Christian Kaunert

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Prof Dr Christian Kaunert is Professor of International Security at Dublin City University, Ireland. He is also Professor of Policing and Security, as well as Director of the International Centre for Policing and Security at the University of South Wales. In addition, he is Jean Monnet Chair, Director of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence and Director of the Jean Monnet Network on EU Counter-Terrorism (www.eucter.net). Previously, he served as Academic Director and Professor at the Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, a Professor of International Politics, Head of Discipline in Politics, and the Director of the European Institute for Security and Justice, a Jean Monnet Centre for Excellence, at the University of Dundee. Prof Kaunert has researched and taught in many international universities, such as University of Shandong, Jinan, China, IBEI Barcelona, Spain, Diplomatic Academy Yerevan, Armenia – United Nations Development Mission, University of Cairo, Egypt, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin, Italy, Ecole nationale d’administration Paris, European Institute of Public Administration Maastricht, Netherlands, European Studies Institute (ESI) at Moscow, University of Porto, Portugal, etc. He was previously Senior Lecturer at the University of Dundee, Marie Curie Senior Research Fellow at the European University Institute Florence, and Senior Lecturer in EU Politics & International Relations, University of Salford. Christian has been invited expert for the European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA), the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the European Parliament, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (an agency of the EU), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO). Over his career, he has been awarded seven prestigious Marie Curie Fellowships, four Jean Monnet Chairs, and, finally, three Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, as well as one Jean Monnet Network of Excellence ‘EUCTER’. Additionally, he was awarded a large Horizon 2020 research grant on Terrorist Radicalisation processes – Mindb4Act. He is currently Editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Studies, was also previously an elected member of the national (UK) Executive Committee of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) and co-founded and co-led the special interest section on the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice of the European Union Studies Association (EUSA). He has also previously been the Editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Research (JCER), on the Executive Committee member of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES), and an Expert for the European Parliament. He is also on the editorial board of the journal European Politics and Society (EPS) and the Journal of European Integration (JEI). Prof. Kaunert holds a PhD in International Politics & an MSc in European Politics from the University of Wales Aberystwyth, a BA (Hons) European Business from Dublin City University, ESB Reutlingen and a BA (Hons) Open University.

Peer Reviewed Journal

Year Publication
2021 Leonard, Sarah;Kaunert, Christian (2021) 'De-centring the Securitisation of Asylum and Migration in the European Union: Securitisation, Vulnerability and the Role of Turkey'. Geopolitics, . [DOI]
2021 Léonard, S.;Kaunert, C. (2021) 'Refugee flows and terrorism in the European Union: securitization through association'. International Politics, . [Link] [DOI]
2021 Sahar, A.;Kaunert, C. (2021) 'Higher education as a catalyst of peacebuilding in violence and conflict-affected contexts: the case of Afghanistan'. Peacebuilding, 9 . [Link] [DOI]
2021 Mackenzie, A.;Kaunert, C. (2021) 'Radicalisation, foreign fighters and the Ukraine conflict: A playground for the far-right?'. Social Sciences, 10 . [Link] [DOI]
2021 Léonard, S.;Kaunert, C. (2021) 'The development of Europol’s external relations: Towards supranationalism?'. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 28 . [Link] [DOI]
2021 Kaunert, C.;Sahar, A. (2021) 'Violence, terrorism, and identity politics in afghanistan: The securitisation of higher education'. Social Sciences, 10 . [Link] [DOI]
2020 Leonard, Sarah;Kaunert, Christian (2020) 'The securitisation of migration in the European Union: Frontex and its evolving security practices'. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, . [DOI]
2020 Buhari-Gulmez, D.;Kaunert, C.;Gulmez, S.B. (2020) 'Transforming Europe through crises: thin, thick, parochial and global dynamics'. European Politics And Society, . [Link] [DOI]
2020 de Deus Pereira, J.;Kaunert, C. (2020) 'The high representative’s role in EU countering terrorism: policy entrepreneurship and thick, thin and global Europe'. European Politics And Society, . [Link] [DOI]
2020 Kaunert, C.;de Deus Pereira, J.;Edwards, M. (2020) 'Thick Europe, ontological security and parochial Europe: the re-emergence of far-right extremism and terrorism after the refugee crisis of 2015'. European Politics And Society, . [Link] [DOI]
2020 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2020) 'The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist Threat: A multiple streams approach'. POLITIQUE EUROPEENNE, 65 . [Link] [DOI]
2019 Kaunert, Christian;Leonard, Sarah (2019) 'The collective securitisation of terrorism in the European Union'. WEST EUROPEAN POLITICS, 42 (2):261-277. [DOI]
2019 Kaunert, Christian;Leonard, Sarah (2019) 'The European Union's Response to the CBRN Terrorist Threat: A Multiple Streams Approach'. POLITIQUE EUROPEENNE, 65 (3):148-176.
2018 Ezeokafor, E.;Kaunert, C. (2018) 'Securitization outside of the West: conceptualizing the securitization–neo-patrimonialism nexus in Africa'. Global Discourse, 8 . [Link] [DOI]
2017 Ilbiz, E.;Kaunert, C.;Anagnostakis, D. (2017) 'The counterterrorism agreements of Europol with third countries: Data protection and power asymmetry'. Terrorism and Political Violence, 29 . [Link] [DOI]
2015 MacKenzie, Alex;Kaunert, Christian;Leonard, Sarah (2015) 'Counter-terrorism Supranational EU institutions seizing windows of opportunity'. POLICY CHANGE IN THE AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE: HOW EU INSTITUTIONS MATTER, :93-113.
2015 Kaunert, C.;Leonard, S.;Mackenzie, A. (2015) 'The european parliament in the external dimension of EU counter-terrorism: More actorness, accountability and oversight 10 years on?'. Intelligence and National Security, 30 . [Link] [DOI]
2014 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S.;Carrapiço, H.;Rozée, S. (2014) 'The governance of justice and internal security in Scotland: between the Scottish independence referendum and British decisions on the EU'. European Security, 23 . [Link] [DOI]
2014 Demmelhuber, T.;Kaunert, C. (2014) 'The EU and the Gulf monarchies: normative power Europe in search of a strategy for engagement'. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 27 . [Link] [DOI]
2014 Kaunert, Christian;Zwolski, Kamil (2014) 'Somalia versus Captain 'Hook': assessing the EU's security actorness in countering piracy off the Horn of Africa'. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 27 (3):593-612. [DOI]
2013 Mackenzie, A.;Bures, O.;Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2013) 'The European Union Counter-terrorism Coordinator and the External Dimension of the European Union Counter-terrorism Policy'. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 14 . [Link] [DOI]
2013 MacKenzie, A.;Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2013) 'EU Counterterrorism and the Southern Mediterranean Countries after the Arab Spring: New Potential for Cooperation?'. Democracy and Security, 9 . [Link] [DOI]
2013 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S.;Hoffmann, U. (2013) 'Venue-Shopping and the Role of Non-governmental Organisations in the Development of the European Union Asylum Policy'. Comparative Migration Studies, 1 . [Link] [DOI]
2013 Rozée, S.;Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2013) 'Is Europol a Comprehensive Policing Actor?'. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 14 . [Link] [DOI]
2012 Leonard, Sarah;Kaunert, Christian (2012) ''Between a rock and a hard place?': The European Union's financial sanctions against suspected terrorists, multilateralism and human rights'. Cooperation and Conflict, 47 (4):473-494. [DOI]
2012 Leonard, Sarah;Kaunert, Christian (2012) 'Combating the Financing of Terrorism Together? The Influence of the United Nations on the European Union's Financial Sanctions Regime'. INFLUENCE OF INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ON THE EU: WHEN MULTILATERALISM HITS BRUSSELS, :111-134.
2012 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2012) 'Introduction: Supranational governance and European Union security after the Lisbon Treaty - Exogenous shocks, policy entrepreneurs and 11 September 2001'. Cooperation and Conflict, 47 . [Link] [DOI]
2012 Kaunert, Christian;Leonard, Sarah (2012) 'The development of the EU asylum policy: venue-shopping in perspective'. Journal of European Public Policy, 19 (9):1396-1413. [DOI]
2012 Kaunert, C. (2012) 'Conclusion: assessing the external dimension of EU counter-terrorism–ten years on'. European Security, 21 . [Link] [DOI]
2012 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2012) 'The European union asylum policy after the treaty of lisbon and the stockholm programme: Towards supranational governance in a common area of protection?'. Refugee Survey Quarterly, 31 . [Link] [DOI]
2012 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S.;MacKenzie, A. (2012) 'The social construction of an EU interest in counter-terrorism: US influence and internal struggles in the cases of PNR and SWIFT'. European Security, 21 . [Link] [DOI]
2011 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2011) 'EU Counterterrorism and the European Neighbourhood Policy: An Appraisal of The Southern Dimension'. Terrorism and Political Violence, 23 . [Link] [DOI]
2011 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2011) 'Introduction: European Security Governance after the Lisbon Treaty: Neighbours and New Actors in a Changing Security Environment'. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 12 . [Link] [DOI]
2010 Kaunert, C. (2010) 'The external dimension of EU counter-terrorism relations: Competences, interests, and institutions'. Terrorism and Political Violence, 22 . [Link] [DOI]
2010 Kaunert, C.;Giovanna, M.D. (2010) 'Post-9/11 EU counter-terrorist financing cooperation: differentiating supranational policy entrepreneurship by the Commission and the Council Secretariat'. European Security, 19 . [Link] [DOI]
2010 Kaunert, C. (2010) 'The area of freedom, security and justice in the Lisbon Treaty: commission policy entrepreneurship?'. European Security, 19 . [Link] [DOI]
2010 Kaunert, C. (2010) 'Europol and EU counterterrorism: International security actorness in the external dimension'. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 33 . [Link] [DOI]
2009 Kaunert, C. (2009) 'The european union simulation: From problem-based learning (PBL) to student interest'. European Political Science, 8 . [Link] [DOI]
2007 Kaunert, C. (2007) '“without the power of purse or sword”: the european arrest warrant and the role of the commission'. Journal of European Integration, 29 . [Link] [DOI]

