Research & publications

The College of Europe publishes a series of research papers and policy briefs dedicated to the analysis of European Union affairs from multiple disciplinary perspectives. They offer platforms for debate to visiting professors, staff and students as well as external contributors. A certain number of these publications are related to transatlantic affairs.

The academic staff of the College of Europe also regularly publishes on topics of transatlantic relevance.

Research Papers

The Syrian Conflict and Russia’s Search for Regional Hegemony in a Contested Middle East: Implications for the Euro-Atlantic Community

  • EU Diplomacy Papers, 10/2017 (October 2017)
  • Brice DIDIER, Academic Assistant, Transatlantic Affairs Programme, College of Europe
     

The Role of the US in EU-China Relations

  • EU-China Observer, Issue #1.17 (April 2017)
     

United in Ambiguity? EU and NATO Approaches to Hybrid Warfare and Hybrid Threats

  • EU Diplomacy Papers, 5/2017 (April 2017)
  • Jan Jakub UZIĘBŁO, Alumnus of the Chopin Promotion
     

TTIP and Dispute Settlement: Potential Consequences for the Autonomous EU Legal Order

  • Research Papers in Law, 1/2016 (July 2016)
  • Inge GOVAERE, Jean Monnet Chair in EU Legal Studies, Ghent University, Director of the Ghent European Law Institute (G.E.L.I.), and Director of the European Legal Studies Department of the College of Europe
     

Going Beyond Pure Economics: The EU’s Strategic Motivation to Negotiate the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

  • Bruges Political Research Papers, No. 51 (March 2016) 
  • Tobias KELLNER, Alumnus of the Falcone & Borsellino promotion
     

Prospects for Security on the European Continent 

  • EU Diplomacy Papers, 5/2015 (August 2015)
  • Rannvá CLEMENTSEN, Tim GEMERS, Raphaël LEMAHIEU, Andrea SAVIOLO, Alumni of the College of Europe, and Mark SHEETZ, Fulbright-NATO Chair of Security Studies at the College of Europe (2014-15) 
     

The Atlantic – A Bridge Too Far? TTIP’s Provenance, Prospects and Pitfalls

  • EU Diplomacy Papers, 2/2015 (April 2015)
  • Jonatan THOMPSON (ed.), Senior Academic Assistant, Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies

 

College of Europe Policy Briefs

European Union and United States approaches towards Egypt: the trap of short-term realism

  • #12.17 (November 2017)
  • Brice DIDIER, Academic Assistant, Transatlantic Affairs Programme, College of Europe
     

Global Politics and the Evolving EU-US-China Triangle: An Opportunity for EU Leadership?

  • #10.17 (November 2017)
  • Francesco Saverio MONTESANO, Research Assistant, Baillet-Latour Chair of EU-China Relations, Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies, College of Europe
     

The Trump Administration and Europe

  • #4.17 (April 2017)
  • Robert PFALTZGRAFF, Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of International Security Studies, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
     

Transatlantic trade agreements and adjudication without ‘protection of citizens’ and their fundamental rights?

  • #15.16 (October 2016)
  • Ernst-Ulrich PETERSMANN, Emeritus Professor of International and European Law, European University Institute
     

Looking Forward from the Warsaw NATO Summit: What Next for the Alliance?

  • #13.16 (July 2016)
  • Zachary SELDEN, Fulbright-NATO Security Studies Chair, Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies, College of Europe (Academic Year 2015-16); Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Florida.

 

Other Publications by College of Europe staff

Special 20th Anniversary Issue of the European Foreign Affairs Review, “Transatlantic Leadership in a Global Perspective” edited by Sieglinde GSTÖHL, Jörg MONAR and Nanette NEUWAHL, European Foreign Affairs Review, vol. 21, no. 3, 2016.

  • “The Case for an Ambitious Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and Sustainable Trade” (pp. 315–317)

Cecilia MALMSTRÖM, European Commissioner for Trade.
 

  • “Introduction to the 20th Anniversary Issue of the European Foreign Affairs Review Transatlantic Leadership in a Global Perspective: Challenges and Opportunities” (pp. 319–327)

Sieglinde GSTÖHL, Professor and Director of Studies, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department, College of Europe;

Jörg MONAR, Professor and Rector, College of Europe;

Nanette NEUWAHL, Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law, Université de Montréal, and Visiting Professor, Université de Montpellier.
 

  • ”Historical Forms of US-European Cooperation: Combination or ‘Only’ Coordination?” (pp. 329–354)

Alan K. HENRIKSON, Lee E. Dirks Professor of Diplomatic History and Director of Diplomatic Studies, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, and Fulbright Schuman Professor of US-EU Relations (2010-2011), College of Europe.
 

  • “Are Values Diverging Across the Atlantic?” (pp. 355–363)

William WALLACE, Right Honourable Lord of Saltaire, House of Lords.
 

  • “Rule-Makers or Rule-Takers?: An American Perspective on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership” (pp. 365–382)

Daniel S. HAMILTON, The Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at John Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies.
 

  • “Choosing Europe or Choosing TTIP?: The European Union and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership” (pp. 383–401)

John PETERSON, Professor of International Politics at the University of Edinburgh.
 

  • “The State of the Transatlantic Alliance” (pp. 403–413)

James GOLDGEIER, Dean of the School of International Service at American University.
 

  • “Transatlantic Leadership in a Multipolar World: The EU Perspective” (pp. 415–429)

Stefan FRÖHLICH, Professor for International Politics, University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Visiting Professor, College of Europe.
 

  • “The Prospects for Transatlantic Leadership in an Evolving Multipolar World” (pp. 431-447)

Simon SCHUNZ, Professor, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department, College of Europe; Research Fellow, United Nations University – Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), Bruges.

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