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Routledge Handbook of EU-Middle East relations / edited by Dimitris Bouris, Daniela Huber and Michelle Pace. New York, NY : Routledge, 2022. xxxii, 475 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Routledge handbooks, ISBN 9780367330767 (hardback) 9781032132167 (paperback) 9780429317873 (ebook) 9781000475203 (adobe pdf) 9781000475210 (epub) [Call No. 46000]
"A lot has been written on the European Union and the Middle East, but nothing as complete and original as this handbook. It covers everything that is relevant to know, analyse, discuss: from history to the most recent policy developments, utilising extremely innovative angles, and connecting the many different dots that are needed to draw the most complete picture of such a complex relation, between such complex regions. Original viewpoints, diversity of perspectives, a very sound academic approach matched with a unique attention to practice and policymaking, make this handbook an indispensable reference for all those who study the Middle East and the EU, work on it, or are simply interested in deepening their understanding of such a fascinating topic. You will love reading it, even when you will not agree with some of its analysis. You will use it again and again. And you will always find something new, unexpected and precious in it." Federica Mogherini, Rector of the College of Europe and former High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
1. Introduction : Entanglements in EU-Middle East Relations / Dimitris Bouris, Daniela Huber, Michelle Pace
2. Europe and the Ottoman Empire : Images of Self and the Other / Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Johanna Chovanec, Bahar Rumelili -- 3. French and British Colonialism and its Legacy in the MENA region / Sune Haugbølle, Roberto Mazza -- 4. Longue-Durée Reflections on Anti-Colonial Movements in the Middle-East (1798-today) / Nora Lafi -- 5. A Postcolonial Critique of EU-Middle East Relations / Somdeep Sen
II. Theoretical Perspectives
6. Everyday Middle Easts / Ali Bilgic -- 7. The EU's Constructions of the Middle East / Münevver Cebeci -- 8. Security Within and Beyond the Borders of Europe : Locating the European Union as a Security Actor / Zeynep Arkan Tuncel -- 9. International Relations Theory and EU-Middle East Relations / Filippo Dionigi -- 10. From Descriptive and Evaluative Accounts to Causal Explanations for EU-Middle East Relations / Fred H. Lawson -- 11. Postcolonial Theory and EU-Middle East Relations : Recognising Co-constitutions / Nora Fisher-Onar -- 12. Feminist and Queer Perspectives on EU-Middle East Relations / Hanna L. Muehlenhoff
III. Multilateralism and Geopolitical Perspectives
13. In the Shadow of the European Neighbourhood : Political Geographies of EU-Middle East Relations / Virginie Mamadouh -- 14. The EU and Arab Regionalism / Silvia Ferabolli -- 15. The EU and the Gulf Cooperation Council : a Troubled Relationship / Tobias Schumacher -- 16. EU Foreign Policy Incoherence in the United Nations : the Case of the Middle East / Ioannis Galariotis, Maria Gianniou -- 17. The Transatlantic Relationship and the Middle East : Converging Interests, Diverging Praxis / Andrea Dessì, Vassilis Ntousas -- 18. Turkey and the European Union in the Middle East : Potential for Cooperation or Continuing Discord? / Meltem Müftüler-Baç, Damla Cihangir-Tetik -- 19. Russia and the EU in the Middle East : From Mutual Distrust to Forced Cooperation? / Maxim A. Suchkov, Polina Vasilenko
IV. MENA-EU Relations in the Contemporary World
20. Perceptions of the EU : Activists and Public Opinion in the Middle East / Andrea Teti, Gennaro Gervasio, Pamela Abbott -- 21. Populist Politics in Europe and their Impact on EU Relations with the Middle East : EU-Turkey Relations as a Case Study / Ayhan Kaya -- 22. EU-Israeli relations : Geopolitical Perspectives in the Wake of Nationalist Populism / Sharon Pardo, Dani Filc -- 23. On EU-Arab Democratisation : Towards a Democratic "Learning Loop" / Larbi Sadiki, Layla Saleh -- 24. Moderate Islamist Parties in the MENA Region and Europe : Between the Democracy-Human Rights Nexus and the Stability-Security Nexus / Djallil Lounnas -- 25. Inter-religious Dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean Region : a Multi-Stakeholder Approach / Eleonora Insalaco -- 26. EU-Egypt Relations at a Crossroads / Gerasimos Tsourapas -- 27. Winds of Change? Negotiating Gender Relations in the Middle East and North Africa / Annette Jünemann
V. Peace, Security and Conflict in the Middle East
28. The European Union and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : How Member States Came Together Only to Fall Apart Again / Federica Bicchi, Benedetta Voltolini -- 29. EU-Lebanon Relations / Assem Dandashly -- 30. The EU in Post-2003 Iraq / Maria Luisa Fantappie -- 31. EU-Afghanistan Relations / Oz Hassan -- 32. EU-Syria Relations / Anis Nacrour, Jouanah Ghori -- 33. The European Union and Yemen / Vincent Durac -- 34. The EU and Iran : How a Critical Relationship Became a Troubled One / Cornelius Adebahr, Riccardo Alcaro -- 35. EU-Middle East Relations And the Fight Against Terrorism / Francesco Milan
VI. Development, Economics, Trade and Societal Issues
36. Aid, Security And Fortress Europe : EU Development Aid in the Middle East and North Africa / Emile Badarin, Jeremy Wildeman -- 37. Migration and Refugees in EU-Middle East Relations / Beste İşleyen, Tamirace Fakhoury -- 38. Europe and MENA Youth / Emma Murphy -- 39. Assessing EU-Middle East Trade Relations : Patterns, Policies and Imbalances / Nora Aboushady, Chahir Zaki -- 40. Their Violence or Ours? EU-Middle East Arms Sales and Military Cooperation / David Wearing -- 41. Clean Growth For the Benefit of Both? Towards a More Inclusive Approach To EU-MENA Environmental Relations / Martin Keulertz, Musa McKee.
Book Jacket: "EU-Middle East relations are multifaceted, varied and complex, shaped by historical, political, economic, migratory, social and cultural dynamics. Covering these relations from a broad perspective that captures continuities, ruptures and entanglements, this handbook provides a clearer understanding of trends, thus contributing to a range of different turns in International Relations. The interdisciplinary and diverse assessments through which readers may grasp a more nuanced comprehension of the intricate entanglements in EU-Middle East relations are carefully provided in these pages by leading experts in the various (sub)fields, including academics, think-tankers, as well as policymakers. The volume offers original reflections on historical constructions, theoretical approaches, multilateralism and geopolitical perspectives, contemporary issues, peace, security and conflict and development, economics, trade and society. The chapters adopt various research methodologies organised into six main sections: History; Theoretical perspectives; Multilateralism and Geopolitical perspectives; MENA-EU relations in the contemporary world; Peace, security, and conflict in the Middle East; and Development, economics, trade and societal issues. This Handbook provides an entry point for an informed exploration of the multiple themes, actors, structures, policies and processes that mould EU-Middle East relations. It is designed for policymakers, academics and students of all levels interested in politics, international and global studies, contemporary history, regionalism and area studies."--PUBLISHER'S NOTE.