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Normative Power: The European Practice of Region Building and the Case of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP)
This paper lays out a normative approach to the study of power in International Relations. This approach emphasizes the role of cooperative security practices, region building, and pluralistic
Explaining Defection from International Cooperation: Germany's Unilateral Recognition of Croatia
n 1991 Germany extended unilateral diplomatic recognition to Croatia and Slovenia in direct contravention of the preferences of its EC partners. In the context of Germany's postwar history of
Explaining Political and Economic Change in Post-Communist Eastern Europe
This article presents a framework for the analysis of regime change in post-Communist Eastern Europe. It examines two competing approaches, the “legacies of the past” and the “imperatives of
The convergence of civilizations : constructing a Mediterranean region
Acknowledgments PART ONE: THE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK * Normative Power: The European Practice of Region-Building and the Case of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership EMANUEL ADLER and BEVERLY CRAWFORD
Progress in postwar international relations
Defining and conceptualizing progress in international relations, by Emanuel Adler, Beverly Crawford, and Jack DonnellyCognitive evolution: a dynamic approach for the study of international relations
The puzzle of public opposition to TTIP in Germany
Abstract Germany is pivotal to the success of any trade agreement between the European Union and the United States. As the third largest exporter in the world, Germany is dependent on open markets;
The Myth of "Ethnic Conflict": Politics, Economics, and "Cultural" Violence
The Myth of “Ethnic Conflict”: Politics, Economics, and “Cultural” Violence Edited by Beverly Crawford and Ronnie D. Lipschutz Description: In the last decade, discourses of economic and political