Other Publication

Year Publication
2016 Kaunert, C.;Occhipinti, J.D.;Léonard, S. (2016) Introduction: Supranational governance in the area of freedom, security and justice after the stockholm programme. [Link]
2016 Léonard, S.;Kaunert, C. (2016) Beyond Stockholm: In search of a strategy for the European union’s area of freedom, security, and justice. [Link] [DOI]
2014 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S.;Berger, L.;Johnson, G. (2014) Introduction: rethinking Western foreign policy and the Middle East. [Link] [DOI]
2014 Kaunert, C.;Occhipinti, J.D.;Léonard, S. (2014) Introduction: Supranational governance in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after the Stockholm Programme. [Link] [DOI]
2014 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2014) Special Symposium of Comparative Migration Studies : After the Arab Spring: EU Asylum and Migration Policy in Flux. [Link] [DOI]
2013 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S.;Occhipinti, J.D. (2013) Agency Governance in the European Union's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. [Link] [DOI]
2013 Kaunert, Christian (2013) The European neighbourhood policy in perspective - context, implementation and impact, Palgrave studies in European Union politics series.
2010 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2010) After the Stockholm programme: an area of freedom, security and justice in the European Union?. [Link] [DOI]
2008 Kaunert, Christian (2008) Explaining decisions in the European Union.
2011 O'Neill, M.;Léonard, S.;Kaunert, C. (2011) Introduction: Developments in European security. [Link]

Editorial

Year Publication
2019 Leonard, Sarah;Kaunert, Christian (2019) Refugees, Security and the European Union Introduction. ED
2019 Leonard, Sarah;Kaunert, Christian (2019) Refugees, Security and the European Union Conclusion. ED
2015 Argomaniz, Javier;Bures, Oldrich;Kaunert, Christian (2015) A Decade of EU Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence: A Critical Assessment INTRODUCTION. ED [DOI]
2013 Cardwell, Paul James;Kaunert, Christian;Leonard, Sarah (2013) Special Issue Migration in the European Union's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after the Treaty of Lisbon and the Stockholm Programme Introduction. ED [DOI]
2013 Leonard, Sarah;Kaunert, Christian (2013) European Security, Terrorism and Intelligence Tackling New Security Challenges in Europe Introduction - Beyond EU Counter-terrorism Cooperation: European Security, Terrorism and Intelligence. ED

Book

Year Publication
2019 Leonard, S;Kaunert, C (2019) Refugees, Security and the European Union.
2018 Kaunert, C. (2018) European internal security. [Link]
2016 Kaunert, C.;Occhipinti, J.D.;Léonard, S. (2016) Supranational governance of Europe's area of freedom, security and justice. [Link]
2013 Kaunert, C;Zwolski, K (2013) EU as a Global Security Actor: A Comprehensive Analysis Beyond CFSP and JHA.

Book Chapter

Year Publication
2020 Léonard, S.;Kaunert, C.;Yakubov, I. (2020) 'Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the european union' In: Routledge Handbook of Deradicalisation and Disengagement. [Link] [DOI]
2017 Lavallée, C.;Léonard, S.;Kaunert, C. (2017) 'Counter-terrorism cooperation and the European neighbourhood policy' In: The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy. [Link]
2017 Kaunert, C.;Yakubov, I. (2017) 'Securitization: Turning an approach into a framework for research on EU justice and home affairs' In: The Routledge Handbook of Justice and Home Affairs Research. [Link]
2016 Zwolski, K.;Rozée, S.;Kaunert, C. (2016) ''Human face' or no face? The EU's approach to international security' In: The Human Face of the European Union: Are EU Law and Policy Humane Enough?. [Link] [DOI]
2014 MacKenzie, A.;Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S. (2014) 'Counter-terrorism: Supranational EU institutions seizing windows of opportunity' In: POLICY CHANGE IN THE AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE: HOW EU INSTITUTIONS MATTER. [Link] [DOI]
2012 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S.;Pawlak, P. (2012) 'Conclusion: European homeland security after Lisbon and Stockholm' In: European Homeland Security: A European Strategy in the Making?. [Link] [DOI]
2012 Kaunert, C.;Léonard, S.;Pawlak, P. (2012) 'Introduction: European homeland security - a European strategy in the making?' In: European Homeland Security: A European Strategy in the Making?. [Link] [DOI]
2010 Léonard, S.;Kaunert, C. (2010) 'Reconceptualizing the audience in securitization theory' In: Securitization Theory: How Security Problems Emerge and Dissolve. [Link] [DOI]
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Research Interests

Publications List

(i) Books and Chapters:

Published Peer-Reviewed Research Books:

1.              *2010: European Internal Security: Towards Supranational Governance in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice? (Manchester: Manchester University Press; Europe in Change Series), 270p.; 

2.              *2013: The EU as a Global Security Actor – a comprehensive analysis beyond CFSP and JHA (with K. Zwolski), (Basingstoke: Palgrave; Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics), 265p.; 

3.    *2019: Refugees, Security and the European Union (with S. Leonard), (London: Routledge; Routledge/UACES Contemporary European Studies Series) 270p.

4.              *2021: EU, Turkey and Counter-Terrorism: Fighting the PKK and ISIS, (with E. Ilbiz), (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar);

5.              *2022: The EU as a Global Counter-Terrorism Actor, (with A. MacKenzie and S. Leonard), (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar);

6.              *2022: Securitization outside the West: African Security reconceptualised (with E. Ezeokafor), (London: Routledge; Routledge New Security Studies Series) 

 

Published Peer-Reviewed Edited Research Books: 

1.         2011: Developing European Internal Security Policy:  After the Stockholm Summit and the Lisbon Treaty, (with S. Leonard), (London: Routledge).

