Tuesday 2 January 2007, by Challenge
List of Official Challenge Deliverables
1. Workpackage 1 -The New State of Exception: The political and Social Implications of Globalized Insecurities
1.1Working Paper on the State of the Art on the review of the literature on the «state of exception»
1.2.Working Paper on «Law Transformed: Guantanamo from exception to nomos», Claudia Aradau.
1.3. Working Paper on «Ambiguous Liberty: from the excess of liberty to the proper use of freedom»,Claudia Aradau.
1.4. Special Issue of «Security Dialogue», Volume 37, Number 1, March 2006.
2. Workpackage 2 –Securitization beyond borders: Exceptionalism inside the EU and impact on policing beyond borders
2.1. Working Paper on the State of the Art on «Policing beyond borders: the transformation of military and police-related practices in external operations»
2.2.Six Working Papers:
«Policing at distance, Detention of foreigners, State of exception, and the social practices of control of the Ban-opticon» (Didier Bigo)
«Defending the Homeland. Networking antiterrorism» (Philippe Bonditti)
«External interventions and the concept of the political: conceptualising political interactions between external forces and local societies» (Christian Olsson)
«Military Activities Inside National Territory: The French Case» (Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet)
«Intelligence, exception and suspicion after September 11th 2001 and March 11th 2004» (Laurent Bonelli)
«The defining of the Terrorist Threat in the UK. An analysis of the Reported in the Press Discourses: September 2001 – March 2005» (Anatassia Tsoukala)
2.3. Working Paper on«Balancing between inclusion and exclusion: The EU’s fight against irregular migration and human trafficking from Ukraine, Moldova and Russia»,Sinikukka Saari.
2.4. Working Paper on«European measures to combat terrorist financing and the tension between liberty and security»,William Vlcek.
2.5. Working Paper on «Integrating the Bulgarian Security Sector in Euro-Atlantic Structures: Post-1989 Reforms in a Changing Landscape of (In)Securitisation»,Victor Bojkov.
2.6. Working Paper «Mapping of the field of the professionals of security at the European level».
2.7. Working Paper, Protection, Security, Territory and Population,Didier Bigo.
2.8. Book. D. Bigo, L. Bonelli, E. Guittet, C. Olsson and A. Tsoukala (2006), Illiberal Practices of Liberal Regimes: The (In)security Games, Centre d’Études sur les Conflits, L’Harmattan: Paris.
3. Workpackage 3 –Securitization, Technology and the Transformation of Warfare
3.1. Working Paper on the State of the Art, New techonologies, new wars and new world order. Security and Technology (Mikkel Vedby Rasmussen)
3.2. Security and the Public Sphere - Security and Democracy in the Era of Terrorism (Ola Tunander)
3.3. Security: A Conceptual History for International Relations, Ole Waever.
3.4. Brief Report and bibliography on Critical Infrastructure Protection.
3.5. The Dual State and the Sovereign: A Schmittian Approach to Western Politics, Ola Tunander.
3.6. Precautionary Principles,Mikkel Vedby Rasmussen.
3.7. Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Practice of Sovereignty, Kristian Søby Kristensen.
3.8. Terrorism, Securitization and a Unipolar World Order, Ola Tunander.
3.9. From Coalition to Collision: Neo-conservatives, Terrorism and Transatlantic Relations, Ola Tunander.
3.10. War on Terror and the US Transformation of World Order, Ola Tunander.
3.11. European Security Identity, Peter Burgess.
3.12. Special Issue of «Security Dialogue», Volume 37, Number 1, March 2006.
3.13. «How to Securitize a Community of Values: Meta-ethical Assumptions for Implementation of the Hague Programme», Peter Burgess.
4. Workpackage 4 –Economic Factors of Conflict and Violence
4.1. Data Collection on Crime and Migration in Selected Countries, Peter Lock.
4.2. State of the art: Shadow economy and globalisation, Peter Lock.
4.3. Anti-terrorism and Effects on Freedom of Movement: Assessing the Concept of Progress in the Fight against Terrorism, Peter Lock.
