view the talk now online via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=087-SWgPnhk Guest talk at the University of Vienna in the framework of the INEX research group 2 June 2021, onlineModeration: Ivan Josipovic (IPW | University of Vienna) Abstract: European Union foreign policy has always been dependent on EU member states ́ support. More profoundly, the Common Foreign and SecurityContinue reading “Increasingly illiberal and populist politics in Europe: (How) does it matter for European foreign policy cooperation?”
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Member States in EU foreign and security policy
* * * now online * * * LEGOF policy brief * * * This policy brief reviews the effects of the institutional adjustments in EU foreign policy as instigated by the Lisbon Treaty. It scrutinises the implications of these reforms for the distribution of power between member states and EU actors involved. Our analysisContinue reading “Member States in EU foreign and security policy”
The EU’s Political and Security Committee: Still in the shadows but no longer governing?
LSE EUROPP Blogpost in European Politics and Policy Series to synthesize the results of the joint research with Nick Wright about the changing interaction of EU member states in EU foreign and security policy
The Future of Diplomacy in Europe – HJD podcast
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy Podcast: Episode 9: Heidi Maurer and Sophie Vériter on the Future of Diplomacy in Europe In this episdoe, Sophie (Leiden University) and I talked about our recent contributions to the special issue “Diplomacy and COVID-19” in the Hague Journal of Diplomacy. We explain why you should read our articles, we synthesizeContinue reading “The Future of Diplomacy in Europe – HJD podcast”
Interview with Agencia EFE: Spain’s International News Agency
I talked to Viviana García, Deputy Bureau Chief of Agencia EFE – Spain’s International News Agency about the EU-UK disagreement about the diplomatic recognition of the EU ambassador in London: https://www.clarin.com/agencias/efe-embajador-ue-nueva-friccion-londres-bruselas_0_P5XTRr8cw.html
UK refuses to grant diplomatic status to the EU ambassador in London, causing a row. Why does it matter?
more details on BBC or The Guardian The decision to not grant diplomatic status to the EU ambassador is a political one. Legally there is no automatic need to do so, but at the same time it is legally no problem for the EU and UK to agree on such a status. If both partiesContinue reading “UK refuses to grant diplomatic status to the EU ambassador in London, causing a row. Why does it matter?”
Encompass opinion: The EU’s Political and Security Committee: still in the shadows but no longer governing?
In this Encompass opinion piece Nick Wright and I synthesize our research findings about the impact about the institutional Lisbon Treaty changes on the involvment of member states in European foreign policy-making. see https://encompass-europe.com/comment/the-eus-political-and-security-committee-still-in-the-shadows-but-no-longer-governing
EU member states, foreign policy-making and the role of the PSC, new article with Nick Wright
now online (in pre-print format): https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.13134
New Paradigm for EU Diplomacy? EU Council Negotiations in a Time of Physical Restrictions
Now online in OPEN ACCESS: Maurer, H., & Wright, N. (2020). A New Paradigm for EU Diplomacy? EU Council Negotiations in a Time of Physical Restrictions. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(4), 556-568. doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/1871191X-BJA10039 Summary Can diplomacy work without physical presence? International relations scholars consider the European Union (EU) the most institutionalised case ofContinue reading “New Paradigm for EU Diplomacy? EU Council Negotiations in a Time of Physical Restrictions”
How to teach comfortably in an online world: the core principles of learning
A Loop blogpost, with the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR): https://theloop.ecpr.eu/how-to-teach-comfortably-in-an-online-world-the-core-principles-of-learning/ Keep it simple and purposeful Listen and learn, but – most importantly – adapt to what you feel comfortable with Learning is a social interaction, allow yourself and your students to remember that