Recently published books by UACES members.
Toni Haastrup, Niall Duggan, Luís Mah
This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the changing dynamics in the relationship between the African continent and the EU provided by leading experts in the field.
This edited book makes a significant contribution to the relatively under-explored field of multilingualism and politics, approaching the topic from two key perspectives: multilingualism in politics, and the politics of multilingualism.
Paul J. Cardwell, Marie-Pierre Granger
Offering a wealth of thought-provoking insights, this topical Research Handbook analyses the interplay between the law and politics of the EU and examines the role of law and legal actors in European integration.
Across Western Europe, the global financial crisis of 2008 and its aftermath not only brought economic havoc but also, in turn, intense political upheaval.
This book explains how citizens are using referendums to challenge decisions taken by the European Union.
Transregional Europe bridges the gap between stereotypical generalisations about southerners, the 'wild East', and so on and the constructions assembled by national and transnational policy-makers.
Sharon Pardo, Hila Zahavi
This edited collection seeks to present a valuable guide to the Jewish contribution to the European integration process, and to enable readers to obtain a better understanding of the unknown Jewish involvement in the European integration project.
The work considers the international and European obligations of the UK in the realm of challenging the far-right and assesses the extent to which it adheres to them.
Elaine Fahey, Tawhida Ahmed
Timely and engaging, this topical book examines how Brexit is intertwined with the concepts of justice and injustice. The book aims to engage with the methodology, lexicon and explicitness of analytical perspectives in relation to Brexit.
Providing a comprehensive and authoritative analysis of the impact of the Eurozone crisis on the European social dimension since 2010 this book focusses on developments in five policy areas.
Luca Corchia, Stefan Müller-Doohm, William Outhwaite
Die internationale Wirkungsgeschichte des herausragenden Philosophen und öffentlichen Intellektuellen wird hier von über 40 Autorinnen und Autoren aus mehr als 20 Sprach- und Wissenschaftskulturen beleuchtet.
This book analyses the development of anti-corruption as a policy field in the European Union with a particular focus on the EU Anti-Corruption Report.
Anneli Albi, Samo Bardutzky
This two-volume book, published open access, brings together leading scholars of constitutional law from twenty-nine European countries to revisit the role of national constitutions at a time when decision-making has increasingly shifted to the European and transnational level.
This book analyses European foreign policy as the activity of the European Union (EU) as a global actor and explores its efforts to raise its visibility in Southeast Asia through its relations with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Myanmar.
David Phinnemore, Sieglinde Gstöhl
This edited volume provides a timely analysis of the European Union’s ‘privileged’ partnerships with neighbouring countries, identifying key points of comparison.
Adrienne Héritier, Katharina L. Meissner, Catherine Moury, Magnus G. Schoeller
Discusses the European Parliament’s strategies of self-empowerment over time, across cases of new institutional prerogatives and in substantive policy areas. Compiles for the first time an encompassing list of EP strategies and proceeds to theorise and assess the relevant causes of their success and failure.
Based on empirical research, this book closely analyses how European identities are discursively produced. It focuses on discourse from members of a civic association active in promoting democracy and attempting participation in the transnational public sphere.
The book uses rich comparative data to tackle the vital questions of what determines a democracy’s level of inclusiveness and the ways in which minorities can gain access to the policy-making process.
Seán Hanley, James Dawson, Licia Cianetti
This book seeks to inject fresh thinking into the debate on democratic deterioration in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), viewing ‘democratic backsliding’ through the prism of a range of cases beyond Hungary and Poland, to redress the imbalance in current scholarship.
Magnus G. Schoeller
Leadership of powerful states and organizations is crucial for the success of regional integration projects. This book offers a theoretical model explaining such leadership.
This book examines the theory and praxis of the legal concept of subsidiarity and the policy paradigm of multilevel governance, providing an updated overview on how subnational and national authorities engage within the EU institutional framework.
While anti-European forces are still raging, pro-Europeans seem impotent and deprived of a strong, clear and convincing alternative. This book is an attempt to fill that void: reacting to the anti-European wave, it also outlines a strong criticism both of the current EU and of its advocates.