The Greater European Journal Vol.2 Num.1 2020
In our second issue, published admist what can only be described as an "eventful" year, we wish to present an interesting and insighful cross-section of research from across the continent, reaching all the way from legal troubles in Britain to Japanese foreign policy. As always, we highly thank the authors and peer reviewers for their excellent work, and of course you the readers, for always keeping us going!
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Western Europe And Atlantic
Intra-Institutional Europeanisation In Action: Dg Near And Dg Just Side-By-Side Fight In The Battle For The Rule Of Law
By Martina Di Gaetano
Brief Critical Approach To The New Eu-Uk Relationship Agreement Through International Law
By Diego Sánchez Borjas
Central And South East Europe
The Power Of Populism In Foreign Policy Discourse- The Case Of The Czech President
By Joya Fadel
To What Extent Can Turkish (Neo)-Ottomanism Challenge The Eu In The Balkans?
By Jakub Stepaniuk
Eastern Europe And Russia
European Union And Eap Countries։ A Successful Case Of Association
By Suren Minasyan
A Greater European Fta: Economic Gains Yet Socio-Political Pains For Moscow?
By Michael Martin Richter
Middle East And North Africa
Everlasting Is Their Heritage: Benjamin Netanyahu’s Historical Revisionism
By Robin F.C. Schmahl
Russia’s Tightrope Diplomacy In The Middle East – Feet Of Clay Or Solid Grounds?
By Timothée Albessard
The Partnership Agreements With Japan As A Part Of Structural Foreign Policy
By Yuki Moritani