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Forskningsområde

  • EU og Mellemøsten: Udviklingen i relationerne mellem EU og Mellemøsten med særlig henblik på det Euro-Mediterrane samarbejde og EU som aktør
  • Migration og sikkerhed i et mediterrant og mellemøstligt perspektiv
  • Europæiske rejsende i Mellemøsten: Rejseskildringen i kultur- og mentalitetshistorisk belysning

 SENESTE FORSKNINGSUDGIVELSER

Seeberg, Peter, 2019, Transnationalism and Exceptional Transition Processes. The Role of the Libyan Diaspora from Qadhafi’s Jamahiriyya to Postrevolutionary Civil War and State Collapse, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, e-pub ahead of print.

Seeberg, Peter, 2018, EU Policies towards Lebanon and the Bilateral Cooperation on Migration and Security. New Challenges Calling for New Institutional Practices? Palgrave Communications.

Seeberg, Peter, 2018, Citizenship and Migration Diplomacy: Turkey and the EU, in Butenschön, Nils and Meijer, Roel (eds.) The Middle East in Transition. The Centrality of Citizenship. London and New York: Edward Elgar, 2018, pp. 272-291.

Seeberg, Peter, 2018, EU-Mashreq Relations: Differentiation, Conditionality, and Security, in Demmelhuber, Thomas, Marchetti, Andreas and Schumacher, Tobias. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy. London and New York: Routledge, 2018, pp. 336-347.

Seeberg, Peter, 2017, Managing the Refugee Crisis: New Approaches, in IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook 2017, Barcelona: European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), pp. 61-67.

Seeberg, Peter; Shteiwi, Musa, 2017, Introduction. New Challenges for the EU in the Arab Mediterranean and the Revision of the European Neighbourhood Policy, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 1-17.

Seeberg, Peter, 2017, Mobility Partnerships and Security Subcomplexes in the Mediterranean: The Strategic Role of Migration and the EU’s Foreign and Security Policies towards the MENA region, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 91-110.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, Introduction: Analysing Security Subcomplexes in a Changing Middle East. The Role of Non-Arab State Actors and Non-State Actors, Palgrave Communications.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, The EU and the International Sanctions against Iran. A Changing Middle East and the European and Iranian Foreign and Security Policy Interests, Palgrave Communications.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, EU Policies in the Maghreb: Between Integration and Security Partnership, Middle East Policy. Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 103-113.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, Gadaffi – og det statsløse Libyen, in Thorup, Mikkel (ed.) De uforsvarlige, Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2016, pp. 241-256.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, Jordan, the European Neighbourhood Policy, and Commonalities of Interest: Building a Security Partnership Rather Than a Security Community, in Rieker, Pernille (ed.) External Governance as Security Community Building. The Limits and Potential of the European Neighbourhood Policy, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 163-186.

Seeberg, P., Beck, Martin & Jung, Dietrich (2016, eds.) The Levant in Turmoil. Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Bringing People Back in Politics: The Role of Civil Society, Political Parties, and Regional Organizations in a Changing Middle East, Democracy and Security, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 98-110.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Old Dogs, New Tricks? The Role of Regional Organizations in the Mediterranean after the Arab Revolts, Democracy and Security, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 208-226

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: The EU and the Syrian Crisis: The Use of Sanctions and the Regime's Strategy for Survival, Mediterranean Politics, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 18-35

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Middle East Critique, Special Issue: An Arab World in Transition – democratic changes and theoretical discussions, Taylor & Francis.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Introduction. An Arab World in Transition – Democratic Changes and Theoretical Discussions in a post-“Arab Spring” scenario, Middle East Critique, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Regime Adaptability and Political Reconfigurations following the “Arab Spring”. New Challenges for EU Foreign Policies towards the Mediterranean, Middle East Critique, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp.

Seeberg, Peter, 2014: The Iranian Revolution, 1977–79: Interaction and Transformation, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 41, No. 4, pp. 483-497.

Seeberg, Peter, 2014: Strategic patience and EU reform-support. EU and the "Arab Spring" - the State of Play after Three Years, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 453-470.

