Emilian Kavalski
Emilian Kavalski
Li Dak Sum Chair Professor in China-Eurasia Relations, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
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The struggle for recognition of normative powers: Normative power Europe and normative power China in context
E Kavalski
Cooperation and Conflict 48 (2), 247-267, 2013
The fifth debate and the emergence of complex international relations theory: notes on the application of complexity theory to the study of international life
E Kavalski
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 20 (3), 435-454, 2007
Extending the European Security Community: Constructing Peace in the Balkans
E Kavalski
IB Tauris, 2008
Central Asia and the rise of normative powers: Contextualizing the security governance of the European Union, China, and India
E Kavalski
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2012
China and the global politics of regionalization
E Kavalski
Routledge, 2016
India and Central Asia: The mythmaking and international relations of a rising power
E Kavalski
IB Tauris, 2010
The new Central Asia: The regional impact of international actors
E Kavalski
World Scientific, 2010
Partnership or rivalry between the EU, China and India in Central Asia: The normative power of regional actors with global aspirations
E Kavalski
European Law Journal 13 (6), 839-856, 2007
Defunct federalisms: Critical perspectives on federal failure
E Kavalski, M Żółkoś
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008
“We Are the Hawks of Freedom”: Bulgaria’s Good Fishing in the Muddy Waters of the Gulf
E Kavalski
Journal of Slavic Military Studies 19 (1), 33-55, 2006
Looking north: Central Asia and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
E Kavalski
Handbook of India's International Relations, 201-210, 2011
The European Union in the heartland: A normative power looking for a strategy in Central Eurasia
E Kavalski
Lexington Books, 2016
World politics at the edge of chaos: Reflections on complexity and global life
E Kavalski
SUNY Press, 2015
Shanghaied into cooperation: framing China’s socialization of Central Asia
E Kavalski
Journal of Asian and African Studies 45 (2), 131-145, 2010
The complexity of global security governance: an analytical overview
E Kavalski
Global Society 22 (4), 423-443, 2008
Stable outside, fragile inside?: post-Soviet statehood in central Asia
E Kavalski
Routledge, 2016
From the Western Balkans to the Greater Balkans Area: The External Conditioning of" Awkward" and" Integrated" States
E Kavalski
Mediterranean Quarterly 17 (3), 86-100, 2006
Power Transition in Asia
D Walton, E Kavalski
Introduction: engaging China's foreign policy
E Kavalski
The Ashgate Research Companion to Chinese Foreign Policy, 21-40, 2016
The international socialization of the Balkans
E Kavalski
The review of international affairs 2 (4), 71-88, 2003
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