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Author: Özlem Terzi

) delegations and eu member statesembassies find themselves, because of the combination of Turkey’s candidate status and the high level of emergency that many common foreign and security policy ( cfsp ) issues concerning the region represent. The eu Delegation in Ankara is an extending arm of the European

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
Author: Dorina Baltag

delegations are staffed, in different departments, with a mixture of personnel from the eeas , the European Commission, national diplomats, but also local employees. Like eu member statesembassies, eu delegations are tasked with traditional diplomatic functions: to represent the eu , as well as to

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
Authors: Heidi Maurer and Kristi Raik

to investigate how the eu delegations, in interaction with eu member statesembassies, have come to define their diplomatic tasks within the eu ’s hybrid foreign-policy system, where the Union’s external relations fall under the competence of the eu delegations, while the task of political

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

-up input from eu delegations and eu member statesembassies defined the ‘new’ form of cooperation without too much external interference. Articles in this special issue show various forms of cooperation that emerged in different places, but also significant convergence of practices. The development

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

with partners such as the Delegation of the EU, EU member statesembassies and the County Councils for European Integration. Events also include two-day series of lectures for students, entitled ‘Days of the EU’, which are aimed at informing them about the adjustments resulting from membership. 15

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
Author: Federica Bicchi

delegations and in eu member statesembassies in southern Mediterranean countries. The sample of interviews is relatively representative of the pool of eu ambassadors for the southern Mediterranean countries, six of whom (out of eight) were interviewed, in two cases twice. The sample is not fully

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

Research Network, 2012), p. 5. 72 For example, the organization of cultural activities together, or on a rotating basis, with eu member statesembassies. 73 Simon Duke notes that the administrative functions are something ‘member states were loath to do’; see Simon Duke, ‘The Practices of Post

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

member statesembassies. To depict the main narratives that the EU communicated to the Ukrainian public, the research draws on secondary literature, interviews with EU Delegation officials, social media posts, press releases, and newsletters by the EU Delegation to Ukraine and other EU

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

cooperation functioned best when only a limited number of EU member states were involved. 70 It seems to be a general impression in the Commission that the situation between EU delegations and EU member statesembassies is not competitive, 71 and there are regular meetings in third countries between

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy