Yf Reykers
Yf Reykers
Assistant Professor in International Relations, Maastricht University
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EU Battlegroups: High costs, no benefits
Y Reykers
Contemporary Security Policy 38 (3), 457-470, 2017
Parliamentary involvement, party ideology and majority-opposition bargaining: Belgian participation in multinational military operations
D Fonck, T Haesebrouck, Y Reykers
Contemporary Security Policy 40 (1), 85-100, 2019
Parliamentarisation as a two-way process: Explaining prior parliamentary consultation for military interventions
D Fonck, Y Reykers
Parliamentary Affairs 71 (3), 674-696, 2018
Losing control: a principal-agent analysis of Russia in the United Nations Security Council's decision-making towards the Libya crisis
Y Reykers, N Smeets
East European Politics 31 (4), 369-387, 2015
From indications to indicators: Measuring regional leadership in the UN context
E Drieskens, R Van Genderen, Y Reykers
Journal of Policy Modeling 36, S151-S171, 2014
Process-tracing as a tool to analyse discretion
Y Reykers, D Beach
The principal agent model and the European Union, 255-281, 2017
Who is controlling whom? An analysis of the Belgian federal parliament’s executive oversight capacities towards the military interventions in Libya (2011) and Iraq (2014-2015)
Y Reykers, D Fonck
Studia diplomatica 68 (2), 91-110, 2015
No supply without demand: explaining the absence of the EU Battlegroups in Libya, Mali and the Central African Republic
Y Reykers
European Security 25 (3), 346-365, 2016
The EU’s Search for Effective Participation at the UN General Assembly and UN Security Council’
E Drieskens, L Van Dievel, Y Reykers
The EU and effective multilateralism: Internal and external reform practices …, 2014
Multinational rapid response mechanisms: Past promises and future prospects
Y Reykers, J Karlsrud
Contemporary Security Policy 38 (3), 420-426, 2017
A permanent headquarters under construction? The Military Planning and Conduct Capability as a proximate principal
Y Reykers
Journal of European Integration 41 (6), 783-799, 2019
Hurry up and wait: EU Battlegroups and a UN rapid reaction force
Y Reykers
Center on International Cooperation; New York City (USA), 2017
Learning to Talk the Talk: Re-Appraising the External Perspective in the EU’s Foreign Policy
N Smeets, J Adriaensen, Y Reykers
CEU Political Science Journal 8 (3), 296-322, 2013
No wings attached? Civil–military relations and agent intrusion in the procurement of fighter jets
Y Reykers, D Fonck
Cooperation and Conflict 55 (1), 66-85, 2020
Multinational Rapid Response Mechanisms: From Institutional Proliferation to Institutional Exploitation
J Karlsrud, Y Reykers
Routledge, 2018
The Principal–Agent Model and Inter-Organizational Relations
E Drieskens, Y Reykers
Palgrave Handbook of Inter-Organizational Relations in World Politics, 271-288, 2017
10 Voting on the use of armed force
F Ostermann, F Böller, FJ Christiansen, F Coticchia, D Fonck, ...
Research Methods in Defence Studies: A Multidisciplinary Overview, 170, 2020
Constructive ambiguity or stringent monitoring? Towards understanding UN Security Council oversight over non-UN-led forces
Y Reykers
Global Affairs 3 (1), 17-29, 2017
Show them the flag: status ambitions and recognition in small state coalition warfare
RB Pedersen, Y Reykers
European Security 29 (1), 16-32, 2020
Political Parties and Interest Groups
B Kerremans, Y Reykers
The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy. London: SAGE, 429-41, 2015
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