2.         2012: European Homeland Security: Connecting Coincidence and Strategy (with S. Leonard and P. Pawlak), (London: Routledge; Contemporary Security Studies series);

3.         2012: European Security Governance and the European Neighbourhood after the Lisbon Treaty, (with S. Leonard), (London: Routledge).

4.         2013: European Security, Terrorism, and Intelligence (with S. Leonard), (Basingstoke: Palgrave; Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics series).

5.         2014: Justice and Home Affairs Agencies in the EU (with S. Leonard and J. Occhipinti), (London: Routledge).

6.         2014: Supranational Governance of Europe’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (with S. Leonard and J. Occhipinti), (London: Routledge).

7.         2015: Western Foreign Policy and the Middle East (with S. Leonard, L. Berger, and  G. Johnson), (London: Routledge).

8.         2015: EU Counterterrorism Policy and Intelligence Cooperation: A Critical Assessment (with J. Argomaniz and O. Bures), (London: Routledge).

9.         2016: ‚Searching for a Strategy for the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice‘(with S. Leonard), (London: Routledge);

10.       2022: ‘Transforming Europe through Crises: Thin, Thick, Parochial and Global Dynamics’ (with D. Buhari and  B. Gulmez), (London: Routledge);

11.       2022: EU Counter-Terrorism at 20 years: collective securitization and crisification (with S. Leonard), (London: Routledge);

12.       2022 (forthcoming, under contract):‘ Counter-Terrorist Financing‘ (with S. Romaniuk), (London: Routledge);

13.       2022/23 (under contract):‘ Encyclopedia of Security Studies‘ (with S. Romaniuk), (London: Routledge);


 

Published Peer-Reviewed Edited Special Journal Issues:

1.         2010: ‘Internal Security Policies in the European Union - After the Stockholm Programme: An Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the European Union?’ (with S. Leonard), European Security, Vol. 19, No. 2;

2.         2011: European Security Governance after the Lisbon Treaty: Neighbours and New Actors in a Changing Security Environment (with S. Leonard), Perspectives on European Politics and Society, Vol. 12, No. 4;

3.         2011: Developments in European Security (with M. O'Neill and S. Leonard), Journal of Contemporary European Research, Vol. 7, No. 4;

4.         2012: European security and supranational governance after the Lisbon Treaty (with S. Leonard), Cooperation and Conflict, Vol. 47, No. 4;

5.         2012: ‘Refugees in the European Union after the Treaty of Lisbon and the Stockholm Programme’’ (with S. Leonard), Refugee Survey Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 4.

6.         2013: 'Migration in the European Union's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after the Treaty of Lisbon and the Stockholm Programme' (with P. Cardwell and S. Leonard), International Migration, vol. 51, no.6.

7.         2013: 'Agency Governance in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice' (with S. Leonard and J. Occhipinti), Perspectives on European Politics and Society, vol. 14, no. 3; 

8.         2014: 'Supranational Governance and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after the Stockholm Programme' (with J. Occhipinti and S. Leonard), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, vol. 27, no. 1;

9.         2014: ‘After the Arab Spring: EU Asylum and Migration policy in flux’ (with S. Leonard), Comparative Migration Studies, vol. 2, no.2.

10.       2014: ‘Rethinking Western Foreign Policy and the Middle East?’ (with S. Leonard, L. Berger, and  G. Johnson), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, vol. 27, no. 3;

11.       2015: A Decade of EU Counterterrorism Policy and Intelligence Cooperation: A Critical Assessment' (with J. Argomaniz and O. Bures) , Intelligence and National Security, vol. 30, no 2-3;

12. 2016: ‚ Beyond Stockholm: In Search of a Strategy for the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice‘(with S. Leonard), European Politics and Society, vol. 17, no. 2;

13. 2016: Virtual Special Issue on EU Asylum and Migration Policy, Journal of European Public Policy, http://explore.tandfonline.com.libproxy.dundee.ac.uk/page/pgas/rjpp-vsi-eu-asylum-and-migration-policy;

14. 2020: ‘Transforming Europe through Crises: Remaking, Unmaking and Decentring Europe?’ (with D. Buhari and  B. Gulmez), European Politics and Society;

15. 2021: ‘Radicalization: Countering Terrorism’ (with S. Leonard), Social Sciences;

16. 2021: EU Counter-Terrorism at 20 years: collective securitization and crisification (with S. Leonard), Global Affairs;

17. 2022 forthcoming: ‘Resilient states versus resilient societies? Whose security does the EU protect through the Eastern Partnership?’ (with G. Bosse and  A. Viera), Journal of Contemporary European Studies;

18. 2022 forthcoming: ‘COVID-19 and Europe’ (with S. Leonard, M. Bull, and  J. Suiter), Journal of Contemporary European Studies;

            

Published Book Chapters:

1.         2010: ‘Reconceptualizing the Audience in Securitization Theory’ (with S. Leonard), in T. Balzacq (ed), ‘Securitization Theory: How Security Problems Emerge and Dissolve’, (London: Routledge, 2010);

2.         2010: ‘The European Parliament and the EU Democratic Deficit: the right solution to the wrong problem?’, in A. Hug (ed.) Reconnecting the European Parliament and its People (London: Foreign Policy Centre, 2010) (with K. Zwolski);

3.         2010: ‘The External Dimension of Counter-terrorism Cooperation: Transatlantic Relations and the European Neighbourhood Policy’ (with S. Leonard) in Kaunert, C. ‘European Internal Security: Towards Supranational Governance in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice? (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010);

4.         2010:‘The External Dimension of Asylum and Border Management – The Extra-territorial Processing of Asylum Claims’ (with S. Leonard) in Kaunert, C. ‘European Internal Security: Towards Supranational Governance in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice? (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010);

5.         2011: 'The EU Asylum Policy: Towards a Common Area of Protection and Solidarity?' (with S. Leonard) in  S. Wolff, F. Goudappel and J. de Zwaan, eds.,' The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after Lisbon and Stockholm. From myth to reality', (The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press, 2011);

6.         2011: ‘After the Stockholm Programme: An Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the European Union?’ (with S. Leonard), in Kaunert, C. and S. Leonard, European Internal Security after Stockholm and Lisbon: an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, (London: Routledge).

7.         2011: ‘The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: Commission Policy Entrepreneurship?’ in Kaunert, C. and S. Leonard, European Internal Security after Stockholm and Lisbon: an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, (London: Routledge).

8.         2011: Post-9/11 EU counter-terrorist financing cooperation: differentiating supranational policy entrepreneurship by the Commission and the Council Secretariat, European Security (with M. Della Giovanna), in Kaunert, C. and S. Leonard, European Internal Security after Stockholm and Lisbon: an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, (London: Routledge). 

9.         2012: European Homeland Security: a European Strategy in the  making? (with S. Leonard and P. Pawlak) in Kaunert, C., S. Leonard and P. Pawlak, European Homeland Security: Connecting Coincidence and Strategy, (London: Routledge);

10.       2012: What European Homeland Security Strategy after Lisbon and Stockholm? (with S. Leonard and P. Pawlak) in Kaunert, C., S. Leonard and P. Pawlak, European Homeland Security: Connecting Coincidence and Strategy, (London: Routledge);

11.       2012: 'Combating the Financing of Terrorism Together? The Influence of the United Nations on the European Union’s Financial Sanctions Regime' (with S. Leonard) in Costa, O. and K.-E. Jorgensen, 'The influence of international institutions on the EU. A framework for analysis, (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011);

12.       2012: ‘'European Security Governance after the Lisbon Treaty: Neighbours and New Actors in a Changing Security Environment’(with S. Leonard) in Kaunert, C and S. Leonard, European Security Governance and the European Neighbourhood after the Lisbon Treaty, (London: Routledge).

