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Andrew Moravcsik

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Professor of Politics and International Affairs
  and Director, European Union Program
Princeton University

E-mail: amoravcs@princeton.edu
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Department of Politics
Woodrow Wilson School
Robertson Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544 USA

Tel: (609) 258-1161

     
   
     

RESEARCH INTERESTS WITH SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

The History and Theory of European Integration
Democracy in the European Union and Other International Organizations
The Origins and Evolution of Global Human Rights Norms
Human Rights, Sovereignty, and American Unilateralism
International Law
Negotiation Theory and Transnational Political Entrepreneurship
Theories of International Relations: Liberalism, Realism, Constructivism, Two-Level Games
Methodology and Historiography
International Power, Global Geopolitics, and European Foreign Policy
Commentary and Reviews in Journals of Civic Opinion
Publications on Music


THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION

The Choice for Europe: Social Purpose and State Power from Messina to Maastricht (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, European edition with London: Routledge/UCL Press, 1998.)

Selected Reviews:

A Recent Discussion of the Jacket Design.

Donald Puchala, "Institutionalism, Intergovernmentalism, and European Integration: A Review Article," Journal of Common Market Studies (June 1999).

William Hitchcock, "Review of The Choice for Europe," American Historical Review (December 1999)

Symposium on The Choice for Europe (James Caporaso, Fritz Scharpf, Helen Wallace) in Journal of European Public Policy (March 1999)

Quotations from More Reviews of The Choice for Europe
Bibliography of Reviews of The Choice for Europe

European Integration and the Liberal Theory of World Politics: Essays 1991-2001 (London: Routledge, under contract)

Europe Without IllusionsEurope without Illusions (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2005).

"Europe without Illusions," in Moravcsik, ed., Europe without Illusions (above).

Charles de Gaulle and Europe: The New Revisionism,” Journal of Cold War Studies 14:1 (Winter 2012).

Liberal Intergovernmentalism,” in Antje Wiener and Thomas Diez, eds. European Integration Theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009). (with Frank Schimmelfennig).

"The European Constitutional Settlement," in Kathleen McNamara and Sophie Meunier, eds. Making History: European Integration and Institutional Change at 50 (State of the European Union, Vol. 8) (NY: Oxford Univ Press, 2007).

Europe in the New World Economy, International Library of Writings on the New Global Economy (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishers, under contract)

"The European Constitutional Compromise and the Neofunctionalist Legacy," Journal of European Public Policy 12:2 (April 2005), pp. 349-386.

"De Gaulle between Grain and Grandeur: The Economic Origins of French EC Policy, 1958-1970," Part I and Part II, Journal of Cold War Studies (Spring 2000 and Fall 2000). "Symposium and Responses," Journal of Cold War Studies (Fall 2000). (Responses by John Gillingham, Stanley Hoffmann, John Keeler, Alan Milward, Marc Trachtenberg, and Jeffrey Vanke, and rejoinder by Moravcsik).

"A New Statecraft? Supranational Entrepreneurs and International Cooperation" International Organization (Spring 1999)

"Explaining the Treaty of Amsterdam: Interests, Influences, Institutions," Journal of Common Market Studies (March 1999) (with Kalypso Nicolaïdis).

"Is Something Rotten in the State of Denmark? Constructivism and European Integration," Journal of European Public Policy ("Special Issue: The Social Construction of Europe," 6:4, 1999).

"Bringing Constructivist Theories of the EU out of the Clouds: Have they Landed Yet?" European Union Politics (June 2001).

"National Interest, State Power, and EU Enlargement," East European Politics and Society (February 2003) (with Milada Vachudova)

For unabridged, fully footnoted working paper version, click here.

"The Political Economy of Financial Assistance to Eastern Europe, 1989-1991" (with Stephan Haggard) in Robert O. Keohane, Joseph S. Nye and Stanley Hoffmann, eds., After the Cold War: Politics and Institutions in Europe (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993).

"Preferences and Power in the European Community: A Liberal Intergovernmentalist Approach," Journal of Common Market Studies (30th Anniversary Edition) (December 1993).

"Negotiating the Single European Act: National Interests and Conventional Statecraft in the European Community," International Organization (Winter 1991).


DEMOCRACY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Are Criticisms of the EU’s ‘Democratic Deficit’ Consistent with Basic Political Science?” Keynote Address to the 17th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Political Science Association (20 May 2011).

