Mémoire

Tous les étudiants du programme d’études en relations internationales et diplomatiques de l’Union européenne doivent rédiger un mémoire qu’ils rendent au début du mois de mai. Le mémoire, établi en anglais ou en français, est un travail original de 15.000 à 20.000 mots, qui doit porter sur un thème en rapport avec le programme d’études. Le mémoire compte pour 15 ECTS.

Le mémoire est rédigé dans le cadre d’un cours à option ou obligatoire, et supervisé par le professeur qui enseigne ce cours. La plupart des étudiants profitent de la proximité de Bruxelles et s'entretiennent avec des experts des institutions européennes, de l’OTAN ou des représentations permanentes.

Lors de la soumission du mémoire, les étudiants peuvent postuler pour deux des nombreux prix de mémoire dédiés à des sujets spécifiques. Certains de ces prix viennent avec un stage rémunéré pour le gagnant à l’organisation du sponsor. Seulement les mémoires avec au moins une très bonne note seront admissibles.

BERNSTEIN Adam (GB ) — HOCKING
Not Russian to do anything? The EU Response to Strategic Narratives and Disinformation in the Wake of the Russia-Ukraine Crisis
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CUNY Elise (FR ) — GUILD
Constructing a New EU-Mali Migration Partnership: A Need to Understand the Strategy and the Risks of Externalizing ‘Our’ Crisis
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DE MONTPELLIER D’ANNEVOIE Simon-Pierre (BE ) — DELCOUR
Le leadership politique dans la diplomatie européenne : L’Union européenne face à la crise ukrainienne
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DIDIER Brice (FR ) — FRÖHLICH
‘Lost in Trans(Atlantic Re)Lations’: Euro-Atlantic Relations and Russian Reassertion in Light of the Syrian Conflict: Great Power Struggles in a Contested Middle East
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FRIED Leonard (DE ) — HERRBERG
The European Union and the Colombian Conflict: The EU’s Impact in Fostering Peace
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WILLIAMS-RENOUF Nye (GB ) — GSTÖHL
Knocking on Closed Doors: An Examination of the Extent to which the External Opportunity Structure Conditions EU Effectiveness in International Procurement Liberalisation
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BASSOTTI Giorgio (IT ) — YOUNGS
A Black Swan in North Africa: A Review of the EU’s Democracy Promotion Policies in Tunisia
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JACOBS Thomas (BE ) — MEERTS
The Language Diplomats Speak: A Discourse-Theoretical Approach to the Negotiations in the EURONEST Parliamentary Assembly
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KANE James (GB ) — GSTÖHL
Shedding Light on the “Shadow of TTIP and TPP”: Why Have Negotiations on the EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement Been Less Politicized?
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RICCI Matteo (IT ) — HELLY
The European Air Transport Command: A Model for Improving European Military Cooperation?
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UZIĘBŁO Jan (PL ) — SELDEN
United in Ambiguity? EU and NATO Interpretations of, and Policy Responses to, ‘Hybrid Warfare’ and ‘Hybrid Threats’
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DE RAMON ORTIZ Cristina (ES ) — BAILES
The European Union’s Arms Trade Policy: consistent with its principles? From CFSP to the Arms Trade Treaty
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GEMERS Tim (BE ) — PHINNEMORE
I Love You, I Love You Not. Exploring the Icelandic Public Opinion towards EU Accession
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GUNTHER Enrico (DE ) — BAILES
The EU's response to piracy in the global maritime domain: Are the lessons learned in the Horn of Africa a model for the Gulf of Guinea?
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LINDNER OLSSON Erik (SE ) — EGENHOFER
The EU at the UNFCCC: a new paradigm? An interdisciplinary analysis of climate negotiations since Copenhagen
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STAEGER Ueli (CH ) — HOCKING
EU-Africa Regionalism Diplomacy: Understanding the troubles of post-Westphalian Eurafrica
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CUNTZ Richard (DE ) — DEFRAIGNE
