Annotated bibliography - Foreign policy
Article / book
Björkdahl, A. (2008). Norm advocacy: A small state strategy to influence the EU. Journal of European Public Policy, 15(1), 135-154.
Dijkstra, H. (2012). Agenda-setting in the Common Security and Defence Policy: An institutionalist perspective. Cooperation and Conflict, 47(4), 454-472.
Friis, L. (1998). "The end of the Beginning“ of Eastern Enlargement – Luxemburg Summit and Agenda-Setting. European Integration Online Papers, 2.
Gillespie, R. (2003). Reshaping the Agenda? The Internal Politics of the Barcelona Process in the Aftermath of September 11. Mediterranean Politics, 8(2-3), 22-36.
Vandecasteele, B., Bossuyt, F. & Orbie, J. (2013). Unpacking the influence of the Council Presidency on European Union external policies: The Polish Council Presidency and the Eastern Partnership. European Integration Online Papers, 17.
Vanhoonacker, S. & Pomorska, K. (2013). The European External Action Service and agenda-setting in European foreign policy. Journal of European Public Policy, 20(9), 1316-1331.
Bendiek, A. (2006). Cross Pilar Security Regime Building in the European union: Effects of the European Security Strategy of December 2003. European Integration Online Papers, 10.
Illustrates the means by which Sweden was able to put conflict prevention onto the EU agenda. Abstract
Analyses the agenda-setting phase of EU crisis management missions, stressing the agenda-setting strategies used by High Representative Solana and his staff. Abstract
Seeks to explain the outcome of the Luxemburg council to open formal negotiations with all eastern European countries simultaneously by focusing on the 'pre-negotiations' that took place before the summit. Abstract
Discusses the changes in the agenda of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP) and their consequences for the Barcelona Process. Abstract
Disucces the extent to which the Council Presidency allows a Member State to exert influence on EU decision-making by analysing the Polish Council Presidency and its influence on the European Union’s Eastern Partnership policies. Abstract
Building on a typology of agenda-setting strategies, this article reviews the first two years of the existence of the EEAS to find out whether the EEAS has managed to shape the direction of the EU external activities. Abstract
A largely descriptive article on the emergence of a European security regime in relation to the 2003 European Security Strategy. Abstract