Seeberg, Peter, 2014: Challenges for the EU’s strategic interests in Post-Qadhafi Libya. Perspectives for European-Libyan cooperation, Middle East Policy, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 122-132

Seeberg, Peter, 2014: Middle East Policy, Special Section: The EU and the Region. Contributions on Libya, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Washington DC: Middle East Policy Council, 2014.

Seeberg, Peter, 2014 Learning to Cope. The Development of European Immigration Policies Concerning the Mediterranean Caught between National and Supra-national Narratives, in Euro-Mediterranean Relations after the Arab Spring: Persistence in Times of Change. Jünemann, A., Rothe, D. & Horst, J. (eds.). Farnham: Ashgate, ch. 4, pp. 59-78.

Seeberg, Peter 2013: Lebanon, Dual Legitimacy, and the Syrian Crisis. Challenges for the EU and the United States in a Lebanon on the Verge of Escalated Internal Confrontations, Op-Med: Opinions on the Mediterranean, Instituto Affari Internazionale, 7 November 2013.

Seeberg, Peter; Eyadat, Zaid 2013: Introduction: Migration, Security, and Citizenship in a Changing Middle East, in Seeberg, Peter; Eyadat, Zaid (eds.) Migration, Security, and Citizenship in the Middle East. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ch. 1, pp. 1-26.

Seeberg, Peter 2013: Migration into and from Syria and Nontraditional Security Issues in the MENA Region: Transnational Integration, Security, and National Interests, Migration, Security, and Citizenship in the Middle East. Seeberg, P. & Eyadat, Z. (red.). 1 udg. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ch. 8, pp. 167-194.

Seeberg, Peter; Andersen, Rune 2013: Palestine in Western travel literature narratives with a focus on the 19th century,In Magnussen, A., Sinclair, K., Sørensen, N. A. & Seeberg, P. (eds.): Contested Places, Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark, pp. 23-50.

Seeberg, Peter 2013: Demokrati i Mellemøsten. Studier i global politik og sikkerhed (Birthe Hansen & Carsten Jensen), review, Politica. Vol. 45, No. 3, pp. 362-365.

Seeberg, Peter 2013: The EU and Constitutionalism in Egypt: EU Foreign and Security Policy Challenges with a Special Focus on the Changing Political Setting in the MENA-region, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 411-428.

Seeberg, Peter, Anne Magnussen, Kirstine Sinclair and Nils Arne Sørensen (eds.) Contested Places. Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark, 2013.

Peter Seeberg & Zaid Eyadat: Migration, Security, and Citizenship in the Middle East. New Perspectives. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

Peter Seeberg 2013. The Arab Uprisings and the EU's Migration Policies—The Cases of Egypt, Libya, and Syria, Democracy and Security, vol. 9, nr. 1-2, 157-176

 

Aktuelt forskningsprojekt

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECT: EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE EAST 1980-2020. AN ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE EC/EU AND THE MIDDLE EAST FROM THE VENICE-DECLARATION TO RECENT MIGRATION AND SECURITY CHALLENGES WITH A FOCUS ON THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN COOPERATION AND THE EC/EU AS FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY ACTOR.

It is the ambition of the project to analyze the development of the relations between the EC/EU and the Middle East with a focus on Euro-Mediterranean cooperation. It is furthermore the idea through the analysis of the development of European-Middle Eastern relations to discuss the EU as foreign and security policy actor. The work applies a historic perspective looking at the development over time from the launching of the Venice Declaration in 1980 to the present, thereby examining how the political and institutional practices of the EU gradually have changed over time and how this has affected the relations between the EU and the Middle East in the period from 1980 to 2020.

The project discusses the development of European-Mediterranean relations, in the context of the official EC/EU policies and cooperation agreements from the Venice declaration to the present, with the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP), the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) as landmark agreements. The different agreements are seen as elements in a foreign and security regime on behalf of the EU. The idea of analyzing EU policies as a regime is inspired by Roland Dannreuther, who in an article in 2007, quoting Stephen D. Krasner, suggested that EU’s greater Middle East strategy could best be defined as one of regime building, where the purpose of the regime is to “define rules, norms, principles and procedures that focus expectations regarding international behavior”. In this project the point is taken further, discussing the organizational expressions of foreign policy ambitions on behalf of the EU as a step towards developing a specific EU “agency”, thereby adding new dimensions to the discussions about the character of the EU as to its foreign and security policy.

