Laure Delcour

CASCADE’s scientific coordinator

Laure Delcour research interests focus on the diffusion and reception of EU norms, policy and institutional templates in the Eastern neighbourhood and on region-building in the post-Soviet area.

She is currently a Principal investigator under a French-UK (ANR-ESRC) research project analysing the EU’s influence on domestic change in the Eastern neighbourhood. Laure Delcour is also a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe (EU International Relations Department).

 

Selective bibliography

  • Beyond geopolitics: exploring the impact of the EU and Russia in the “contested neighborhood (dir., avec E. Ademmer, K. Wolczuk), Eurasian Geography and Economics, (57) 1, 2016.
  • “Multiple External Influences and Domestic Change in the Contested Neighborhood”, Eurasian Geography and Economics, (57) 1, 2016.
  • “With a little help from Russia? The European Union and visa liberalization with post-Soviet states” (avec E. Ademmer), Eurasian Geography and Economics, (57) 1, 2016.
  • “Between the Eastern Partnership and Eurasian Integration: Explaining Post-Soviet Countries’ Engagement in (Competing) Region-Building Projects”, Problems of Post-Communism, (62) 6, 2015.
  • “Spoiler or Facilitator of Democratization ? Russia’s role in Georgia and Ukraine” (avec K. Wolczuk), Democratization, 22(3), 2015
  • “The EU’s Unexpected ‘Ideal Neighbour’? The Perplexing Case of Armenia’s Europeanisation” (avec K. Wolczuk), Journal of European Integration, 37 (4), 2015.