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2018
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Nicoletta Pirozzi

EU Member States’ Capabilities in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding: Personnel and Technology

in Global Affairs, Vol. 4, no. 2, p. 141-155

This article provides an overview of Member States’ key capabilities – namely personnel and technology – in light of main EU goals in conflict prevention and peacebuilding, revealing a heterogeneous landscape. While acknowledging that the EU owns some of these capabilities, the article is primarily intended to highlight the assets and manpower available at the national level, with a view to understanding how these capabilities might better support and strengthen the EU’s role in conflict prevention and peacebuilding. Relevant data collected through four case studies – France, Germany, Italy, and Sweden – is used to understand if currently available capabilities are adequate to match EU objectives
Routledge
2018
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Nicoletta Pirozzi - Andréas Litsegård

The EU and Africa: Regionalism and Interregionalism Beyond Institutions

in F. Mattheis and A. Litsegård (eds.) Interregionalism across the Atlantic Space

This book focuses on interregional relations across the Atlantic and the possible evolution of a new, distinctive Atlantic space for international relations. It provides a comprehensive insight into the overlapping linkages of interregionalism in the wider Atlantic space. Additionally, it raises the question of relevance, currently the main question in this field of research: Is interregionalism important because it brings about something new that really matters or is it simply a (perhaps unavoidable) by-product of regionalism?
Springer
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2018
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Articles and Book Chapters
Nicoletta Pirozzi

EU Member States’ Capabilities in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding: Personnel and Technology

in Global Affairs, Vol. 4, no. 2, p. 141-155

This article provides an overview of Member States’ key capabilities – namely personnel and technology – in light of main EU goals in conflict prevention and peacebuilding, revealing a heterogeneous landscape. While acknowledging that the EU owns some of these capabilities, the article is primarily intended to highlight the assets and manpower available at the national level, with a view to understanding how these capabilities might better support and strengthen the EU’s role in conflict prevention and peacebuilding. Relevant data collected through four case studies – France, Germany, Italy, and Sweden – is used to understand if currently available capabilities are adequate to match EU objectives
Routledge
2018
More details
Articles and Book Chapters
Nicoletta Pirozzi - Andréas Litsegård

The EU and Africa: Regionalism and Interregionalism Beyond Institutions

in F. Mattheis and A. Litsegård (eds.) Interregionalism across the Atlantic Space

This book focuses on interregional relations across the Atlantic and the possible evolution of a new, distinctive Atlantic space for international relations. It provides a comprehensive insight into the overlapping linkages of interregionalism in the wider Atlantic space. Additionally, it raises the question of relevance, currently the main question in this field of research: Is interregionalism important because it brings about something new that really matters or is it simply a (perhaps unavoidable) by-product of regionalism?
Springer
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