Publications and audiovisual material supported by the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (2019-23 funding period)

EU Policy Briefs:

“The European Union’s Strategic Compass”, EU Policy Brief #10, by Luca Ratti (University of Rome III), April 2022.

“The EU’s approach to regulating artificial intelligence”, EU Policy Brief #9, by Robert Gould (Carleton University), January 2022.

“COVID-19 and the European Union: Crisis and response”, EU Policy Brief #8, by Scott L. Greer (University of Michigan), July 2021.

“Is the time ripe to negotiate an Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (AFTA)?”, EU Policy Brief #7, by Armand de Mestral (McGill University), July 2021.

“The EU’s new regime for rule-of-law conditionality to protect the budget: Will it make a difference?”, EU Policy Brief #6, by Nanette Neuwahl (Université de Montréal), February 2021.

“European digital sovereignty: Combining self-interest with due diligence”, EU Policy Brief #5, by Annegret Bendiek (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin), December 2020.

“European citizenship outside of European Union: How to make it relevant to all mobile Europeans”, EU Policy Brief #4, by Agnieszka Weinar (Carleton University), July 2020.

“EU cyber defense”, EU Policy Brief #3, by Didier Danet, Stéphane Taillat, & Julien Nocetti (Military Academy of Saint-Cyr, France), March 2020

“The priorities of the new European Commission”, EU Policy Brief #2, by Anca Gurzu (POLITICO Europe), November 2019

“Canadian public opinion on Brexit”, EU Policy Brief #1, by Achim Hurrelmann (Carleton University), October 2019

Research and policy briefs:

“Brexit and Canada-Europe economic relations: One year Into the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement”, by Patrick Leblond and Hery Maholisoa Ramiarison (University of Ottawa), April 2022.

“Deepening the ‘Brussels effect’ to avoid dystopia: Ethics and the globalisation of EU identity and influence”, by Robert Gould (Carleton University), June 2021.

“EU and AI: EU identity and ‘systemic rivalry’”, by Robert Gould (Carleton University), February 2021.

“EU digital autonomy, sovereignty and identity in the time of COVID-19”, by Robert Gould (Carleton University), July 2020.

“Democratic dilemmas: Dealing with Alternative für Deutschland and Vox España”, by Robert Gould (Carleton University), February 2020

Multimedia presentations:

Transatlantic Cooperation in an Uncertain World: What’s Next for the Canada-EU Strategic Partnership?, Conversation between Ailish Campbell (Ambassador of Canada to the European Union) and Melita Gabrič (Ambassador of the European Union to Canada), co-organized with the Delegation of the EU to Canada and Global Affairs Canada, June 1, 2022.

Failing European Orders: Pathological Learning in the Past and Today, Research Lecture with Jürgen Neyer (European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder), March 22, 2022.

EU Digital Governance: Lessons and Consequences for Canada, Roundtable with Mark Agnew (Canadian Chamber of Commerce), Chantal Bernier (Dentons Canada),
Kristina Irion (University of Amsterdam), Martynas Barysas (BusinessEurope), co-organized with the Paul M. Tellier Chair on Business and Public Policy, University of Ottawa, January 27, 2022.

The Belarus-Poland-Lithuania Migrant Crisis: Context and Concerns, Roundtable with David Marples (University of Alberta), Piotr Dutkiewicz (Carleton University), Andrea Chandler (Carleton University), J. Paul Goode (Carleton University), Achim Hurrelmann (Carleton University), Joan DeBardeleben (Carleton University), November 24, 2021.

Provocation and Challenge III: Populism and Neo-Fascism in Transnational Contexts, Panel with Nancy Jouwe (Framer Framed, Mapping Slavery), Harald Weilnböck (cultures interactive e.V), and Maya Roy (YWCA Canada, Block Hate Initiative), November 18, 2021.

Provocation and Challenge II: Populism and Neo-Fascism in Transnational Contexts, Panel with Danielle Carron (Carleton University), Brandon Rigato (Carleton University), Andrea Pető (Central European University), Jan Grabowski (University of Ottawa), Ov Cristian Norocel (Lund University), and Dagmar Ellerbrock (Dresden University), October 27, 2021.

