International Organizations

International Organizations

  1. Abba, Eban, “The UN Idea Revisited”, Foreign Affairs, vol.74, no.5 (September/October 1995), pp.17-39
  2. Alistair, Shepherd J. K., “A Milestone in the History of the EU: Kosovo and the EU’s International Role”, International Affairs, vol.85, no.3 (May 2009), pp.513-530
  3. Alvarez, Jose, “International Organizations: Then and Now”, The American Journal of International Law, vol.100, no.2 (April 2006)
  4. Arjen, B. Ekengen, M., “Preparing for the World Risk Society: Towards a New Security Paradigm for the European Union”, Journal of Contigencies and Crisis Management, vol.17, no.4 (2009), pp.285-294
  5. Barikowski, Zenon & Scott, Andrew, “The European Union and Its Order: The Legal Theory of European Integration”, Wiley-Blackwell, 2000
  6. Bellany, Alex X., “The Responsibility to Protect – Five Years On”, Ethics & International Affairs,vol.24, no.2 (2010), pp.143-169
  7. Blockmans, Steven,“The European Union and Crisis Management”, T.M.C. Asser, 2008
  8. Boin, Arjen & Rhinard, Mark, “Managing Transboundary Crises: What Role for the European Union?”, International Studies Review, vol.10, no.1 (March 2008), pp.1-26
  9. Brautigam, Deborah A. & Segarra, Monique, “Difficult Partnerships: The World Bank, States and NGOs”, Latin American Politics and Society, vol.49, no.4 (December 2007), pp.149-181
  10. Bures, Oldrich, “EU Conterterrorism after 9/11: A Paper Tiger?”, Annual Meeting of Political Science Association, Chicago, 30 August 2007
  11. Chin, Kin Wah & Saw, Swee-Hock & Sheng, Lijun, “ASEAN-China Relation: Realities and Prospects”, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009
  12. Chirathivat, Suthiphand & Ryan, Cillian & Welfens, Paul J., “EU-ASEAN: Facing Economic Globalization”, Springer, 2009
  13. Clement, Caty & Smith, Adam C., “Managing Complexity: Political and Managerial Challenges in United Nations Peace Operations”, International Peace Institute, July 2009
  14. Cornish, Paul & Edwards, Geoffrey, “The Strategic Culture of the European Union: A Progress Report”, International Affairs, vol.81, no.4 (July 2005), pp.801-820
  15. Dettke, Dieter, “Europe and Russia: From Neighborhood Without a Shared Vision to a Modernization Partnership”, European Security, vol.20, no.1 (March 2011), pp.127-142, available in pdf at
  16. Emerson, Michel & Gross, Eva & Ioannides, Isabelle & Juncos, Ana E. & Schroeder, Ursula, “Evaluating the EU’s Crisis Missions in the Balkans”, CEPS, no.2 (2007), pp.1-158
  17. Friedrichs, Jorg, “East Asian Regional Security”, Asian Survey, vol.52, no.4 (July/August 2012), pp.754-776
  18. German, Tracey C., “Visibly Invisible: EU Engagement in Conflict Resolution in the South Caucasus”, European Security, vol.16, no.3-4 (2007)
  19. Gilbert, C.L. & Vines, David, “The World Bank: Structure and Policies”, Cambridge University Press, 2000
  20. Ginsberg, Roy H., “Conceptualizing the European Union as an International Actor: Narrowing the Theoretical Capability-Expectations Gap”, Journal of Common Market Studies, vol.37, no.3 (September 1999), pp.429-454
  21. Gross, Eva & Juncos, Ana, “EU Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management”, Taylor and Francis, 2011
  22. Harrinson, Graham, “The World Bank, Governance and Theories of Political Action in Africa”, The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, vol.7, no.2 (May 2005), pp. 240-260
  23. Hill, Christopher, “Rationalizing or Regrouping? EU Foreign Policy since 11 September 2001”, Journal of Common Market Studies, vol.42, no.1 (February 2004), pp.143–163
  24. Hill, Christopher, “The EU’s Capacity for Conflict Prevention”, European Foreign Affairs Review, vol.6, no.3 (2001), pp.315-533
  25. Houben, arc, “International Crisis Management: The Approach of European States”, Routledge, 2005
  26. Howorth, Jolyon, “Security and Defence Policy in the European Union”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007
