Emile Badarin

Emile Badarin
College of Europe · European Neighbourhood Policy Chair

PhD Middle East Politics

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Introduction
PhD in Middle East politics from the University of Exeter. Research Fellow in the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair at the College of Europe, Natolin, Warsaw. Research cuts across fields of international relations and foreign policy, Middle East politics, recognition politics, settler colonialism and the Question of Palestine.
Education
October 2011 - February 2014
University of Exeter
Field of study
  • Middle East Politics
October 2010 - October 2011
University of Bristol
Field of study
  • International Relations
September 2008 - June 2010
University of Uppsla
Field of study
  • Political Science

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A great deal of political and academic responses to the Israel/Palestine conflict have construed the Palestinians as an object of Western and Israeli discourses, rather than their own Palestinian discourse. This has hindered understanding of the internal mechanisms involved in the production of the Palestinian conditions. Palestinian Political Disc...
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This article examines empirical resilience interventions to demonstrate how resilience-building is utilised to govern in non- liberal settings and how its political and economic positionality shapes concrete resilience projects, processes of inclusion and exclusion and the hierarchies between them. It argues that the politics and economy that under...
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This article recalls the recognition-colonialism conjuncture to examine how prior normative rights to self-determination, independence and decolonisation influence current recognition practice, and asks how they compete with contingent factors. The interrogation of this inter-pretive process provides insights into how recognition of states operates...
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This article critically examines the association between resilience and local concepts in the discourse of hegemonic international actors and shows how it operates and for what purposes. It reveals the general practice of co-optation of locally-resonant practices and notions as a medium for conceptual transfer. By interrogating the interplay betwee...
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This article cross-examines the external and internal dimensions of settler-colonial politics of recognition. In settler-colonialism, recognition represents another medium for the elimination of the natives, whose existence is considered as a source of threat, uncertainty and curtailed settler sovereignty. Settler sovereign statehood is contingent...
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Ces mêmes gouvernements qui ont sollicité la Cour pénale internationale vis-à-vis de l’Ukraine usent délibérément de tactiques judiciaires et politiques pour retarder et entraver une enquête similaire en Palestine. Read more: https://www.middleeasteye.net/fr/opinionfr/cpi-ukraine-justice-pas-palestine-crimes-israel
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Anyone familiar with the prolonged legal struggles in the case of Palestine knows too well that such notorious tactics have become the prevailing principles, rather than just a singular occurrence, geared towards the repudiation of justice and accountability in Palestine. Although justice delayed is no less than its denial, these efforts and tactic...
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This chapter interrogates EU development aid to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region after the 2011 uprisings/revolts to understand the role aid plays in shaping the contemporary relationship between the EU and ex-colonies in the MENA region. The chapter begins by noting the historical evolution of Europe’s relationship with MENA countrie...
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Book review of Social justice and Israel/Palestine: foundational and contemporary debates edited by Aaron J. Hahn Tapper and Mira Sucharov, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2019, 296pp., ISBN 9781487588069
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This essay examines the implications of the continued spread of Covid-19 on the political, economic and security challenges that confront Jordan. It argues that the country's response to the pandemic constitutes a signi cant juncture in the counter-revolt and counter-reform in the region. The reactions of the Jordanian government unfolded as a proc...
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This piece has two arguments: First, formal Israeli annexation of the West Bank, especially the Jordan Valley, officially torpedoes the century-old Jordanian foreign and security strategy of cooperation with its imperial patrons (Britain, then the US) and the Zionist movement, which evolved into a Jordanian-Israeli peace with an expected Palestinia...
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The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has obstructed the education of students globally. But this is hardly new to Palestinian students and academics, whose educational life has for decades been systematically stymied by Israeli colonial practices. The alarming spread of coronavirus has forced many universities and schools to close, embracing virtu...
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This chapter argues that the notion of resilience in EU foreign policy towards its southern ‘near abroad’ is unsettled and continues to undergo a seemingly endless process of reconceptualisation. Accordingly, the chapter treats resilience not only as a work-in-progress. It also considers the concept as a discursive means through which the EU attemp...
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This op-ed article provides analysis of the EU foreign policy towards the Middle East in the light of the EU-League of Arab States summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, 24-25 February 2019. Publisher: Middle East Eye URL: https://www.middleeasteye.net/opinion/eu-foreign-policy-normalises-totalitarianism-middle-east
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This article examines politics of states recognition. Despite the significance of the concept of recognition to international politics, only recently has international relations (IR) scholarship begun to appreciate its analytical value. How states employ their prerogatives to grant or withhold recognition has received less attention in IR. The arti...
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This op-ed article provides a brief analysis of the impact of the EU foreign policy towards the Middle East.
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This article explores the theoretical bases of the Israel-Palestine peace pro- cess to see how that impacts peacebuilding and everyday life in Palestine. It begins by examining the lens through which classical and contemporary realist and liberal thought approaches peace, nonpeace, war, and peacebuilding. Second, it examines how knowledge productio...
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In the pursuit of ethnically based settlements, Israel continues to illegally confiscate Palestinian land and populate it with settlers. A system of spatial control was devised to maintain the pace of settler spatial expansion. It is an ad hoc and elastic system that is continuously revised and upgraded, while new elements are added to it. This pap...

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