Policy Papers - International Relations

The list below gives the references of policy papers authored or co-authored by Webster Vienna Private University professors. Our faculty names are in bold.

2018

Viatcheslav Morozov, Xymena Kurowska and Anatoly Reshetnikov, “Why Russia’s Strategic Deception Is Popular: The Cultural Appeal of the Trickster,” PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo No. 554, December 2018.

 

2017

Bátora, J. et al (2017): "The EU's Crisis Management in the Kosovo-Serbia Crises" EUNPACK Working Paper No 3.

Bátora, J. and Osland, K. (2017): "Public Perceptions of the EU’s Role in Crisis Management in North Mitrovica" EUNPACK Policy Brief, 5.03.

Bátora, J., Kursani, S. and Osland, K. (2017): "Public Perceptions of the EU’s Role in Crisis Management in South Mitrovica" EUNPACK Policy Brief, 5.04.

 

2014

Brutschin, E., Pollak, J., & Schubert, S. R. (2014). ”The EU and Russian Gas: Is Ukraine a game changer?”, OeGfE Policy Brief, 15'2014.

Brutschin, E, & Pollak, J. (2014). ”The European Commission 2030 framework for climate and energy policies: a step back?”, IHS Standpunkt, 21/2014.

 

2012

Algieri, F. (2012). “Irrelevant or not? Thoughts on the EU’s strategic partnership with China”, AIES Fokus.

Algieri, F. (2012). “Austria’s perception of Germany. Between admiration and skepticism”, in Möller, A. & Parkes, R. (eds.), Germany as viewed by other EU member states. (EPIN Paper No. 33), pp. 42-44.

 

2010

Algieri, F. (2010). „Europäische Chinapolitik: Testfall für die Kohärenz der EU-Außenpolitik (European China policy as a test for the coherence of EU foreign policy)“, AIES Fokus 8/2010.