Related Publications by the Partners

TalTech Law School, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Metcalf, Katrin N. “Information Aggression: A Battlefield of Smartphones.” In The Russian Federation in Global Knowledge Warfare: Influence Operations in Europe and Its Neighbourhood, 195–211. Contributions to International Relations. Cham: Springer, 2021. ttps://

Mölder, Holger, Vladimir Sazonov, Archil Chochia, and Tanel Kerikmäe, eds. The Russian Federation in Global Knowledge Warfare: Influence Operations in Europe and Its Neighbourhood. Contributions to International Relations. Cham: Springer, 2021.

Mölder, Holger, and Eric Shiraev. “Global Knowledge Warfare, Strategic Imagination, Uncertainty, and Fear.” In The Russian Federation in Global Knowledge Warfare: Influence Operations in Europe and Its Neighbourhood, edited by Holger Mölder, Vladimir Sazonov, Archil Chochia, and Tanel Kerikmäe, 13–32. Cham: Springer, 2021.

Troitiño, David R., Tanel Kerikmäe, Ricardo M. De la Guardia, and Guillermo A. P. Sánchez, eds. The EU in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities for the European Integration Process. Cham: Springer, 2020.

Center for Social Sciences (CSS), Georgia

Abzianidze, Nino. “Us vs. Them as Structural Equivalence: Analysing Nationalist Discourse Networks in the Georgian Print Media”. Politics and Governance 8, no. 2 (2020): 243–256. DOI: 10.17645/pag.v8i2.2605

___. “Media Coverage of The Ultranationalist Groups in Georgia: Mapping the Structure of The Discourse”. Working paper April 2021, no. 15. Georgian Institute of Politics.

Amashukeli, Mariam, Diana Lezhava, and Marine Chitashvili. “‘Conditioned’ Quality Assurance of Higher Education in Georgia: Talking the EU Talk.” TalTech Journal of European Studies 10, no. 2 (2020): 75–95.

Osepashvili, Irine, Flora Esebua, and Lia Tsuladze. Post-Visa Liberalization Discourses on Georgia’s Europeanization. Tblisi: Center for Social Sciences, “Nekeri,” 2021.

Tsuladze, Lia. “Managing Ambivalence: An Interplay Between the Wanted and Unwanted Aspects of European Integration in Georgia.” In The Unwanted Europeanness? Understanding Division and Inclusion in Contemporary Europe, edited by Branislav Radeljić, 161–84. Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2021.

Tsuladze, Lia, and Irine Osepashvili. “Georgia’s Europeanization: Performative Games and Peculiarities of ‘Enforced Socialization.’” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, Project Muse, 29, no. 1 (2021): 91–109.

Corvinus University of Budapest (CUB), Hungary

Göncz, Borbála, and György Lengyel. “Europhile Public vs. Eurosceptic Governing Elite in Hungary?” Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy 56, no. 2 (2021): 86–90.

Ilonszki, Gabriella. “How Far Can Populist Governments Go? The Impact of the Populist Government on the Hungarian Parliament.” Parliamentary Affairs 74, no. 4 (2021): 770–785.

Ilonszki, Gabriella, and Agnieszka Dudzińska. “Opposition Behaviour against the Third Wave of Autocratisation: Hungary and Poland Compared.” European Political Science 20 (2021): 603–616.

Melegh, Attila, and Zoltan Csányi. “Globalizációs nyitás és a migrációs szintek emelkedése. Lépések egy globális történeti magyarázat felé [Globalization opening and the rise of the migrational levels. Steps towards a global historical explanation].” Demográfia 64, no. 1 (2021): 39–91.

Melegh, Attila, Anna Vancsó, Dorottya Mendly, and Márton Hunyadi. “Positional Insecurity and the Hungarian Migration Policy.” In The EU Migration System of Governance: Justice on the Move, edited by Michela Ceccorulli, Enrico Fassi, and Sonia Lucarelli, 173–97. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.

Tamássy, Réka, and Zsuzsanna Géring. “Rich Variety of DA Approaches Applied in Social Media Research: A Systematic Scoping Review.” Discourse & Communication 00, no. 0 (2021): 1–17.

Dublin City University (DCU), Ireland

Deligiaouri, Anastasia, and Jane Suiter. “A Policy Impact Tool: Measuring the Policy Impact of Public Participation in Deliberative e-Rulemaking.” Policy Internet 13, no. 3 (2021): 349–65.

Flynn, Roderick. “Media Ownership in Ireland.” In Digital News Report Ireland 2021, edited by Colleen Murrell, Kirsty Park, David Robbins, and Dawn Wheatley, 98–99. Dublin: DCU, The Institute for Future Media Democracy and Society, 2021.

Lokot, Tetyana. “Ukraine Is Europe? Complicating the Concept of the ‘European’ in the Wake of an Urban Protest.” Communication and Critical/ Cultural Studies 18, no. 4 (2021): 439–46.

Sehl, Annika, and Alessio Cornia. “How Do Public Service Media Innovate? An Analysis of Product Development by European PSM.” Journalism Studies 22, no. 11 (2021): 1469–86.

Centre for Social Studies (CES), Portugal

Amaro Dias, Vanda, and Maria Raquel Freire. “A securitização das fronteiras externas da UE: rumo à militarização da Europa fortaleza?” In Geografias e Poéticas da Fronteira: Leituras do Território, edited by Cristina Robalo-Cordeiro and Rui Jacinto, 341–60. 39. Lisbon: Âncora Editora e Centro de Estudos Ibéricos, 2020.

Freire, Maria Raquel. “EU and Russia Competing Projects in the Neighbourhood: An Ontological Security Approach.” Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional 63, no. 1 (2020): 1–18.

