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Christopher Hill

Christopher Hill 
Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor




-Domestic Influences On Foreign Policy

-European Union Foreign Policy

-International Relations

Christopher Hill is the Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). He is Emeritus Professor of International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the University of Cambridge. Previously he was the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations in POLIS at the University of Cambridge (from 2004 until October 2016) and Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics (1991-2004). Hill is the author of many books in the areas of foreign policy analysis and general international relations, including most recently The National Interest in Question: Foreign Policy in Multicultural Societies (Oxford University Press, 2013) and International Relations and the European Union (edited with Michael Smith and Sophie Vanhoonacker, Oxford University Press, 2017).

Hill’s research focuses on foreign policy analysis and the international politics of Europe (including both the EU’s exter­nal relations and the foreign policies of the Member States), as well as general international relations, theories and practice. He continues to work on the subject of his recent book, that is the relationship between social diversity and international relations, and is extending this into the international politics of migration.

He is former Chair of the British International Studies Association and was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 2007. He has been an elected Council Member at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and a member of many editorial advisory boards including those of the Journal of Common Market Studies, the British Journal of Political Science, International Affairs and Critique internationale. He has just taken on the joint editorship, with Professor Christian Lequesne of Sciences Po, Paris, of the European Review of International Studies. He recently received the honor of being made an "Ufficiale dell'Ordine della Stella d'Italia."

Hill received both his MA and DPhil from the University of Oxford. He has held visiting positions at the Royal Institute of International Affairs; the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the Department of Govern­ment at Dartmouth College, the European University Institute, the Università di Catania, the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, the University of California at San Diego, the Università di Siena, and St. Antony’s College, Oxford.

  1. Edited National Foreign Policies and European Political Cooperation (London: Allen & Unwin for the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1983); including as author Chapter 2, ‘Britain: A Convenient Schizophrenia’, and Chapter 12, ‘National Interests - the Insuperable Obstacles?’ Chapter 12 also published in German as ‘Europäische Politische Zusammenarbeit aus nationalen Perspektiven’ (with only slight changes), in Aussenpolitik und Zeit Geschichte, B 512/83, 24 December 1983.
  1. With Lawrence Freedman, Adam Roberts, R. J. Vincent, Paul Wilkinson and Philip Windsor, Terrorism and International Order (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul for the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1986), section entitled ‘The political dilemmas for western governments’.
  1. Cabinet Decisions on Foreign Policy: the British Experience October 1938 - June 1941 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, for the Centre for International Studies, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1991). Reissued in paperback, 2002.
  1. Edited (with Pamela Beshoff), Two Worlds of International Relations: Academics, Practitioners and the Trade in Ideas (London: Routledge, 1994); including as author ‘Academic International Relations: the Siren Song of Policy Relevance’, and (with Pamela Beshoff), ‘The Two Worlds: Natural Partnership or Necessary Distance?’
  1. Edited (with Stelios Stavridis), Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy: West European Reactions to the Falklands Conflict (Oxford: Berg, 1996); including as author ‘Introduction: the Falklands War and European Foreign Policy’.
  1. Edited The Actors in Europe’s Foreign Policy (London: Routledge, 1996); including as author ‘The United Kingdom: Sharpening Contradictions’ and (with William Wallace) ‘Introduction: Actors and Actions’.
  1. Translated and edited English version of Marching to Captivity: the War Diaries of a French Peasant 1939-1945 - Gustave Folcher (London: Brasseys, 1996). First published in French, edited by Rémy Cazals, Maspero: Paris, 1981.
  1. Edited, with extensive commentary (with Karen Smith), European Foreign Policy: Key Documents (London: Routledge, 2000).
  1. The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy (London: Palgrave, 2003).
  1. Edited (with Michael Smith), International Relations and the European Union (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005)
  1. The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy [Bian Hua Zhong de Dui Wai Zheng Ce Zheng Zhi] (Chinese translation by Tang Xiaosong and Chen Hanxi: Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2007).
  1. The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy (Farsi translation by Research Institute of Strategic Studies, Tehran, 2008).
  1. Edited (with Michael Smith), International Relations and the European Union (Oxford: Oxford University Press, second edition, 2011)
  1. Edited (with Reuben Wong), National and European Foreign Policies: towards Europeanization (London: Routledge, 2011).
  1. The National Interest in Question: Foreign Policy in Multicultural Societies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).

