciara Institute of Political Studies Polish Academy of Sciences Withering Empire: European Union, the Crisis and the Eastern Peripheries
Olga Brusylovska I.I.Mechnikov Odessa National University The EU as an international security provider: Kosovo case.
Felix Anderl Jacobs University/University of Bremen Independence, Nation, Integration. On the Indonesian Localization of Nationalism and the Occupation of East Timor
Kai Oppermann King's College Patterns of Junior Partner Influence on the Foreign Policy of Coalition Governments
Şevket Ovalı Dokuz Eylul University Global Financial Crisis and De-Europeanization of Turkish Foreign Policy
Clara Egger Science Po Grenoble, PACTE UMR (CNRS, IEP, UJF, UMPF), IRSEM United In Diversity? On the relations between UN, regional and non-state crisis-managers in the Horn of Africa
Sydney Calkin University of York Empowerment as Therapeutic Governance: A Feminist Analysis of the Development-Security Nexus
Hannes Hansen-Magnusson University of Hamburg The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
Hannes Hansen-Magnusson University of Hamburg German engagement in Kosovo
Sebastian Krapohl University of Bamberg Financial Crises as Catalysts for Regional Cooperation? Chances and Obstacles for Financial Integration in the ASEAN+3, the MERCOSUR and the Eurozone
Sassan Gholiagha University of Hamburg The individual human being in international relations
Imad El-Anis Nottingham Trent University Energy Security and Nuclear Energy Proliferation in the Middle East
Jonathan Austin The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva Desire, Demonology, and the (De)Securitization Dilemma
Hyunok Lee Yonsei Family based Citizenship of Marriage Migrants: (Re)defining the Citizenship and the Social Reproduction in South Korea
Ayse Betul Celik Sabancı University Bridging Ontological Security and Conflict Resolution
Maria Gkresta IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca Social Control in Times of Crisis: The Case of the Seropositive Persecuted Women in Greece
Carola Betzold Centre for Comparative and International Studies, ETH Zurich Responsiveness or Influence? Whom to Lobby in International Climate Change Negotiations
Damien Deltenre Université catholique de Louvain Spatial Planning and intrastate Conflict
Carimo Mohomed New University of Lisbon 'The parting of the ways' - a Qutbian approach to International Relations
Stefanie Woehl University of Vienna The Intersections of Crisis: Executive Power, Social Reproduction and the 'Crisis' of Democracy
Daniel Odinius University of Bamberg Institutional Choice and Military Peace Operations - The Division of Labor between Regional and Global Security Institutions in Peacekeeping and Peace Enforcement
istar gozaydin Dogus University, Istanbul Ahmet DavutoÄŸlu: Role as an Islamic Scholar Shaping Turkey’s Foreign Policy
Johan Eriksson Swedish Institute of International Affairs Think Tanks and European Foreign Policy
Damiano de Felice London School of Economics European donors and human rights conditionality: Institutional differences among France, Italy and the United Kingdom
Xavier Guillaume University of Edinburgh Collaboratory
Xavier Guillaume University of Edinburgh The Sound of Silence
Fikret Birdisli Kahramanmaras Sütcü Imam University From Threat Perception to the Model Collaboration: Desecuritization of the Relationship between Turkey and Other Islamic Countries in Middle East
Ulrich Brand University of Vienna Green Economy and Green Capitalism: Some Theoretical Considerations
Šárka Cabadova Waisova University of West Bohemia From the threat to the opportunity: the role of environmental resources on the way to the peace