___. “EU-Russia-US Relations: Diverging Visions on European Security.” In The Routledge Handbook of EU-Russia Relations: Structures, Actors, Issues, edited by Tatiana Romanova and Maxine David. Routledge International Handbooks. London: Routledge, 2021.

Santos, Sofia José. “​Admirável mundo velho: Os (e-)continuuns de poder nas Relações Internacionais da era digital.” In Emancipar o mundo: Teoria Crítica e Relações Internacionais, edited by José Manuel Pureza and Marcos F. Ferreira, 187–212. Coimbra: Almedina, 2021.

Santos, Sofia José, Maria José Brites, Inês Amaral, and Rita Basílio Simões. “Generational Perspectives on EU Documents Tackling Disinformation.” In Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Technology Design and Acceptance. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, edited by Qin Gao and Jia Zhou, 349–60. Cham: Springer, 2021.

Santos, Sofia José, Carlota Houart, and Alexandre De Sousa Carvalho. “Exploring the Mediascape from the Epistemologies of the South.” Commons: Revista de Comunicación y Ciudadanía Digital 9, no. 2 (2020): 211–37.

Santos, Sofia José, and Tiago Lapa. “Desinformação em tempos de excepção: Tecnopolítica, vigilância e literacia digital crítica.” In Comunicação, contradições narrativas e desinformação em contextos contemporâneos, edited by Larissa Pelúcio and Raquel Cabral, 197–212. São Paulo: Gradus Editora – Cultura Acadêmica, 2021.

Santos, Sofia José, and Rita Santos. “Covid-19 Pandemic: The Reproduction and Contestation of Securitisation of Asylum Seekers, Immigrants and Afro-Descendants in the Portuguese Media.” From the European South 9 (2021): 47–68.

Simão, Licínia, and Maria Raquel Freire. “Turning Points and Shifting Understandings of European Security: The European Neighbourhood Policy’s Development.” In Managing Security Threats along the EU’s Eastern Flanks, edited by Rick Fawn, 31–52. New Security Challenges. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020.

Antonio de Nebrija University (UANE), Spain

Abad Quintanal, Gracia. “Managing a Pandemic: The Securitisation of Health and the Challenge for Fundamental Freedoms.” In Global Pandemic, Security and Human Rights: Comparative Explorations of COVID-19 and the Law, edited by Carlos Espaliu Berdud, Steve Foster, and Ben Stanford, 72–89. London: Routledge, 2021.

Boulos, Sonia. “Can Religious Human Rights Discourses Help Integrating Muslim Migrant Communities Across Europe?” RESI: Revista de Estudios En Seguridad Internacional [The Journal of International Security Studies] 6, no. 1 (2020): 79–99.

___. “Does Foreign Cyber Intervention in Electoral Processes Violate International Law?” In Security in the Global Commons and Beyond, edited by J. Martín Ramírez and Bartolomé Bauzá-Abril. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021.

Ferreira, Susana, and Rodrigues, Teresa. “Guaranteeing migrants’ rights in a time of pandemics: the Portuguese exception.” In Global Pandemic, Security and Human Rights. Comparative Explorations of Covid-19 and the Law, edited by B. Stanford, S. Foster & C. Espaliú Berdud, 90-111. London and New York, Routledge, 2021.

Ferreira, Susana, and Teresa Ferreira Rodrigues. “El Mediterráneo: la frontera marítima a las migraciones irregulares [The Mediterranean, the maritime border to irregular migrations].” In Seguridad y fronteras en el mar, edited by Rafael García Pérez and Isabel Lirola Delgado, Online, 113–47. Tirant lo Blanch, 2020.

Mayo-Cubero, Marcos. “Social Media and Digital Information Sources in News Coverage of Crisis, Disaster, and Emergency Situations: A case study from Spain.” In Digital Services in Crisis, Disaster, and Emergency Situations, pp. 268-281. IGI Global, 2021.

__. “A multivariable analysis on news production in Spain: digital newsroom profile, polyvalent journalists and gender perspective.” In Communication & Society 35, no. 3 (2022): 1-14.

Pedrero-Esteban, Luis-Miguel, and Ana Pérez-Escoda, eds. Cartografía de la comunicación postdigital: medios y audiencias en la sociedad de la covid-19 [Postdigital comunication cartography: media & audiences in Covid-19 society]. Pamplona: Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, 2020.

Pedrero-Esteban, Luis-Miguel, Ana Pérez-Escoda, and María-José Establés. “Brexit’s Impact on Spanish Media Discourse: News Coverage and Audience Reaction on Twitter.” Profesional de La Información 30, no. 6 (2021): 1–18.

Pérez-Escoda, Ana, and Luis-Miguel Pedrero-Esteban. “Retos del periodismo frente a las redes sociales, las fake news y la desconfianza de la generación Z [Challenges of journalism in the face of social networks, fake news and the distrust of generation Z].” Revista Latina de Comunicación Social 79 (2021): 67–85.

Radeljić, Branislav. “The Threatening Other or Very Own? EU Drawbacks and the Politics of Self-Undoing.” In The Unwanted Europeanness?: Understanding Division and Inclusion in Contemporary Europe, edited by Branislav Radeljić, 1–26. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2021.

___, ed. The Unwanted Europeanness?: Understanding Division and Inclusion in Contemporary Europe. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2021.

Radeljić, Branislav, and Carlos Gonzalez Villa. “Engagement without Accountability: The Role of Governments, Field Experts, and Public Intellectuals in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic.” RUDN Journal of Sociology 21, no. 4 (2021): 783–804.

Rivero, Monica, and Susana Ferreira. “La línea in/visible: La frontera, territorio de experiencia [The in/visible line: The border, territory of experience].” Anales de Historia del Arte, Departamento de Historia del Arte, no. 30 (2020): 73–91.

European Neighbourhood Council (ENC), Belgium