13.       2013: ‘Towards new security challenges in Europe’ in Kaunert, C. and S. Leonard, European Security, Terrorism, and Intelligence (with S. Leonard), (Basingstoke: Palgrave; Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics series). 

14.       2014: ‘Agency Governance in the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice’ (with S. Leonard and J. Occhipinti), in Kaunert, C., Leonard, S. and J. Occhipinti (2014), Justice and Home Affairs Agencies in the EU, (London: Routledge);

15.       2014: ‘The EU Counterterrorism Coordinator: An Actor in the External Dimension of EU Counter-Terrorism?’ (with A. MacKenzie, S. Leonard and O. Bures), in Kaunert, C., Leonard, S. and J. Occhipinti (2014), Justice and Home Affairs Agencies in the EU, (London: Routledge);

16.       2014: ‘The Ever Expanding Role of Europol: Towards Comprehensiveness in Crime Fighting and Counter-terrorism?’ (with S. Rozee and S. Leonard), in Kaunert, C., Leonard, S. and J. Occhipinti (2014), Justice and Home Affairs Agencies in the EU, (London: Routledge);

17.       2014: 'Supranational Governance and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after the Stockholm Programme' (with J. Occhipinti and S. Leonard), in Kaunert, C., Occhipinti, J. and S. Leonard. (2014), Supranational Governance of Europe’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, (London: Routledge);

18.       2015: ‘Rethinking Western Foreign Policy and the Middle East?’ (with S. Leonard, L. Berger, and  G. Johnson), in Kaunert, C., Leonard, S., Berger, L., and  G. Johnson (2015), Western Foreign Policy and the Middle East, (London: Routledge);

19.       2015: ‘The EU and the Gulf monarchies: Normative Power Europe in search of a strategy for engagement’ (with T. Demmelhuber), in Kaunert, C., Leonard, S., Berger, L., and  G. Johnson (2015), Western Foreign Policy and the Middle East, (London: Routledge);

20.       2015: 'Somalia versus Captain 'Hook': Assessing the EU’s Security Actorness in Countering Piracy off the Horn of Africa, in Kaunert, C., Leonard, S., Berger, L., and  G. Johnson (2015), Western Foreign Policy and the Middle East, (London: Routledge);

21.       2015: ‘The European Parliament in the External Dimension of EU Counter-terrorism: More Actorness and Accountability 10 Years on?’ (with S.Leonard and A. MacKenzie), in Argomaniz, J., O. Bures, and C. Kaunert, (2015), EU Counterterrorism Policy and Intelligence Cooperation: A Critical Assessment, (London: Routledge);

22.       2015: ‘A decade of EU Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence: A critical assessment (with J. Argomaniz and O. Bures), in Argomaniz, J., O. Bures, and C. Kaunert, (2015), EU Counterterrorism Policy and Intelligence Cooperation: A Critical Assessment, (London: Routledge);

23. 2015: ‘Counter-terrorism: Supranational EU Institutions Seizing Windows of Opportunity’ (with A. MacKenzie and S. Leonard) in Trauner, F. and Ripoll Servent, A., eds, Policy Change in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: How EU Institutions Matter, London: Routledge, pp. 93-113;

24. 2017: ‘Counter-terrorism Cooperation’ (with S. Leonard and C. Lavallée) in Schumacher, T., Marchetti, A. and Demmelhuber, T., eds, Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy, London: Routledge; 

25. 2017: ‘Police and Judicial Cooperation Policy’ (with S. Rozée and S. Leonard) in Zahariadis, N. and Buonanno, L., eds, The Routledge Handbook of European Public Policy, London: Routledge;

26. 2018: ‚Securitization: turning an approach into a framework for research on EU justice and home affairs’ (with I. Yakubov) in Trauner, F. and A. Ripoll Servent (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Justice and Home Affairs Research, London: Routledge; 

27. 2018: Study on the Counter-Terrorism role of Europol (with I. Yakubov and S. Leonard) (Brussels: FES)

28. 2018: Study on the Civil Protection in the EU against CBRN terror attacks, Counter-Terrorism Committee of the European Parliament (with I. Yakubov and S. Leonard) (Brussels: EP)

29. 2018: 'Securitization outside of the West: conceptualising the securitization-neopatrimonialism nexus in Africa (with E. Ezeokafor)’, in Mabon, S. and Kapur, S., eds, Securitisation in the Non-West, London: Routledge;

30. 2019: ‚The Impact of Terrorism on Peace Processes - The Oslo Accords 1993-1995‘ (with O. Wertman)’, in Hale, S. and Lowie, D., eds, Terrorism and State Surveillance of Communication, London: Routledge; 

31. 2019: EU-MENA Counterterrorism cooperation’ (with O. Wertmann and S. Leonard), in Cusumano, E. (ed), Building Resilience Across the Mediterranean, London: Routledge;

32. 2019: Counter-terrorism cooperation between NATO and the EU (with O. Wertmann), in Tardy T. and G. Lindstroem, (ed), EU-NATO Cooperation, (Paris: EUISS-NDC);

33. 2020: Radicalisation in Europe’ (with S. Leonard and I. Yakubov), in Hansen, S. and S. Lid (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Deradicalisation, London: Routledge;

34. 2021: Reconceptualizing Security Threats (with O. Wertman), in  A. Masys (ed), Handbook of Security Science, London: Palgrave

35. 2022: International Organisations and Terrorism’ (with O. Wertman), in Muro, D. and T. Wilson (eds), Contemporary Terrorism Studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press;

 

 

 

(ii) Refereed Journal Papers:

Published:

1.         *2005: 'The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: The Construction of a "European Public Order"', European Security, vol. 14, no.4, pp. 459-83; 

2.         *2007: '"Without the Power of Purse or Sword": The European Arrest Warrant and the Role of the Commission', Journal of European Integration, vol. 29, no.4, pp. 387-404; 

3.         2009: 'The European Union Simulation: From Problem-based Learning (PBL) to Student Interest', European Political Science, vol.8, no.2, pp. 254-265; 

4.         2009: 'Liberty versus Security?: EU Asylum Policy and the European Commission', Journal of Contemporary European Research, vol. 5, no.2, pp. 148-170; 

5.         2009: 'The Lisbon Treaty and the Constitutionalization of the EU', Journal of Contemporary European Research, vol. 5, no.3, pp. 465-471; 

6.         2010: 'The External Dimension of EU Counter-Terrorism Relations: Competences, Interests & Institutions'', Terrorism and Political Violence, vol.22, no.1, pp. 41-61;

7.         2010: 'Towards Supranational Governance in EU Counter-Terrorism? The Role of the Commission and the Council Secretariat', Central European Journal of International & Security Studies, vol. 4, no.1, pp. 8- 31;

8.         2010: 'Europol and EU Counter-terrorism: International Security Actorness in the External Dimension?', Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, vol. 33, no.7, pp. 652 - 671; 

9.         2010: 'The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: Commission Policy Entrepreneurship?', European Security, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp.169-189; 

10.       2010: 'Post-9/11 EU Counter-terrorist Financing Cooperation: Differentiating Supranational Policy Entrepreneurship by the Commission and the Council Secretariat', European Security (with M. Della Giovanna), Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 275-295; 

11.       2010: 'After the Stockholm Programme: An Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the European Union?' (with S. Leonard), European Security, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 143-149;

12.       2011: 'The EU and Climate Security: A Case of Successful Norm Entrepreneurship?', European Security (with K. Zwolski), Vol. 20, No.1, pp. 21-43; 

13.       *2011: 'Counter-Terrorism in the European Neighbourhood Policy', Terrorism and Political Violence, (with S. Leonard), Vol. 23, No.2. pp. 286-30;