"Democracy-Enhancing Multilateralism," International Organization (Winter 2009) (with Robert Keohane and Stephen Macedo).

Constitutional Democracy and World Politics: A Response to Gartzke and Naoi,” International Organization (Summer 2011). (with Robert O. Keohane and Stephen Macedo)

"Democracy-enhancing Multilateralism," Institute for International Law and Justice Working Paper (No. 2007/4, New York University Law School, 2007) (with Robert Keohane and Stephen Macedo).

"The Myth of Europe's 'Democratic Deficit'," Intereconomics: Journal of European Economic Policy (November-December 2008).

"The European Constitutional Settlement," World Economy (January 2008).

“Is there a ‘Democratic Deficit’ in World Politics?” (President’s Lecture Series, Princeton University, 5 April 2007).
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What Can We Learn from the Collapse of the European Constitutional Project? A Symposium", Politische Vierteljahresschrift 47:2 (forthcoming 2006). Part of a forum with Fritz Scharpf, Michael Zuern, Wolfgang Wessels, and Andreas Maurer.

Responses by Pepper Culpepper and Archon Fung, James Fishkin, Mark Franklin, Paul Magnette, Giandomenico Majone, Jeremy Rabkin and Loukas Tsoukalis, and Moravcsik's "Response to Eight Critics."

French Translation: "Que faut-il retenir de l’effondrement du Projet Constitutionnel Européen?"

"The European Constitutional Compromise and the Neofunctionalist Legacy," Journal of European Public Policy 12:2 (April 2005), pp. 349-386.

"The European Constitutional Compromise," EUSA Review 18: 2 (Spring 2005).

"Is there a 'Democratic Deficit' in World Politics? A Framework for Analysis," Government and Opposition 39:2 (2004).

"In Defence of the Democratic Deficit: Reassessing Legitimacy in the European Union," Journal of Common Market Studies (40th Anniversary Edition) 40:4 (November 2002).

For a summary and review, see Julie Smith, "Global Newsstand: The Heartless EU," Foreign Policy (March 2003).

Andreas Føllesdal and Simon Hix, “Why there is a Democratic Deficit in the EU: a Response to Majone and Moravcsik,” (forthcoming, Journal of Common Market Studies, June 2006).

Moravcsik, ed. Centralization or Fragmentation? Europe Facing the Challenges of Deepening, Diversity, and Democracy (New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1998).

"Europe's Integration at Century's End," in Moravcsik, ed. Centralization or Fragmentation? Europe Facing the Challenges of Deepening, Diversity, and Democracy (above).

"On Democracy and 'Public Interest' in the European Union," in Wolfgang Streeck and Renate Mainz, eds., Die Reformierbarkeit der Demokratie. Innovationen und Blockaden (Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2002). (with Andrea Sangiovanni)

"Federalism in the European Union: Rhetoric and Reality," in Kalypso Nicolaïdis and Robert Howse, eds., The Federal Vision: Legitimacy and Levels of Governance in the US and the EU (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001).

"Conservative Idealism and International Institutions," Chicago Journal of International Law (Autumn 2000).

"Keynote Article: Federal Ideals and Constitutional Realities in the Treaty of Amsterdam" The European Union 1997: Annual Review of Activities (Special Issue of Journal of Common Market Studies) (Oxford: Blackwell, 1998). (with Kalypso Nicolaïdis)

"Why the European Community Strengthens the State: Domestic Politics and International Institutions," Center for European Studies Working Paper Series 52 (Cambridge: Center for European Studies, 1994).

"If it Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It! Europe's Rhetoric and America's Fears," Newsweek (4 March 2002, Atlantic Edition).


THE ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF GLOBAL HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS

"The Origins of International Human Rights Regimes: Democratic Delegation in Postwar Europe" International Organization (Spring 2000).

"Explaining International Human Rights Regimes: Liberal Theory and Western Europe," European Journal of International Relations (Summer 1995).


HUMAN RIGHTS, SOVEREIGNTY, AND AMERICAN UNILATERALISM

"The Paradox of US Human Rights Policy," in Michael Ignatieff, ed. American Exceptionalism and Human Rights (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005)

"Why Is U.S. Human Rights Policy So Unilateralist?" in Shepard Forman and Patrick Stewart, eds., The Cost of Acting Alone: Multilateralism and US Foreign Policy (Boulder: Lynne Riener Publishers, 2001).

