Katharina L. Meissner
Katharina L. Meissner
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Human rights conditionality in European Union trade negotiations: The case of the EU–Singapore FTA
L Mckenzie, KL Meissner
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 55 (4), 832-849, 2017
Regional Powers as Leaders or R ambos? The Ambivalent Behaviour of B razil and S outh A frica in Regional Economic Integration
S Krapohl, KL Meissner, J Muntschick
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 52 (4), 879-895, 2014
Democratizing EU external relations: The European Parliament’s informal role in SWIFT, ACTA, and TTIP
K Meissner
European Foreign Affairs Review 21 (2), 2016
The paradox of human rights conditionality in EU trade policy: when strategic interests drive policy outcomes
KL Meissner, L McKenzie
Journal of European Public Policy 26 (9), 1273-1291, 2019
European Parliament Ascendant
A Héritier, KL Meissner, C Moury, MG Schoeller
Springer International Publishing, 2019
The European Parliament as a driving force of constitutionalisation
A Héritier, C Moury, MG Schoeller, KL Meissner, I Mota
A case of failed interregionalism? Analyzing the EU-ASEAN free trade agreement negotiations
KL Meissner
Asia Europe Journal 14 (3), 319-336, 2016
Commercial realism and EU trade policy: competing for economic power in Asia and the Americas
KL Meissner
Routledge, 2018
Rising despite the polycrisis? The European Parliament’s strategies of self-empowerment after Lisbon
KL Meissner, MG Schoeller
Journal of European Public Policy 26 (7), 1075-1093, 2019
Resorting to bilateralism: the EU, MERCOSUR, and the Strategic Partnership with Brazil
KL Meissner
Journal of European Integration 40 (1), 51-66, 2018
Putting power into practice: Administrative and political capacity building in the European Parliament's Committee for International Trade
E Coremans, KL Meissner
Public Administration 96 (3), 561-577, 2018
KL Meissner
Regional Integration in the Global South, 147-178, 2017
Interregionalism re-loaded: Assessing the EU-MERCOSUR negotiations
K Meissner
St Antony's International Review 11 (2), 95-120, 2016
Requesting trade sanctions? The European Parliament and the generalized scheme of preferences
KL Meissner
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 59 (1), 91-107, 2021
Cherry picking in the design of trade policy: why regional organizations shift between inter-regional and bilateral negotiations
KL Meissner
Review of International Political Economy 26 (5), 1043-1067, 2019
Leveraging interregionalism: EU strategic interests in Asia, Latin America and the Gulf region
KL Meissner
International Politics 56 (3), 359-374, 2019
Regional powers as leaders or rambos of regional integration? Unilateral actions of Brazil and South Africa and their negative effects on MERCOSUR and SADC
S Krapohl, KL Meissner, J Muntschick
Journal of Common Market Studies 52 (4), 879-895, 2014
How to sanction international wrongdoing? The design of EU restrictive measures
K Meissner
The Review of International Organizations, 1-25, 2022
EU–Singapore Negotiations: Overlapping Negotiations, Conflicting Interests?
L McKenzie, KL Meissner
A Geo-Economic Turn in Trade Policy?, 273-293, 2022
Brexit under Scrutiny in EU Member States: What Role for National Parliaments in Austria and Germany?
KL Meissner
Politics and Governance 7 (3), 279-290, 2019
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