Hylke Dijkstra is an Assistant Professor (with tenure) at the Department of Political Science. He is author of International Organizations and Military Affairs (Routledge, 2016) and Policy-Making in EU Security and Defense (Palgrave, 2013).
EU-CIVCAP Policy Recommendations: Executive Summary of the Final Report including Guidance for Policymakers
Lead Author: Juncos, A.E.
Lead Institution: University of Bristol
Contributing Authors: G. Algar-Faria, C. Barbieri, T. De Zan, H. Dijkstra, N. Habbida, N. Pirozzi, M.E. Smith, B. Venturi, T. Vogel and P.H. Zartsdahl
Published: 30 September 2018
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Published: 2 November 2016
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Partners in conflict prevention and peacebuilding: How the EU, UN and OSCE exchange civilian capabilities in Kosovo, Mali and Armenia
Published: 4 September 2017
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Lead Author: Smith, M.E.
Lead Institution: University of Aberdeen
Contributing Authors: K. Abdi, C. Barbieri, E. Gillette, T. De Zan, H. Dijkstra, A.E. Juncos, N. Habbida, N. Pirozzi, S. Simons, B. Venturi, P.H. Zartsdahl
Published: 12 October 2018
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Title: The EU’s partners in crisis response and peacebuilding: complementarities and synergies with the UN and OSCE
Authors: Dijkstra, H., E. Mahr, P. Petrov, K. Đokić and P.H. Zartsdahl
Journal: Global Affairs
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Title: Contested Implementation: The Unilateral Influence of Member States on Peacebuilding Policy in Kosovo
Authors: Eckhard, S. and H. Dijkstra
Journal: Global Policy
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European and international responses to conflict early response
Lessons identified, lessons learned, and best practices
Dissemination and communication
The Department of Political Science at UMAAS has significant competencies in EU institutions; EU democracy and civil society; EU migration policy; and EU external relations. Within the area of EU external relations, Maastricht scholars have especially paid attention to foreign, security and neighbourhood policy, adopting distinctive institutionalist perspectives.