     16. (with Sarah Beadle), The Art of Attraction: Soft Power and the UK’s Role in the World (London,         British Academy, 2014)

     17. Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century (second, revised, edition of The Changing Politics      of Foreign Policy, London: Palgrave Macmillan 2016).

     18. Europe’s Troublemakers: the Populist Challenge to Foreign Policy (with Rosa Balfour and nine other colleagues at the European Policy Centre, Brussels,                 2016). 

  1. Edited (with Michael Smith and Sophie Vanhoonacker), International Relations and the European Union (Oxford: Oxford University Press, third edition, 2017 

(b)      Articles and chapters

  1. (With P.F. Hazell) , ‘The ByeElection of 1805', Hertfordshire Past and Present, No. 6, 1966.
  1. The Credentials of Foreign Policy Analysis, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Autumn, 1974.
  1. ‘Theories of Foreign PolicyMaking for Developing Countries’ in Christopher Clapham (ed.), Foreign PolicyMaking in Developing Countries (London, Saxon House 1977).
  1. ‘A Theoretical Introduction’ in W. Paterson and William Wallace (eds.), Foreign PolicyMaking in Western Europe (London, Saxon House 1978). (The above two books constituted two-thirds of a project initiated by the Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom.) 
  1. With Margot Light, ‘Foreign Policy Analysis’ in A.J.R. Groom and C.R. Mitchell (eds.), International Theory: A Critical Bibliography (London, Frances Pinter 1978), (and 2nd revised ed. 1985, see below). 
  1. Britain’s Elusive Role in World Politics’, British Journal of International Studies, October 1979, 5/3, pp248-259.
  1. (With William Wallace): ‘Diplomatic Trends in the European Community’, International Affairs, January 1979.
  1. Public Opinion and British Foreign Policy: Progress in Research?’ Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 1981 (also in Opinion Publique et Politique Extérieure I, published by the Ecole Francaise de Rome, 1981).
  1. (With William Wallace): ‘The Odd Couple: The United States and Political Cooperation with Western Europe’ in The United States and the European Community: New Administrations and Continuing Problems, University Association for Contemporary European Studies and the United States Mission to the European Community, 1981.
  1. ‘Changing Gear in Political Cooperation’, The Political Quarterly, JanuaryMarch 1982. 
  1. (With James Mayall) ‘The Sanctions Problem: International and European Perspectives’, EUI Working Paper no. 59, European University Institute, Florence, July 1983. 
  1. ‘Implications of the World Society Perspective for National Foreign Policies’, in Michael Banks (ed.): Conflict in World Society: A New Perspective in International Relations, Brighton, Wheatsheaf, 1984. 
  1. ‘History and International Relations’, in Steve Smith (ed.): International Relations: British and American Perspectives, Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1985.
  1. ‘Foreign Policy Analysis’ (Revised 2nd Edition, with Margot Light) in International Relations, London, Frances Pinter, 1985.
  1. ‘Reagan and Thatcher: the Sentimental Alliance’, World Outlook (Dartmouth College), Vol. 1, no. 2, Winter 1986.
  1. ‘Cooperazione Politica Europea: una realizzazione europea su uno scenario atlantico’, in Paulo Foresti (ed.), II Dialogo con gli Stati Uniti e il Malessere Europeo, Bologna, Arel, il Mulino, 1986 
  1. ‘Contradictions and Conflicts between Sovereignty and International Stability: Problems of Intervention and Management in a Fragmented World’, an essay on a Ditchley Foundations conference held at Ditchley Park, 27 February1 March 1987 (conference rapporteur).
  1. ‘Politisk vold over landegraensernestatus 1986’ (Transnational Political Violence in 1986), in Christian Thune (ed.), Konflikterns verden 1987 (The World of Conflicts 1987), Copenhagen, Danish Red Cross, 1987.
  1. ‘Against Power Politics: Commentary on “Reflections on the Future of Western Europe”, by Johan K. De Vree’, in J.K. De Vree, P. Coffey, and R.H. Lauwaars (eds.), Towards a European Foreign Policy: Legal, Economic and Political Dimensions, Dordrecht, Martinus Nijhoff, 1987.
