Richard G. Whitman
Richard G. Whitman
Professor of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent
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From civilian power to superpower?: the international identity of the European Union
R Whitman
Springer, 1998
The foreign policies of European Union member states
I Manners, R Whitman, D Allen
Manchester University Press, 2000
The" difference engine': constructing and representing the international identity of the European Union
I Manners, R Whitman
Journal of European public policy 10 (3), 380-404, 2003
Normative power Europe: Empirical and theoretical perspectives
R Whitman
Springer, 2011
Towards identifying the international identity of the European Union: A framework for analysis of the EU's network of relationships
IJ Manners, RG Whitman
Journal of European Integration 21 (3), 231-249, 1998
Analysing European integration: reflecting on the English school
T Diez, R Whitman
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 40 (1), 43-67, 2002
The European Neighbourhood Policy in perspective: Context, implementation and impact
R Whitman, S Wolff
Springer, 2010
The EU as a conflict manager? The case of Georgia and its implications
RG Whitman, S Wolff
International affairs 86 (1), 87-107, 2010
The fall, and rise of civilian power Europe?
R Whitman
Canberra, ACT: National Europe Centre (NEC), The Australian National University, 2002
The value of power, the power of values: a call for an EU grand strategy (Egmont Paper 33)
S Biscop
Academia Press, 2009
Assessing the decennial, reassessing the global: Understanding European Union normative power in global politics
I Manners
Cooperation and Conflict 48 (2), 304-329, 2013
The European Union as a global conflict manager
RG Whitman, S Wolff
Routledge, 2012
The Decentring Agenda: Europe as a post-colonial power
NF Onar, K Nicolaïdis
Cooperation and Conflict 48 (2), 283-303, 2013
The Lisbon Treaty and the Foreign, Security and Defence Policy: Reforms, Implementation and the Consequences of (non–) Ratification
R Whitman, A Juncos
European foreign affairs review 14 (1), 25-46, 2009
The neo-normative turn in theorising the EU’s international presence
RG Whitman
Cooperation and conflict 48 (2), 171-193, 2013
NATO, the EU and ESDP: an emerging division of labour?
RG Whitman
Contemporary security policy 25 (3), 430-451, 2004
Amsterdam's Unfinished Business?: The Blair Government's Initiative and the Future of the Western European Union
RG Whitman
Institute for Security Studies. Western European Union, 1999
EU normative power and regionalism: Ideational diffusion and its limits
T Lenz
Cooperation and Conflict 48 (2), 211-228, 2013
Another theory is possible: dissident voices in theorising Europe
I Manners, R Whitman
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (1), 3-18, 2016
Road map for a route March?(De-) civilianizing through the EU’s security strategy
R Whitman
European foreign affairs review 11 (1), 1-15, 2006
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