Ana E. Juncos

EU-CIVCAP Staff Principal Investigator Consortium Coordinator Work Package Leader – WPs 1, 6 & 9 Contributor


Ana E. Juncos is the EU-CIVCAP Consortium Co-ordinator and team leader at the University of Bristol. She is a Reader in European Politics at the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies. Her primary research interest lies in European foreign and security policy, with a particular focus on the development on the EU’s conflict prevention and crisis management capabilities and its role in conflict resolution. Her previous research project examined the EU’s intervention in the Western Balkans since 1991 (EU Foreign and Security Policy in Bosnia, 2013). She is also co-editor of EU Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management (with Eva Gross, Routledge, 2011).


Articles Authored

The Brexit Debate: What would Brexit mean for the UK’s conflict prevention and peace-building influence outside the EU? (10 June 2016) - One of the UK’s primary forms of power projection in the world is through its conflict prevention and peacebuilding efforts. But this power is largely projected through the amplifier of one or other multinational institution, and in particular the EU.
The Brexit Debate: The EU Referendum and its Impact on European Security – the ins and outs (30 May 2016) - Debates between the Bremain and Brexit campaigners have primarily focused on issues of immigration. However, most of these discussions tend to forget that the UK’s ability to manage refugee flows is inextricably linked to its ability to deal with international conflicts.

Journal Articles

resilience-juncosTitle: Resilience as the new EU foreign policy paradigm: a pragmatist turn?
Author: Juncos, A.E.
Year: 2016
Journal: European Security
Volume: N/A
Issue: N/A
Pages: 1–18

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Policy Briefings

policybriefing-1Title: “Preventing and responding to conflict: Improving EU civilian capabilities must be prioritised

Author: Juncos, A.E.
Publisher: PolicyBristol
Type: Policy Briefing
Reference: 40/2016

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Work Packages

WP1: LEAD

Consortium management

WP6: SUPPORT

Local capacity-building strategies

WP7: LEARN

Lessons identified, lessons learned, and best practices

WP8: SHARE

Dissemination and communication

WP9: SAFEGUARD

Ethics and data protection


Institutional Affiliation

University of Bristol

The Global Insecurities Centre at the University of Bristol is a multidisciplinary centre and has an excellent track-record in research funding and publication in the area of conflict, security and development.