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Studia Diplomatica

Belgium and its foreign and external policies (2010-15)

By Sven Biscop, Thomas Renard (03-06-2016)

In Studia Diplomatica

This special issue of Egmont’s academic journal, Studia Diplomatica, focusses on Belgium’s foreign policy. Prominent scholars review different aspects of the foreign and external policies of Belgium, over the past five years. This issue includes articles on the quest for a foreign policy, on multilateral politics, on aid development, on global health policy, on trade politics, as well as on the Parliament’s role in times of war. Read more

The future of the European Neighbourhood Policy

By Sven Biscop (10-02-2016)

In Studia Diplomatica

Articles

  • The implications of Eurasian Integration for the EU’s relations with the countries in the post-Soviet space by Laure Delcour, Hrant Kostanyan, Bruno Vandecasteele and Peter Van Elsuwege
  • The European Union’s approach to the neighbours of its neighbours by Sieglinde Gstöhl
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Vol. LXVII, Issue 4 (2014): Various shades of federalism: Which responses to the rise of populism and euroscepticism?

By Sophie Heine (27-01-2016)

In Studia Diplomatica

Articles

  • British euroscepticism and British exceptionalism. The forty-year « Neverendum » on the relationship with Europe by Andrew Glencross
  • Historical « Monetary Unions » . Lessons for the current Eurozone crisis?  by John Ryan and John Loughlin
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Vol. LXVII, Issue 3 (2014)

By Various authors (06-05-2015)

In Studia Diplomatica

Articles

  • The growth of transatlantic security cooperation by Frédéric Mérand and Ruben Zaiotti
  • A strategic assessment of NATO’s SMART defence and its implication for Canada by Ian Wood
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Vol. LXVII, Issue 2 (2014)

By Various authors (06-05-2015)

In Studia Diplomatica

Articles

  • When « Good Enough » does not suffice. The impact of crisis on institutional change in European financial sector governance by Aneta B. Spendzharova and Esther Versluis
  • Banking union in Europe and implication for financial stability by Shawn Donnelly
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Vol. LXVII, Issue 1 (2014)

By Various authors (06-05-2015)

In Studia Diplomatica

Articles

  • Effective multilateralism revisited. The European Security Strategy ten years after, by Morten Knudsen
  • The role of the inter-institutional agreements in the development of the European Parliament’s external competences, by Oleksandr Moskalenko
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Vol. LXVI, Issue 4 (2013)

By Tanguy Struye de Swielande, Marc Franco (20-01-2015)

In Studia Diplomatica

Articles

  • Time to go home? The EU’s legacy and future options in Afghanistan by Edward Burke
  • Identity as a framework for alternative regionalism? An examination of the organisation of Islamic cooperation and the Pan-Islamic idea by Bruno De Cordier Read more

Vol. LXVI, Issue 3 (2013): Variable geometry union: how differentiated integration is shaping the EU

By Stijn Verhelst, Marc Lepoivre (04-04-2014)

In Studia Diplomatica

In this issue of Studia Diplomatica, variable geometry Union is discussed from various angles, stretching from economic and monetary integration to defence and the area of freedom, security and justice. While each policy field has its specific dynamics, the underlying differentiation in the level of integration of Member States shows several similar characteristics. These similarities could be indicative of the direction that differentiated Read more

Vol. LXVI, Issue 2 (2013): A strategic anniversary: The European security strategy

By Various authors (14-03-2014)

In Studia Diplomatica

Introduction, A strategic anniversary, by Sven Biscop

Articles

  • « The good, the bad and the ugly », three visions for European defence beyond austerity,  by Giovanni Faleg and Manuel Muniz
  • How security strategies can harm our interests, by Barend ter Haar
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Vol. LXVI, Issue 1 (2013): Global economic governance in East Asia-Through the looking glass of the European sovereign debt crisis

By Jochen Prantl, Petr Blizkovsky (08-01-2014)

In Studia Diplomatica

Introduction, Jochen Prantl & Petr Blizkovsky
-East Asian Financial Regionalism and the renegotiation of global economic order, Evelyn Goh
-China in global Financial governance: Implications from regional leadership Challenge in East Asia, Takashi Terada
-ASEAN/East Asia and global economic governance: reasserting the State as market actor, Helen ES Nesadurai
-Stakeholders of economic governance: European perspective, Petr Blizkovsky
-Thinking in time: lessons from the history of globalisation, Alexander N. Chumakov Read more