Webpages tagged with «Cooperation and conflict»
This brief addresses the principles, strengths and weaknesses the EU brings to international security operations, how these have developed over recent years across several policy areas, and how this may be understood in relation to the Union’s pursuit of global justice.
The EU has been commended for its engagement with women and the local indigenous population in its mission in Chad. However, from a postcolonial perspective, it can be argued that the EU's personnel displayed specific Western assumptions in their operation, explains Lea Augenstein.
Karin Aggestam (Lund University) and Jennifer Cassidy (University of Oxford) explains what a feminist foreign policy is and discuss whether the EU's foreign policy is feminist.
GLOBUS researchers chaired the panel The European Union: Promoting or obstructing global justice? at the EUSA conference in Denver, Colorado in May 2019. They also participated in various other panels at the conference.
On 25-26 April 2019, University College Dublin hosted a workshop on conflict, security and global justice.
Ben Tonra held a presentation for students in the Master of European Studies Programme at KU Leuven on 20 November 2018.
On Thursday 23 August, University College Dublin held a GLOBUS research seminar. It focused on a range of issues such as gender, climate change, European foreign policy, and development.
Michela Ceccorulli and Sonia Lucarelli have published a chapter in the book EU Security Strategies: Extending the EU System of Security Governance.
The EU’s approach to crisis management is characterised by a prioritisation of state consent and neutrality rather than engaging in conflict resolution and giving local stakeholders a voice, argues Ben Tonra.