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  1. 2019
  2. Stanivukovic, S. (2019). Normative Power Europe, Democratization, and Challenges of Complexity. In M. Neuman (Ed.), Democracy Promotion and the Normative Power Europe Framework : The European Union in South Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia (pp. 161-187). New York: Springer.
  3. Egger, C., & Varaine, S. (2019). Pourquoi l'UE semble-t-elle incapable de se coordonner face à la "crise des migrants"? In S. Persico, & S. Saurugger (Eds.), Sauver l’Europe ? Les citoyens, les élections et la gouvernance par gros temps Dalloz.
  4. Olbrich, P. (2019). Security and Technology: Unraveling the Politics in Satellite Imagery of North Korea. In M. Hoijtink, & M. Leese (Eds.), Technology and Agency in International Relations (1 ed., pp. 66-87). Routledge.
  5. Holzhacker, R., & Agussalim, D. (Eds.) (2019). Sustainable Development Goals in Southeast Asia and ASEAN: National and Regional Approaches. (1 ed.) (Political Ecology in the Asia Pacific Region; Vol. 1). Leiden, Boston: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004391949
  6. Guillaume, X. (2019). The duty of care and deterritorialized citizenship: from governing citizenship to acts of citizenship. In N. Græger, & H. Leira (Eds.), The Duty of Care in International Relations: Protecting Citizens Beyond the Border (1 ed., pp. 105-117). Routledge.
  7. Harst, van der, J. (2019). Three men, one job: The presidency of the European Commission, 1986-2000. In V. Dujardin (Ed.), The European Commission 1986-2000: History and memories of an Institution (pp. 57-67). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union .
  8. Campbell-Verduyn, M. (2019). What does Technology Do? Blockchains, Co-Production, and Extensions of Liberal Market Governance in Anglo-American Finance. In M. Hoijtink, & M. Leese (Eds.), Technology and Agency in International Relations (1 ed.). (Emerging Technologies, Ethics and International Affairs). Routledge.
  9. 2018
  10. Lobo-Guerrero, L. (2018). On the epistemology of maps and mapping: De la Cosa, Mercator and the making of spatial imaginaries. In P. Bargués-Pedreny, D. Chandler, & E. Simon (Eds.), Mapping and Politics in a Digital Age (pp. 20-38). Routledge.
  11. Kamminga, M. R. (2018). Reinhold Niebuhr: the continuing relevance of his Christian realism. In R. Schuett, & M. Hollingworth (Eds.), The Edinburgh Companion to Political Realism (pp. 252-264). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  12. Gevers, I., Kerckhoffs, D. (Ed.), Kuitenbtouwer, K. (Ed.), Lobo-Guerrero, L. (Ed.), Smits, M. (Ed.), & van der Tuin, I. (Ed.) (2018). Robot Love: Can we learn from robots about love? Houten: Terra Lannoo.
  13. Zwitter, A., & Herman, J. (Eds.) (2018). Blockchain for Sustainable Development Goals: #Blockchain4SDGs - Report 2018. (7-2018 ed.) Leeuwarden: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
  14. Hönke, J. (2018). Port Geographies: Africa’s Infrastructure Boom and the Reconfiguration of Power and Authority. In J. Schubert, U. Engel, & E. Macamo (Eds.), Extractive Industries and Changing State Dynamics in Africa : Beyond the Resource Curse (pp. 41-56). (Routledge Studies in African Development). Routledge.
  15. Harryvan, A. G., & van der Harst, J. (2018). From free cross-border movement to backing legitimacy: European citizenship in a political-historical perspective, 1970-2000. In J. van der Harst, G. Hoogers, & G. Voerman (Eds.), European Citizenship in Perspective: History, Politics and Law (pp. 42-61). Cheltenham : Edward Elgar.
  16. Voogsgeerd, H., (2018). Case note: ECLI:EU:C:2018:63: TvAO/15042, No. C-359/16, No. ECLI:EU:C:2018:63, 6 p., (Tijdschrift voor Arbeid en Ondernemening; Vol. 2018, No. 2).
  17. Shim, D. (2018). Satellite Vision and Geographical Imagination. In J. Riquet, & E. Kollmann (Eds.), Spatial Modernities: Geography, Narrative, Imaginaries (Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature). Boca Raton: Routledge.
  18. Guillaume, X., Vuori, J., & Andersen, R. (2018). Making norms visible: police uniforms and the social meaning of policing. In J. Vuori, & R. Saugmann (Eds.), Visual Aspects of Security: Sights and Spectacles of Insecurity and War (pp. 150-170). (Routledge New Security Studies). Oxford: Routledge.
  19. Sezal, M. (2018). From Critical to Post-Critical Theory in International Relations: Revitalizing Meta-Theoretical Discussions. Paper presented at ISA 59th Annual Convention, San Fracisco, United States.
  20. Shim, D. (2018). Satellites. In R. Bleiker (Ed.), Visual Global Politics (Interventions). Routledge.
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