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Routledge Handbook of EU–Middle East Relations

Edited by: Dimitris Bouris , Daniela Huber , Michelle Pace

Print publication date:  December  2021
Online publication date:  December  2021

Print ISBN: 9780367330767
eBook ISBN: 9780429317873
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429317873
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Book description

EU?Middle East relations are multifaceted, varied and complex, shaped by historical, political, economic, migratory, social and cultural dynamics. Covering these relations from a broad perspective that captures continuities, ruptures and entanglements, this handbook provides a clearer understanding of trends, thus contributing to a range of different turns in international relations.

The interdisciplinary and diverse assessments through which readers may grasp a more nuanced comprehension of the intricate entanglements in EU?Middle East relations are carefully provided in these pages by leading experts in the various (sub)fields, including academics, think-tankers, as well as policymakers. The volume offers original reflections on historical constructions; theoretical approaches; multilateralism and geopolitical perspectives; contemporary issues; peace, security and conflict; and development, economics, trade and society.

This handbook provides an entry point for an informed exploration of the multiple themes, actors, structures, policies and processes that mould EU?Middle East relations. It is designed for policymakers, academics and students of all levels interested in politics, international and global studies, contemporary history, regionalism and area studies.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Europe and the Ottoman Empire Download PDF
Chapter  3:  French and British colonialism and its legacy in the MENA region Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Longue-durée reflections on anti-colonial movements in the Middle East (1798–today) Download PDF
Chapter  5:  A postcolonial critique of EU–Middle East relations Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Everyday Middle Easts Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The EU's constructions of the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Security within and beyond the borders of Europe Download PDF
Chapter  9:  International Relations theory and EU–Middle East relations Download PDF
Chapter  10:  From descriptive and evaluative accounts to causal explanations for EU–Middle East relations Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Postcolonial theory and EU–Middle East relations Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Feminist and queer perspectives on EU–Middle East relations Download PDF
Chapter  13:  In the shadow of the European neighbourhood Download PDF
Chapter  14:  The EU and Arab regionalism Download PDF
Chapter  15:  The EU and the Gulf Cooperation Council Download PDF
Chapter  16:  EU foreign policy incoherence in the United Nations Download PDF
Chapter  17:  The transatlantic relationship and the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Turkey and the European Union in the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Russia and the EU in the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Perceptions of the EU Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Populist politics in Europe and their impact on EU relations with the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  22:  EU–Israeli relations Download PDF
Chapter  23:  On EU–Arab democratisation  Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Moderate Islamist parties in the MENA region and Europe Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Inter-religious dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean region Download PDF
Chapter  26:  EU–Egypt relations at a crossroads Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Winds of change? Negotiating gender relations Download PDF
Chapter  28:  The European Union and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Download PDF
Chapter  29:  EU–Lebanon relations Download PDF
Chapter  30:  The EU in post-2003 Iraq Download PDF
Chapter  31:  EU–Afghanistan relations Download PDF
Chapter  32:  EU–Syria relations Download PDF
Chapter  33:  The European Union and Yemen Download PDF
Chapter  34:  The EU and Iran Download PDF
Chapter  35:  EU–Middle East relations and the fight against terrorism Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Aid, security and fortress Europe Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Migration and refugees in EU–Middle East relations Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Europe and MENA youth Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Assessing EU–Middle East trade relations Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Their violence or ours? Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Clean growth for the benefit of both? Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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