Policy Paper on Conflict Resources Published

As a late result of my project GLONEXACO my brief policy paper “First, do no harm: five questions the EU needs to keep in mind for a sensitive approach to conflict resources” was published in the series CIDOB Notes Internacionals. This online publication addresses current world events with expert analyses that are oriented towards policy. My paper addresses the issue of measures against so-called conflict resources. … Continue reading Policy Paper on Conflict Resources Published

Edited Volume “EU Contested” Published

The edited volume “European Union Contested Foreign Policy in a New Global Context” (Heidelberg & New York: Springer), which I have edited with Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués and Esther Barbé is online available for purchase. The European Union’s foreign policy and its international role are increasingly being contested both globally and at home. At the global level, a growing number of states are now challenging the Western-led liberal … Continue reading Edited Volume “EU Contested” Published

Article on the Influence of International Recognition on Secessionism Published

The article “Does international recognition matter? Support for unilateral secession in Catalonia and Scotland” (co-authored with Diego Muro and Guillem Vidal) was published online in Nations and Nationalism. We wanted to know how much do the prospects of international recognition of a possible new state affect the domestic support for secession. To answer this research question, we adopted a most similar systems design and conducted a Web‐based survey … Continue reading Article on the Influence of International Recognition on Secessionism Published

Participation in 6th European Workshops in International Studies

During the 6th European Workshops in International Studies (EWIS) – EISA in Krakow (Poland) (26-29 June), I presented my paper “Why do individuals support/reject policy interventions in armed conflicts? An overview of the COEUS project“. In the paper, I explained the COEUS research project. The EWIS bring relatively small groups of experts together, who discuss for two days their work. My presentation was part of the … Continue reading Participation in 6th European Workshops in International Studies

Papers presented at 26th International Conference of Europeanists

I presented two papers at the 26th International Conference of Europeanists (20-22 June in Madrid). In a panel organized by the research project EU-NormCon, I explained the theoretical framework of the edited volume “European Union Contested. Foreign Policy in a New Global Context” we are working on. A number of chapter authors presented their results in this panel (More information). In a second panel, I … Continue reading Papers presented at 26th International Conference of Europeanists

Call for papers “International Sanctions: The ‘other’ effects”

Together with Clara Portela (Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science, University of Valencia), I am the scientific coordinator of a special issue of the Revista CIDOB d’Afers Internacionals. In this special issue we want to look at the other possible effects of sanctions, this means all the effects that go beyond the relationship sender-target (e.g. the effect on the relationships between the sender or … Continue reading Call for papers “International Sanctions: The ‘other’ effects”

Workshop on EU Foreign Policy

I am currently co-editing a book on the contestation of EU Foreign Policy with Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués and Esther Barbé as part of the EU-NormCon research project (Normative contestation in Europe: Implications for the EU in a changing global order). In the book we look at a number of cases in which the norms, which guide the EU´s foreign policy are contested by internal and external actors. To … Continue reading Workshop on EU Foreign Policy

COEUS Research Project: Perceptions, Ideas and Preferences about Conflict Termination

The research project COEUS explores the perceptions, ideas and preferences of policymakers, experts and the public concerning different crisis responses. The overarching question is how differently these groups think about conflict management policies. During the first stage of this project, an online survey will be carried out among academic experts, policymakers, and the public in Germany and the United States. Are the preferences of policymakers … Continue reading COEUS Research Project: Perceptions, Ideas and Preferences about Conflict Termination