On 2 November, our Research Group members Katharina McLarren, Dr. Edmund Ratka and Prof. Dr. Bernhard Stahl have presented our book “Tunisia’s International Relations since the ‘Arab Spring’. Transition Inside and Out” at the Deutsch-Arabische Freundschaftsgesellschaft e.V. (DAFG) in Berlin. A short report will follow – check out facebook for pictures.
The Chair of International Politics of the University of Passau has published an Arab translation of the textbook by Prof. Bernhard Stahl. A great introduction to International Relations Theories and how to apply them! You can download the e-book here.
Our Research Group member Prof. Dr. Bernhard Stahl has recently issued a new publication (in German) on the EU’s reaction to the Tunisian ‘Arabellion': Stahl, Bernhard, “Die Reaktion der EU auf die Arabellion – das Beispiel Tunesien”, in: Der Beitrag der Europäischen Union zur Stabilisierung des Nahen Ostens und Nordafrikas. Tagungsband zur Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreises […]
We are happy that our book “Tunisia International Relations since the ‘Arab Spring’. Transition Inside and Out”, published this year with Routledge, has been reviewed! Bosco Govantes from the University Pablo de Olavide in Seville, Spain, published his review in the Revista de Estudios Internationals Mediterráneos in June 2018. Please read the Spanish version here.
Our project members Laura-Theresa Krüger and Bernhard Stahl have just published a theory-driven analysis of French-Tunisian relations before and since 2011 in the journal Mediterranean Politics: Laura-Theresa Krüger & Bernhard Stahl (2016): The French foreign policy U-turn in the Arab Spring – the case of Tunisia, Mediterranean Politics. For a free access copy, please use […]
After we handed in our book manuscript in late June, our research group ‘Tunisia in Transition – International Relations’ met for a last project meeting in Tunis from 23 to 25 September 2016. The programme comprised a visit to and discussion at the Truth and Dignity Commission as well as a roundtable on Europe’s way […]
Last week, the coordination team of “Tunisia in Transition – International Relations” met in Passau in order to discuss last issues regarding the joint book publication. We further drafted the introduction and rearranged parts of the overall book structure that we also discussed with Prof. Stahl. After this intense and fruitful meeting, we are confident […]
Recently, Dr. Edmund Ratka and Prof. Bernhard Stahl have contributed a chapter on German-Tunisian relations in a German book on special relations: Ratka, Edmund / Stahl, Bernhard (2015): “Deutschland und Tunesien – eine Kantianische Freundschaft im Werden?”, in: Sebastian Harnisch / Klaus Brummer / Kai Oppermann (Hrsg.), „Sonderbeziehungen als Nexus zwischen Außenpolitik und internationalen Beziehungen“ […]
Having re-visited in our first workshop the instruments of „Research Design“ (February 13th-14th) with Dr. Mathieu Rousselin, our next workshop on “Multi-sited Ethnography, Anthropology by Appointment and Sensory Anthropology: Qualitative Methods of Data Collection” explores both classical and contemporary approaches in anthropological methodology. Our external guest will be Dr. Julia Bayer (LMU), who has a […]
Our project members Laura-Theresa Krüger and Edmund Ratka jointly published an article about the perception of European policies in Tunisia after the Arab Spring. In their article, based on interviews with civil society activists in Tunis, they investigate whether Tunisians perceive a change in Euro-Tunisian relations and how effective and unified the presumably ‘new’ policy is in Tunisian […]