14.       2011: 'The European Union and Refugees: Towards More Restrictive Asylum Policies in the European Union?', GRITIM - UPF Working Paper Series, (with S. Leonard); double-blind peer-reviewed;

15.       2011: 'European Security Governance after the Lisbon Treaty: Neighbours and New Actors in a Changing Security Environment' (with S. Leonard) , Perspectives on European Politics and Society, Vol. 12, No. 4, p. 351-370;

16.       2011: ‘Developments in European Security’ (with M. O'Neill and S. Leonard),  Journal of Contemporary European Research, Vol. 7, No. 4;

17.       *2012: 'The Development of the EU Asylum Policy: Venue-shopping in Perspective'(with S. Leonard), Journal of European Public Policy, vol. 19, no. 9, pp.1396-1413; 

18.       2012: Assessing the external dimension of EU counter-terrorism: 10 years on, European Security, vol. 21, no.4, pp.578-587;

19.       2012: The Social Construction of an EU Interest in Counter-terrorism: US Influence and Internal Struggles in the Cases of PNR and SWIFT (with S. Leonard and A. MacKenzie), European Security, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 474 - 496;

20.       2012: ‘Between a rock and a hard place?’ - The European Union’s financial sanctions against suspected terrorists, multilateralism and human rights’ (with S. Leonard), Cooperation and Conflict, Vol. 47, No. 4; 

21.       2012: ‘ Supranational governance and EU security after the Lisbon Treaty - Exogenous shocks, policy entrepreneurs and 9/11’ (with S. Leonard), Cooperation and Conflict, Vol. 47, No. 4; 

22.       2012: ‘The European Union Asylum Policy after the Treaty of Lisbon and the Stockholm Programme: Towards Supranational Governance in a Common Area of Protection?’ (with S. Leonard), Refugee Survey Quarterly, 31/4;

23.       2013: ‘EU Counter-terrorism and the Southern Mediterranean Countries after the Arab Spring’ (with S. Leonard and A. MacKenzie), Democracy and Security, 13/1;

24.       2013: ‘European Neighbourhood Policy and its various dimensions - between a long-term reformist agenda and the aim to increase European security’, Journal of European Integration, Vol. 35, no. 2,  iFirst, DOI: 10.1080/07036337.2013.752146;

25.       2013: ‘Agency Governance in the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice’ (with S. Leonard and J. Occhipinti), Perspectives on European Politics and Society, vol. 14, no. 3;

26.       2013: ‘The EU Counterterrorism Coordinator: An Actor in the External Dimension of EU Counter-Terrorism?’ (with A. MacKenzie, S. Leonard and O. Bures), Perspectives on European Politics and Society, vol. 14, no. 3;

27.       2013: ‘The Ever Expanding Role of Europol: Towards Comprehensiveness in Crime Fighting and Counter-terrorism?’ (with S. Rozee and S. Leonard), Perspectives on European Politics and Society, vol. 14, no. 3;

28.       2013: ‘Migration in the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after the Treaty of Lisbon and the Stockholm Programme’ (with P. Cardwell and S. Leonard), International Migration, vol. 51, no.6.

29.       2013: ' The Role of the NGOs in the Development of the EU Asylum Policy’ (with S. Leonard and U. Hoffmann), Comparative Migration Studies, vol.1, no.1;

30.       2014: 'Supranational Governance and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice after the Stockholm Programme' (with J. Occhipinti and S. Leonard) , Cambridge Review of International Affairs, vol. 27, no.1;

31.       2014: ' The governance of justice and internal security in Scotland: between the Scottish independence referendum and British decisions on the EU (with S. Leonard, H. Carrapico, and S. Rozee), European Security, vol. 23, no.3, pp.344-363;

32.       2014: ‘After the Arab Spring: EU Asylum and Migration policy in flux’ (with S. Leonard), Comparative Migration Studies, vol. 2, no.2.

33.       2014: ‘Rethinking Western Foreign Policy and the Middle East?’ (with S. Leonard, L. Berger, and  G. Johnson), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, vol. 27, no. 3;

34.       2014: ‘The EU and the Gulf monarchies: Normative Power Europe in search of a strategy for engagement’ (with T. Demmelhuber), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, vol. 27, no. 3;

35.       2014: 'Somalia versus Captain 'Hook': Assessing the EU’s Security Actorness in Countering Piracy off the Horn of Africa, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, (with K. Zwolski), vol. 27, no. 3;

36.       2015: ‘The European Parliament in the External Dimension of EU Counter-terrorism: More Actorness and Accountability 10 Years on?’ (with S.Leonard and A. MacKenzie), Intelligence and National Security, vol. 30, no 2-3;

37.       2015: ‘A decade of EU Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence: A critical assessment (with J. Argomaniz and O. Bures), Intelligence and National Security, vol. 30, no 2-3; 

38.       2016: ‚The extra-territorial processing of asylum claims‘, Forced Migration Review, Destination Europe, Issue 51, January 2016;

39.       2016: ‚ Beyond Stockholm: In Search of a Strategy for the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice‘(with S. Leonard), European Politics and Society, vol. 17, no. 2;

40.       2017: ' The counter-terrorism agreements of Europol with third countries: data protection and power asymmetry’(with E. Ilbiz and D. Anagnostakis), Terrorism and Political Violence, vol. 29, no.6; pp. 967-984; DOI: 10.1080/09546553.2015.1092438 

41.       2018: 'Securitization outside of the West: conceptualising the securitization-neopatrimonialism nexus in Africa (with E. Ezeokafor)’, Global Discourse, vol. 8, no.1, pp. 83-99;

42.       2019: ‚The Collective Securitization of Terrorism in the EU (with S. Leonard)’, West European Politics, vol. 41, no. 2; pp. 261-277

43.       2019: ‚ The European Union and CBRN terrorism (with S. Leonard)’, Geostrategic Pulse, no.277, Nov-Dec 2019, pp.38-43;

44.       2019: ‚ The European Union’s Response to the CBRN Terrorist Threat: A Multiple Streams Approach (with S. Leonard)’, Politique européenne, no. 65, pp. 150-179.

45.       2020: ‘They Need Us More Than We Need Them’: British Exceptionalism, Brexit, and Justice and Home Affairs‘ (with S. Leonard & A. MacKenzie)’, European Foreign Affairs Review, vol. 25, no.4, pp. 573–588;

46.       2020: ‚ The Securitization of Migration in the European Union:  Frontex and its Evolving Security Practices ‘ (with S. Leonard)’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2020.1851469;      

47.       2020:‘ The high representative’s role in EU countering terrorism: policy entrepreneurship and thick, thin and global Europe ‘ (with J. De Deus Pereira)’, European Politics and Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/23745118.2020.1842695;

48.       2020: ‘Thick Europe, ontological security and parochial Europe: the re-emergence of far-right extremism and terrorism after the refugee crisis of 2015. ‘ (with J. De Deus Pereira & M. Edwards)’, European Politics and Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/23745118.2020.1842699;

49.       2020: ‘Transforming Europe Through Crises: Thin, Thick, Parochial and Global Dynamics‘ (with D. Buhari-Gulmez & S. Baris Gulmez)’, European Politics and Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/23745118.2020.1842696;

50.       2020: ' Post-Covid-19 West African Health Security: Europe and the Foreign Virus‘ (with E. Ezeokafor)’, European Studies – Studii Europene, no16, pp.113-133,

51.       2020: ‘The Securitization of Hybrid Warfare through Practices within the Iran-Israel conflict - Israel's practices to securitize Hezbollah's Proxy War‘ (with O. Wertman)’, Security and Defence Quarterly, vol. 31, no.4, pp.99 - 115;

51.       2021:‘ Higher education as a catalyst of peacebuilding in violence and conflict-affected contexts: the case of Afghanistan ‘ (with A. Sahar)’, Peacebuilding, Vol.9, no.1; pp.57-78;

