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|Coordinator Country||Poland [PL]|
|Total cost||146˙462 €|
|EC max contribution||146˙462 € (100%)|
1. H2020-EU.1.3.2. (Nurturing excellence by means of cross-border and cross-sector mobility)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2015-09-15 to 2018-10-31|
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|1||COLLEGIUM CIVITAS||PL (WARSZAWA)||coordinator||146˙462.00|
DICTAPLOMACY investigates an understudied dimension of authoritarianism – the use autocrats make of diplomacy as a tool of regime-survival. The project analyses and compares the foreign policy strategies and “dictaplomatic” tactics of four ideal-typical authoritarian regimes in post-Soviet Eurasia, with the aim of modelling the mechanisms whereby diplomacy serves them for external regime-legitimation and authoritarian consolidation. DICTAPLOMACY is a multidisciplinary project that combines insights and methods from comparative politics, international relations (IR) theories and foreign policy-making analysis. It elaborates an innovative framework for analysing rogue behaviour in contemporary IR. It departs from the idea that the EU’s democracy-promotion efforts in Eastern Europe require a better understanding of the foreign policy manoeuvres of post-Soviet authoritarian regimes. In identifying the international components of authoritarian resilience, DICTAPLOMACY also highlights which incentives and coercive means could limit the resilience and contain the diffusion of authoritarian governance. This is a timely endeavour, given the growing assertiveness of Russia in world affairs, and the emerging “nuisance” capacity of many of its undemocratic neighbours (Belarus, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan notably) in regional affairs. Building on the researcher’s expertise in post-Soviet transition and the geopolitics of Eurasia, as well as on the leading academic experience of the host institution in diplomatic studies, the Individual Fellowship will provide the experienced researcher with a chance to acquire new skills, thus reinforcing her maturity as an IR scholar, as well as the host institution’s own visibility in the European Research Area. DICTAPLOMACY is a policy-relevant project with a strong potential to entail cross-disciplinary fertilisation between scientific research and policy-advocacy work as well, thanks to the researcher’s planned secondment in a think tank.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Azerbaijan: Drifts and Shifts
published pages: , ISSN: 2315-1129, DOI: 10.2815/583335
|ISSUE Alert 7||2019-06-17|
Does State Violence Translate into a More Bellicose Foreign Behavior? Domestic Predictors of International Conflictâ€Propensity in Postâ€Soviet Eurasia
published pages: 11, ISSN: 2364-5334, DOI: 10.24216/97723645330050202_02
|Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society 2/2||2019-06-17|
Belarus: time for a \'principled\' re-engagement
published pages: 4, ISSN: 2315-1110, DOI: 10.2815/118232
|ISSUE Brief 6 (February)||2019-06-17|
Le BÃ©larus dans Lâ€™Union Eurasiatique
published pages: 303, ISSN: 0338-0599, DOI: 10.3917/receo.483.0303
|Revue dâ€™Ã©tudes comparatives Est-Ouest 48/3||2019-05-04|
Les zombies sortent de lâ€™ombre : comment la Russie manipule lâ€™observation Ã©lectorale internationale [Zombies come out of the shadows: how Russia manipulates international electoral observation]
published pages: in press, ISSN: , DOI:
|La dÃ©mocratie Ã lâ€™Ã©preuve de lâ€™autoritarisme, eds. Pascal Bonnard, Dorota Dakowska & Boris Gobille||2019-05-04|
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