Andrew Glencross
Andrew Glencross
Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Politics and International Relations, Aston University
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Why the UK voted for Brexit: David Cameron's great miscalculation
A Glencross
Springer, 2016
892016
First or second order referendums? Understanding the votes on the EU Constitutional Treaty in four EU Member States
A Glencross, A Trechsel
West European Politics 34 (4), 755-772, 2011
762011
What makes the EU viable?: European integration in the light of the antebellum US experience
A Glencross
Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
392009
Politics of European Integration: Political Union or a House Divided?
A Glencross
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
382014
Why a British referendum on EU membership will not solve the Europe question
A Glencross
International Affairs 91 (2), 303-317, 2015
322015
The Eurozone crisis as a challenge to democracy and integration in Europe
A Glencross
Orbis 58 (1), 55-68, 2014
29*2014
Altiero Spinelli and the Idea of the US Constitution as a Model for Europe: The Promises and Pitfalls of an Analogy
A Glencross
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 47 (2), 287-307, 2009
252009
The absence of political constitutionalism in the EU: three models for enhancing constitutional agency
A Glencross
Journal of European Public Policy 21 (8), 1163-1180, 2014
232014
A Post‐National EU? The Problem of Legitimising the EU without the Nation and National Representation
A Glencross
Political Studies 59 (2), 348-367, 2011
20*2011
EU federalism and constitutionalism: the legacy of Altiero Spinelli
S Bartolini, PV D'Astoli, S Fabbrini, JM Palayret, P Ponzano, B de Witte
Lexington Books, 2010
182010
Debating the Sources and Prospects of European Integration
DM McCourt, A Glencross
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 37 (1), 182-185, 2012
15*2012
E-Participation in the Legislative Process Lessons from Estonia for Enhancing Democratic Empowerment
A Glencross
JeDEM-eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government 1 (1), 21-29, 2009
15*2009
From ‘doing history’to thinking historically: Historical consciousness across History and International Relations
A Glencross
International Relations 29 (4), 413-433, 2015
14*2015
The European Council and the Legitimacy Paradox of New Intergovernmentalism: Constitutional Agency Meets Politicization
A Glencross
Journal of European Integration 38 (5), 497-509, 2016
102016
The difficulty of justifying European integration as a consequence of depoliticization: Evidence from the 2005 French referendum
A Glencross
Government and opposition 44 (3), 243-261, 2009
102009
Cameron's European Legacy: How Brexit Demonstrates the Flawed Politics of Simple Solutions
A Glencross
UCL Press, 2018
92018
The Grand Illusion Continues: What the Lisbon Treaty Means for the European Union and Its Global Role
AR Glencross
Foreign Policy Research Institute E-Note, Forthcoming, 2010
92010
The great miscalculation: David Cameron’s renegotiation and the EU Referendum campaign
A Glencross
EU referendum analysis, 19-20, 2016
82016
Going it alone? The choice of political Union in British politics
A Glencross
The Political Quarterly 86 (4), 555-562, 2015
72015
British Euroscepticism as British Exceptionalism: the forty-year “Neverendum” on the relationship with Europe
A Glencross
Studia Diplomatica 67 (4), 7-20, 2014
72014
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