  1. ‘The Study of International Relations in the United Kingdom’, in Millennium: Journal of International Studies, vol. 16, no. 2, Summer 1987,(also published in Italian, as ‘Lo Studio delle relazioni internazionali in Gran Bretagna’, in Fulvio Attina, (ed.), Annali 80: Vol. 5 , Università di Catania, Dipartimento di Studi Politici, Galatea Editrice, 1988, and reprinted in Hugh Dyer and Leon Mangasarian [eds.], The Study of International Relations: the State of the Art, London, Macmillan, 1989).
  1. ‘The Historical Background: Past and Present in British Foreign Policy’, in M. Smith, S. Smith, B. White (eds.), British Foreign Policy: Tradition, Change and Continuity, London, Unwin Hyman, 1988. 
  1. ‘European Preoccupations with Terrorism’, and ‘Research into EPC:Tasks for the Future’, both in Alfred Pijpers, Elfriede Regelsberger and Wolfgang Wessels (eds.), European Political Cooperation in the 1980s: A Common Foreign Policy for Western Europe?, Dordrecht, Martinus Nijhoff,1988 (published in German as Die Europäische Politische Zusammenarbeit in den achtziger Jahren: Eine gemeinsame für Westeuropa?, Bonn, Europa Union Verlag, 1989.)
  1. 1939: the Origins of Liberal Realism’, in Review of International Studies, 15,4, October 1989.
  1. ‘Foreign Policy’, in Peter Catterall (ed.), Contemporary Britain: An Annual Review 1990, London, Institute of Contemporary British History and Basil Blackwell, 1990.
  1. ‘European Foreign Policy: Power Bloc, Civilian Model or flop?’ in Reinhardt Rummel (ed.), The Evolution of an International Actor: Western Europe’s New Assertiveness, Boulder, Westview Press, 1990 (first published in Rummel (ed.), Die Europäische Gemeinschaft zwischen Nationaler Interessenbefriedigung und Weltweiter Mitverantwortung, Ebenhausen, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, August 1987, and reprinted in Arabic, in the Arab Journal of International Studies, Washington DC, 1988).
  1. ‘Diplomacy and the Modern State’, in Cornelia Navari (ed.), The Condition of the State, Milton Keynes, Open University Press, 1991.
  1. ‘Gibraltar and the House of Commons, 1977-1988', in Charles Carstairs and Richard Ware (eds.), Parliament and International Relations, Milton Keynes, Open University Press, 1991 (also part of the team which designed and developed this project).
  1. ‘Foreign Policy’ in Peter Catterall (ed.), Contemporary Britain: An Annual Review 1991, London, Institute of Contemporary British History and Basil Blackwell, 1991 
  1. ‘Auf dem Weg zu einer gemeinsamen Aussen- und Sicherheitspolitik? Probleme der Politischen Union’, Integration, 3/91, July 1991.
  1. ‘The European Community: towards a common foreign and security policy?’ The World Today, Vol.47/11, November 1991.
  1. ‘The Foreign Policy of the European Community’ in Roy Macridis (ed.), Foreign Policy and World Politics, (8th ed.), New York, Prentice Hall, 1991.
  1. ‘EPC’s Performance in Crises’ in Reinhardt Rummel (ed.) Toward Political Union: Planning a Common Foreign and Security Policy in the European Community, Baden-Baden, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1992.
  1. ‘Foreign Policy’ in Peter Catterall (ed.), Contemporary Britain: An Annual Review 1991, London, Institute of Contemporary British History and Basil Blackwell, 1992.
  1. (With Geoffrey Edwards) ‘European Political Cooperation 1989-91’, in Ami Barav and Derrick Wyatt (eds.) Yearbook of European Law, 1991, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1992.
  1. ‘Foreign Policy’, encyclopaedia entry in Joel Krieger (ed.), Oxford Companion to World Politics, New York, Oxford University Press, 1993.
  1. ‘Shaping a Federal Foreign Policy for Europe’, in Brian Hocking (ed.) Managing Foreign Relations in Federal States, London, Leicester University Press, 1993. 
  1. ‘Foreign Policy’ in Peter Catterall (ed.), Contemporary Britain: An Annual Review 1992, London, Institute of Contemporary British History and Basil Blackwell, 1993.
