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LUISS Guido Carli, Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali | Luiss · Department of Political Science

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (EUI)

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October 2013 - July 2017
LUISS Guido Carli, Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali
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Although informal groups of member states often steer EU foreign policy, existing scholarly literature does not offer an overarching theoretical approach to account for their causes and their different types. This article conceptualizes informal groupings and offers a theoretical approach that explains their occurrence in EU foreign policy. It clai...
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The chapter examines women’s leadership in EU foreign policy. In the past decade, two women have served as chief of EU foreign policy. Since the Lisbon Treaty’s introduction of the new High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (December 2009), Catherine Ashton and Federica Mogherini held the post during its first ten...
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This volume is the first comprehensive analysis of women’s ascendance to leadership positions in the European Union (EU) as well as their performance in such positions. It provides a new theoretical and analytical framework capturing both positional and behavioral leadership and the specific hurdles that women encounter on their path to and when ex...
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Despite the Lisbon Treaty's modifications in the foreign and security policy domain, the EU has frequently relied on third parties to address external conflicts and crises. Using the Ukrainian conflict as a case study, this article adopts the orchestration model to explain why and how the EU enlists intermediary actors over which it has no formal c...
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In the first half of 2020 national and EU leaders faced the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. As chair of the Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) and as Vice President (VP) of the European Commission, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (HR/VP) might play an important role in EU response to the Covid-19 crisis. O...
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ASBTRACT My article addresses the role of the two post-Lisbon High Representatives (HRs), Catherine Ashton and Federica Mogherini, in EU approach to the Eastern neighbourhood. Adopting a broad conceptualisation of EU foreign policy and drawing on the scholarly literature on new intergovernmentalism, it focuses on events that marked the HRs' mandate...
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The Lisbon Treaty recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. The 2009 legal text was an attempt to enhance the unity, consistency and effectiveness of the EU’s action in an increasingly volatile world. And yet, the post-Lisbon time period has been characterised by multiple crises coming from the West, the East, the South, and even from within the EU...
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The unfolding of the Arab uprisings has shown that fostering the ability of countries affected by regime change to withstand crises is necessary for the EU and NATO to ensure the stability of the broader Southern Mediterranean region. The political transitions in Egypt and Tunisia arose from pressures to democratise. Yet, as the region’s security e...
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Following the end of the Cold War there was a widespread opinion that the demise of the Soviet Union would not be followed by adversarial relations with a territorially and politically diminished Russia. The NATO's bombing campaign against Yugoslavia in the 1999 Kosovo conflict, especially, highlighted the economic and military weaknesses of Russia...
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In contrast to previous Italian elections, the election of 2018 was one in which foreign policy-related issues were significant in the campaign and had a large impact on the outcome. In particular, while Italian citizens had in the past been mostly very supportive of the EU external constraint, these elections seemed to epitomise the end of the per...
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The EU Global Strategy called for the overcoming of the fragmentation of external policies relevant to migration, stated the importance of making different external policies and instruments migration-sensitive, and envisaged an improvement in the consistency between external and internal policies. Indeed, the initiatives launched by the EU in the f...
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The EU Global Strategy, presented by the High Representative and Vice President of the European Commission Federica Mogherini in June 2016, renewed the EU's commitment to take responsibility for the stability of the Western Balkans and reiterated their relevance for Europe's own security. Despite the numerous valuable initiatives the EU has put for...
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EU foreign and security policy is largely under-theorized as a field of study. This chapter presents an original model that intends to explain why EU member states and institutions engage in integrated efforts in this area, and under which conditions the High Representative can become a key figure in fostering integrated policies among them. By mea...
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A proper understanding of the actors among which the strategic interactions under study occur and of the environment in which such interactions take place is essential to provide an in-depth examination of the High Representative’s (HR) role in Kosovo and Ukraine. EU-Kosovo and EU-Ukraine relations are marked by an apparent paradox. Whilst the EU w...
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Whilst divergent positions on the Russian policy dossier have generally not played in favour of cooperation within the EU, from the coming into force of the Lisbon Treaty (2009) until the immediate aftermath of the Vilnius Summit in November 2013, EU member states and institutions largely agreed that Ukraine was a “European country” and that econom...
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Adopting a broad conceptualization of foreign and security policy, the book examines the role of the High Representative as chair of the Foreign Affairs Council and in her/his capacity as Vice President of the European Commission to assess different patterns of integrated efforts in EU foreign and security policies. In this way, it presents a new p...
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The 2009 Lisbon Treaty institutionalised an intergovernmental constitution for managing policies traditionally a matter of national sovereignty, such as foreign and defence policies. However, important innovations were introduced in the foreign policymaking structure to limit its intergovernmental logic, in particular, with regard to the role of th...
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At a time when Europe faces numerous crises, there is a real need for rigorous evidence to underpin effective policymaking. However, a gap between academia and policy creates clear obstacles in the use of evidence in policymaking. Many of these enduring obstacles are manifest in the inherent differences between separate communities: academics have...
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The post-Lisbon foreign and security policy has witnessed the growth in relevance of intergovernmental forums for policy coordination and joint decision-making including the European Council and the Foreign Affairs Council. Rather than acting as obstacles to policy integration under certain circumstances, such forums act as its main catalysts of in...
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Europe Iran Libya Obama Russia Special US Election Analysis Syria USA more tags Maria Giulia Amadio Viceré ­ Old Continent ­ 7/7/2015 As EU leaders at the European Council were discussing the implementation of measures countering the emergence of violent extremism, ferocious terrorist attacks took place, almost simultaneously, in Tunisia, France an...
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Europe Iran Libya Obama Russia Special US Election Analysis Syria USA more tags Maria Giulia Amadio Viceré ­ Old Continent ­ 7/7/2015 As EU leaders at the European Council were discussing the implementation of measures countering the emergence of violent extremism, ferocious terrorist attacks took place, almost simultaneously, in Tunisia, France an...
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Following the European Parliament elections in May, attention turned toward negotiations over the EU’s ‘top jobs’, notably the President of the European Commission, President of the European Council, and High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. As part of our review of 2014, I write on the selection of Federica Mogh...
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Paper prepared for the ‘Ever Challenged Union: exploring ways out of the crises’ UACES Student Forum 16th Annual Conference Queen’s University Belfast, 29-30 June 2015
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Which role should the EU play in international relations? Two workshops were organized jointly by the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the LUISS School of Government (SOG) in Rome on March 2nd and April 14th 2015, with the aim of discussing and providing an answer to this question. The two seminars were attended by scholars, EU practitioner...
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Because of the intergovernmental nature of EU foreign policy, the role of the European commission in EU external action is often considered minimal or residual. Providing a systematic review of the case of Kosovo, this paper demonstrates that it is possible to identify different degrees of integration in EU foreign policy. It does so by investigati...

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