"The New Abolitionism: Why Does the US Practice the Death Penalty while Europe Does Not?", European Studies (September 2001).

Response: "The New Abolitionism: American or European Exceptionalism regarding the Death Penalty?" (Stephen J. Silvia and Aaron Beers Sampson)

Rejoinder: "The Death Penalty: Getting Beyond 'Exceptionalism'"

"Conservative Idealism and International Institutions," Chicago Journal of International Law (Autumn 2000).


INTERNATIONAL LAW

Liberal Theories of International Law,” in Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (2012).

"Legalized Dispute Resolution: Interstate and Transnational," International Organization (Summer 2000). (with Robert Keohane and Anne-Marie Slaughter)

"The Concept of Legalization" International Organization (Summer 2000). (with Kenneth Abbott, Robert Keohane, Anne-Marie Slaughter, and Duncan Snidal)


NEGOTIATION THEORY AND TRANSNATIONAL POLITICAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

"A New Statecraft? Supranational Entrepreneurs and International Cooperation" International Organization (Spring 1999).

"Integrating International and Domestic Theories of International Bargaining" (Chapter One) in Peter Evans, Harold Jacobson and Robert Putnam, eds., Double-Edged Diplomacy: Interactive Games in International Affairs (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993).

"Armaments among Allies: Franco-German Weapons Cooperation, 1975-1985" (Chapter Eight) in Evans, Jacobson and Putnam, eds. Double-Edged Diplomacy (see above).  


THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS:
LIBERALISM, REALISM, CONSTRUCTIVISM, TWO-LEVEL GAMES, POST-MODERNISM

Milner and Moravcsik, eds.Helen Milner and Andrew Moravcsik, eds. Power, Interdependence and Non-State Actors in World Politics: Research Frontiers (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009).

Robert Keohane: Political Theorist,” in Helen Milner and Andrew Moravcsik, eds. Power, Interdependence and Non-State Actors in World Politics: Research Frontiers  (Princeton: Princeton University Press, forthcoming 2009).

"The New Liberalism," in Christian Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal, eds. The Oxford Handbook of International Relations (2008).

"Theory Synthesis in International Relations: Real Not Metaphysical," International Studies Review (March 2003)

"Taking Preferences Seriously: A Liberal Theory of International Politics" International Organization (Autumn 1997).

"Liberal International Relations Theory: A Scientific Assessment" in Colin Elman and Miriam Fendius Elman, eds. Progress in International Relations Theory: Appraising the Field (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2003), 159-204.

"‘Wahn,Wahn, Überall Wahn’: A Reply to Jahn’s critique of liberal internationalism,” International Theory 2:1 (2010).

"Tilting at Windmills: A Final Reply to Jahn," International Theory 2:1 (2010).

"Is Anybody Still a Realist?" International Security (Fall 1999) (with Jeffrey Legro). "Is Anybody Still a Realist? The Authors Reply," in "Correspondence: Brother, Can You Spare a Paradigm? (Or Was Anybody Ever a Realist?)," International Security (Summer 2000). (Reply to critiques by Peter Feaver, Gunther Hellmann, Randall Schweller, Jeffrey Taliaferro and William Wohlforth)

"Is Something Rotten in the State of Denmark? Constructivism and European Integration" Journal of European Public Policy ("Special Issue: The Social Construction of Europe," 2000).

"The Future of European Integration Studies: Social Theory or Social Science?" Millennium (Autumn 1999).

"Bringing Constructivist Theories of the EU out of the Clouds: Have they Landed Yet?" European Union Politics (June 2001).

"Federalism and Peace: A Structural Liberal Perspective" Zeitschrift für internationale Beziehungen (Spring 1996).

"Integrating International and Domestic Theories of International Bargaining" (Chapter One) in Peter Evans, Harold Jacobson and Robert Putnam, eds., Double-Edged Diplomacy: Interactive Games in International Affairs (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993).


METHODOLOGY AND HISTORIOGRAPHY

"Active Citation and Qualitative Political Science," Qualitative & Multi-Method Research 10:1 (Spring 2012).

Charles de Gaulle and Europe: The New Revisionism,” Journal of Cold War Studies 14:1 (Winter 2012).

"Active Citation: A Precondition for Replicable Qualitative Research," PS: Political Science and Politics 43(1) (January 2010).