  1. The Capability-Expectations Gap, or Conceptualising Europe’s International Role’, Journal of Common Market Studies, 31,3, September 1993, reprinted in Simon Bulmer and Andrew Scott (eds.), Economic and Political Integration in Europe: Internal Dynamics and Global Context, Oxford, Blackwell, 1994.
  1. ‘Article 30: European Political Cooperation’, (was due to appear in Ami Barav (ed.), Commentaries on the Single European Act, Oxford, Oxford University Press, but the book was never completed (the chapter was, however, accepted as Evidence by the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee for its Enquiry into the SEA, and requested by the European Communities Committee of the House of Lords).
  1. (With Filippo Andreatta) ‘Eternally in Transition.... Italian Defence Policy’, The International Spectator (Rome), XXX, 2, April-June 1995.
  1. ‘The Message of a Whistle-Blower’ (extended review of Bernard Connolly’s The Rotten Heart of Europe), Parliamentary Brief, Vol.4 No.1, October 1995 (reprinted in European Brief, Vol.3, No.1 October 1995). 
  1. World Opinion and the Empire of Circumstance’, International Affairs, January 1996, Vol.72, no.1. (The Vincent Memorial Lecture for 1995).
  1. (With Christopher Lord) ‘The Foreign Policy of the Heath Government’, in Stuart Ball and Anthony Seldon (eds.), The Heath Government of 1970-74: A Reappraisal, London, Pinter, 1996.
  1. ‘The United Kingdom and Germany’ in Bertel Heurlin (ed.) Germany in Europe in the 1990s, London, Macmillan, 1996 .
  1. ‘The Actors Involved - National Perspectives’ in Elfriede Regelsberger, Philippe de Schoutheete and Wolfgang Wessels (eds.), Regional and Global Responsibilities of the European Union in the 1990s - the Potential and Limits of a Common Foreign and Security Policy, Boulder, Lynne Reinner, 1997.
  1. 'The CFSP and the National Foreign Policies of the Member-States', in Quaderni Forum, X, 1-2, 1997.
  1. (with Filippo Andreatta) 'Italy' in Jolyon Howorth and Anand Menon (eds.), The European Union and National Defence Policy, London, Routledge, 1997 
  1. 'Convergence, Divergence and Dialectics: National Foreign Policies and the CFSP', in Jan Zielonka (ed.), Paradoxes of European Foreign Policy, Kluwer Law International, 1998 (also published as a Working paper of the Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute, Florence, 1997, RSC 97/66)
  1. 'Closing the Capability-Expectations Gap?' in John Peterson and Helene Sjursen (eds.), A Foreign Policy for Europe?, London, Routledge, 1998.
  1. 'Towards Intelligent Internationalism: Cook, Blair and the Rewriting of Foreign Policy', The Parliamentary Monitor, 6, 10, September 1998.
  1. L’ordine moderno e l’ordine post-moderno’ in Guerra e Pace nel Nuovo Ordine Internazionale, Rome, Arel Informazioni, 3/98
  1. ‘”Where are we going?” International Relations and the Voice from Below’, Review of International Studies, 25,1, January 1999.
  1. The Geopolitical Implications of Enlargement, EUI Working Paper, RSC No. 2000/30, San Domenico (FI), European University Institute Working Paper, 2000.
  1. 'What is Left of the Domestic? A Reverse Angle View of Foreign Policy', in Michi Ebata and Beverly Neufeld (eds.), Confronting the Political in International Relations, London, Macmillan, 2000.
  1. (with Filippo Andreatta) 'Struggling to Change: the Italian State and the New Order', in Robin Niblett and William Wallace (eds.), Rethinking European Order: West European Responses 1989-1997, London, Palgrave, 2001.
  1. The European Union and South Africa’ in Jim Broderick, Gary Burford and Gordon Freer (Eds.), South Africa’s Foreign Policy: Dilemmas of a New Democracy, London, Palgrave, 2001.
  1. ‘Foreign Policy’, encyclopaedia entry in Joel Krieger (Ed.),Oxford Companion to Politics of the World , New York, Oxford University Press, second, revised edition, 2001.
  1. ‘Foreign Policy’, in Anthony Seldon (Ed.), The Blair Effect: the Blair Government 1997-2001 (London: Little, Brown, 2001)
  1. ‘E l’Europa sta a guardare’, Ideazione, 4/2001, July-August 2001, pp60-66 (full, uncut version to be found on the Ideazione website, 7 September 2001

