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The European Foreign Policy group looks at both EU as well as state foreign policies within Europe and their interconnections. The EU has faced external challenges that can be described as crises in recent years – the Arab Spring starting 2011, the challenge of Russia to its neighbours culminating in the annexation of Crimea in 2014, and the migration/refugee crisis starting in 2015.
Lecturer in German and European & International Studies
Teaching Fellow in European Foreign Policy
Senior Lecturer in International Politics
Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs
Professor of European & International Politics
Reader in International Relations
Senior Lecturer in German Foreign Policy
Lecturer in European Foreign Policy
The European Foreign Policy group looks at both EU as well as state foreign policies within Europe and their interconnections.
An Analytical Framework for Postmortems of European Foreign Policy: Should Decision-makers have been Surprised?
23 February 2020
CSDP Missions and Operations
30 January 2020
Beyond the Chaebol?: The social purpose of entrepreneurship promotion in South Korea
02 October 2019
Warning about War: Conflict, Persuasion and Foreign Policy
29 August 2019
Welche Macht darf es denn Sein? Tracing 'Power' in German Foreign Policy Discourse
01 July 2019
Introduction to Special Issue - Understanding and conceptualizing European jihadists: Criminals, extremists or both?
15 May 2019
The Entrepreneurial Developmental State:: What is the Perceived Impact of South Korea's Creative Economy Action Plan on Entrepreneurial Activity?
05 May 2019
What are the driving forces of disintegration: A response to Rosamond and Outhwaite
01 February 2019
Legitimate Social Purpose and South Korea's support for entrepreneurial finance since the Asian Financial Crisis
08 January 2019
Europe: Between dream and reality?
01 January 2019
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All of these have challenged EU core norms, interests and approaches as well as a significant number of EU member states’ interests and policies in varying ways. They also showed that the EU’s external crises and their management are in various ways connected to domestic dynamics and policy challenges in ways that are not well conceptualised in foreign policy analysis generally and the study of EU foreign policy more specifically.
Examples of theoretically under-researched challenges at the intersection of the EU and national levels are populist movements, economic and legitimacy crises associated with the Eurozone, and functionalist linkages between Schengen, border protection and addressing push-factors of migration and refugee flows. The working group and its members are able to contribute to the common theme by:
Dr Christoph Meyer is the co-ordinator of The European Foreign Policy Research Group
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