Bruges Regional Integration & Global Governance Papers

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Bruges Regional Integration & Global Governance Papers

Joint working paper series of the EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department at the College of Europe and the Comparative Regional Integration Studies of the United Nations University, Bruges

Purpose:

The Bruges Regional Integration & Global Governance (BRIGG) working paper series offers a platform for topical contributions by scholars and practitioners on topics such as:the European Union and other fors of regionalism from a comparative perspective:

  • the role of regional organisations (including the EU) in the United Nations
  • the regions' external relations and diplomacy,
  • the EU as a model for other world regions,
  • the EU in international institutions,
  • regions in global governance, or
  • issues of interregionalism

The BRIGG papers are made available worldwide and free of charge through electronic publication on both the College of Europe and the UNU-CRIS website.

4/2014 (December 2014)
Joren Selleslaghs obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe.
Conflicting Role Conceptions: In Search of the European Union's Added Value for its Southern Neighbors

3/2014 (November 2014)
Josh Gartland obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe and is currently a paid intern at UNU-CRIS until February 2015.
The Border Management Programme in Central Asia: Explaining the European Union's Choice of Implementing Partners

2/2014 (July 2014)
Balazs Ujvari obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe and was an intern at UNU-CRIS from July until September 2012
L'Union européenne face aux BRICS dans la gouvernance mondiale: Une réponse efficace?

1/2014 (March 2014)
Yentil Williams obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
Shifting between Hegemony and Dominance? A Neo-Gramscian Analysis of the EU as a Structural Foreign Policy Actor: The Singular Case of the Cariforum-EU Economic Partnership Agreement


3/2013 (December 2013)
Ijlian Romanyshyn obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
The European Union and the Arms Trade Treaty: An Analysis of the EU's Effectiveness in Multilateral Security Governance

2/2013 (September 2013)
Ana Daskalova obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
fileadmin/workingpapers/BRIGG_papers/BRIGG_2_2013_Daskalova.pdfTo Be or Not to Be a Normative Power: The EU's Promotion of Human Rights and Democracy in Russia


1/2013 (September 2013)
Emily Claire Robinson obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
The Arab Spring: A Litmus Test for the EU's Women's Right Policy in the Euro-Mediterranean Area?


4/2012 (December 2012)
Julien Daemers, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
The European Union in the Arctic: A Pole Position?

 

3/2012 (December 2012)
Cono Giardullo, obtained a a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
The Gulf Cooperation Council as a New Regional Power: Time for the EU to Propose a Strategic Partnership

 

2/2012 (September 2012)
Emily Murrell, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
The European Union's Role in the Formation of India's Climate Change Policy

1/2012 (January 2012)
Laurène Aubert, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
The European Union's Policy towards Central Asia and South Caucasus: a Coherent Strategy?

4/2011 (September 2011)
Mojca Kodric, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
The EU Strategy for the Danube Region: What Potential Contribution to Regional Stability and Co-operation?

3/2011 (September 2011)
Thomas James Uldall Heidener, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
As Time goes by: EU Climate Change Actorness from Rio to Copenhagen


2/2011 (June 2011)
Katharina Gnath (Associate Fellow at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) and Claudia Schmucker (Head of the Globalisation and World Economy Programme at the DGAP in Berlin)
The Role of the Emerging Countries in the G20: Agenda-setter, Veto Player or Spectator?

1/2011 (March 2011) 
Andrej Kirn, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe and currently works for the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The European Union's Role in Promoting and Implementing the Responsibility to Protect in Africa: Turning Political Commitments into Effective Action

 

3/2010 (October 2010)
Emanuele Pollio, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
What Kind of Interregionalism? The EU-Mercosur Relationship within the Emerging 'Transatlantic Triangle'

 

2/2010 (September 2010)
Tobias Felix Franke, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the college of Europe
Nosce Te Ipsum: Positioning the EU's CSDP as a Regional Ordnungsmacht

 

1/2010 (February 2010)

Helena Lindholm Schulz, Professor of Peace and Development Research (Chair) at the School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Security as an Interregional Concern: The EU and the Middle East

 

5/2009 (December 2009)
Anne Willenberg, Alumna of the Marcus Aurelius Promotion, College of Europe
The Promotion of Regional Economic Integration in the EU's Neighbourhood: CEFTA 2006 and the Agadir Agreement

 

4/2009 (November 2009)
Giovanni Molano Cruz, chercheur invité à UNU-CRIS
La coopération entre l'Union européenne et la Communauté andine contre le trafic illicite de stupéfiants: une étude de cas d'interrégionalisme

  

3/2009 (Oktober 2009)
Andrew Cottey, Senior Lecturer and Jean Monnet Chair in Political Integration, University College York
Sub-regional Cooperation in Europe: An Assessment

 

2/2009 (September 2009)
Simona Lipstaite, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe
EU-US Cooperation in International Peace and Security: Bilateral versus Multilateral Dialogues

 

1/2009 (April 2009) 
Quentin Weiler, obtained a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the college of Europe
The European Union and Security Sector Reform in Africa: A leader in Theory, A Laggard in Reality?

  

3/2008 (September 2008)
Daniele Marchesi, Former Researcher at UNU-CRIS and Academic Assistant at the College of Europe
The EU Common Foreign and Security Policy in the UN Security Council: Between Representation and Coordination

 

 2/2008 (July 2008)
Sieglinde Gstöhl, Permanent Professor at the College of Europe, Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies
'Patchwork Europe'? The EU's Representation in International Institutions

 

1/2008 (July 2008)
Kennedy Graham, Visiting Professor at the College of Europe and Associate Research Fellow at UNU-CRIS
Towards a Coherent Regional Institutional Landscape in the United Nations? Implications for Europe

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