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From ‘Awkward Partner’ to ‘Awkward Partnership’? Explaining Norway’s Paradoxical Relations with the European Union
Norway is the only Nordic state to have rejected membership of the European Union four times. Applying the conceptual lens of ‘awkwardness’, as developed by Murray et al. (2014), it seems fair toExpand
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How Brexit affects EU external action: The UK’s legacy in European international cooperation
Abstract What exactly Brexit means for British engagement in European external affairs and development cooperation, is highly unclear, while its potential impact is considerable. After the generalExpand
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How do EU Foreign Policy-Makers Decide? Institutional Orientations within the European External Action Service
Four years after its formal establishment, the European External Action Service (EEAS) remains in a state of complex and overlapping areas of competence. There are interlocking layers of politicalExpand
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The European External Action Service: Torn Apart Between Several Principals or Acting as a Smart ‘Double-agent’?
The European External Action Service (EEAS) is a hybrid and compound institutional actor in the EU’s multi-level administration with delegated authority from the member states (MS) to conduct theExpand
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Unveiling the anatomy of autonomy: dissecting actor-level independence in the European External Action Service
ABSTRACT Formulating and implementing public policy in Europe has historically been a core task of national administrations. This study suggests how this role has become challenged in a least likelyExpand
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“Revision of the EU Consensus on Development: Towards a new Consensus for fair and sustainable Global Common Good Policies”
This paper presents the contribution of the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) as submitted to the public consultation “UN 2030 Agenda for SustainableExpand
The European Neighbourhood Policy and the CFSP/CSDP
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