Petar Petrov

EU-CIVCAP Staff Contributor


Petar Petrov is an Assistant Professor (with tenure) at the Department of Political Science, Maastricht University. He is co-editor of The EU, Strategy and Security Policy: Regional and Strategic Challenges (Routledge, 2016, with Laura Chappell and Jocelyn Mawdsley).


Articles Authored

Beyond ad hoc cooperation: How the EU, UN and OSCE can better address conflict (20 September 2017) - Do the EU and its partners also genuinely work together to achieve a unity of effort? In a recent EU-CIVCAP report, we studied whether the EU and other international organisations actually exchange civilian resources within target countries.
Implementing the EU Global Strategy: Action Points for Civilian Crisis Management (16 November 2016) - The Implementation Plan on Security and Defence provides important guidelines for improving civilian crisis management.

Deliverables

dl_4-1DL 4.1
Reacting to Conflict: Civilian Capabilities in the EU, UN and OSCE

Authors: Dijkstra, H., P. Petrov and E. Mahr
Institution: Maastricht University

Published: 2 November 2016

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DL 4.2
Partners in conflict prevention and peacebuilding: How the EU, UN and OSCE exchange civilian capabilities in Kosovo, Mali and Armenia

Authors: Dijkstra, H., E. Mahr, P. Petrov, K. Đokić, P.H. Zartsdahl
Lead Institution: Maastricht University

Published: 4 September 2017

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Work Packages

WP4: REACT

European and international responses to conflict early response

WP7: LEARN

Lessons identified, lessons learned, and best practices

WP8: SHARE

Dissemination and communication


Institutional Affiliation

Maastricht University

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.