Matevz Tomsic School of Advanced Social Studies in Nova Gorica Ideological Profile and Crisis Discourse of Slovenian Elites
Bronislaw Tumilowicz University of Warsaw Construction of a mosque in Warsaw in the mirror of the Polish press
Jelena Dzankic European University Institute Montenegro's Foreign Policy
Imène Ajala Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies British and French Muslims' Interests in Foreign Policy
Karsten Jung University of Bonn Contemporary Concerts
KATERINA DALACOURA LSE An 'Islamic' Conception of Democracy? Secularity, Modernity and the Case of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
Knud Erik Jorgensen Aarhus University The Study of European Foreign policy
Joscha Wullweber University of Kassel The molecular practices of security. Thinking security bottom-up
Elem Eyrice TepeciklioÄŸlu YaÅŸar University Is Globalization in Crisis? The Rise of Anti-Globalist Critique
Simon Lightfoot University of Leeds Reluctant Donors? The Europeanization of International Development Policies in the New Members
Sait Aksit Gediz University Domestic Politics and Perceptions of Turkey-EU Relations
leila simona talani King's College London PIIGS for sale
Maria Mälksoo University of Tartu Beyond Mnemonical Securitisation
Aletta Mondré Universität Duisburg-Essen ASEAN Widening Integration
francesca grandi yale university New incentives and old organizations: The production of violence after war
Pawel Pustelnik Cardiff University 'I Want It All I Want it Now' EU's Leadership and Unilateralism in Climate Governance
Iuliia Kononenko Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University Inside but not In: Alienation of Immigrants in France and Migrants in Russia as a Security Threat
Akos Kopper Hungarian Academy of Sciences Kung Fu actors, porn stars...managing the crisis over the Diaoyu/Senkaku islands
Filippo Dionigi London School of Economics BettizaDionigi_How_religious_Norms_Diffuse
sonia lucarelli University of Bologna The EU’s Leadership in the Global Governance
Sybille Reinke de Buitrago Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy Conceptualizing Perception, Othering and Identity in Times of Crisis and Conflict
ilke Dagli University of Warwick Securitisation of Ethnic Communities in Conflict Environments
Gerassimos Karabelias Panteion University, Greece Fear Not! Is Ahmet DavutoÄŸlu’s ‘Strategic Depth’ a Threat to Atatürk’s ‘Peace in the Country, Peace in the World’?
Elke Krahmann Brunel University, London Choice, Voice and Exit in the Consumption of Private Security
Matthias Schmelzer University of Geneva The ‘development of others’ and the hegemony of donor countries: The historical origins of the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee
Steffen Bay Rasmussen University of Deusto One diplomacy or several? European Union diplomacy as a new ideal-type diplomacy
Mathis Heinrich Lancaster University The Crisis as an Opportunity for European Business
Krzysztof Pelc McGill Cooperation in Hard Times: Self-Restraint of Trade Protection
Krzysztof Pelc McGill Measuring the Cost of Privacy: A Look at the Distributional Effects of Private Bargaining
Bill Kappis The University of Sydney Comparing the 1996 Aegean Sea and Taiwan Strait Crises Outcomes: The Role of Misperceptions
Stefan Schirm Ruhr University of Bochum The Domestic Politics of the Euro Crisis: Societal Foundations of Policy Divergence
Toshi Yoshihara U.S. Naval War College The US Navy's Indo-Pacific Challenge
Gillian Rollason Swansea University Securitization of HIV/AIDS: The Ethical and Policy Implications of Invoking Fear and Security
Per Jansson Linköping University Smart Neighbor Europe?