5. Workpackage 5 –The Changing Dynamic of Security in an Enlarged Europe
5.1.Working Paperon the State of the Art on Changes in Concepts of Security and the JHA Agenda
5.2. Book on «Migration, Border and Asylum: Trends and Vulnerabilities in EU Policy», Thierry Balzacq and Sergio Carrera.
5.3. «Security and the Two-Level Game: The Treaty of Prüm, the EU and the Management of Threats», Thierry Balzacq, Didier Bigo, Sergio Carrera and Elspeth Guild.
5.4. «The Pragmatic Act of Security: An Analytical Matrix», Thierry Balzacq.
5.5. EU-NATO Relations Today: Power Sharing or Shifting Responsability?,Co-authored by Thierry Balzacq, Esther Barbé and Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués.
5.6. Syllabus of EU Security Agencies: Institutional Settings, Competences and Responsibilities,Thierry Balzacq, Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Viktoriya Khasson.
5.7. The CFSP of the ENP: Getting the Global Order Right? Esther Barbé and Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués.
5.8. «A Comparison of Integration Programmes in the EU: Trends and Weaknesses», Sergio Carrera.
5.9. Collective Volume «The Nexus between Immigration, Integration and Citizenship in the EU», Sergio Carrera et al.
6. Workpackage 6 –Accountability, Responsibility and Transparency in an Enlarged Europe
6.1.Working Paper, state of the art on security and transparency: what is transparency?
6.2. Working Paper, «Five Dilemmas of eJudicial Cooperation», Juliet Lodge.
6.3. Working Paper, «Transparency procedures: Theory and practice», Juliet Lodge & Bruno Fransen.
6.4. Working Paper,«Communicating Security - a failure of public diplomacy?»,Juliet Lodge with Bruno Fransen.
7. Workpackage 7 –The Changing Relationships between the Accession Countries and their Neighbours in the Changing Landscape of Liberty and Security
7.1.Working Paper: State of the Art «Enlargement and new challenges for neighbourhood, liberty and security»
7.2.«Efforts for building lawful enforcement, security and balance in public law of Hungary»,Szikinger, István and Tóth, Judit.
7.3. «Irregular Migration to Poland before and after accession», Agnieszka Weinar.
7.4. «An Assessment of the Destruction of Rogue Civil Aircraft under International Law and Constitutional Law», Gábor Sulyok.
7.5. «Ethnic Discrimination and the War Against Terrorism – The Case of Hungary», András L. Pap.
7.6. «The Police Act and the National Security Act in Service of the Fight Against Terrorism»,Istvan Szikinger.
7.7. «Towards a joint sweeper of illegal migrants»,Judit Tóth.
7.8. «Short-term impacts of enlargement in the Romanian and Hungarian border crossing»,Béla Baranyi.
7.9. Law versus Policy: Rule of Law in the Area of FSJ,Tóth, Judit.
7.10. «Impacts of enlargement on trans-border relations»,Béla Baranyi.
7.11. The consequences of aligning visa policy in the process of accession: the case of Bulgaria,Angelina Tchorbadjiyska.
7.12. «Europeanization of Polish immigration policy 1993-2003»,Agnieszka Weinar.
8. Workpackage 8 –Effects of Exceptionalism on Social Cohesion in Europe, and Beyond
8.1. Working Paper on the State of the Art of the literature, interviews, analysis of media and focus groups.
8.2. «The practices of the everyday war against migrations (and its paradoxes)»,Salvatore Palidda.
8.3. Securitarism, reproduction of disorder and erosion of democratic rule of law, Salvatore Palidda.
9. Workpackage 9 –Exceptionalism and Its Impact on the Euro-Mediterranean Relations
9.1. Working Paper on the State of the Art on the research and interviews carried out in Spain
9.2. «A Common Foreign and Security Policy: Immigration as an Excuse for much more Security: The case of Spain», Roberto Bergalli.
9.3.«Analysis of Terrorist Legislation, evolution and practices of Penal agencies».
9.4. «Spanish immigration policies and legislative evolution in that field as a new exceptional framework»,Cristina Fernández Bessa & José María Ortuño Aix.
