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by Angela Romano and Federico Romero (eds)
The book, a product of the ERC-funded project PanEUR70s, focuses on a time when the socialist regimes of Central and Eastern Europe banked their hopes for prosperity and stability on enhanced relations with the West. Crossing the traditional differences among diverse fields of historiography, it assesses the complex influence of European and global processes of transformation on the socialist elites’ reading of the international political and economic environment and their consequent decision-making and policy-making. The volume is available in open access.
by Jan Zglinski
Drawing on an original data set of free movement cases from 1974 to 2013, this volume examines how and which decisions the European Court of Justice defers to national institutions. The book is based on the author's 2016 doctoral thesis in the Law Department, and is published by Oxford University Press.
by Daniel Innerarity
The global spread of the novel corona virus illustrates the need for strong transnational institutions, global governance and cooperative intelligence. In this volume Daniel Innerarity provides a philosophical reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic, a 'pandemocratic' event that at the same time has revealed inequalities and faults in democratic processes.
by Andrew Geddes, Leila Hadj-Abdou and Leiza Brumat (eds)
In this volume, the authors analyse the complex and often controversial nature of policymaking in the field of migration and mobility. Unique in its portrayal of policy responses to migration in Europe, this text is an essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students of the politics of migration, European integration and the politics of the EU.
by Emmanuel De Groof
Transitional governance has become an international project with formidable ambitions: ending war, conflict or crisis by reconfiguring the state order. This volume examines how international actors shape regime change during transition, and finds that few international rules are in place to limit their actions.