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School of Politics and International Studies

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Dr Neil Winn's Publications


  • Winn N, Neo-Medievalism and Civil Wars (Frank Cass, 2004)

  • Winn N, Lord CJ, EU foreign policy beyond the nation state : joint actions and institutional analysis of the common foreign and security policy (Palgrave, 2001), xi, 192p

Journal articles

  • Winn N, ‘The Future of CFSP, CSDP, NATO, and Transatlantic Cooperation’, The Forum: Discussing International Affairs and Economics, Summer 2011 (2011), 27-36

  • Winn N, ‘Promoting democracy, human rights and good governance in Europe's Four Seas basins: The role and impact of the Council of Europe, OSCE and NATO’, EU 4 Seas Papers: Politics and Security, October 2009 (2009), 1-16

  • Winn N, ‘Pax Americana Contro Pax Europea? La NATO, l’allargamento europeo e I rapporti transatlantici’, Futuribili, Number 1.Special Issue (2007), 219-232

  • Winn N, ‘Confronting Terrorism: European Experiences, Threat Perception and Policies’, STUDIES IN CONFLICT & TERRORISM, 27.1 (2004), 73-75

  • Winn N, ‘CFSP, CESDP and the Future of European Security: Whither NATO?’, Brown Journal of World Affairs, 9.2 (2003), 149-160

  • Winn N, ‘Neo-Medievalism and Civil Wars’, Civil Wars, 5.4 (2003), 1-145

  • Winn N, Harris E, ‘Introduction: 'Europeanisation': Conceptual and Empirical Considerations’, Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 4.1 (2003), 1-12
    DOI: 10.1163/156802503321465270

  • Harris E, Winn N, ‘Europeanisation: Regulation and Identity in the New Europe’, Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 4.1 (2003), 1-170

  • Winn N, ‘The European Union's External Face: The 'Europeanisation' of JHA and CFSP’, Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 4.1 (2003), 147-166
    DOI: 10.1163/156802503321465333

  • Winn N, ‘Towards a Common European Security and Defence Policy (CESDP)? The debate on NATO, the European Army and Transatlantic Security’, Geopolitics and International Boundaries, 8.2 (2003), 47-68

  • Winn N, ‘Evolution in the Brussels Institutions: CFSP, CESDP and the Eastern Enlargement of the European Union’, World Affairs, 6.4 (2002), 108-124

  • Winn N, ‘Substance and symbolism: an anatomy of cooperation in the new Europe’, POLIT STUD-LONDON, 49.3 (2001), 590-590

  • Winn N, ‘The elusive quest for European security: From EDC to CFSP’, J COMMON MARK STUD, 38.2 (2000), 369-369

  • Winn N, ‘In Search of Europe's Internal and External Borders’, Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 1.1 (2000)

  • Lord CJ, Winn N, ‘Garbage Cans or Rational Decision? Member Governments, Supranational Actors and the Shaping of the Agenda for the IGC’, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 9.3 (2000), 237-256

  • Winn N, ‘Western Europe's International Identity After Amsterdam: An Evolutionary Perspective’, International Journal of Political Studies, 1.2 (1999), 361-379

  • Winn N, ‘Europeen, une question d'identite’, Projet 1998, 23-30

  • Winn N, ‘Social Control and Societal Regulation: The Administered Mass Organization in Comparative Perspective’, National Security Studies Quarterly, 4.3 (1998), 102-108

  • Winn N, ‘Who Gets What, When and How? The Contested Conceptual and Disciplinary Nature of EU Governance and Policy-Making’, Politics, 18.July (1998), 119-132

  • Winn N, ‘The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating: The EU Joint Action as an Effective Foreign Policy Instrument?’, International Relations, XIII.6 (1997), 19-32

  • Winn N, ‘The Future Development of External Europe: From Maastricht I to Maastricht II’, National Security Studies Quarterly, 2.3 (1996), 67-88

  • Winn N, ‘Between Prevention and Pre-emption: The Future of European Intelligence Cooperation’, Young Europeans For Security, 10.2, 20-22


  • Winn N, ‘The European Union and the Arab Spring: External Governance and Internal Security Imperatives in EU Foreign and Security Policies Towards' North Africa and the Middle East’, in Europe in the World: Can EU Foreign Policy Make an Impact?, ed. by Hug A (London: Foreign Policy Centre, London., 2013), 48-56

  • Bluth C, Winn N, ‘The European Union and Security on the Korean Peninsula: Collective Security, Confidence Building and Arms Control’, in EU-Korea Relations in a Changing World, ed. by Marx AEA (Brussels: European Commission & Leuven Centre for Global Governance, 2013), 289-304

  • Winn N, ‘Graham Allison: Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis’, in Volumes of Influence, ed. by Theakston K (Manchester Univ Pr, 2011), 170-184

  • Winn N, ‘In Search of Europe's Internal and External Borders: Politics, Security, Identity, and the European Union’, in Perspectives on the Enlargement of the European Union, ed. by Ross C (Brill, 2002), 19-48

  • Winn N, ‘Europe: Old Institutions, New Problems’, in International Security in a Global Age: Security in the 21st Century, ed. by Jones CA and Kennedy-Pipe C (Frank Cass, 2000)

Internet publications

  • Winn N, Perspectives on European Politics and Society (Editorship), (Brill Academic Publishers, 2000)


  • Winn N, Pillarization of the European Union, (Research Institute for European Studies, Athens, 1997) Working Paper No. 36: 22p+.

  • Winn N, The Politics of International Organization Leadership?, (Florence, European University Institute Working Paper, Robert Schuman Centre, 1996) RSC/36: 48pp.+.

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