Tapio Juntunen University of Tampere How Does History Work (in) Our Perceptions and Practices? Hans-Georg Gadamer's Philosophical Hermeneutics and the 'Practice Turn' in IR
Ali Onur Tepeciklioglu Ege University Multiple Worlds Ontological Pluralism and the English School
Mark Furness German Development Institute The European Union’s development policy: a balancing act between ‘a more comprehensive approach’ and creeping securitisation
Hayley Stevenson University of Sheffield Democratizing Global Climate Governance: A Deliberative Systems Approach
Ben Tonra University College Dublin Europeanisation and EU Foreign Policy a Geneology and Survey
Jan Aart Scholte Gothenburg University and University of Warwick Democratising global studies? Reflections on the Building Global Democracy Progamme
Jann Christoph von der Pütten University of Tampere What Happened to the China Threat? Desecuritisation as a Foreign Policy Practice in Contemporary Indonesia
Sanderijn Duquet Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies / Institute for International Law (University) The European Union and Consular Law
Katharine Millar University of Oxford "Support the Troops" and Securitization Theory
Katharine Millar University of Oxford More than One Myth? The Dependence of the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces Upon the Myth of Miltarism
Edlyne Anugwom University of Nigeria Local Institutions, Socio-Economic Challenges and the Politics of Climate Change in Nigeria
Arnout Smit Radboud University Nijmegen Frames in Eurogroup Decision-Making on the Greek Debt Crisis. Problem analysis as a source for policy change on private sector involvement
Peter K. Aurenhammer independent scientist Governance of Natural Resouces in Foreign Aid Policy - Actors' Influence through Decision Networks
Tatiana Coutto American Graduate School in Paris Environmental Concerns in EU-Black Sea Affairs
Lucile Maertens Sciences Po Paris/University of Geneva A Depoliticized Securitization? The Case of Environmental Securitization within the United Nations
Rafał Wiśniewski Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań Australia's serach for international role in the Age of Asia
Lachlan McKenzie The University of Melbourne Negotiating EU-Australian Engagement: the 1994 and 2008 Wine Trade Agreements
Mihaela Mecea Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca Romania A Postcolonial Reading of Global Civil Society
Laura Mahrenbach Technical University of Dresden Success potentially guaranteed? German and British leadership in the G20
Sara Kalm Department of Political Science A democratic critique of the production of precerious life (w Sofia Näsström)
Lisanne Groen Institute for European Studies (IES), Vrije Universiteit Brussel EU Performance in Multilateral Institutions
Aukje van Loon Ruhr-Universität Bochum Restructuring Financial Supervision in the EU: A Societal Approach to British and German Policies
Maria Dunin-Wasowicz University of Warsaw Currency Warfare as Practice of the Eurozone’s Effilochement
cherng-shin ouyang chung-hua institution for economic research Sini-Pak Trade and Energy Corridor: An Assessment
Karol Zakowski University of Lodz Japan’s Response to China’s Rise – The Determinants and Implications of the Decision to Nationalize the Senkaku/Diaoyutai Islands
Lisanne Groen Institute for European Studies (IES), Vrije Universiteit Brussel European Foreign Policy on the environment and climate change
Dimitris Sotiropoulos The Open University, UK Addressing the Rationality of ‘Irrational’ European Responses to the Crisis: A political economy of the Euro area and the need for an alternative framework for economic policy
HUNG-JEN WANG Centre for global cooperation research Circumventing the Sovereign State? Intervention from Chinese Perspectives
Francisco Salvador Barroso Cortés Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) The Permanent Structured Cooperation (PSC) mechanism as a cornerstone of the “European Security Community”
Virgile Perret University of Lausanne The Global Financial Crisis and the Neglect of Social Citizenship in IPE
Maili Vilson University of Tartu Elections in the Eastern Neighbourhood: European Neighbourhood Policy in Crisis?
Ivani Vassoler-Froelich State University of New York Building on Lessons Learned from Peacekeeping Operations
Andrzej Szeptycki University of Warsaw The European Union and Ukraine - the postcolonial approach
Frank Gadinger Centre for Global Cooperation Research/University of Duisburg-Essen The Rule of the Project - Reconstructing Practices of Justification and Critique in the EU Financial Crisis
Rainer Baumann University of Duisburg-Essen When Do Non-State Actors Get Admitted to State Delegations at International Conferences? The Case of Climate Change Policy
Łukasz Fijałkowski University of Wroclaw Regional Organisation as a Collective Securitising Actor. The Case of the ASEAN
Thomas Kemetmueller Crisis as Catalyst: Development and Regionalism in the East Asian bond markets
Henrike Viehrig University of Bonn The Media Salience of Germany’s Bilateral Relations. What Are the Driving Forces?
Sebastian Mayer University of Bremen The ‘Shared Neighbourhood’: A Framework for Explaining Russia’s and the EU’s Regional Security Practices
Brenni Claudio UNIL Who are the local communities in the global environmental regimes
Maxi Ussar London School of Economics and Political Science Legitimising international development organisations - a false claim to "moral authority"?
