Sognsveien 68 (map)
In ARENA Report 08/08, Savino Ruà analyzes how the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland has adapted to the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) since the Finnish became members of the EU in 1995.
ARENA Report 07/08 edited by Dirk Peters, Wolfgang Wagner and Nicole Deitelhoff explores how parliaments on all levels can contribute to the democratic control of the European security policy.
New Approaches to Civil Society in the New Europe
ARENA Report 06/08 edited by Ulrike Liebert and Hans-Jörg Trenz brings together contributions aimed at mapping the current state of the art in civil society research empirically and theoretically.
Contrasting European and International Governance
The ARENA Report 05/08 edited by Christian Joerges and Poul F. Kjaer presents the proceedings of an inter-disciplinary workshop on transnational standards of social protection held at the University of Bremen in November 2007.
Law and Democracy in Neil D. MacCormick’s Legal and Political Theory
ARENA Report 04/08 edited by Agustín José Menéndez and John Erik Fossum collects the edited versions of the papers presentet at the workshop ‘The Post-Sovereign Constellation’, intended as a celebration of Neil D. MacCormick's work.
En kartlegging av Europakommisjonens kabinetter 1995-2007
I ARENA Rapport 03/08 kartlegger Andreas Heskestad organisasjon og personalsammensetning i Europakommisjonens kabinetter i tre perioder fra 1995 til 2007. Fra de tre periodene analyseres organisasjonsmessige betingelser for nasjonal innflytelse i kabinettenes arbeid, og videre hvilken kapasitet de ansatte i kabinettene innehar for å involvere seg i de andre kommissærenes porteføljer.
EU Democracy Promotion in the Mediterranean Neighbourhood
In ARENA Report 02/08, Nina Fredrikke Meyer Stensholt seeks to explain the emerging emphasis on democracy promotion in the Mediterranean region in relation to the launch of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP)
Between European integration and organisational dynamics
In ARENA Report 01/08, Martine Marte Bonjaree explores why the Commission and the EP were given increased influence with the Treaties of Amsterdam and Nice