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West European Politics

European Politics After the Invasion
Call for Papers and Symposi
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The Russian invasion of Ukraine has had immediate and profound effects on Europe’s multi-level polity. They have included, e.g., mass migration; fundamental policy reversals in foreign and defence policy or energy policy; the prospect of a swift Northern European expansion of NATO; and the regime of economic, financial and energy sanctions adopted by the European Union against Russia. The political debate at EU and national levels about how best to respond to the invasion appears to cut across established political dividing lines, opening up the space for both novel alliances and new fault-lines.

West European Politics invites proposals for papers (150-word abstracts) and collections of papers (symposia with 4 to 6 papers) that address European politics after the invasion at the level of EU member states and the EU.

Please send your proposals to the Editors at [email protected] by 30 June 2022.

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West European Politics

3.960 (2020)
West European Politics (WEP) has established itself as one of the most authoritative journals covering politics, government and public policy in Western Europe.

Its comprehensive scope, embracing the major political developments, including the European Union, and its coverage of all national elections in Western Europe, make it essential reading for both academics and practitioners. The journal normally publishes at least two special issues per volume.

Awards

The Vincent Wright and Gordon Smith Memorial Prize were established to honour the memory the two founding editors of West European Politics. Two prizes are awarded annually on the recommendation of members of the Editorial Advisory Board for the best articles published in WEP during the preceding year.

 

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