Paulina Pospieszna University of Mannheim Dispute or Mediator? The Selection and Effectiveness of Conflict Management in Civil Wars
Susannah O'Sullivan The University of Manchester Representing the Libyan Uprising and Making a Space for Intervention: Chaotic Spaces and Rag-Tag Rebels
Irem Askar Karakir Dokuz Eylul University EU Foreign Policy: Regional Challenges and Cooperation with Turkey
Trineke Palm VU University Amsterdam The Variable Effect of Military Means On EU Foreign Policy
Dicle Korkmaz Temel University of Tampere A Narrative Policy Analysis on Turkey's Energy Security and Integration with the EU
Julian Bergmann Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz Theories of European Integration and their Contribution to the Study of European Foreign Policy
Jonathan Joseph University of Sheffield Governing from a Distance: European Foreign Policy and Resilience Building
J. Patrick Rhamey Virginia Military Institute Order and Disorder across Geopolitical Space: The Effect of Declining Dominance on Interstate Conflict
Edward Yencken The University of Melbourne The Search for Like-Minded Partners in the Asia-Pacific Region: The case of the EU’s expanding relationship with Australia
Stefano Guzzini DIIS/Uppsala University The vicious circle of essentialisation: Peace and the revival of geopolitics in Europe
Tomislava Penkova University of Kent at Brussels Russia's search for political identity and integration processes in the former Soviet space
Matt Davies Newcastle University The Pathologies of Precarity
Sarah Bulmer University of Exeter National Heroes: War, disability and military identity
F. Asli Ergul Ege University Communicative Turn of International Relations: Citizen 2.0 and the New Way of Protest
Colette Vogeler TU Braunschweig Well-known Paths for arising challenges? Industrial Policymaking in Brazil
Nikolay Kozhanov Institute of the Middle East Iran in Struggle for Influence in post-Soviet Central Asia: main goals and driving factors
Jacek Czaputowicz Warsaw University Theoretical explanations of Poland's European security policy
Misato Matsuoka University of Warwick Re-investigation on the Nature of US Hegemony in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Neo-Gramscian Approach to the US-Japan Alliance
Ana Bojinović Fenko University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences From a good to a poor student: the de-Europeanization of Slovenian foreign policy in the light of (European) economic and financial crisis
Magdalena Bexell Lund University Legitimation through access? Challenges for the post-MDG agenda-setting process
Michael Smith University of Aberdeen Intelligence Analysis, Policy Planning, and Consensual Knowledge in EU Security Operations
Patrick Mello Dresden University of Technology From Prospect to Practice: A Critical Review of Applications in Fuzzy-Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis
Anna Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz Jagiellonian University Does being a mother matter in the economy? - political economy of care in Poland
Agata Ziętek Maria Curie Skłodowska University Cultural Security: How to Analyze It?
Yudan Chen Fudan University Play China in Europe
Henrike Viehrig University of Bonn Transatlantic Warfare Rhetoric and Prospect Theory
Tom Delreux UCLouvain The application of new-institutionalism, principal-agent models and bureaucratic politics to EU foreign policy
Chris Weston SGH The Military as an Economic Institution: North Korea as a case study
Thomas Diez University of Tübingen Post-territoriality with boundaries: On the ambivalences of the European integration project
Paula Marcinkowska University of Warsaw Peacekeeping in the Mediterranean – ongoing challenge for the international community.
Paula Marcinkowska University of Warsaw (In)effectiveness of the EU actions towards its Eastern neighbours
Annika E. Poppe Peace Research Institute Frankfurt After Hegemony - Normative contestation of democracy promotion in a pluralist world
Tonny Brems Knudsen Aarhus University Master Institutions of International Society: Theorizing continuity and change
marie hrabanski CIRAD Fragmentation, circulation, and regime complexes : the network of experts and organizations at the interface between climate and biodiversity
Anna Solarz Institute of International Relations Cltural factor in Israeli foreign policy
Tomasz MÅ‚ynarski Jagiellonian University European Union external energy policy
Daniel Lambach University of Duisburg-Essen Measuring State Collapse
Daniel Lambach University of Duisburg-Essen The Causes of State Collapse: Results from an Analysis Using Multi-Value QCA
Stephanie Anderson University of Wyoming EU Defence Debate: What kind of power is it?