9.5. «On regulations against incivilities».
9.6. Book «Política Criminal de la Guerra», Roberto Bergalli and Iñaki Rivera Beiras.
9.7. Book «Torturas y Abuso de Poder», Roberto Bergalli and Iñaki Rivera Beiras.
10. Workpackage 10 –Securitization and Religious Divide in Europe after 9/11
10.1. Working Paper on the State of the Art of knowledge on the current social, economic and political situations of Muslims in Europe
10.2. «Securitization and religious divides in Europe: Islamophobia in Western Europe», Jocelyne Cesari, Peter DeWan, Mark Somos – Deliverables No. 59 and 92.
11. Workpackage 11 –Fears, Unease and Threat/Risk Management and an Assessment of Vulnerabilities of Different Social Groups in Acceptance and Resistance to Exceptionalism
11.1.Working paper on the combined effect of different types of uncertainty, insecurity and vulnerability and the conceptual framework to link these with IP.
11.2. «Insecurity in Late Modernity: A Conceptual Framework»,Michalis Lianos.
12. Workpackage 12 –Normative Parameters of Exceptionalism: Community Governance Patterns in the field of Security and Its Implications for the Future of Global Governance as Responding to the Internal Rules of Globalization, Existing or to Be
12.1.Working Paper:State of the Art on normative patterns of globalization.
12.2.«Conceptualising globalisation in view of a balance between liberty and security: normative patterns in constituting subjects in a global context», N. Scandamis.
12.3. «CFSP after the Constitutional Treaty: The Stakes for the Future».
13. Workpackage 13 –The Relation between National, European and International Law with Respect to European Borders
13.1.«The fight against terrorism. The lists and the gaps»,Imelda Tappeiner.
13.2. «Unequal Citizenship: Integration Measures and Equality», L. Besselink.
13.3. «Security in European Union External Border Law»,Aliza Tekofsky.
14. Workpackage 14 –Securitization, Liberty, and Law
14.1. State of the Arton the four projects: 1. Citizenship, Identity, Constitutionalism and EU Law; 2. Schengen Information System; 3. Social Protection and Security inside and out; and 4. Constitutionalism and civil liberties.
14.2. Two books and five Working papers:
Elspeth Guild, The Legal Elements of European Identity: EU Citizenship and Migration Law, Kluwer Law International, 2004.
Elspeth Guild, The variable subject of the EU Constitution, Civil Liberties and Human Rights in European Journal of Migration Law Vol. 1 March 2005.
Elspeth Guild, Joanne Van Selm (eds.), International Migration and Security: Opportunities and Challenges (London: Routledge, 2005).
Elspeth Guild, Citizenship and Human Rights.
D.J.H.M. Dieben and T.H.O.M. Dieben, Aspects concerning the criminal case against Eric O.
Evelien Brouwer Access to Europe, access to justice: effective remedies for third country nationals.
Evelien Brouwer, Data surveillance and border control in the EU: balancing efficiency and legal protection of third country nationals.
14.3. «The judicialisation of armed conflict Transforming the twenty-first century», Elspeth Guild.
14.4. «The EAW and the Polish Constitutional Court decision of 27 April 2005»,Kazimierz Bem
14.5. «Data surveillance and border control in the EU: Balancing efficiency and legal protection»,Evelien Brouwer.
14.6. «Effective Remedies for Third Country Nationals in EU Law: Justice Accessible to All?»,Evelien Brouwer.
14.7. «The «Other» EU Security: Social Protection»,Paul Minderhoud.
14.8. D. Dieben and T. Dieben (2005), When does war become crime? Aspects of Criminal Case against Eric O, Centre for Migration Law, Wolf Legal Publishers: Nijmegen – Deliverable No. 68.
14.9. Special Issue of European Journal of Migration and Law, Vol. 7, No. 3, 2005.
14.10. E. Guild (ed) (2006), Constitutiona Challenges to the European Arrest Warrant, Centre for Migration Law, Wolf Legal Publishers: Nijmegen – Deliverable No. 94.