Politicisation of European Development Policies


Zeszyt specjalny Journal of Common Market Studies zatytuowany Politicisation of European Development Policies (JCMS vol. 59 issue 1, 2021) jest dostępny na stronie wydawcy (tutaj) w całości w wersji pełnotekstowej. Spis treści (10 artykułów) oraz recenzje książek nadesłanych do redakcji poniżej, zapraszam.

Special Issue Articles:

  • Development Policy under Fire? The Politicization of European External Relations / Christine Hackenesch, Julian Bergmann and Jan Orbie
  • Contestation over Development Policy in the European Parliament / Tapio Raunio and Wolfgang Wagner
  • Populist Radical Right Parties in Europe: What Impact Do They Have on Development Policy? / Julian Bergmann, Christine Hackenesch and Daniel Stockemer 
  • Politicization of Aiding Others: The Impact of Migration on European Public Opinion of Development Aid / Osman Sabri Kiratli
  • The Politicization of the Migration–Development Nexus: Parliamentary Discourse on the European Union Trust Fund on Migration / Nathan Lauwers, Jan Orbie and  Sarah Delputte
  • Requesting Trade Sanctions? The European Parliament and the Generalized Scheme of Preferences / Katharina L. Meissner
  • The Politicization of LGBTI Human Rights Norms  in the EU-Uganda Development Partnership / Johanne Dohlie Saltnes and Markus Thiel
  • EU Aid Policy in the Middle East and North  Africa: Politicization and its Limits / Richard Youngs and Ozge Zihniog Lu
  • Politicization of EU Development Policy: The Role of EU External Perceptions (Case of Ukraine) / Natalia Chaban and Ole Elgstrom
  • Outside-in Politicization of EU–Western Africa Relations: What Role for Civil Society Organizations? / Friedrich Plank, Niels Keijzer and Arne Niemann

Book Reviews:

  • The European Union in a Changing World Order: Interdisciplinary European Studies, edited by A. Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, N. Bremberg, A. Michalski and L. Oxelheim (Cham: Springer, 2019, ISBN 9783030180003) / Filiz Dogan
  • EU–Japan Security Cooperation: Trends and Prospects, edited by E. Kirchner and H. Dorussen (London: Routledge, 2019, ISBN 9781138315808) / Hidetoshi Nakamura [call no. 44543]
  • The End of European Security Institutions? The EU's Common Foreign Security Policy and NATO after Brexit, by B. Zyla (Cham: Springer, 2020, ISBN 9783030421601) / James Sperling
  • The Harmonization and Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU: An Appraisal of the EU Directive, edited by J. Schovsbo, T. Minssen and T. Riis, (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2020, ISBN 9781788973335) / Latif Aran and Cicek Gockun Bayramoglu
  • A New Narrative for a New Europe, edited by D. Innerarity, J. White, C. Astier and A. Errasti (London: Rowan & Littlefield, 2018, ISBN 9781786608413) / Vadim Kononenko [call no. 44574
  • The Eurosceptic Challenge: National Implementation and Interpretation of EU Law, edited by C. Rauchegger and A. Wallerman (Oxford: Hart, 2019, ISBN 9781509927654) / Max Steuer

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