52.       2021:‘ The Development of Europol’s External Relations: Towards Supranationalism?‘ (with S. Leonard)’, Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, Vol. 28, no.2; pp. 229–244;

53.       2021: ‘Radicalisation, Foreign Fighters and the Ukraine Conflict: A Playground for the Far-Right?‘ (with A. MacKenzie)’, Social Sciences, vo.10, no. 4, https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci10040116;

54.       2021: ‚Violence, terrorism and identity politics in Afghanistan: the securitisation of higher education‘ (with A. Sahar)’, Social Sciences, vo.10, no. 4;

55.       2021: ‘De-centring the Securitisation of Asylum and Migration in the European Union: Securitisation, Vulnerability and the Role of Turkey‘ (with S. Leonard)’, Geopolitics;

55.       2021:‘Refugee Flows and Terrorism in the European Union: Securitization through Association ‘ (with S. Leonard)’, International Politics;

56. 2021:‘ Europol and Cybercrime: Europol’s Sharing Decryption Platform ‘ (with E. Ilbiz)’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies;

57. 2021:‘ Desecuritisation, Deradicalisation and National Identity in Afghanistan: Higher Education and Desecuritisation Processes‘ (with A. Sahar)’, European Journal of International Security Studies;

58. 2021: Collective Securitization and Crisification of EU Policy Change: Two Decades of EU Counterterrorism Policy (with S. Leonard), Global Affairs;

59. 2021: The Collective Securitisation of Aviation in the European Union through Association to Terrorism (with B. Callander and S. Leonard), Global Affairs;

60. 2021: Still the Absent Friend? The European Union’s Global Counter-Terrorism Role After Twenty Years (with A. MacKenzie), Global Affairs;

Main Research Grants Awarded:

DCU:

1.     Jean Monnet Teacher Training EUACADEMY, Dublin City University: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘EUACADEMY’; Grant from 01/01/22 – 31/12/24Funding awarded to DCU: €300,000;

2.     Jean Monnet Chair, Dublin City University: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘EUCTIRL’; Grant from 01/01/22 – 31/12/24; Funding awarded to DCU: €50,000;

Other Universities:

1. Jean Monnet Network EU Counter-Terrorism, University of South Wales: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘EUCTER’; Grant from 01/09/20 – 30/09/23Funding awarded to USW: €300,000;

2.     Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, University of South Wales: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Virtue’; Grant from 01/09/20 – 30/09/23Funding awarded to USW: €100,000;

3.     Jean Monnet Module ‚ EU Resilience against Hybrid Warfare', University of South Wales: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Hybrid Security’; Grant from 01/09/20 – 30/09/23Funding awarded to USW: €40,000;

4.     Marie Curie Programme, Horizon 2020, European Commission: International Fellowship (MSCA-IF-2019), 01/06/20 – 31/05/22, ‘Uberization of Europol’s cyber crime strategy’ (with Dr Ethem Ilbiz); Funding awarded to USW: € 225,000;

5.     Marie Curie Programme, Horizon 2020, European Commission: International Fellowship (MSCA-IF-2019), 01/10/20 – 30/09/22, ‘Challenges of Return Migration in Africa and Europe’ (with Dr Eyene Okpanachi); Funding awarded to USW: €225,000;

6.     Jean Monnet Chair, University of South Wales: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Explaining and Understanding Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism in Europe’; Grant from 01/09/18 – 30/09/21; Funding awarded to USW: €50,000;

7.     Marie Curie Programme, Horizon 2020, European Commission: International Fellowship (MSCA-IF-2017), 01/11/18 – 31/10/20, ‘Shaping European Migration Policy: the role of the security industry’ (with Dr Joana de Deus Pereira); Funding awarded to USW: € 225,000;

8.     Horizon 2020 Programme, European Commission: MindB4Act (Belgian Coordinator; Consortium Lead Elcano, Spain), 01/05/18 – 34/01/21, ‘Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and Countering Radicalisation in Europe’; Funding awarded to VUB: €183,455; Funding total: € 1,500,000;

9.     Jean Monnet Chair, Institute for European Studies, VUB: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Explaining EU Action in Counter-Terrorism’; Grant from 01/09/17 – 30/09/20; Funding awarded: €50,000;

10.  Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Institute for European Studies, VUB: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Virtually Excellent: Opening Europe to the World through Innovative Education’; Grant from 01/09/17 – 30/09/20; Funding awarded: €100,000;

11.  Marie Curie Programme, Horizon 2020, European Commission: International Fellowship (MSCA-IF-2016), 01/04/17 – 31/03/19, ‘The role of European Commission in European Security: military uses of drones’ (with Dr Chantal Lavallee); Funding awarded: € 170,000;

12.  Marie Curie Programme, Horizon 2020, European Commission: International Fellowship (MSCA-IF-2015), 01/02/17 – 31/01/19, ‘The role of national parliaments in the Arab transformation processes’ (with Dr Jan Voelkel); Funding awarded: €183,455;

13.  Jean Monnet Module, Institute for European Studies, VUB: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Jean Monnet Summer School on European Policy-making’; Grant from 01/09/16 – 30/09/19; Funding awarded: €30,000

14.  Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Jean Monnet Programme, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Jean Monnet Centre for Excellence - European Institute for Security and Justice’; Grant from 01/09/14 – 30/09/17 (with Dr Sarah Leonard); Funding awarded: €100,000;

15.  Jean Monnet Chair, Jean Monnet Programme, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Jean Monnet Chair: EU Justice and Home Affairs’; Grant from 01/09/13 – 30/09/16; Funding awarded: €45,000;

16.  Marie Curie Programme, FP7, European Commission: Career Integration Grant, 01/10/12 – 30/09/16, ‘RELEX-AGENCIFICATION: EU Foreign Policy and Agencies’; Funding awarded: €100,000;

17.  Marie Curie Programme, FP7, European Commission: Intra-European Fellowship (IEF) at the European University Institute Florence, 01/10/10 – 30/09/12, ‘Agencies in the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Frontex, Europol and Eurojust; Funding awarded: €165,739.40;

18.  British Academy International Partnership Collaboration Application (with Dr Jan Voelkel, University of Cairo, Egypt): ‘Internal Security Cooperation with North Africa after the Arab Spring: Democracy vs Security?’; Funding awarded: £ 28,600

19.  Newton International Fellowship, Royal Society: International Fellowship Grant, 01/01/13 until 31/12/14, ‘The United Kingdom in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice’ (with Dr H. Carrapico); Funding awarded: £96,750;

20.  Jean Monnet Module, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme Module Grant ‘EU-China Relations’ (with Dr Scott Brown); Funding awarded: €30,000;

21.  Jean Monnet Module, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme Module Grant ‘Europe and Its Neighbourhood – Democratization, Upheaval, and Stability’ (with Dr Sarah Leonard and Dr Patricia Bauer); Funding awarded: €30,000;

22.  Jean Monnet Programme, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme Conference Grant ‘Special Interest Section EUSA: European Internal Security Policy’ (with Dr Sarah Leonard); Funding awarded: €24,660;

23.  Jean Monnet Programme, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘PhD Summer School on the Area of Freedom, Security, Justice’ (with Dr Sarah Leonard); Funding awarded: €21,000;

24.  Jean Monnet Chair, Jean Monnet Programme, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘Jean Monnet Chair: EU Justice and Home Affairs’; 01/10/12 – 30/09/15; Funding awarded: €45,000 [awarded at the University of Salford, but not transferable to the University of Dundee]; 

25.  Jean Monnet Programme, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘European Union Simulation: Explaining and Understanding the European Union’; Funding awarded: €21,000;

