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The European Union and Global Politics
RICHARD YOUNGSMARCH 31, 2021RED GLOBE PRESS
This book unpacks the international challenges facing the EU in recent years—including a weakened global order, a securitized worldview, geo-economic competition, climate change, and conflicts to the east and south—before turning to examine how the union has responded and how the bloc’s core international identity has changed.
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Emerging Security Technologies and EU Governance: Actors, Practices and Processes
RALUCA CSERNATONI, ANTONIO CALCARA, CHANTAL LAVALLÉE
SEPTEMBER 09, 2020ROUTLEDGE
Using the concept of ‘governance’ as an analytical framework, this book investigates how new and emerging security technologies are governed within the European Union, emphasizing relations among different state and non-state actors.
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Civic Activism Unleashed: New Hope or False Dawn for Democracy?
RICHARD YOUNGSJANUARY 31, 2019OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
One of the signal events in global politics in the last decade has been the transformation of political and civic activism. Not only is the new activism qualitatively different in character from what it was in 2000; its intensity and frequency have dramatically increased.
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The Caucasus: An Introduction, 2nd Edition
THOMAS DE WAALDECEMBER 01, 2018OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
This new edition of The Caucasus is a thorough update of an essential guide that has in-troduced thousands of readers to a complex region.
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Europe Reset: New Directions for the EU
RICHARD YOUNGSNOVEMBER 03, 2017I.B. TAURIS
The EU must reinvent itself if it is to survive. Citizens should play a greater role in decisionmaking, with the aim of making the union more flexible and more accountable.
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Europe and Iran: The Nuclear Deal and Beyond
CORNELIUS ADEBAHRMAY 05, 2017ROUTLEDGE
The EU’s approach to Iran is one of the few success stories of European foreign policy but is underappreciated by policymakers in Europe, the United States, and beyond.
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Europe’s Eastern Crisis: The Geopolitics of Asymmetry
RICHARD YOUNGSMARCH 31, 2017CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
In recent years, a series of crises have erupted on the European Union’s eastern borders. In response, the EU has begun to map its own form of “liberal-redux geopolitics” that combines various strategic logics.
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The Puzzle of Non-Western Democracy
RICHARD YOUNGSSEPTEMBER 08, 2015VIDEO
The nature of today’s global politics calls for democratic renewal—and this renewal must look beyond the standard practices of Western democracy.
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Turkey’s Nuclear Future
GEORGE PERKOVICHSINAN ÜLGEN
MARCH 24, 2015VIDEO
Turkey is a rising economic and political force with the ability to affect dynamics in the greater Middle East, the Caucasus, and Central Asia. To meet its rising energy needs, the country—already an important actor in the international nuclear order—plans to establish nuclear power plants on its territory.
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Climate Change and European Security
RICHARD YOUNGSOCTOBER 13, 2014ROUTLEDGE
As the EU tackles select elements of climate security, it has yet to put in place a foreign policy to manage the geostrategic turmoil that climate change has in store.
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Europe in the New Middle East: Opportunity or Exclusion?
RICHARD YOUNGSSEPTEMBER 18, 2014
After the EU floundered in its initial response to the Arab Spring, it now has to reconsider some of the fundamental tenets of its strategic approach to the Middle East.
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The Uncertain Legacy of Crisis
RICHARD YOUNGSJANUARY 20, 2014VIDEO
The European Union is mired in the worst crisis it has seen for many decades. And the crisis does not stop at Europe’s edge.
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World in Their Hands: Ideas From the Next Generation
NATALIA BUBNOVAAUGUST 21, 2012MOSCOW: CARNEGIE MOSCOW CENTER
Solutions to the challenges facing the global community require sharing fresh ideas about politics, economics, social issues, migration and ethnic conflict, religion, and education.
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The Iranian Nuclear Crisis: A Memoir
SEYED HOSSEIN MOUSAVIANMAY 03, 2012WASHINGTON, DC: CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE, 2012
The first detailed Iranian account of the diplomatic struggle between Iran and the international community, begins in 2002 and takes the reader into Tehran’s deliberations as its leaders wrestle with internal and external adversaries.
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Russia in 2020: Scenarios for the Future
MARIA LIPMANNIKOLAY PETROV
NOVEMBER 21, 2011WASHINGTON
While Vladimir Putin is unlikely to give up power any time soon, the political and economic system he created is incapable of dealing with Russia’s rapidly changing conditions. Crises are likely unavoidable unless Russia changes and modernizes.
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Between Religion and Politics
NATHAN J. BROWNAMR HAMZAWY
SEPTEMBER 21, 2010WASHINGTON
As Islamist movements in the Arab world become more politically active, they are struggling to pursue their moral and religious agenda under unfriendly or repressive regimes.
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The Caucasus: An Introduction
THOMAS DE WAALSEPTEMBER 17, 2010OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
While the Caucasus is too often treated as a subset of Russian history or as merely a gateway to Asia, it remains an important and combustible region, whose inner dynamics and history deserve a much more complex appreciation from the wider world.
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June 17, 2021Judy Dempsey
The EU-U.S. Summit Is a Test for New Transatlantic Cooperation
June 15, 2021Rosa Balfour
Joe Biden’s Europe Visit: Mending What Trump Broke
June 10, 2021Marc Pierini
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