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Book Section

Van Criekinge, Tine (2009) The integration of migration issues in the Economic Partnership Agreements. In: Orbie, Jan and Faber, Gerrit, (eds.) Beyond Market Access for Economic Development: Eu-Africa Relations in Transition. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415482608

Conference or Workshop Item

Van Criekinge, Tine (2012) African perceptions of the European Union as an influential and effective international actor. In: International Studies Association 53rd Annual Convention 2012, 2012-04-01 - 2012-04-04. (Submitted)

Van Criekinge, Tine (2010) The EU-Africa migration partnership: a case study of the EU's migration dialogue with Ghana and Senegal. In: EUI Migration Working Group, 2010-03-01. (Submitted)

Van Criekinge, Tine (2008) Implications of the Economic Partnership Agreements on the EU-ACP partnership and the possibility of ACP leverage. In: GARNET: The European Union in International Affairs, 2008-04-01. (Submitted)

Online resource

Van Criekinge, Tine (2012) European migration policy. Oxford Bibliographies Online (26 Jun 2012). Website.

Van Criekinge, Tine (2012) European Union as an international actor. Oxford Bibliographies Online (24 Apr 2012). Website.

Van Criekinge, Tine (2011) EU/ European migration policy. Oxford Bibliographies Online, Oxford University Press (Jul 2011). Website.

Van Criekinge, Tine (2011) The EU as an international actor. Oxford Bibliographies Online (May 2011). Website.

Van Criekinge, Tine (2011) European security and defence policy. Oxford Bibliographies Online, Oxford University Press (2011). Website.

Thesis

Van Criekinge, Tine (2009) Power asymmetry between the EU and Africa?: a case study of the EU’s relations with Senegal and Ghana. Doctoral thesis, London School of Economics.

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