26.  Jean Monnet Programme, European Commission: Lifelong Learning Programme ‘European Internal Security Policy: Evolution, Dynamics, and Change’ (with Prof. Dr Adrienne Heritier); Funding awarded: €22,530;

27.  Open Society, Civil Society Award: International Fellowship Grant, 01/01/15 until 31/05/15, ‘The role of churches in civil society: the cases of Belarus and Great Britain’ (with Dr Sergei Mudrov); Funding awarded: $12,000

28.  European University Institute Conference Support Funding for a conference on ‘Policy Change in EU Internal Security'; Funding awarded: €6,500;

29.  British Academy Conference Support Grant (with Dr Berger, Leonard and Johnson): ‘Rethinking the Middle East? Values, Interests, and Security Concerns in Western Policies toward Iraq and the Wider Region 1918-2010; Funding awarded: £10,000 (amongst the highest awards in that competition);

30.  British Institute for the Study of Iraq (BISI) Grant (with Drs Berger, Leonard and Johnson): ‘Rethinking the Middle East? Values, Interests, and Security Concerns in Western Policies toward Iraq and the Wider Region 1918-2010; Funding awarded: £5,430;

31.  Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin, Italy: Visiting Research Fellowship/Professorship; Funding awarded: €9,000;

32.  United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility (UNU-GCM), Barcelona, Spain: Visiting Research Fellowship/Professorship; Funding awarded: €3,500;

33.  AM&SS Research and Innovation Strategic Fund (RISF), 2009/10 (with Dr. Leonard): ‘Border Security, Refugees and Human Rights in the European Union: The Case of the Southern Spanish Borders’; Funding awarded: £7,190;

34.  UACES Research Scholarship, 2004: scholarship of the European Commission and the University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) to fund a five-month fieldwork research stay in Brussels; funding awarded: €3,500.

Other Grants Awarded:

1.     UACES: UACES Student Forum Conference, University of Salford. 27/28 April 2009 (with Kamil Zwolski) (£2,450).

2.     UACES research scholarships 2008/09 (as PI) for Kamil Zwolski (£2,485).

3.     UACES research scholarships 2008/09 (as PI) for Li Hailong (UACES JCMS scholarship: £2,500).

4.     Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Manchester: Total funding: £2,250:

a.   Funding awarded: £500 (2007/08): Research Seminar Series ‘European Security, Terrorism, Intelligence’ (with Drs Leonard and Murphy); 

b.   Funding awarded: £750 (2008/09) International Conference ‘European Security Terrorism, and Intelligence: Past and Present) (with Drs Leonard and Murphy); 

c.   Funding awarded: £1,000 (2010/11): International Conference ‘Supranational Governance and European Security’ (with Dr. Leonard).

5.     British Academy Overseas Conference Travel Grant: Travel expenses paid for 49th Annual International Studies Association (ISA) Convention, San Francisco, CA, USA (26 – 29 March 2008) (£500).

6.     International Studies Association Travel Grants: 

a.   Travel expenses paid for 51st Annual International Studies Association (ISA) Convention, New Orleans, LA, USA (17-20 February 2010) ($300); 

b.   Travel expenses paid for 52nd Annual International Studies Association (ISA) Convention, Montreal, Canada (16-19 March 2011) ($350)

c.   Travel expenses paid for 53rd Annual International Studies Association Convention, San Diego, CA (USA), 1-4 April 2012 ($350).

7.     University of Salford International Conference Fund Awards:

a.   Grant to attend the EUSA General Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada (17 - 19 May 2007) (£619);

b.   Grant to attend the ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) Joint Sessions, Lisbon (Portugal), 14-19 April 2009 (£458.50).

PhD Supervision - Completed Theses (20 PhDs):

Dr Kamil Zwolski (Viva passed on 07/02/2011; Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Salford; UACES scholarship 2009 for £2,485): ‘The Role of the EU as an International Security Actor’ (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); External Examiner: Prof. Richard Whitman, University of Bath; 


Dr Hailong Li (PhD student on exchange from Shandong University, China, on a UACES JCMS scholarship - £2,500 - for 4 months in Spring 2009): ‘EU-US Transatlantic Relations’ (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard);


Dr Sergei Mudrov (Viva passed 31 January 2012; Overseas Research Council – ORSAS – scholarship): ‘The Role of Churches and Religion in European Integration’ (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); External Examiner: Dr Lucian Leustan, Aston University; 


Dr Alexander MacKenzie (Viva passed 07 February 2012; Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Salford): ‘The External Dimension of the EU Counter-terrorism Policy’ (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); External Examiner: Dr Oldrich Bures, Metropolitan University Prague; 


Dr Stephen Rozee (Viva passed 06 March 2013; Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Salford): ‘The European Union as a Comprehensive Actor in Policing’ (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); PhD submission December 2012; External Examiner Prof John Occhipinti, Canisius College, Buffalo; 


Dr Ulrike Hoffmann (Viva passed 14 July 2013; Lady Monica Cockfield Memorial Trust Scholarship): ‘The Influence of Pro-Migrant Groups within the Shaping Process of the EU Asylum and Migration Policy’ (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); PhD submission April 2013; External Examiner Dr James Hampshire, University of Sussex


Dr Edwin Edzeokafor (Viva passed 24 September 2014): West Africa and securitization theory (supervised with Dr. Cameron Ross); External Examiner Dr Georgios Karyotis, University of Glasgow.


Dr. Briony Callander (Viva passed October 2015): The Role of the EU in Aviation Security (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); External Examiner Dr Javier Argomaniz, University of St Andrews.


Dr Ikrom Yakubov (Viva passed 23 June 2017): Terrorism, Securitization and Intelligence in Europe and the USA (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); External Examiner Dr Jonathan Colman, UCLAN, UK.


Dr Nikolaos Nikolakakis (Viva passed 14 June 2017): EU and the European Left Parties (supervised with Dr. Richard Dunphy); External Examiner Dr Luke March, University of Edinburgh, UK.


Dr Eric Halford (Viva passed 14 July 2017): Geographical Profiling Within Volume Crime and its Potential for Everyday Use within UK Policing (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard);


Dr Fikret Sendil (PhD submission 14 November 2018): The EU as a Security Actor in the Cyprus Conflict (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard); External Examiner Prof Dr Erol Kaymak, Eastern Mediterranean University Cyprus.


Dr Dele Kogbe (Viva passed May 2020): Regional Integration Africa (ECOWAS) and Europe compared (supervised with Dr. Sarah Leonard; Prof Cameron Ross). External Examiner Dr Toni Haastrup, University of Stirling.


Dr Alamgir Khan (Viva passed March 2021): A Critical Study of Pakistan’s Counterinsurgency Strategy in the Tribal Areas (2001-2014) (supervised with Prof Cameron Ross). External Examiner Dr Matteo Fumagalli, University of St Andrews.


Dr Zana Kurda (Viva passed April 2021): EU Actorness towards Iraqi Kurdistan (supervised with Prof Luk Van Langenhoven). External Examiner Prof Frederik Söderbaum, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.


Dr Lingyu Xu (Viva passed May 2021): Migration Policy in China (supervised with Prof Florian Trauner). External Examiner Dr Steffi Weil, University of Antwerp, Belgium.


Dr Ioanna Mavromati (Viva passed 25 May 2021): EU-Russia and Energy Security (supervised with Prof Cameron Ross). External Examiner Prof Richard Sakwa, University of Kent.


Dr Sevgi Temizisler: (Viva passed 21 June 2021): Poli!ciza!on of EU migraton policies and its effect on European integration (supervised with Dr Trisha Mayer & Dr Jamal Shahin). External Examiner Prof. Katjana Gattermann, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.


Dr Ori Wertman (Viva passed 06 October 2021): Securitisation and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (supervised with Dr Joana de Deus Pereira and Dr James Gravelle). External Examiners Prof. Gabriel Ben Dor, University of Haifa, Israel & Dr Jonathan Colman, UCLAN.


