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Albertazzi, D. (2002) Recent studies of the Lega Nord. Modern Italy, 7 (2). pp. 209-213. ISSN 1353-2944.

Anderson, P. and Keil, S. (2017) Federalism: a tool for conflict resolution? Online: Website Project 50 Shades of Federalism.

Anderson, P. and Keil, S. (2016) Minority nationalism and the European Union: the cases of Scotland and Catalonia. Le Europe en Formation, 379. pp. 1-18. ISSN 0154-9928.

Arkan, Z. and Keil, S. (2016) The role of discursive consistency in EU foreign policy: an analysis of EU enlargement policy toward the Western Balkans. In: Carey, H., ed. The Challenges of European Governance in the Age of Economic Stagnation, Immigration, and Refugees. 1 ed. Lanham, Boulder, New York, London: Lexington Books. pp. 393-404 ISBN 9780739166901


Balzacq, T. and Hadfield, A. (2012) Differentiation and trust: Prüm and the institutional design of EU internal security. Cooperation and Conflict, 47 (4). pp. 539-561. ISSN 0010-8367.

Barrinha, A. (2016) Progressive realism and the EU’s international actorness: towards a grand strategy? Journal of European Integration. ISSN 0703-6337.

Bristow, J. (2016) Remain voters, quit the granny-bashing. spiked.


Carrapico, H. and Barrinha, A. (2017) The EU as a coherent (cyber)security actor? Journal Of Common Market Studies. ISSN 0021-9886.

Cashman, L. (2008) Put your own house in order first: local perceptions of EU influence on Romani integration policies in the Czech Republic. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 4 (3). pp. 193-208. ISSN 1815-347X.


Dzankic, J. and Keil, S. (2017) State-sponsored populism and the rise of populist governance: the case of Montenegro. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. ISSN 1944-8953.


Fitzgibbon, J. (2012) Citizens against Europe: civil society and Eurosceptic protest in Denmark, Ireland and the UK. In: University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) Comparative Research Network on Euroscepticism Workshop, 18th February 2012, University of Surrey.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2013) Citzens against Europe? Civil society and Eurosceptic protest in Ireland, the United Kingdom and Denmark. Journal of Common Market Studies, 51 (1). pp. 105-121. ISSN 1468-5965.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2007) Civil society and Euroscepticism: new dimensions of active European citizenship. In: CINEFOGO (Civil Society and New Forms of Government) Network of Excellence Summer School, University of Aberdeen.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2007) Eurosceptic protest movements: Ireland and UK compared. In: Politics Research in Progress, EPERN (European Parties and Referendums Network), University of Sussex.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2008) Euroscepticism in Estonia. In: Post-Graduate Student Presentation Conference, 19th November 2008, Tartu EuroCollege, University of Tartu, Estonia.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2009) Ireland's no to Lisbon: learning the lessons from the failure of the yes and the success of the no side. Working Paper. Brighton: Sussex European Institute.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2009) Ireland, Britain and Europe: lessons from Lisbon. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, 9th-11th October 2009, Liverpool Hope University.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2008) Ireland’s first referendum on Europe. In: EU-Consent: Democracy Standing Group Annual Conference, University of Latvia, Riga.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2009) Ireland’s second vote on Lisbon. In: Invited Lecture, 28th October 2009, Centre for the Study of European Governance, University of Nottingham.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2008) It’s the end of the EU as we know it and Ireland feels fine: Ireland and the Lisbon treaty vote. In: Sussex European Institute and EPERN (European Parties and Referendums Network) Special Roundtable Discussion on the Irish Lisbon Referendum, University of Sussex.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2012) Mobilization for a new Europe? The no campaigns in Irish and French EU referendums compared. In: Euroscepticism and the Future Direction of the European Project (UACES workshop), 27th June 2012, University of the West of England, Bristol.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2013) Non-party based Euroscepticism in Britain. In: 7es Journées Scientifiques de l'Université: La Recherche à l'Université du Sud Toulon-Var, 9th April 2013, Université du Sud, Toulon Var.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2009) Opposing Europe in Estonia: society trumps politics. In: 1989 - 20 Years On, IARCEES 2009 Annual Conference, 8-9th May, 2009, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2007) Political parties and civil society in perfect harmony: the case of Ireland and the Nice Treaty referendums. In: ECPR European Parties Summer School, European University Institute, Florence.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2009) Referendum briefing paper no. 17: the second referendum on the Treaty of Lisbon in the Republic of Ireland, 2nd October 2009. Working Paper. Brighton: Sussex European Institute.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2011) Why is the UK so Eurosceptic? A comparative analysis of the Eurosceptic state. In: British Cultural Studies: the UK in the Context of Europe, 27th-29th October 2011, Cluj-Napocea, Romania.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2010) The failure of political parties and the triumph of civil society: Ireland’s two Lisbon votes in wider perspective. In: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Porto.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2010) The second referendum on the Treaty of Lisbon in Ireland. Representation, 46 (2). pp. 227-239. ISSN 0034-4893.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2007) The triumph of strategy over ideology? Euroscepticism in the Irish party system. In: Populism and Euroscepticism Conference, University of Paris X, Nanterre.