  27. Hynek, Nik, “EU Crisis Management After the Lisbon Treaty: Civil-Military Coordination and the Future of EU OHQ”, European Security, vol.20, no.1 (March 2011), pp. 81-102, available in pdf at
  28. International Crisis Group, “EU Crisis Response Capabilities: An Update”, Issues Briefing, 29 April 2002
  29. International Crisis Group, “EU Crisis Response Capability: Institutions and Processes for Conflict Prevention and Management”, ICG Issues, Report no.2
  30. International Crisis Group, “EU Crisis Response Capability Revisited”, Europe Report, no.160 (17 January 2005)
  31. Iseas, Asc, “The ASEAN Community: Unblocking the Roadblocks”, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008
  32. Jorgensen, Knud Erik, “European Approaches to Crisis Management”, Moartinus Niihoff Publishers, 1997
  33. Kashmeri, Sawar A., “The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the European Union’s Common Security and Defense Policy: Intersecting Trajectories”, Strategic Studies Institute, July 2011
  34. Kaunert, Christian & Zwolski, Kamil, “The EU and Climate Security: A Case of Successful Norm Entrepreneurship?”, European Security, vol.20, no.1 (March 2011), pp.21-43, available in pdf at
  35. Keohane, Daniel, “The Absent Friend: EU Foreign Policy and Counter-Terrorism”, Journal of Common Market Studies, vol.46. no.1(2008), pp.125-146
  36. Kluth, Michael Friederich & Pilegaard, Jess, “Balancing Beyond the Horizon? Explaining Aggregate EU Naval Military Capability Changes in a Neo-Realist Perspective”, European Security, vol.20, no.1 (March 2011), pp. 45-64
  37. 37.Koh, Tommy & Manato, Rosario G. & Woon, Walter, “The Making of the ASEAN Charter”, World Scientific Publishing, 2009
  38. Mason, Edward S. & Ahser, Robert E., “The World Bank since Bretton Woods”, Brooking Institution Press, 1973
  39. Nynek, Nik, “EU Crisis Management after the Lisbon Treaty: Civil and Military Coordination and the Future of the EU OHQ”, European Security, vol.12, no.1 (March 2011), pp.81-102
  40. Oliver, Robert W., “George Woods and the World Bank”, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1995
  41. Olson, Steffan, “Crisis Management in the European Union: Cooperation in the Face of Emergencies”, Springer, 2009
  42. Perthes, Volker, “Europe and the Arab Spring”, Survival, vol.53, no.6 (December 2011-January 2012), pp.73-84, available in pdf on
  43. Rachwald, Arthur R., “A “Reset” of NATO-Russia Relations: Real or Imaginary?”, European Security, vol.20, no.1 (March 2011), pp.117-126, available in pdf at
  44. Richardson, Jeremy J., “European Union: Power and Policy-Making”, Routledge, 1996
  45. Rotoyanni, Clelia, “So Far, So Good? Russia and the ESDP”, International Affairs, vol.78, no.4 (October 2002), pp.813-830
  46. Shepherd, Alistair J.K., “A Milestone in the History of the EU: Kosovo and the EU’s International Role”, International Affairs, vol.85, no.3 (May 2009), pp.513-530
  47. Teichman, Judith, “The World Bank and Policy Reform in Mexico and Argentina”, Latin American Politics and Society, vol.46, no.1 (April 2004),pp. 39-74
  48. Weller,Patrick & Yi-Cjong, Xu, “Agents of Influence: Country Directors at the World Bank”, Public Administration, vol.88, no.1 (March 2010), pp.211-231
  49. Williams, David & Young, Tom,“Governance, the World Bank and Liberal Theory”, Political Studies, vol.42, no.1 (March 1994), pp.84-100
  50. Winkler, Joel Gwyn, “Managing the Complexities of Intervention: United Nations Peace Operations as Organisational Action”, Peace, Conflict & Development, Special Issue: Approaches to Peace and Conflict, What is Missing? (February 2012), available in pdf at
  51. World Bank, “A Guide to the World Bank”, World Bank Publications, 2003
  52. Zielonka, Jan, “Europe as a Global Actor: Empire by Example?”, International Affairs, vol.84, no.3 (2008), pp.471-484

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