  1. ‘Introduction’, in Alan Chong and Jana Valencic (Eds) The Image, the State and International Relations: Conference Proceedings (London, London School of Economics and Political Science, EFPU Working Paper No 2001/2, 2001)
  1. ‘Il processo di integrazione: Gran Bretagna: dall euroscetticismo al disinteresse’, Il Mulino, L, 395, 3/2001.
  1. 'The EU’s Capacity for Conflict Prevention', European Foreign Affairs Review, 6,3, Autumn 2001.
  1. ‘The Future of the European Union in World Politics’, in Loukas Tsoukalis (Ed.), Globalisation and Regionalisation: A Double Challenge for Greece (Athens: Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, and the Hellenic Observatory of the European Institute of the LSE, 2001).
  1. 'The Geopolitical Implications of Enlargement', in Jan Zielonka (ed.), Europe Unbound: Enlarging and Reshaping the Boundaries of the European Union, Routledge, 2002. 
  1. ’11 September 2001: Perspectives from International Relations’, International Relations, Vol.16, No.2, August 2002
  1. ‘The EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy: Conventions, Constitutions and Consequentiality’, The International Spectator, XXXVII, No 4, Oct-December 2002 (also published in Il Mulino, LII, N. 405, 1/2003, as ‘Allargamento, processo constituente e ruolo internazionale dell’Europa’). 
  1. ‘What is to be Done? Foreign Policy as a Site for Political Action’, International Affairs 79, 2, March 2003 
  1. ‘The Odd Couple’ (review article of books by Robert Kagan and Charles Kupchan), Georgetown Review, Summer/Fall 2003.
  1. ‘‘A Foreign Minister without a Foreign Ministry – or with too many’, CFSP Forum (on-line: Vol.1, 1, July 2003
  1. ‘Superstate or Superpower? The Future of the European Union in World Politics’, in Pablo S. Aleda and Teresa Łoś-Nowak (Eds.), Narrowing the Gap between East and West: A historical-political approach to current European challenges based on the Spanish and Polish cases (Fundación Universitaria San Antonio: Catholic University of San Antonio and Wroclaw University, 2003).
  1. ‘The Evolution of the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union’, in Hanspeter  Neuhold and Ernst Sucharipa (eds.) The CFSP/ESDP after Enlargement: A Bigger EU = a Stronger EU?  (Vienna: Diplomatic Academy, 2003). 
  1. Renationalising or Regrouping? EU Foreign Policy since 11 September 2001’, Journal of Common Market Studies, 42, 1, March 2004.
  1. Dilemmas of a Semi-Insider: Blairite Britain and the United States’, in Christina V. Balis and Simon Serfaty (Eds.), Post 9.11. Visions of America and Europe: September 11, Iraq, and Transatlantic Relations (Washington DC: the CSIS Press, 2004). 
  1. ‘Examining PhDs’, BISA News, No 79, January 2004.
  1. ‘Prologue’ in Roger Levermore and Adrian Budd, (Eds.), Sport and International Relations: -An Emerging Relationship (London: Routledge, 2004).
  1. ‘Britain and the European Security Strategy’, University of Trier On-Line Newsletter, June 2004.
  1. ‘Pushing a stone uphill: the endless trials of Europe’s common foreign policy’, in Krassimir Nikolov, ed., More than a Dwarf? ‘Fornet’ essays on Europe’s Foreign Policy, Security and    Defence Bulgarian Community Studies Association , Sofia, December 2004.
