Research Database

1. Resilience in South Caucasus Expand entry

Kakachia, Kornely, Agnieszka Legucka, and Bidzina Lebanidze. 2021. "Can the EU’s new global strategy make a difference? Strengthening resilience in the Eastern Partnership countries." Democratization: 1-19.

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Dzebisashvili, Shalva. 2021. One Step Forward – One Step Back: The Dilemma of State Resilience in the Absence of Coordinated Policy.
Policy Paper. Georgian Institute of Politics (Tbilisi).

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Lebanidze, Bidzina. 2020. Resilience and democracy: Can a pragmatic EU still promote democracy in Georgia? Policy Brief 21. Georgian Institute of Politics (Tbilisi).

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Rouet, Gilles, and Gabriela Carmen Pascariu, eds. 2019. Resilience and the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood Countries: Springer AG.

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Lavrelashvili, Teona. 2018. “Resilience-building in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine: Towards a Tailored Regional Approach from the EU”. European View 17 (2). European View: 189–96. doi:10.1177/1781685818805680.

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Mikhelidze, Nona. 2018. "EU Global Strategy, Resilience of the East European Societies and The Russian Challenge." In Geopolitics and Security: A New Strategy for the South Caucasus, edited by Kornely Kakachia, Stefan Meister and Benjamin Fricke, 266-282. Tbilisi: The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V; The Georgian Institute of Politics; The German Council on Foreign Relations.

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2. Resilience in EU Foreign Policy Expand entry

Bressan, Sarah and Aurora Bergmaier. 2021. “From conflict early warning to fostering resilience? Chasing convergence in EU foreign policy.” Democratization, 2021: 1-18. DOI: 10.1080/13510347.2021.1918108. Available at:

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Korosteleva, Elena A. (2020) 'Paradigmatic or critical? Resilience as a new turn in EU governance for the neighbourhood', Journal of international relations and development, v. 23 , no. 3, pp. 682-700.

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3. Resilience as a Concept Expand entry

Albright, Elizabeth and Deserai A. Crow. 2021. “Capacity Building toward Resilience: How Communities Recover, Learn, and Change in the Aftermath of Extreme Events.” Policy Studies Journal, 49(1): 89-122. DOI: 10.1111/psj.12364. 

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Beckwith, Laura. 2021. “No room to manoeuvre: bringing together political ecology and resilience to understand community-based adaptation decision making.” Climate and Development. DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2021.1904811. Online-first.

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Brown, Katrina. 2014. ‘Global environmental change I: A social turn for resilience?’, Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 38, No. I, pp. 107-117.

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Fathi, Karim. 2020. "Resilienz im Spannungsfeld zwischen Entwicklung und Nachhaltigkeit. Anforderungen an gesellschaftliche Zukunftssicherung im 21. Jahrhundert", Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH. 

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Fougère, Martin and Eija Meriläinen. 2021. “Exposing three dark sides of social innovation through critical perspectives on resilience.” Industry and Innovation, 28(1): 1-18. DOI: 10.1080/13662716.2019.1709420.

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Klaas Fröhlich & Robert Hassink. 2018. "Regional resilience: a stretched concept?", European Planning Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2018.1494137

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Hall, Peter A./Lamont, Michele. 2013. Eds. ‘"Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era’", Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

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Mavelli, Luca. 2019. "Resilience beyond neoliberalism? Mystique of complexity, financial crises, and the reproduction of neoliberal life." Resilience, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 224-239.

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Merkel, Wolfgang/Lührmann, Anna. 2021. "Resilience of democracies: responses to illiberal and authoritarian challenges." Democratization, Issue 5, Responses to Illiberal and Authoritarian Challenges.

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Newsinger, Jack, and Paula Serafini. 2021. “Performative Resilience: How the Arts and Culture Support Austerity in Post-Crisis Capitalism.” European Journal of Cultural Studies, 24(2): 589–605. DOI:10.1177/1367549419886038. Online-first.

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Robertson, Tony, Paul Docherty, Fiona Millar, Andy Ruck, and Sandra Engstrom. 2021. “Theory and practice of building community resilience to extreme events.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 59(102253). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2021.102253.

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Shamout, Sameh, Paola Boarin, and Suzanne Wilkinson. 2021. “The shift from sustainability to resilience as a driver for policy change: a policy analysis for more resilient and sustainable cities in Jordan.” Sustainable Production and Consumption, 25: 285-298, https://doi.org/10.1016/
j.spc.2020.08.015. 

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Treshchenkov, Evgeny. 2019. "Resilience in Discourses of the European Union and International Resilience in Discourses of the European Union and International Organizations Organizations." In International Organisations Research Journal 14 (1), pp. 55–75. DOI: 10.17323/1996-7845-2019-01-04.

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