Rebecca Adler-Nissen
Rebecca Adler-Nissen
Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen
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TitelCiteret afÅr
Power in practice: Negotiating the international intervention in Libya
R Adler-Nissen, V Pouliot
European Journal of International Relations 20 (4), 889-911., 2014
2042014
Stigma Management in International Relations: Transgressive Identities, Norms, and Order in International Society
R Adler-Nissen
International Organization 68 (1), 143-176, 2014
1922014
Bourdieu in international relations: Rethinking key concepts in IR
R Adler-Nissen
Routledge, 2012
1802012
Opting out of the European Union: diplomacy, sovereignty and European integration
R Adler-Nissen
Cambridge University Press, 2014
1652014
The Diplomacy of Opting Out: A Bourdieudian Approach to National Integration Strategies*
R Adler‐Nissen
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 46 (3), 663-684, 2008
1202008
Symbolic Power in European Diplomacy: The Struggle Between National Foreign Services and the EU's External Action Service
R Adler-Nissen
Review of International Studies 40 (4), 657-681, 2014
942014
Behind the scenes of differentiated integration: circumventing national opt-outs in Justice and Home Affairs
R Adler-Nissen
Journal of European Public Policy 16 (1), 62-80, 2009
902009
Symbolic power in European diplomacy: the struggle between national foreign services and the EU's External Action Service
R Adler-Nissen
Review of International Studies 40 (4), 657-681, 2014
852014
Towards a practice turn in EU studies: The everyday of European integration
R Adler‐Nissen
JCMS: journal of common market studies 54 (1), 87-103, 2016
652016
A Sociology of Knowledge Approach to European Integration: Four Analytical Principles
R Adler-Nissen, K Kropp
Journal of European Integration 37 (2), 155-173, 2015
58*2015
Opting out of an ever closer union: the integration doxa and the management of sovereignty
R Adler-Nissen
West European Politics 34 (5), 1092-1113, 2011
562011
Another theory is possible: dissident voices in theorising Europe
I Manners, R Whitman
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (1), 3-18, 2016
542016
Late sovereign diplomacy
R Adler-Nissen
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 4 (2), 121-141, 2009
482009
Picking and choosing the ‘sovereign’border: A theory of changing state bordering practices
N Parker, R Adler-Nissen
Geopolitics 17 (4), 773-796, 2012
462012
Sovereignty games: instrumentalizing state sovereignty in Europe and beyond
Palgrave MacMillan, 2008
44*2008
Performing Brexit: How a post-Brexit world is imagined outside the United Kingdom
R Adler-Nissen, C Galpin, B Rosamond
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 19 (3), 573-591, 2017
382017
Organized duplicity? When states opt out of the European union
R Adler-Nissen
Sovereignty Games, 81-103, 2008
312008
On a field trip with Bourdieu
R Adler‐Nissen
International Political Sociology 5 (3), 327-330, 2011
292011
European integration and postcolonial sovereignty games: the EU Overseas Countries and Territories
R Adler-Nissen, UP Gad
Routledge, 2013
272013
Conclusion: Relationalism: why diplomats find international relations theory strange
R Adler-Nissen
Diplomacy: The Making of World Politics, 2015
222015
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