The project takes its point of departure in attempts at discussing the EU as a foreign policy actor, which over the last decades have resulted in a huge number of different perceptions – from François Duchêne and his understanding of European civilian power domesticating the European surroundings to for instance Federica Bicchi’s concept of ideational intergovernmentalism and her understanding that the EU still needs to offer a less Europe-centered contribution to Mediterranean politics. The project discusses the regionalist ambitions of the EU policies, demonstrating that they never in reality were realized.

The project argues that recent EU policies can be termed pragmatic multilateralism, claiming a continuation of pragmatic dimensions of the ENP and that the EU through the UfM pursues a policy which neglects former ambitions of promoting democracy and human rights. The character of the UfM with its focus on selected projects in itself underlines the pragmatic approach in the sense that the institutional development of the UfM and its prioritized projects takes place without touching on politically sensitive issues.

It is shown that rather than the ‘what should be’ attached to the normative policies of the regionalist Barcelona process, the policies of the EMP, the ENP and the UfM have become a ‘what could be’, i.e., a pragmatic recognition of certain limits to what the EU is capable of obtaining in the MENA region. The project focuses on foreign and security policies in a recent context emphasizing the significance of the migration and refugees issues. Taking these aspects of the conflict-ridden Mediterranean region as point of departure it is finally the ambition to discuss possible future scenarios for the EU on the Mediterranean political scene.

Publications related to the project

Books and Special Issues

Seeberg, P., Shteiwi, Musa (eds.) European Foreign Affairs Review, Special Issue: New Challenges for the EU in the Arab Mediterranean and the Revision of the European Neighbourhood Policy, New York: Kluwer, 2017.

Seeberg, P. (ed.) Palgrave Communications, Special Issue: Analyzing Security Complexes in a Changing Middle East. The Role of Non-Arab State Actors and Non-State Actors, London: Palgrave, 2016.

Seeberg, P., Beck, Martin & Jung, Dietrich (2016, eds.) The Levant in Turmoil. Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Democracy and Security, Special Issue: Bringing People Back In Politics: the Role of Civil Society, Organizations and Political Parties in a Post-‘Arab Spring’ Context, Routledge

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Middle East Critique, Special Issue: An Arab World in Transition – democratic changes and theoretical discussions, Routledge.

Peter Seeberg & Zaid Eyadat: Migration, Security, and Citizenship in the Middle East. New Perspectives. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

Seeberg, Peter & Pace, Michelle (eds., 2010). The European Union's Democratization Agenda in the Mediterranean. 1 udg. London: Routledge

Seeberg, Peter (ed. 2007). EU and the Mediterranean: Foreign Policy and Security. Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark (Syddansk Universitetsforlag)

 

Articles and book chapters

Seeberg, Peter, 2019, Transnationalism and Exceptional Transition Processes. The Role of the Libyan Diaspora from Qadhafi’s Jamahiriyya to Postrevolutionary Civil War and State Collapse, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, e.pub ahead of print

Seeberg, Peter, 2018, EU Policies towards Lebanon and the Bilateral Cooperation on Migration and Security. New Challenges Calling for New Institutional Practices? Palgrave Communications.

Seeberg, Peter, 2018, Citizenship and Migration Diplomacy: Turkey and the EU, in Butenschön, Nils and Meijer, Roel (eds.) The Middle East in Transition. The Centrality of Citizenship. London and New York: Edward Elgar, 2018, pp. 272-291.

Seeberg, Peter, 2018, EU-Mashreq Relations: Differentiation, Conditionality, and Security, in Demmelhuber, Thomas, Marchetti, Andreas and Schumacher, Tobias. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy. London and New York: Routledge, 2018, pp. 336-347.

Seeberg, Peter, 2017, De arabiske stater er kommet for at blive, Udenrigs,2, nov. 2017, pp. 4-13

Seeberg, Peter, 2017, Managing the Refugee Crisis: New Approaches, in IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook 2017, Barcelona: European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), pp. 61-67.

