Pubblicazioni dei Soci

Volumi

Baroncelli Eugenia. 2019. The European Union, the World Bank and the Policymaking of Aid Cooperation among Developers. Routledge.

Belloni Roberto. 2019. The Rise and Fall of Peacebuilding in the Balkans. Houndmills: Palgrave

Bolgherini Silvia e d’Ottavio Gabriele. 2019. La Germania sospesa. Il Mulino. 

Cassani Andrea e Tomini Luca. 2019. Autocratization in post-Cold War political regimes. Palgrave Macmillan.

Coticchia Fabrizio e Davidson Jason W. 2019. Italian Foreign Policy during Matteo Renzi’s Government. A Domestically Focused Outsider and the World. Lexington.

Donà Alessia. 2019. La politica dei diritti umani. Politiche, istituzioni e processi. Pearson.

Giannone Diego. 2019. In perfetto stato. Indicatori globali e politiche di valutazione dello Stato neoliberale. Mimesis.

Isernia Pierangelo e  Longo Francesca (a cura di). 2019. La politica estera italiana nel nuovo millennio. Il Mulino.

Lippi Andrea. 2019. Dinamiche di legittimazione politica. Il Mulino. 

Maino Franca  e Razetti Federico. 2019. Fare rete per fare welfare. Dalle aziende ai territori: strumenti, attori, processi. Giappichelli.

Maritato Chiara. 2020. Women, Religion, and the State in Contemporary Turkey” (Cambridge University Press 2020

Monteleone Carla. 2019.  Italy in Uncertain Times. Europeanizing Foreign Policy in the Declining Process of the American Hegemony. Lexington Books

Morini Marco. 2020. Lessons from Trump’s Political Communication. How to Dominate the Media Environment. London: Palgrave.

Passarelli Gianluca. 2019.Preferential Voting Systems. Influence on Intra-Party Competition and Voting Behavior, Palgrave. 

Salvati Eugenio. 2019. Il Parlamento Europeo. Tra crisi del processo di integrazione e politicizzazione dell’Unione Europea. Mondadori Università.

Schadee, Hans; Segatti, Paolo; Vezzoni, Cristiano. 2019. L’Apocalisse della democrazia italiana. Alle origini di due terremoti elettorali, Il Mulino

 Scotto Angelo. 2018. Emergenza permanente. L’Italia e le politiche per l’immigrazione. Epoké. 

Tentoni Luca. 2018. Capitali regionali. Le elezioni politiche nei capoluoghi di regione 1946-2018. Il Mulino.

Zulianello Mattia. 2019. Anti-system parties: from parliamentary breakthrough to government. Routledge.

Contributi in volumi

Amadio Viceré, Maria Giulia and Frontini, Andrea (2019) Paths towards resilience: examining EU and NATO responses to the Tunisian and Egyptian political transitions’, in Eugenio Cusumano and Stefan Hofmaier, S. (eds.) Projecting Resilience across the Mediterranean (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 247-268.

Fulvio Attinà. 2019. European Union security policy and initiatives in the Asia-Pacific, in Song Weiqing and Jianwei Wang, eds., The European Union in the Asia-Pacific. Rethinking Europe’s strategies and policies, Manchester, Manchester University Press, pp. 59-72. 

Irrera Daniela. 2019. Regional Variations and Crisis. Regional Variations and Crisis Comparing European Union and Association of Southeast Asian Nations Integration Dynamics (with Rueben Wong), in The European Union and beyond, Jae-Jae Spoon and Nils Ringe (eds.), ECPR Press, Rowan & Littlefield, London, pp. 215-236, 2019.

Irrera Daniela. 2019. NGOs and Security in Conflict Zones in Thomas Davies (eds.), ‘Routledge Handbook of NGOs and International Relations’, London, Routledge, 2019.

Natalizia Gabriele. 2020. Il conflitto in Libia come riflesso della crisi dell’ordine internazionale in A.F. Biagini (ed.) Tripoli, Italia. La politica di potenza nel Mediterraneo e la crisi dell’ordine internazionale. Roma: Castelvecchi.

Termine Lorenzo. 2020. Un mondo diverso. La politica estera italiana verso la Libia dopo il 2011 in A.F. Biagini (ed.) Tripoli, Italia. La politica di potenza nel Mediterraneo e la crisi dell’ordine internazionale. Roma: Castelvecchi.

Articoli

Amadio Vicerè, G., Tercovich, G. and Carta, C. (2020) The post-Lisbon high representatives: an introduction, European Security 29(3): 259-274.

Amadio Vicerè, G. (2020) Looking towards the East: the High Representative’s role in EU foreign policy on Kosovo and Ukraine European Security 29(3): 337-358.

Ceccorulli, M. 2019. ‘Back to Schengen’: the collective securitization of the EU-free border area’, West European Politics, 42, 2. 

De Giorgi, E. e Cancela, J. 2019. The Portuguese Radical Left Parties Supporting Government: From Policy-Takers to Policymakers? Government and Opposition: An International Journal of Comparative Politics, 1–20.

Fontana, I. 2020. Migration Crisis, Organised Crime and Domestic Politics in Italy: Unfolding the Interplay, South European Society and Politics, 25 (1):49-74.

Irrera, I. 2019. Non-governmental Search and Rescue Operations in the Mediterranean: Challenge or Opportunity for the EU?’, European Foreign Affairs Review 24, no. 3 (2019): 265–286.

Natalizia, G. e M. Valigi. 2020. From Reset to Restart. The US-Russia Cyclical Relationship in the Post-Cold War. The International Spectator 55(3).

Natalizia, G. e M. Morini. 2020. Sleeping with the Enemy : The not-so-constant Italian stance towards Russia. Italian Political Science 15(1) : 1-18. 

Natalizia, G., & Termine, L. (2020). Tracing the modes of China’s revisionism in the Indo-Pacific: A comparison with pre-1941 Shōwa Japan. Italian Political Science Review/Rivista Italiana Di Scienza Politica, 1-17. 

Pasquino, G. e Valbruzzi, M. (a cura di) [2019], “The 2019 European Elections in Comparative Perspective. A Bittersweet Victory for the Italian ‘Sovranisti’”, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, vol. 24, n. 5, pp. 641-756.

Special Issues

F. Di Mascio and S. Piattoni (2020), Fighting Corruption in the Developed World: Dimensions, Patterns, Remedies, special issue Politics and Governance, Volume 8, Issue 2.

Renata Lizzi e Andrea Pritoni . 2019. (eds.) Lobbying in tempi difficili. Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche. n.2 Agosto 2019.

F. Cacciatore, M. Scholten (2019), (eds.), “Symposium on Institutional Innovations in the Enforcement of EU Law and Policies“, European Journal of Risk Regulation, 10(3), 2019.

 

Working Papers 

Fulvio Attinà. 2019. The new party politics of the European Union. Evidence from the EP Political Groups’ votes on the Mediterranean migration crisis after the Lisbon Treaty reform of the European Council, European Institute of Romania, Working Paper No. 37. ISSN online: 1841 – 4281.