Une analyse des motivations européennes en faveur du TTIP, ou Comment l’Union européenne a appris à ne plus s’en faire et à aimer le bilatéralisme
DEL MEDICO Nicola (IT ) — YOUNGS
A Black Knight in the Eastern Neighbourhood? Russia and EU Democracy Promotion in Armenia and Moldova
FAR Shahrazad (PS ) — FRÖHLICH
‘In Ga(s)a We Trust’? Placing the Palestinian ‘Gas-State building’ Dichotomy on the Eastern Mediterranean Geopolitical Map
FRIEL Eleanor (IE ) — KEUKELEIRE
Riding or Reaping the Whirlwind? An Account of the EUʼs Engagement with Insecurity in Northern Nigeria
HARGROVE Elaine (AT ) — BAILES
Countering Radicalization in the EU's Southern Neighbourhood: Giving Teeth to the ‘Paper Tiger’?
KAZNOWSKI Adam (GB ) — DELCOUR
Defying the Treaty: the Influence of the Polish and Lithuanian Council Presidencies on the Development of the Eastern Partnership
KOKOLO Willy (FR ) — HELLY
How Is the EU Doing in Africa? A Methodology to Evaluate Policy Impact
O'FLAHERTY Liam (IE ) — GSTÖHL
High Steaks: The European Commission and Agricultural Trade Negotiations at the Doha Round
OSTER MENA Sonia (MX ) — BASS
Corporate Diplomacy in the EU: The Strategic Corporate Response to Meet Global Challenges
PESCE Federica (IT ) — DELCOUR
Market Power or Bazaar? Market Power Europe and the Natural Gas Sector in Central Asia
REYS Nicolas (FR ) — BAILES
The Evolution of Cyber Security: A Comparative Analysis of the Securitization of Cyberspace in the United States and the European Union
RORIVE Adrien (BE ) — DEFRAIGNE
Le transatlantic trade and investment partnership annonce-t-il le renouveau de la relation Etats-Unis – Union européenne ? Le cas de la régulation financière
Alina MATTISSON LAX (SE ) — HOCKING
EUnited We Stand? Member State Embassy Relations in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK)
Domhnall O'SULLIVAN (IE ) — YOUNGS
The EU and Hezbollah since the Arab Spring: Maintaining Stability in a Sea of Turmoil
Georgina WRIGHT (GB ) — HOCKING
“Winning the Hearts and Minds of Ukrainians”: The Saliency of Public Diplomacy for the Conduct of European External Relations
Leander LEENDERS (BE ) — LANNON
Restrictive Measures ‘The EU way to go’?
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Andreas FORREST (DK ) — Prof. KEUKELEIRE
Commercial Shipping in the High North: An Assessment of the EU’s Foreign Policy Towards the Arctic
Johannes THEISS (DE ) — Prof. MEERTS
The Process of Negotiating Military Intervention in Libya: How NATO Unites on ‘Unified Protector’
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Nicholas TODD (GB ) — Prof. PHINNEMORE
Theory on Trial: Why Has the EU Emphasised Cooperation with the ICTY for the States of the Former Yugoslavia?
Sylvain DUHAMEL (FR ) — Prof. de WILDE d'ESTMAEL
L’usage des mesures restrictives autonomes de l’Union européenne: deux poids deux mesures ou des mesures de poids ?
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Thomas STIEGLER (DE ) — Prof. MEERTS
Reaching for a Calculator or a Mirror? : Why Does the EU Join International Human Rights Treaties? A Case Study
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Tressia HOBEIKA (LB ) — Prof. KEUKELEIRE
EU Micro-Rule-of-Law Policies in Lebanon: Abiding by the Rules of the Sectarian Game?
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Anselm Ritter (DE ) — C. Egenhofer
The EU’s Gas Security of Supply Risk Analysis and Management
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Erika Márta SZABÓ (HU ) — S. Gstöhl
Background Vocals. The Role of the Rotating Presidency in the EU’s External Relations Post-Lisbon
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Miruna Adina Puscariu (RO ) — P. Defraigne
L’accord de libre-échange UE-Corée du Sud : la demi-victoire d’un accord ambitieux face au benchmark néo-protectionniste de la clause de sauvegarde
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Roderick Harte (NL ) — S. Fröhlich
The Eu as a Civilian Power Plus in the Post 9/11 International Security Environment. A Critical Assessment of the CSDP Missions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia
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Thomas Heidener (DK ) — C. Damro
As Time Goes By: EU Climate Change Actorness from Rio to Copenhagen
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