Seeberg, Peter; Shteiwi, Musa, 2017, Introduction. New Challenges for the EU in the Arab Mediterranean and the Revision of the European Neighbourhood Policy, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 1-17.

Seeberg, Peter, 2017, Mobility Partnerships and Security Subcomplexes in the Mediterranean: The Strategic Role of Migration and the EU’s Foreign and Security Policies towards the MENA region, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 91-110.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, Introduction: Analysing Security Subcomplexes in a Changing Middle East. The Role of Non-Arab State Actors and Non-State Actors, Palgrave Communications.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, The EU and the International Sanctions against Iran. A Changing Middle East and the European and Iranian Foreign and Security Policy Interests, Palgrave Communications.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, EU Policies in the Maghreb: Between Integration and Security Partnership, Middle East Policy. Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 103-113.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, Jordan, the European Neighbourhood Policy, and Commonalities of Interest: Building a Security Partnership Rather Than a Security Community, in Rieker, Pernille (ed.) External Governance as Security Community Building. The Limits and Potential of the European Neighbourhood Policy, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 163-186.

Seeberg, Peter, 2016, The Crisis in Syria, International and Regional Sanctions, and the Transformation of the Political Order in the Levant, in Seeberg, P., Beck, Martin & Jung, Dietrich (eds.) The Levant in Turmoil. Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 101-122.

Seeberg, Peter; Beck, Martin; Jung, Dietrich, 2016, Introduction: Political Turmoil and Social Transformation in the Levant, in Seeberg, P., Beck, Martin & Jung, Dietrich (eds.) The Levant in Turmoil. Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 1-12.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Bringing People Back in Politics: The Role of Civil Society, Political Parties, and Regional Organizations in a Changing Middle East, Democracy and Security, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 98-110.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Old Dogs, New Tricks? The Role of Regional Organizations in the Mediterranean after the Arab Revolts, Democracy and Security, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 208-226

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: The EU and the Syrian Crisis: The Use of Sanctions and the Regime's Strategy for Survival, Mediterranean Politics, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 18-35

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Introduction. An Arab World in Transition – Democratic Changes and Theoretical Discussions in a post-“Arab Spring” scenario, Middle East Critique, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 1-9.

Seeberg, Peter, 2015: Regime Adaptability and Political Reconfigurations following the “Arab Spring”. New Challenges for EU Foreign Policies towards the Mediterranean, Middle East Critique, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 41-54.

Seeberg, Peter, 2014: Strategic patience and EU reform-support. EU and the "Arab Spring" - the State of Play after Three Years, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 453-470.

Seeberg, Peter, 2014: Challenges for the EU’s strategic interests in Post-Qadhafi Libya. Perspectives for European-Libyan cooperation, Middle East Policy, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 122-132

Seeberg, Peter, 2014: Middle East Policy, Special Section: The EU and the Region. Contributions on Libya, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Washington DC: Middle East Policy Council, 2014.

Seeberg, Peter, 2014 Learning to Cope. The Development of European Immigration Policies Concerning the Mediterranean Caught between National and Supra-national Narratives, in Euro-Mediterranean Relations after the Arab Spring: Persistence in Times of Change. Jünemann, A., Rothe, D. & Horst, J. (eds.). Farnham: Ashgate, ch. 4, pp. 59-78.

Seeberg, Peter 2013: Lebanon, Dual Legitimacy, and the Syrian Crisis. Challenges for the EU and the United States in a Lebanon on the Verge of Escalated Internal Confrontations, Op-Med: Opinions on the Mediterranean, Instituto Affari Internazionale, 7 November 2013.

Seeberg, Peter; Eyadat, Zaid 2013: Introduction: Migration, Security, and Citizenship in a Changing Middle East, in Seeberg, Peter; Eyadat, Zaid (eds.) Migration, Security, and Citizenship in the Middle East. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ch. 1, pp. 1-26.

Seeberg, Peter 2013: Migration into and from Syria and Nontraditional Security Issues in the MENA Region: Transnational Integration, Security, and National Interests, in Migration, Security, and Citizenship in the Middle East. Seeberg, P. & Eyadat, Z. (red.). 1 udg. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ch. 8, pp. 167-194.

