Research project

EU-LISTCO - Europe’s External Action and the Dual Challenges of Limited Statehood and Contested Orders

EU-LISTCO investigates the challenges posed to European foreign policy by identifying risks connected to areas of limited statehood and contested orders.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 769886

EU-LISTCO investigates the challenges posed to European foreign policy by identifying risks connected to areas of limited statehood and contested orders. Through the analysis of the EU Global Strategy and Europe’s foreign policy instruments, the project assesses how the preparedness of the EU and its member states can be strengthened to better anticipate, prevent and respond to threats of governance breakdown and to foster resilience in Europe’s neighbourhoods.

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External Partners

  • Germany

    Freie Universität Berlin

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  • Germany

    Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi)

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  • Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research

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  • Norway

    Peace Research Institute Oslo

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  • Turkey

    Bilkent University

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  • Israel

    IDC Herzliya

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  • Spain

    Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB)

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  • Italy

    Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)

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  • Poland

    Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

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  • France

    Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (SCIENCES PO)

    Sciences Po is a fully-fledged, self-governing research university specialised in the social-economic sciences and the humanities. It enrols 13,000 students per year, out of which 46% of foreign students from more than 130 countries. Sciences Po is the leading research university in the social sciences in France with 60 full-time professors, more than 200 researchers, 80 foreign professors invited each year and 400 academic partnerships with universities around the world. Sciences Po is home to a doctoral school offering 7 graduate programmes to around 400 Ph.D. students. Based on a multi-disciplinary approach, it associates and combines skills and know-how from the different social sciences – in particular economics, history, political science, sociology and law.

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  • Ukraine

    Ukrainian Institute of Public Policy

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  • Georgia

    Georgian Institute of Politics

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  • Belgium

    Carnegie Europe Foundation

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