Hanna Schreiber Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw Anthropologization of IR
Matt Baillie Smith et al Newcastle University The military as new development actors.
Rachel Woodward Newcastle University, UK Considering the violence of military landscapes.
Rodolfo Ragionieri University of Sassari The nomos of complexity
Daan Huberts Radboud University Nijmegen Comparing Cases in UK decision making
Leila Stockmarr Roskilde University Scattering pacification: Israel’s transmission of ideas at security fairs
Karin Bäckstrand Lund University The Democratic Legitimacy and Legitimation of Global Climate Governance
Karin Bäckstrand Lund University Global Civil Society Participation in Sustainable Development Diplomacy. Towards Global Stakeholder Democracy?
Carsten Baran University Rostock Emerging risk
Terfa Elfayez Nottingham Trent University The Impact of Foreign Aid on Jordanian Economic Development and Policy-Making
Cyril Magnon-pujo University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Constructing and Consuming “Security” as a Commodity. Implications of a Marketization of Force
Christophe Hauert University of Lausanne / City University London Authority as a Translation: consumers’ associations embedding international standards into society
Tomohito Baji University of Cambridge Interwar IR and Global Democracy: Alfred Zimmern's idea of Depoliticised Nationalism
Roberto Vinicius P.S. Gama PUC Minas Fault lines: risk, representations and moral reasoning in European integration “under threat”
Joseph Corkin Middlesex University Modelling the (Trans)formation of Networked Global Governance
Alessia Chiriatti University for Foreigners of Perugia The Europeanization of Turkey and the Economic Crisis: new direction in national foreign policy
Alessia Chiriatti University for Foreigners of Perugia The EU in the Mediterranean: Turkey's view
Ben Kamis Goethe University, Frankfurt What’s the Subject? The representation of subjectivity in European cyberspace regulation
Jan Orbie Ghent University EU and multilateral economic institutions
Jan Orbie Ghent University Human security and Chad
Soeren Keil Canterbury Christ Church University A Security Community in the Balkans? - The Foreign Policies of the Post-Yugoslav States
Andrea Gawrich Justus Liebig University Gießen Could the Junior Learn from the Senior? Comparing Institutional Capacities of the Parliamentary Assemblies of the Council of Europe and the OSCE
Ozlem Onaran University of Greenwich Crisis in Europe and the Dead End Road of the Race to the Bottom: a Global Analysis
Richard Boesch University of Augsburg Regional organizations as new building blocks of peace? Inclusive conflict management in West Africa – Some theoretical considerations
Damiano de Felice London School of Economics European donors and human rights conditionality: Different application of aid sanctions by the EU, France, Italy and the UK
Dominik SmyrgaÅ‚a Collegium Civitas EU’s attitudes towards nonconventional oil and gas developments
Michael Franke Ruhr University Bochum Franke_How did the global financial crisis influence governmental positions regarding euro crisis.pdf
Thomas Müller Bielefeld University Political Inequality in a Stratified International Society: The Politics of Legitimation of Great Power Privileges in the League of Nations and the United Nations
Thomas Meszaros CLESID - Jean Moulin Lyon 3 Unversity Heterogeneity, homogeneity and mophology in the study of crises
James Alexander University of Manchester Interrogating the Security-Technology Nexus
Reint-Jan Groot Nuelend Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands & Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden Where you stand depends on your ideas, Decision-making on Srebrenica by the Dutch Ministry of Defense
Klaus-Gerd Giesen Université d'Auvergne The Transition of European Capitalism to a New Regulation Mode
George Lawson LSE Rethinking Benchmark Dates in International Relations
Michael Laiho Arctic Centre, University of Lapland Observing the EU in the Arctic oil and gas race. Clinging tightly to the reins of Arctic sustainable governance
Oscar Widerberg Institute for Environmental Studies, VU Amsterdam The fragmentation of global climate governance architectures
Jacek Czaputowicz Warsaw University Theoretical explanations of Poland's European security policy
Maria Raquel Freire CES - University of Coimbra Peacebuilding in Timor-Leste: a critical look at the UN involvement
Anna Kreikemeyer Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg Power and Security in Eurasian Regional Organisations. The Example of the CSTO
Katharina Emschermann University of Bremen How (Not) To Say No: Analyzing U.S. Justificatory Discourse on Military (Non-)Interventions in Humanitarian Crises
Christian Dorsch University of Bamberg, Germany The Emergence of Opportunity Structures from Precedent and Organizational Doctrine: Focal Points and Path Dependence in the UN Security Council’s Activity against Terrorism
Susan Stewart German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) Justice and Home Affairs Policy in the EU-Russia Relationship
Wil Hout Erasmus University Rotterdam Normative Power vs. Political Interest: EU Aid Selectivity beyond the European Consensus on Development, 2008-13
Hrabanski Marie CIRAD Fragmentation, circulation, and regime complexes : the network of experts and organizations at the interface between climate and biodiversity
Anna Sobaczewska Polish Academy of Science Chinese syndrome. Mass media as environment of generating and playing up political and social conflicts.
