Publications

Books & Edited volumes

(2018, forthcoming): Where do EU missions come from? A Discursive and Institutionalist Analysis of the European Union’s Engagement in the Horn of Africa.

Cristian Niţoiu & Nikola Tomić (eds.) (2013): Europe, Discourse, and Institutions: Challenging the Mainstream in European Studies. London: Routledge.

Articles and book chapters

The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost: A Grounded Theory approach to the comparative study of decision-Making in the NAC and PSC‘. European Security, 26(3), 2017, pp. 359-78.

When the carrot is not sweet enough. Conditionality versus norms as modes of EU influence on Serbia’s foreign policy (PDF)’. Südosteuropäische Hefte, 2(1), 2013, pp. 77-106.

Überblick und Analyse des Einflusses der Europäischen Union auf Serbiens Außenpolitik: Ein Schachspiel zu dritt‘. Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik. 6(4), 2013, pp. 497-507.

Coordinative Discourses in Brussels: An Agency-oriented Model of EU Foreign Policy Analysis’. Perspectives on European Politics and Society. Special Issue: Europe, Discourse, and Institutions: Challenging the Mainstream in European Studies. 14(2), 2013, pp. 223-39.

‘Introduction’. Perspectives on European Politics and Society. Special Issue: Europe, Discourse, and Institutions: Challenging the Mainstream in European Studies. 14(2), 2013, pp. 165-71.

‘The role of women in EU’s foreign policy’ (in Serbian), in Zorana Šijački (ed.) EU and gender equality – Book no. 3, Novi Sad: Institute for Gender Equality, (2011).

‘Europe and its languages: Multilingualism as politics, idea and practice’ in the magazine Europa, Novi Sad, Serbia, fall 2009, translated into Romanian.

‘Does the EU deserve the Ode to Joy?’ in the magazine Europa, Novi Sad, Serbia, summer 2008, translated into Romanian.