MPE Chair – Publications

Jean Monnet Chair: Dr Milenko Petrovic

Publications

 

Jean Monnet Chair and his PhD students, 2017-2020

Petrovic, M (2020). The Post-communist Transition of the Western Balkans: EUropeanisation with a small enlargement carrot in Akimov Aleksandr and Gennadi Kazakevich (Eds). 30 Years since the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Turns and Twists in Economies, Politics, and Societies in the Post-Communist Countries, Palgrave MacMillan.

Petrovic, M. (Guest editor, 2018). Serbia on its Way to EU Membership – the remaining challenges and obstaclesAustralian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies (Special issue), 10 (3), 2018.

Petrovic, M. (2018). Serbia on its Way to EU Membership – the remaining challenges and obstacles (Editor’s introduction), Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies (Special issue), 10 (3), 2018, pp. 3-8.

Petrovic, M. (2017). Post-Communist Transition under the Umbrella of Uneven EUropeanisation: East Central Europe, the Baltic States and the Balkans in Petrovic, M., Graeme, G., and S.M. Fish (eds.), A Quarter Century of Post-communism Assessed, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.41-74.

Petrovic, M. and Wilson, G. (2018). Serbia’s relations with its Western Balkan neighbours as a challenge for its accession to the EUAustralian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies (Special issue), 10 (3), pp. 49-68.

Petrovic, M., Graeme, G., and Fish, S.M. (Editors, 2017). A Quarter Century of Post-communism Assessed, Palgrave Macmillan.

Petrovic, M., Graeme, G., and Fish, S.M. (2017). Introduction in Petrovic, M., Graeme, G., and Fish, S.M. (eds.), A Quarter Century of Post-communism Assessed, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-7.

Wang, X. and Markovic Kaze, N. (2020). Is China’s rising influence in the Western Balkans a threat to European integration?, Journal of Contemporary European Studies (published online in September):
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/14782804.2020.1823340?needAccess=true

Daviti Mtchedlishvili (2018), Is there a room for optimism for the near-future enlargement of the European Union, Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies (Special issue), 10 (3), pp. 87-95.

Daviti Mtchedlishvili (2018), Theorising Europeanisation in European Literature: Conceptualisation and Operationalisation, Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 10 (1), pp. 79-91.

Sabatovych, I. (2018) Does nationalism promote democracy? Comparative analysis of Ukraine’s ‘Euromaidan’ revolution and Poland’s ‘Solidarity’ mass mobilisation, Contemporary Politics, 2018, 24(2), pp. 131-152.

 

Forthcoming publications:

Petrovic, M., Tzifakis, N. (Guest editors, forthcoming in 2020 or 2021) EU enlargement to the Western Balkans: The geopolitical turn or another postponement?, Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Special issue).

Petrovic, M., Tzifakis, N. (forthcoming in 2020 or 2021) EU enlargement to the Western Balkans: The geopolitical turn or another postponement? (Guest editors’ introduction), Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Special issue).

Petrovic, M., Wilson, G. (forthcoming in 2020 or 2021) Bilateral relations in the Western Balkans as a challenge for EU accession, Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Special issue).

Sabatovych, I. Chaban, N. (forthcoming in 2019), The past and the future of Ukraine’s Europeanisation: Tracing images of the EU as a normative actor and influence in post-Maidan Ukraine in A. Achilli (ed.) Festschrift in honour of Professor Marko Pavlyshyn.