Dr Faisal Yaqoob (Viva passed October 2021): ‘Counter-terrorism in Pakistan’ (co-supervised with Prof Sarah Leonard; Dr Scott Brown; Dr Abdullah Yusuf); External Examiners Prof Shabana Fayyaz, Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan.


Service as a PhD Assessor/Examiner (12 PhDs):

Dr Ghollam Abbas Farasoo: ‘The Impacts of Proxy War on Afghanistan’ (External Examiner, Deakin University, Australia, March 2022);


Dr Wagner Martins: ‘Social Capital and Attitudes towards Immigrants: A Comparative Analysis between Europe and the Americas’ (External Examiner, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil, March 2021);


Dr David Rojo: ‘FRONTEX, EASO and EUROPOL: towards an integrated Border Management in the EU’ (External Examiner, Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain, December 2018);


Dr Silvia D’Amato: ‘Counter-Terrorism in France and Italy’ (External Examiner, SNS Florence, Italy, July 2017);


Dr Caroline Armstrong: ‘The EU asylum system’ (External Examiner, London School of Economics, London, November 2016);


Dr Adina Maricut: ‘EU in Justice and Home Affairs’ (External Examiner, Central European University, Budapest, June 2016);


Dr Philip Berry: ‘The US and the UK’s War on the Afghan Opium Industry: A Critical Evaluation of Anglo-American Counter Narcotics Policies in Afghanistan, 2001-2011’ (Chair of the Viva, University of Dundee, November 2015);


Dr Santino Lo Bianco: ‘The role of the EU in Justice and Home Affairs’ (External Examiner, University of Amsterdam, September 2015);


Dr Ethem Ilbiz: ‘Europe, Turkey and Counter-Terrorism’ (External Examiner, University of Nottingham, May 2014);


Dr Edwin Edzeokafor: West Africa and securitization theory (Chair of the Interim Assessment, University of Dundee, December 2012)

 

Ms Yetunde Fatima Amore: Nigeria and African Politics (Chair of the Viva, University of Dundee, March 2013);


Ms. Claire Derbyshire: The Spreading of Nuclear Weapons as a Security Threat (Chair of the Examination, University of Salford, 2007/08);


Postdoctoral Supervision/Mentorship (8 Postdoc Fellows):


Dr Joana de Deus Pereira (PhD Kings College London): ‘The European Union migration policy and private security’; 


Dr Ethem Ilbiz (PhD Nottingham University): ‘The European Union cyber security’;

 

Dr Eyene Okpanachi (PhD University of Alberta, Canada): ‘The European Union migration policy and return migration from Africa’; 


Dr Helena Carrapico (PhD EUI Florence): ‘The Role of the UK in EU Justice and Home Affairs’; 


Dr Edzia Carvalho (PhD University of Essex): ‘Monitoring Minority Rights: Assessing the effectiveness of expert scrutiny by the United Nations and European organisations’;


Dr Stephen Rozee (PhD University of Dundee): ‘The European Union Policing and its member states’; 


Dr Sergei Mudrov (PhD University of Salford): ‘The role of Churches in Civil Society: the cases of Belarus and Great Britain’; 


Dr Scott Brown (PhD University of Glasgow): ‘The European Union and China Relations; 


Distinction in the Professional Community

Co-Chair of the Border Vison Advisory Group, Home Office, UK (from 01/11/2020): Responsibilities: chairing of the working group; leadership and direction; chairing of the committee meetings; participation in consultation and deliberation processes; attendance at all meetings of the relevant committee(s); development of initiatives.


Distinction in the Academic Community

Chair of the British International Studies Association (BISA), working group on International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora (from 01/08/2020): Responsibilities: chairing of the working group; leadership and direction; chairing of the committee meetings; participation in consultation and deliberation processes; attendance at all meetings of the relevant committee(s); contribution to ongoing improvement in relations between the Association and the practitioner communities; development of initiatives.


Director (with V. Bello) of the European International Studies Association (EISA), standing section on International Migration (from 01/12/2019): Responsibilities: creation of the new standing section on international migration; leadership and direction; chairing of the committee meetings; participation in consultation and deliberation processes; attendance at all meetings of the relevant committee(s); contribution to ongoing improvement in relations between the Association and the practitioner communities; development of initiatives.


Director (with J. Occhipinti) of the European Union Studies Association (EUSA), special section on the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (from 01/10/2012): Responsibilities: creation of the new special section on the AFSJ; leadership and direction; chairing of the committee meetings; participation in consultation and deliberation processes; attendance at all meetings of the relevant committee(s); contribution to ongoing improvement in relations between the Association and the practitioner communities; development of initiatives (funding; biannual conferences; summer schools; etc.).


Academic Council of the European Union Studies Association (EUSA) (from 01/05/2015): Responsibilities: participation in consultation and deliberation processes; attendance at all meetings of the relevant committee(s); contribution to ongoing improvement in relations between the Association and the practitioner communities; development of initiatives (research funding; biannual conferences; summer schools; etc.).


Elected Executive Committee Member of University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) (2009-2012): Responsibilities: attendance of the full committee meetings; participation in consultation and deliberation processes, as requested by the Officers and/or Executive Director; holding a particular Committee portfolio, or membership of a sub-committee of the Association; attendance at all meetings of the relevant sub-committee(s); contribution to ongoing improvement in relations between the Association and the practitioner communities, in keeping with the Association’s practitioner strategy; supporting measures accepted by the Committee when these are put before the AGM Undertaking the general responsibilities as a Trustee of the Association, as set out by the Charity Commission.


Editor of the Book Series ‘European Security and Justice Critiques’ with Edward Elgar with Dr Leonard (2015 - present): The editors are responsible for publishing monographs, edited books and other book projects, chairing the Editorial Board, updating the book series website, promoting the book series, acquiring manuscripts, and completing associate administrative tasks.


Editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Studies with Prof Martin Bull (2018- present): The editors are responsible for publishing four journal issues per year, chairing the Editorial Board, maintaining the journal website, promoting the journal, and completing the associate administrative tasks.


Editor of the Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies with Prof Joseph Fitsanakis and Prof John Nomikos (2020 - present): The editors are responsible for publishing several journal issues per year, chairing the Editorial Board, maintaining the journal website, promoting the journal, and completing the associate administrative tasks.


Editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Research with Dr Leonard (2009-2012): The editors are responsible for publishing four journal issues per year, chairing the Editorial Board, maintaining the journal website, promoting the journal, and completing the associate administrative tasks.


Member of the Editorial Board of Journal of European Integration since November 2016.


Member of the Editorial Board of Perspectives on European Politics and Society since March 2013.


Invited Expert European Parliament (since 2012).


External Examiner at the following universities (present): 

Dublin City University, Ireland: external examiner for their MA (PG) programme in International Relations

University of Aberdeen, Scotland: external examiner for their UG programme in International Relations

University of Nottingham, England: external examiner for PhD student (Ethem Ilbiz)

Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands: external examiner for PhD student (Santino Lo Bianco)

Central European University, Budapest, Hungary: external examiner for PhD student (Adina Maricut)

London School of Economics, London, UK: external examiner for PhD student (Caroline Armstrong)

Scuola Normale Superiore (SNS) Florence, Italy: external examiner for PhD student (Silvia D’Amato)

University of Chester, UK: MSc External Examiner Policing, Law Enforcement and Security

Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain: external examiner for PhD student (David Rojo)

Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway: MSc Supervisor, Conflict and Security

Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK: MSc External Examiner International Relations, Conflict and Security 

Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil: external examiner for PhD student (Wagner Martins)

Deakin University, Australia: external examiner for PhD student (Ghollam Abbas Farasoo)




Modules Coordinated

Term Title Subject
2022 Introduction to European Integration LG104X
2022 Issues in European Integration LG345