INTERNATIONAL POWER, GLOBAL GEOPOLITICS, AND EUROPEAN FOREIGN POLICY

Europe: Quietly Rising Superpower in a Bipolar World,” in Alan Alexandroff and Andrew Cooper, eds., Rising States, Rising Institutions (Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 2010).

"Europe: The Second Superpower," Current History (March 2010).

"Europe: The Quiet Superpower," French Politics 7:3/4 (September-December 2009).


COMMENTARY AND REVIEWS IN JOURNALS OF CIVIC OPINION

Newsweek"The Quiet Superpower," Global Europe (14 September 2009).

"Europe Defies the Skeptics: How Crisis Will Make the EU Stronger," Newsweek (1 August 2009).

"Don't Know? Vote No!" Prospect (July 2008, London).

"Washington Cries Wolf," Newsweek (International edition, 31 March 2008, Cover Story).

"The Self-Absorbed Dragon," Newsweek (International edition, 29 October 2007).

"Soft Power's Libyan Triumph," Financial Times (30 July 2007, Opinion and Comment).

"A Rogue Reforms: Libya Comes in from the Cold," Newsweek (International editions, 16 July 2007).

"The Golden Moment: The EU at 50," Newsweek (Cover Story, International edition, 26 March 2007). (For a .pdf copy of the illustrated print edition, click here.)

"Failing to Learn their Lessons: Rhetoric and Reality in the European Union," Financial Times (Special Section on the Future of Europe, 27 January 2006).

Response: Kirsty Hughes, "The Debate about Europe's Future has Got to Make the Issue of Democracy Striking and Understandable," Financial Times (31 January 2006).

"Brussels Diary: An End to Constitutional Confusion," Prospect (October 2005, 10th Anniversary Special Issue).Europe at 50

"Europe without Illusions," Prospect (July 2005) (cover article with commentary by Larry Siedentop, Gisela Stuart, John Kay, Sunder Katwala, Charles Grant, Michael Maclay, Philippe Legrain).

"A Too Perfect Union? Why Europe Said 'No,'" Current History (November 2005).

"Europe Works Well Without the Grand Illusions," Financial Times (13 June 2005).

"Europe is the New Role Model for World," Financial Times (5 October 2004).

"The Unsung Constitution," Prospect (March 2004).

"One Year On: Lessons from Iraq," in Gustav Lindstrom and Burkard Schmitt, eds., One Year On: Lessons from Iraq (Chaillot Paper No. 68) (Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies, March 2004).

"The Death of Tory England," Newsweek (10 November 2003, Atlantic edition).

"Debate: Should the European Union be Able to Do Everything that NATO Can?" NATO Review (Autumn 2003) (with Fraser Cameron).

"Striking a New Transatlantic Bargain," Foreign Affairs (July/August 2003).

"A Tory Referendum," Prospect (July 2003).

"The World is Bipolar After All," Newsweek (5 May 2003, Atlantic Edition).

"How Europe Can Win without an Army," Financial Times (3 April 2003).

"The EU Ain't Broke," Prospect (March 2003).

"The Quiet Superpower," Newsweek (17 June 2002, Atlantic Edition).

"The Human Rights Blame Game," Newsweek (22 April 2002, Atlantic Edition).

"If it Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It! Europe's Rhetoric and America's Fears," Newsweek (4 March 2002, Atlantic Edition).

"Despotism in Brussels? Misreading the European Union," Foreign Affairs (May/June 2001).

"Faux Realism: Spin vs. Substance in the New Bush Foreign Policy Doctrine," Foreign Policy (July-August 2001). (with Jeffrey Legro)


PUBLICATIONS ON MUSIC

"Everyday Totalitarianism: Reflections on the Stuttgart Ring," The Opera Quarterly (Winter 2010).

"Hidden Arias," Newsweek (1 June 2004, Atlantic edition).

"In Defense of Bayreuth," German Politics and Society (forthcoming)

"Moon over Mozart: Peter Sellars at Glyndebourne," Newsweek (11 August 2003, Atlantic edition).

"All Wagner, All the Time," Newsweek (26 August 2002, Atlantic Edition)


If you are unable to access an electronic version of any selection, please contact <amoravcs@princeton.edu> to obtain a hard copy. Please send any questions, suggestions, or complaints concerning the coding or maintenance of this website to Helene E. Wood at hwood@princeton.edu.

     
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