  1. ‘Is EU Foreign Policy a Problem for IR Theory?, UACES NEWS, 44, June-Sept. 2005.
  1. ‘Great attack, wrong war: the misplaced energy of John Mearsheimer’, International Relations. September 2005.
  1. ‘Putting the World to Rights: the Foreign Policy Mission of Tony Blair’, in Anthony Seldon (ed.), The Blair Effect, 2001-5 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005).
  1. ‘The European Dimension of the Debate on Membership of the UN Security Council’, The International Spectator, XL, No.4, October-December 2005
  1. ‘Security: A Key Concept in International Studies’, Cambridge, No.57, New Year 2006.
  1. ‘The European Powers in the Security Council: Differing Interests, Differing Arenas’, in Katie Verlin Laatikainen and Karen E. Smith (eds.), Intersecting Multilateralisms: the European Union at the United Nations (Houndsmills: Palgrave, 2006).
  1. ‘The Choices in Euro-American Relations’, in Nikos Kotzias and Petros Liacouras (eds.), EU-US Relations: Repairing the Transatlantic Rift, Palgrave, 2006.
  1. ‘The Directoire and the Problem of a Coherent EU Foreign Policy’, CFSP Forum, Vol.4, 6, November 2006,
  1. ‘The current complexities of the international system and its political and cultural manifestations: An academic perspective’; Interview with the Editor of NorteAmérica: revista académica, 2,1, January-June 2007 (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico).
  1. ‘The Future of the European Union as a Global Actor’, in Paolo Foradori, Paolo Rosa, and Riccardo Scartezzini (eds.), Managing a Multilevel Foreign Policy: The EU in International Affairs (Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2007).
  1. (with Tim Oliver) ‘Afterword: New Labour’s Foreign Policy’, in Graham Ziegner (ed.), British Diplomacy: Foreign Secretaries Reflect (London: Politico’s, 2007)
  1. ‘Bringing War Home: Making Foreign Policy in Multicultural Societies’, International Relations, 21,3, September 2007, pp259-283.
  1. (with Lisbeth Aggestam), ‘The Challenge of Multiculturalism in European Foreign Policy’, International Affairs, 84,1, January 2008, pp97-114.
  1. ‘The European Security Strategy Reconsidered’, in Christian Franck (ed.), L’Action extérieure de l’Union européenne: (Louvain-la-Neuve: Actes de la Chaire Glaverbel, 2008).
  1. (with Elisabetta Brighi), ‘Implementation and Behaviour’, in Steve Smith, Amelia Hadfield and Tim Dunne (eds.), Foreign Policy: Theories, Actors, Cases (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008).
  1. ‘Introduction’, in Lisbeth Aggestam, /Institutional Competences in the EU’s External Action: Actors and Boundaries in CFSP and ESDP, /Stockholm: Stockholm Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS), pp12-14. (May 2008).
  1. ‘Elites in European Foreign Policy-Making: Consensus and Competition’, Review of Sociology, (Budapest), Vol.14.1, 2008, pp1-10. 
  1. ‘New Labour’s Foreign Policy’ (with Tim Oliver), in Graham Ziegner (ed.), British Diplomacy: Foreign Secretaries Reflect, 2nd edition, (London: Politico’s,  2009).

