90905 - WORKSHOP 1 (WS3)

Scheda insegnamento

SDGs

L'insegnamento contribuisce al perseguimento degli Obiettivi di Sviluppo Sostenibile dell'Agenda 2030 dell'ONU.

Lotta contro il cambiamento climatico Pace, giustizia e istituzioni forti

Anno Accademico 2021/2022

Conoscenze e abilità da conseguire

Workshops are designed to provide students with transversal skills that can prove useful in their future careers. The objective of the workshop is to help students to practice skills through application of information technology, data analysis, decision-making techniques (e.g. simulation) in complex organizations.

Contenuti

- The first weeks (W1 and W2) will be dedicated to: 1) introducing the workshop, 2) introducing the foreign policy analysis approach to be applied to the EU, 3) introducing the main theoretical perspectives to be applied to selected case studies of EU foreign policy

- In the following weeks students will have to present on selected EU foreign policy case studies of the current institutional cycle: EU relations with Turkey, EU relations with Belarus, and EU relations with Russia

- For each of case study, students will have to apply the foreign policy analysis approach and to test existing hypotheses from new intergovernmentalism (NI), failing forward (FF), and new institutional leadership (NIL)

- Detailed instructions on the students' activities will be provided at the beginning of the course


Testi/Bibliografia

- White, B. (1999), 'The European Challenge to Foreign Policy Analysis', European Journal of International Relations, 5(1), pp. 37-66

- White, B. (2004), 'Foreign policy analysis and European foreign policy', in B. Tonra and T. Christiansen (eds), Rethinking European Union foreign policy, Manchester University Press, pp. 45-61

- Baracani, E. (2017), 'Graham Allison: Conceptual Frameworks of Foreign Policy Decision Making', in F. Andreatta (ed.) Classic Works in International Relations, Bologna, Il Mulino, pp. 127-154

- Del Reux, T. (2015), 'Bureaucratic Politics, New Institutionalism and Principal-Agent Models', in Jørgensen K., Aarstad A., Drieskens E., Laatikainen K., Tonra B., The SAGE Handbook on European Foreign Policy, pp. 152-165

- Bickerton, C.J., D. Hodson, and U. Puetter (2015), 'The New Intergovernmentalism: European Integration in the Post-Maastricth Era', Journal of Common Market Studies, 53(4), pp. 703-722

- Lavenex, S. (2018), '‘Failing Forward’ Towards Which Europe? Organized Hypocrisy in the Common European Asylum System', Journal of Common Market Studies, 56(5), pp. 1195–1212

- Smeets, S. and D. Beach (2020), 'When success is an orphan: informal institutional governance and the EU-Turkey deal', West European Politics, 43(1), pp. 129-158

Metodi didattici

- Students' presentations (individually or in groups)

- Class debates

- This workshop is only for attending students

Modalità di verifica e valutazione dell'apprendimento

- Students are expected to attend every session regularly and to participate in class debate

- In addition, each student will have to make power point presentations during the workshop

 


Strumenti a supporto della didattica

- Power point presentations as well as additional material will be available on Virtuale

Orario di ricevimento

Consulta il sito web di Elena Baracani