Fitzgibbon, J. (2008) The triumph of strategy over ideology? – Euroscepticism in the Irish party system. In: Neumayer, L., ed. L’Europe contestée: Espaces et Enjeux des Positionnements Contre l'Intégration Européenne. Paris: Houdiard. ISBN 9782912673862

Fitzgibbon, J. and Guerra, S. (2010) Not just Europeanization, not necessarily populism: potential factors underlying the mobilisation of populism in Ireland and Poland. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 11 (3). pp. 273-291. ISSN 1570-5854.

Fitzgibbon, J. and Guerra, S. (2008) Not just Europeanization, not necessarily populism: potential factors underlying the mobilisation of populism in Ireland and Poland. In: Is Populism a Side-Effect of the Europeanization of Political Competition?, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Rennes.


Hadfield, A. (2018) Britain against the world? foreign and security policy in the 'age of Brexit'. In: Martill, B. and Staiger, U., eds. Brexit and Beyond: Rethinking the Futures of Europe. London: UCL Press. pp. 174-183 ISBN 9781787352759

Hadfield, A. (2009) ENP and EMP: the geopolitics of 'enlargement lite'. In: Balzacq, T., ed. The External Dimensions of EU Justice and Home Affairs: Governance, Neighbours, Security. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 65-110 ISBN 9780230219779

Hadfield, A. (2017) EU member states and the European neighbourhood policy. In: Schumacher, T., Marchetti, A. and Demmelhuber, T., eds. The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy. Routledge. ISBN 9781138913721

Hadfield, A. (2017) The EU's global image. In: Dinan, D., Nugent, N. and Paterson, W., eds. European Union in Crisis. The European Union Series. London: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 294-315 ISBN 978-1-137-60425-5

Hadfield, A. (2016) EU-Russia strategic energy culture: progressive convergence or regressive dilemma? Geopolitics, 21 (4). 779 -798. ISSN 1465-0045.

Hadfield, A. (2010) Pipelines or pipedreams? The role of energy in the ENP. Chatham House Briefing Notes.

Hadfield, A. (2016) Report: EU à la carte? Chapter: European energy security in the age of Brexit. Technical Report. Brussels: EU Publications Office. ISBN 978-92-79-62014-0.

Hadfield, A. and Fiott, D. (2013) Europe and the rest of the world. Journal Of Common Market Studies, 51 (S1). pp. 168-182. ISSN 0021-9886.

Hadfield, A. and Hammond, M. (2016) Kent and Medway: making a success of Brexit: a sectoral appraisal. Research Report. Canterbury: Centre for European Studies.

Hadfield, A. and Hammond, Mark (2017) Kent and Medway: Making a Success of Brexit: A Sectoral Appraisal of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and the Rural Economy. Research Report. Canterbury: Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS).

Hadfield, A., Manners, I. and Whitman, R., eds. (2017) Foreign policies of EU member states: continuity and europeanisation. Routledge. ISBN 9780415670067.

Hadfield, A. and Summerby-Murray, R. (2017) Emerging European geographies: the Erasmus program and Its effect on the east-west divide in a time of economic crisis. In: Hashimoto, T. and Rhimes, M., eds. Reviewing European Union Accession: Unexpted Results, Spillover Effects, and Externalities. Law in Eastern Europe, 67. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill; Nijhoff. pp. 137-1457 ISBN 9789004316478

Heinemann-Gruder, A., Keil, S., Woelk, J. and Kossler, K. (2017) Intergovernmental relations: meaning and relevance for conflict management. In: Buehler, H., Luther, S. and Siegner, M., eds. Federalism and Conflict Management. Munich: Hanns Seidel Foundation. pp. 15-22 ISBN 9783887955281


Keil, S. (2012) Federalism as a tool of conflict resolution: the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Le Europe en Formation, 54 (363). pp. 205-218. ISSN 0014-2808.

