Bibliography by EUNPACK members

Giovanni Faleg

  • (2013) “Epistemic communities and the emergence of security sector reform in the EU security architecture”, in Dursun-Ozkanca, O. (ed), The European Union as an Actor in Security Sector Reform: Current Practices and Challenges of Implementation, Routledge
  • (2012) Europe and the Middle East: the hour of the EU?, co-edited with Birte Wassenberg, Euroclio Studies and Documents, Peter Lang
  • (2010) L’OTAN et l’Europe: quels liens pour la sécurité et la défense européenne?, co-edited with Birte Wassenberg and Martin W. Mlodecki, Euroclio Studies and Documents, Peter Lang

Ingo Peters

  • Peters, I. (ed.) 2016. The European Union’s Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective. Beyond the “Actorness and Power” Debate, London and New York: Routledge.
  • Peters, I. & Diallo, M. 2016. The European Union’s, the United Nations’ and the United States’ missions and operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo in comparative perspective, 228-259. In: Peters, I. (ed.) The European Union's Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective. Beyond the "Actorness and Power" Debate. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Peters, I. 2016. Introduction. The European Union's Foreign Policy 'Actorness and Power'. Foundations of and Challenges for a Comparative Research Design, 1-38. In: Peters, I. (ed.) The European Union's Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective. Beyond the "Actorness and Power" Debate. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Peters, I. 2016. Conclusions: the EU’s foreign policy “actorness and power”, 260-80. In: Peters, I. (ed.) The European Union's Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective. Beyond the "Actorness and Power" Debate. London and New York: Routledge.
  • (2013) Legitimacy of International Organizations: The case of the OSCE. In: Legitimacy and International Organizations edited by Dominik Zaum, 196-220. Publisher:  Oxford University Press.

Jérôme Heurtaux

  • Heurtaux J., Zalewski F., Introduction à l'Europe postcommuniste, Bruxelles, De Boeck, coll. "ouvertures politiques", 2012.
  • Heurtaux J., Pellen C. (dir.), 1989 à l’Est de l’Europe. Une mémoire controversée, La tour d’Aigues, Editions de l’Aube, 2009.
  • Aït-Aoudia M., Heurtaux J., « Partis politiques et changement de régime », dossier du numéro 30 de Critique internationale, janvier-mars 2006, p. 125-189 (avec une introduction).
  • Heurtaux J., « Le 'printemps arabe' est-il comparable à 'l'automne des peuples' ? », in Alter N., Rosenthal-Sabroux C. (dir.), L'université ouverte. Les enjeux de nos sociétés expliqués à tous (volume 2), Paris, Editions management et société (EMS), 2014.
  • Heurtaux J., « L’analyse des changements de régime en Europe centrale et orientale au prisme piégé de la violence », in Mucchielli L. & Crettiez X. (dir.), Les violences politiques en Europe. Un état des lieux, Paris, La découverte, 2010, p. 293-316.

Jozef Bátora

  • Spence, David and Bátora, Jozef (eds.). 2015. The European External Action Service: European Diplomacy Post-Westphalia. London: Palgrave
  • Bátora, Jozef and Nik Hynek. 2014. Fringe Players and the Diplomatic Order: The ‘New’ Heteronomy. London: Palgrave
  • Bátora, Jozef. 2013. “The ‘Mitrailleuse Effect’: The EEAS as an Interstitial Organization and the Dynamics of Innovation in Diplomacy”. Journal of Common Market Studies. 51(4): 598-613
  • Bátora, Jozef and Monika Mokre. (eds). 2011. Culture and External Relations: Europe and Beyond. Aldrshot: Ashgate
  • Bátora, Jozef. 2005. “Does the European Union Transform the Institution of Diplomacy?”. Journal of European Public Policy, 12(1): 44-66

Kari Margrethe Osland

  • Osland, Kari Margrethe, 2004: The EU Police Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In: Bono, Giovanna & Ståle Ulriksen (eds): The EU, Crisis Management and Peace Support Operations. Special Issue of Journal of International Peacekeeping, Vol 11, No 3, pp. 544– 560
  • Osland, Kari M., 2001: Nasjonenes eller integrasjonens seier? Sikkerhetspolitiske utfordringer på Balkan. In: Internasjonal Politikk. Vol 59, No 3, Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, pp. 395—418
  • Osland, Kari Margrethe, 2014: Much Ado About Nothing? The impact of international assistance to police reform in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia and South Sudan. A Comparative Case Study and Developing a Model for Evaluating Democratic Policing. Oslo: Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo/Akademika publishing, pp. 519
  • Osland, Kari M., Graham Thompson & Andreas Vogt, 2007: Joint Donor Security Sector Needs Assessment (JDSSNA). An independent assessment of the future involvement of the Joint Donor Team in security sector reform in Southern Sudan. NUPI Report: Security in Practice, No 1, Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
  • Osland, Kari M., 2005: The Trial of Slobodan Milosevic. In: Ramet, Sabrina P. & Vjeran Pavlakovic (eds): Serbia since 1989. Politics and Society under Milosevic and After. Seattle: University of Washington Press, pp. 227—251

Marta Králiková

  • Králiková, M.: Slovakia. In: Weidenfeld, W. – Wessels, W. (Eds.): Jahrbuch der Europäischen Integration. Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2015. p. 485-488.
  • Králiková, M.: What The Crisis Has Taught Us About Ourselves. Position Of Slovakia And The Czech Republic On Ukrainian Crisis. In: Kujawa, K.& Morkva, V.(eds): 2014 Crisis in Ukraine. Perspectives, Reflections, International Reverberations. ASLAN Publishing House, 2015.
  • Králiková, M. – Gyárfášová, O. Slovakia. In EU-28 No. 11. Berlin : Institute für Europäische Politik, 2015. Available on-line:

Mateja Peter

  • (forthcoming 2015/16) with Diana Felix da Costa, ‘UN support in the formation of new states: South Sudan, Kosovo and Timor-Leste’. in Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning and John Karlsrud (eds.) UN Peacekeeping Doctrine Towards the Post-Brahimi Era?: Adapting to Stabilization, Protection & New Threats. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • (2015) ‘Between doctrine and practice: The United Nations peacekeeping dilemma’. Global Governance, 21(3).
  • (2015) ‘No exit: The decline of the international administration in Bosnia and Herzegovina’. in Soeren Keil and Valery Perry (eds.) Between a rock and a hard place: Bosnia and Herzegovina stuck or lost in transition?, London: Ashgate.
  • (2014) ‘Emerging powers and peace operations: An agenda for research’. NUPI Policy Brief 10.