Seeberg, Peter 2013: The EU and Constitutionalism in Egypt: EU Foreign and Security Policy Challenges with a Special Focus on the Changing Political Setting in the MENA-region, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 411-428.

Peter Seeberg 2013. The Arab Uprisings and the EU's Migration Policies—The Cases of Egypt, Libya, and Syria, Democracy and Security, vol. 9, nr. 1-2, 157-176

Seeberg, Peter 2010. European Neighbourhood Policy, Post-normativity, and Pragmatism. European Foreign Affairs Review. Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 663–679.

Seeberg, Peter 2010. Union for the Mediterranean - pragmatic multilateralism and the depoliticization of European-Middle Eastern relations. Middle East Critique. Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 287-302.

Seeberg, Peter 2009. The EU as a realist actor in normative clothes: EU democracy promotion in Lebanon and the European Neighbourhood Policy. Democratization. Vol. 16, No. 1, s. 81-99

Seeberg, Peter; Cavatorta, Francesco; Pace, Michelle 2009. The EU's Democratization Agenda in the Mediterranean: a Critical Inside-Out Approach. / I: Democratization. Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 3-19

Seeberg, Peter 2009. European Security and the 'Clash of Civilizations': Differences in the Policies of France, Germany and the UK towards the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Clash or Cooperation of Civilizations: In Zank, Wolfgang: Overlapping Integration and Identities. London: Ashgate, pp. 147-166

Seeberg, Peter 2009. Mellemøsten: Israel, Jordan, Libanon, Palæstinensiske Selvstyreområder, Syrien. In Rina Valeur Rasmussen (red.). EU og naboerne, Den Danske Europabevægelse, København, pp. 32-43.

Seeberg, Peter 2008. Mellem venner. EUs naboskabspolitik, de autoritære mellemøstlige regimer og muligheder og begrænsninger for demokratifremme i Mellemøsten. In Peter Seeberg & Morten Valbjørn (red.). Et andet nyt Mellemøsten. Syddansk Universitetsforlag, Odense, pp. 53-88.

Seeberg, Peter 2007. EU and the Mediterranean: Foreign Policy and Security. In Peter Seeberg (red.). EU and the Mediterranean. Foreign Policy and Security, Syddansk Universitetsforlag, Odense, pp. 7-38.

 

 

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Publikationer 1990 2019

Syrian refugees and the emerging post-war scenario in Syria. Options and perspectives

Seeberg, P., 10 maj 2019, I : Videncenter om det moderne Mellemøsten. 6 s.

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Citizenship and migration diplomacy: Turkey and the EU

Seeberg, P., 2018, The Middle East in Transition: The Centrality of Citizenship. Butenschön, N. & Meijer, R. (red.). 1 udg. Edward Elgar Publishing, s. 272-291

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EU-Lebanese relations, the Syrian crisis and the cooperation on migration and refugees

Seeberg, P., 4 maj 2018. 20 s.

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Aktiviteter 2003 2019

Foredrag for Folkeuniversitetet, Århus, campus Emdrup, Indblik i Mellemøsten: Syrien

Peter Seeberg (Underviser)
4 jun. 2019

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Foredrag for Folkeuniversitetet, Århus, campus Emdrup, Indblik i Mellemøsten: Jordan

Peter Seeberg (Underviser)
30 apr. 2019

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Foredrag for Folkeuniversitetet, Århus: Forstå din verden - Mellemøsten og Nordafrika

Peter Seeberg (Underviser)
3 apr. 2019

Aktivitet: Foredrag og mundtlige bidragForedrag og præsentationer i privat eller offentlig virksomhed

Foredrag for Folkeuniversitetet, Århus: Indblik i Mellemøsten, Libyen

Peter Seeberg (Underviser)
20 mar. 2019

Aktivitet: Foredrag og mundtlige bidragForedrag og præsentationer i privat eller offentlig virksomhed

Foredrag for Folkeuniversitetet, Odense, campus Kolding: Libanon - politisk ustabilitet og indflydelse fra krisen i Syrien

Peter Seeberg (Underviser)
12 mar. 2019

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Undervisning og vejledning

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