Keil, S. (2017) Föderalismus in Bosnien und Herzegowina. In: Flessenkemper, T. and Moll, N., eds. Das Politische System Bosnien und Herzegowinas - Herausforderungen zwischen Dayton-Friendsabkommen und EU Annäherung. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. pp. 77-90 ISBN 9783531185019

Keil, S. (2015) Power-sharing success and failures in the Western Balkans. In: Keil, S. and Perry, V., eds. State-Building and Democratization in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Southeast European Studies. Farnham: Ashgate. pp. 193-212 ISBN 9781472416407

Keil, S. (2017) The Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Kosovo. European Review of International Studies, 4 (2-3). pp. 5-30.

Keil, S. (2018) The business of state Capture and the rise of Authoritarianism in Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. Southeastern Europe, 42 (1). pp. 59-82. ISSN 0094-4467.

Keil, S. and Arkan, Z. (2014) Conclusion: theory and practice of EU member-state building in the western Balkans. In: Keil, S. and Arkan, Z., eds. The EU and Member State Building: European Foreign Policy in the Western Balkans. Intervention and Statebuilding. Routledge. ISBN 9780415855181

Keil, S. and Arkan, Z., eds. (2014) The EU and member statebuilding: EU foreign policy and intervention in the Western Balkans. Routledge Studies in Intervention and Statebuilding. Routledge. ISBN 9780415855181.

Keil, S. and Bransden, S. (2015) The European Union as a federal project. In: Gagnon, A., Keil, S. and Mueller, S., eds. Understanding Federalism and Federation. Federalism Studies. Farnham: Ashgate. pp. 215-232 ISBN 9781472433893

Keil, S. and Munz, A., Keil, S. and Munz, A., eds. (2018) Shades of federalism, volume 2. 2 ed. Shades of Federalism, 2. Yangon: Hanns Seidel Foundation.

Keil, S. and Perry, V (2015) Introduction: state-building and democratization in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In: Keil, S. and Perry, V., eds. State-Building and Democratization in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Southeast European Studies. Farnham: Ashgate. pp. 1-14 ISBN 9781472416407

Keil, S. and Woelk, J. (2017) In search of functionality and acceptance: the distribution of competences in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In: Karlhofer, Ferdinand and Pallaver, Guenther, eds. Federal Power-Sharing in Europe. 1 ed. Baden Baden: Nomos. pp. 119-146 ISBN 9783848740437

Kuzemko, C. and Hadfield, A. (2016) Defining and projecting EU energy policy. In: Godzimirski, J., ed. EU Leadership in Energy and Enviornmental Governance? Global and Local Challenges and Responses. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 21-50 ISBN 9781137502766

Köker, P. (2015) Book review: Hloušek, Vít, ed., 2013 Presidents above parties? Presidents in Central and Eastern Europe, their formal competencies and informal power. CEU Political Science Review, 10 (1-2). pp. 147-150. ISSN 1992-3147.

Köker, P. (2015) Book review: Institutional design and party government in post-Communist Europe. Europe-Asia Studies, 67 (10). pp. 1727-1728. ISSN 0966-8136.

Köker, P. (2016) Latvia – Party conflict and presidential initiative in government formation. Presidential Power.

Köker, P. (2013) Latvia – President Bērziņš and the difficulties of forming a new government. Presidential Power.

Köker, P. (2017) Presidential activism and veto power in central and eastern Europe. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783319519135.

Köker, P. (2014) Semi-structured elite interviews in a nested analysis framework: studying presidential activism in Central and Eastern Europe. SAGE Research Methods Cases. pp. 1-17.


Ledeneva, A., Bratu, R. and Köker, P. (2017) Corruption studies for the twenty-first century: paradigm shifts and innovative approaches. The Slavonic and East European Review (SEER), 95 (1). pp. 1-20. ISSN 0037-6795.

Ledeneva, A., Bratu, R. and Köker, P., eds. (2017) Innovations in corruption studies. Cambridge: Modern Humanities Research Association. ISBN 9781781886311.


Perry, V. and Keil, S. (2018) The business of state capture in the Western Balkans an introduction. Southeastern Europe, 42 (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 0094-4467.


Thomas, P. (2006) Images and economic development in the cross-channel Euroregion. Geography, 91 (1). pp. 13-22. ISSN 0016-7487.

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