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The list below gives the references of policy papers authored or co-authored by Webster Vienna Private University professors. Our faculty names are in bold.

Viatcheslav Morozov, Xymena Kurowska and Anatoly Reshetnikov, “Why Russia’s Strategic Deception Is Popular: The Cultural Appeal of the Trickster,” PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo No. 554, December 2018.

Bátora, J. et al (2017): "The EU's Crisis Management in the Kosovo-Serbia Crises" EUNPACK Working Paper No 3.

Bátora, J. and Osland, K. (2017): "Public Perceptions of the EU’s Role in Crisis Management in North Mitrovica" EUNPACK Policy Brief, 5.03.

Bátora, J., Kursani, S. and Osland, K. (2017): "Public Perceptions of the EU’s Role in Crisis Management in South Mitrovica" EUNPACK Policy Brief, 5.04.

Brutschin, E., Pollak, J., & Schubert, S. R. (2014). ”The EU and Russian Gas: Is Ukraine a game changer?”, OeGfE Policy Brief, 15'2014.

Brutschin, E, & Pollak, J. (2014). ”The European Commission 2030 framework for climate and energy policies: a step back?”, IHS Standpunkt, 21/2014.

Algieri, F. (2012). “Irrelevant or not? Thoughts on the EU’s strategic partnership with China”, AIES Fokus.

Algieri, F. (2012). “Austria’s perception of Germany. Between admiration and skepticism”, in Möller, A. & Parkes, R. (eds.), Germany as viewed by other EU member states. (EPIN Paper No. 33), pp. 42-44.

Algieri, F. (2010). „Europäische Chinapolitik: Testfall für die Kohärenz der EU-Außenpolitik (European China policy as a test for the coherence of EU foreign policy)“, AIES Fokus 8/2010.