Provocation and Challenge I: Populism and Neo-Fascism in Transnational Contexts, Panel with Jennifer Evans (Carleton University), Swen Steinberg (Carleton University), Katelyn Arac (Queen’s University), and David Y. Clement (Carleton University), October 7, 2021.

Is the Time Ripe to Negotiate an Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (AFTA)?, CETA Business Roundtable, with a presentation by Armand de Mestral (McGill University) and comments by Özlem Atikcan (University of Warwick), Marc Bungenberg (Europa-Institut and University of Saarland), Michelle Egan (American University), Ricardo Ramirez (RRH Consultores, S.C.), Sylvie Tabet (Global Affairs Canada), co-organized with the Paul M. Tellier Chair on Business and Public Policy, University of Ottawa, May 27, 2021.

CETA: Where Are We after More than Three Years?, JMCE Virtual Conference, featuring (by order of appearance) with H.E. Ailish Campbell (Ambassador-Designate of Canada to the European Union, Global Affairs Canada), Valerie D’Erman (University of Victoria), Robert Finbow (Dalhousie University), Nanette Neuwahl (University of Montreal), Ksenia Polonskaya (Carleton University), Michèle Rioux (University of Quebec at Montreal), Mark Agnew (Canadian Chamber of Commerce), Eleonora Catella (BusinessEurope), Geneviève Gougeon (Global Affairs Canada), Delphine Sallard (Delegation of the European Union to Canada) and H.E. Melita Gabrič (Ambassador-Designate of the European Union to Canada), March 26, 2021.

The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy and NATO after Brexit, EU Policy Interview with Benjamin Zyla (University of Ottawa), December 2020.

COVID-19’s Impact on Canada-Europe Business, CETA Business Roundtable, with Geneviève Abbott (Executive Director, Catalonia Trade & Investment Office), Delphine Adenot-Owusu (Executive Director, EU Chamber of Commerce in Canada), Claire Citeau (Executive Director, Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance), Yvonne Denz (President & CEO, Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce), Marie-France Paquet (Chief Economist, Global Affairs Canada), Riva Walia (Managing Director, France Canada Chamber of Commerce (Ontario), co-organized with the Paul M. Tellier Chair on Business and Public Policy, University of Ottawa, December 2, 2020.

The Business of CETA Two Years In, CETA Business Roundtable, with Mark Camilleri (Canada-EU Trade and Investment Association), Greg Eston (Kuriyama Canada), Geneviève Gougeon (Global Affairs Canada), Maud Labat (EU Delegation to Canada), Natacha Mignon (Immetis Legal Services), Don Paauwe (Canuck Dispensing Equipment BV), and Stephen Tapp (Export Development Canada), co-organized with the Paul M. Tellier Chair on Business and Public Policy, University of Ottawa, March 9, 2020

“The New European Commission”, EU Policy Interview with Anca Gurzu (Politico Europe), November 2019

Publications supported by the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (2016-19 funding period)

Journal special issue:

Special issue: EU Trade Policy in the 21st Century, Special Issue of the Journal of European Public Policy, guest editors: Patrick Leblond and Crina Viju-Miljusevic, December 2019.

Research briefs:

Commentary: “Vox España, an Alternative for Spain: Nationalism, Opposition to the European Union and Proposals for a “Spexit”, by Robert Gould, Carleton University, February 2019.

Commentary: “An Alternative Identity for Germany in the 21st Century”, by Robert Gould, Carleton University, February 2018.

Policy Brief: “Sanctions as a Bone of Contention in the EU-Germany-US-Russia Quadrilateral” by Hannes Adomeit, University of Kiel, Germany, December 2017

Policy Brief: “The Russia Factor in European Security: Back to the Future?” by Marie Raquel Freire, University of Coimbra, Portugal, August 2017.

Policy Brief: “International Cyber Policy and Transatlantic Relations” by Annegret Bendiek and Ben Wagner, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) Berlin, July 2017.

Policy Brief: “NATO in the Post-Crimea Era” by Elinor Sloan, Carleton University, June 2017.

Policy Brief: “The EU’s “Energy Union“: A Challenge of Continued Expectation Management” by Severin Fischer, Center for Security Studies ETH Zürich, June 2017.

Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence publications are supported in part by a grant from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport.

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