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Dr Emile BADARIN

Postdoctoral Research Fellow , European Neighbourhood Policy Chair

Dr Emile BADARIN holds a PhD in Middle East Politics from the University of Exeter, an MSc in International Relations from the University of Bristol, an MSc in Political Science from Uppsala University and an MSc in Urban and Built Environment/Spatial Planning from the Stockholm-based Royal Institute of Technology (KTH, Sweden).

Dr BADARIN’s research cuts across fields of international relations and foreign policy, with the Middle East as an area study. His research at the ENP Chair examines vicissitudes of EU foreign policy since the Arab revolts in 2011. At Natolin, he is teaching a compact seminar on the ‘EU, Neighbourhoods and the Politics of Recognition’ in the second semester.

Publications:

Emile Badarin, 2018. ‘States Recognition in Foreign Policy: the case of Sweden’s Recognition of Palestine’, in: Foreign Policy Analysis, forthcoming.

2017. ‘Palestine: A Protracted Peacebuilding Process’, Conflict and Society: Advances in Research 3: 227–245.

2017. ‘From Social to Political Sectarianism in the Middle East World.” In: The Sectarian Question the Production of Minorities in the Arab World. Doha: Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies: Chapter 3 (Arabic).

2017. ‘The British Mandate of Palestine: from Colonisation to Settler-Colonialism’, in: Britain’s Legacy in Palestine. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2016. The Palestinian Political Discourse: between Exile and Occupation London: Routledge. ISBN-10: 1138101680

2015. ‘Settler-colonialist Management of Entrances to the Native Urban Space in Palestine.” Settler Colonial Studies 5 no.3: 226–235.

2015. ‘Revolutionary Instability: An Opportunity to Construct a Pluralist Political Horizon’, Umran: Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, 11 no.3: 119–137. Arabic.

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