Anais Marin Finnish Institute of International Affairs Reconstructing a Post-Bipolar Europe: Impactful Pariahs? The Art of Geopolitical Blackmail, Crisis-Escalation and Other Lessons Learnt from Lukashenka’s ‘Dictaplomacy’
Dr Costa Andre Georghiou University of Johannesburg Unexpected Convergence: The Huntington/Fukuyama Debate
Berenike Prem University of Bremen Just Warriors or Just Mercenaries? Analyzing Self-Other Constructions of Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs)
Hiski Haukkala University of Tampere Grumpy Old Men? Explaining 20 Years of EU-Russia Relations
Clara Egger Science Po Grenoble, PACTE UMR (CNRS, IEP, UJF, UMPF), IRSEM The more comprehensive, the better?
Sezgin Mercan Dokuz Eylul University Conceptualising of European Foreign Policy The Challenge of the Arab Spring
Kim Bizzarri University of Strathclyde Environmental Governance & European Studies: An International Political Economy perspective on the class project of a troubled continent
Benjamin Tallis University of Manchester Stuck in the Middle With You: (Inter)Subjective Authenticity and Authentic (Inter)Subjectivity in CEE Security Research
Maria Birnbaum European University Institute Pluralism and Pluralization: Why IR should not recognize religion
Cemil Boyraz Istanbul Bilgi University Crisis Of Turkish Foreign Policy In Syrian Issue
Rodica PLUGARU Sciences Po Grenoble The attractiveness of EU beyond the crisis: the transfer of technical standards by European private firms in post-soviet states
Yong Wu Yanshan University When European Flowers Meet with Chinese Soil
Rodica PLUGARU University of Grenoble The attractiveness of EU beyond the crisis: the transfer of technical standards by European private firms in post-soviet states
Carina Schmidt Universität der Bundeswehr München Limits of Institutions in militarized Crises
William Thompson Indiana University Regional Incongruence and Instability
Sait Aksit Gediz University Something new on the Turkish western front?: Political Economy of Turkish Foreign Policy towards the Balkans
Tomasz MÅ‚ynarski Jagiellonian University European Union external energy policy
Kryštof Kruliš Metropolitan University Prague The United Kingdom as the Gateway to the EU
Laszlo Csicsmann Corvinus University of Budapest Ideology or Pragmatis? Foreign Policy of Moderate Islamist Parties in the Light of the Arab Spring
Ruth Ben-Artzi Providence College IOs and Peer Pressure
Jörn-Carsten Gottwald & Joachim Schild Ruhr University Bochum & University of Trier Strategic Partners Taking the Leadership - The European Union, China and the G20
Halvard Leira NUPI The Emergence of Foreign Policy
Halvard Leira NUPI Privateers of the North Sea
Maren Hofius University of Hamburg Constituting the EU's Community in the Neighbourhood
Stefan Beck Universität Kiel The staging of piracy off the coast of Somalia in the German Bundestag
Mischa Hansel University of Cologne Second Thoughts in Beijing? The Responsibility to Protect and Chinese Foreign Policy in the United Nations
Jonathan Githens-Mazer University of Exeter Conceptualising Resilience: From Policy to Research and Back Again
Dimitris Katsikas ELIAMEP The Financial Crisis as a Catalyst for European Integration
Philani Mthembu Freie Universitaet, Berlin (FUB) The Rise of Emerging Powers as Sources of Development Cooperation in Africa
Ewelina Lubieniecka Uniwersytet Warszawski Chinese engagement in Sub Saharan Africa – can 'Beijing consensus' be explained under world-systems theory?