     96.  ‘Politica estera e nevrosi nazionali’, Rome: AffarInternazionali Rivista Online di Politica, strategia ed economia, 23 October 2009 

  1. ‘Il Mediterraneo e il Medio Oriente come priorità per la politica estera europea’, in Elisabetta Brighi and Fabio Petito (eds.), Il Mediterraneo nelle relazioni internazionali (Milan: Vita & Pensiero, 2009), pp165-179.
  1. ‘The Big Three and the High Representative: dilemmas of leadership inside and outside the EU’, in Spyros Blavoukos and Dimitris Bourantonis (eds.), The EU Presence in International Organisation (London: Routledge, 2010), pp78-95.
  1. The Future of Foreign Policy Analysis’, in Robert A. Denemark (ed)., The International Studies Encyclopedia, IV (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010).

100.  ‘The European Union and Soft Power’, in Michael Cox and Inderjeet Parmar (eds.), Soft Power and Hegemony in US Foreign Affairs: Theoretical, Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Routledge, 2010), pp 182-198.

101.  ‘Foreign Policy Analysis’, in Bertrand Badie et. al., eds, International Encyclopedia of Political Science (Sage for International Political Science Association, 2011). 102. ‘Tough Choices: British Foreign Policy Priorities’, The World Today, April 2010,    pp11-14.

103.  ‘Foreword’ in Maurizio Carbone (ed.), Italy in the International Arena since the end of the Cold War (Boulder, Co: Lexington Books, 2011), ppxi-xv.

104.  ‘Changing the world: the problem of action in international politics’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, March 2011, Vol. 24, No.1, pp81-98.

105. (with Elisabetta Brighi), ‘Implementation and Behaviour’, in Steve Smith, Amelia Hadfield  and Tim Dunne, eds. (2012), 2nd ed. Foreign Policy: Theories, Approaches, Cases (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

106. (with Geoffrey Edwards, Elena Lazarou and Julie Smith) ‘The Evolving “Doctrine” of Multilateralism in the 21st Century’, in Caroline Bouchard, John Peterson and Nathalie Tocci, eds. Multilateralism in the 21st Century: Europe’s Quest for Effectiveness (London: Routledge, 2013).  107.        (with John Peterson), ‘Effective or Defective? Europe’s experience of Multilateralism’, in Caroline Bouchard, John Peterson and Nathalie Tocci, eds. Multilateralism in the 21st Century: Europe’s Quest for Effectiveness (London: Routledge, 2013).

108. ‘The particular and the general: the challenge for foreign policy studies’, in International Politics Reviews, 2014: 2, pp31-35 

109. ‘The domestic and the foreign: mutual entanglement through social diversity’, In World Financial Review ( ) March 2014.

110. (with Elena Lazarou), ‘Multilateralismo come doutrina na política externa da União Europeia’ in Elena Lazarou (eds.), Multilateralismo nas Relações Internacionais (Rio de Janeiro: Elsevier, 2014), pp31-54.

111. (with Helen Drake), ‘La victoire des conservateurs et l’avenir de la Grande-Bretagne en Europe’, Telos On-line June 2015.

112. ‘Henry Kissinger,  World Order: reflections on the character of nations and the course of history’ (review article), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 28, 2, June 2015 pp309-313.

113. ‘Predicting the path of European Integration – in retrospect’, The International Spectator, 50:4, December 2015, pp52-56.

114.  (with Sara Silvestri and Elif Cetin), ‘Migration and the challenges of Italian multiculturalism’, in Maurizio Carbone and Simona Piattoni eds., Politica in Italia: I Fatti dell’Anno e Le Interpretazioni Edizioni 2016 (Bologna: Il Mulino, 2016), pp239-258.

115. (with Sara Silvestri and Elif Cetin), English version of 114, viz: ‘Migration and the challenges of Italian multiculturalism’, Italian Politics 31/2016, pp225-242.  116. 'Powers of a kind: the anomalous positions of Britain and France in world politics', International Affairs, 92:2, pp393-414, March 2016.

117.   ‘Multiculturalism meets international politics’ (review article), Ethnicities, February 2017, 17:1, pp128-137. 118.        ‘UK-France relations after Brexit’, E-IR Blog, posted 23 January 2017.'L'intérêt national à l'ère des identités transnationales', La Revue internatioale et stratégique, 15, printemps 2017, pp77-85.

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