EU–Korea Security Relations
Electoral Politics in Crisis After the Great Recession Change, Fluctuations and Stability in Iceland
Poland and Germany in the European Union The Multidimensional Dynamics of Bilateral Relations
The EU through Multiple Crises Representation and Cohesion Dilemmas for a “sui generis” Polity
By Karolina Sobczak-Szelc, Marta Pachocka, Konrad Pędziwiatr, Justyna Szałańska, Monika Szulecka
November 29, 2022
This book sheds light on the complex experiences of asylum seekers and refugees in Poland, against a local backdrop of openly anti-refugee political narratives and strong opposition to sharing the responsibility for, and burden of, asylum seekers arriving in the EU. Through a multidimensional ...
By Nicola Casarini
August 29, 2022
This book provides an original examination of current European Union (EU)–Republic of Korea (ROK) security relations. It brings together analysis and original material on relations in the fields of Nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament, Cybersecurity and data-protection, Space policy and ...
By Natalia Chaban, Arne Niemann, Johanna Speyer
August 01, 2022
This volume brings together contributions that conceptualize and measure EU perceptions in the strategic regions around the world in the aftermath of the UK referendum. Contributors assess the evolution of EU perceptions in each location and discuss how their findings may contribute to crafting ...
By Alan Granadino, Stefan Nygård, Peter Stadius
March 22, 2022
With a combined focus on social democrats in Northern and Southern Europe, this book crucially broadens our understanding of the transformation of European social democracy from the mid-1970s to the early-1990s. In doing so, it revisits the transformation of this ideological family at the end of ...
By Didier Caluwaerts, Min Reuchamps
November 25, 2021
This book takes stock of Belgium’s exceptional and – for some foreign observers –schizophrenic position in the political world and explains its idiosyncrasy to a non-Belgian audience. Offering a broad and comprehensive analysis of Belgian politics, the guiding questions throughout each of the ...
By Paulo Vila Maior, Isabel Camisão
November 16, 2021
This book assesses the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for the European Union (EU), as well as its response in dealing with an overarching, multidimensional crisis with consequences extending beyond public health safety to political, economic, legal, and institutional arenas. It argues the ...
By Eva H. Önnudóttir, Agnar Freyr Helgason, Ólafur Th. Harðarson, Hulda Thórisdóttir
September 07, 2021
This book examines to what extent politics in Iceland have been transformed in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. The book focuses on whether the short-term sudden shock caused by the Great Recession has permanently transformed politics, political behaviour and the Icelandic party system ...
By Chad Damro, Elke Heins, Drew Scott
March 31, 2021
This edited volume explores the opportunities and challenges facing the European Union in the future from different disciplines and assesses the EU’s prospects across various policy areas. Using the European Commission’s 2017 White Paper presenting five different scenarios for the future of Europe...
By Elżbieta Opiłowska, Monika Sus
March 31, 2021
This book explores the political and social dynamics of the bilateral relations between Germany and Poland at the national and subnational levels, taking into account the supranational dynamics, across such different policy areas as trade, foreign and security policy, energy, fiscal issues, health ...
By Andrea C. Bianculli, Jacint Jordana, Mónica Ferrín Pereira
December 31, 2020
This book explores and assesses the multiple levels at which linguistic policies can be challenged, devised and enacted, i.e. sub-national, national and supranational, and the variety of state and non-state actors involved. Moving beyond descriptive and normative approaches, it provides an ...
By Maurizio Cotta, Pierangelo Isernia
September 25, 2020
This book explores the mechanisms of political representation and accountability in the European political system, against the backdrop of multiple crises in recent years in the economic, financial, security and immigration fields, which have triggered strong tensions and centrifugal drives inside ...
By András Körösényi, Gábor Illés, Attila Gyulai
April 28, 2020
This book gives the first comprehensive and theoretically substantiated political science account of the Orbán regime in English. It argues that Viktor Orbán’s regime-building and reconstructive leadership is more than just an example of hybridisation, a successful populist appeal or a backlash ...