Ben Kienzle King's College London EU Foreign Policy and Security
Ewelina Lubieniecka Uniwersytet Warszawski Does post-development theory find alternatives to Westernization of International Relations? African persperctive
Siegfried Schieder University of Heidelberg/University of Trier Why some European member states are prioritizing the group of ACP countries more than other developing countries?
Christian Weber Goethe University Frankfurt Dissident Foreign Policy and the (Re-) Production of International Orders
Justyna Nakonieczna University of Warsaw Respect for cultural diversity as the core principle in the activity and postulates of social movements contesting globalization
Justyna Nakonieczna University of Warsaw Respect for cultural diversity as the core principle in the activity and postulates of social movements contesting globalization
Magdalena Kozub-Karkut The School of Administration Global governance - as a perspective on world politics. Four theoretical models
Tudorel Vilcan University of Southampton Contested governmentality power, resistance and subjectivity in the deployment of resilience
Agnieszka Aleksy-Szucsich Warsaw University The Right Context for Diversity: From Organizational Science to the Country Level
Taylan Yildiz NRW School of Governance / University of Duisburg-Essen Occupy, resist, produce. Critique from the inside of Capitalism
Cornelia Navari University of Buckingham International Organisations in the Anarchical Society:Interim Report of an English School Research Project
Xuefei Shi Radboud University Nijmegen Continuity and Change in China-Africa Relations The Case of Tanzania
Charlotta Friedner Parrat Uppsala University Understanding Change through the English School
Dominik Tolksdorf IFRI Paris EU and U.S. cooperation in rule of law assistance in Kosovo
Danijel Crnčec University of Ljubljana Climate Change – Reality or Science-Fiction in the EU-Russia Relations
Robert Kissack IBEI The EU as an ‘influence maximiser’? Neoclassical realism and the contemporary global order
Robert Kissack IBEI Human and Social Rights’
Lisanne Post University of Amsterdam Normative Power Europe in a Multilateral Setting: Using the EU's Performance in the UN Human Rights Council to Assess Performance as Leadership
Małgorzata Smagorowicz Polish Academy of Science/Institute of Political Studies Lack of theory or lack of practice? How to deal with financial markets in the globalised world?
Małgorzata Smagorowicz Polish Academy of Science/Institute of Political Studies Lack of theory or lack of practice? How to deal with financial markets in the globalised world?
Senada Selo Sabic Institute for Development and International Relations Back to the Balkans-Croatia's foreign policy after the EU accession
Jonathan Fisher University of Birmingham From "mission conditionality" to "PR conditionality": The political economy of political conditionality
Sirke Mäkinen University of Tampere Diversification of Russia's 'Greatness'? Public Diplomacy and Education Export
Artur Gruszczak Jagiellonian University Intelligence community as a distorted epistemic community: reflections on EU security policies
Christian Weber Goethe University Frankfurt Dissident Foreign Policy and the (Re-) Production of International Orders
Stanisław Gędek Rzeszow University of Technology Ruble Exchange Rate and Oil Price. Does Russian Economy Shows Symptoms of Dutch Disease?
Pol Bargues University of Westminster Coming True of the Postmodern Dream: Building Resilient Communities to Make Peace
Malgorzata Smagorowicz Polish Academy of Science/Institute of Political Studies Lack of theory or lack of practice? How to deal with financial markets in the globalised world?
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