**New special issue: Perceptions and Narratives of EU Crisis Diplomacy**

CSEL member Ben O’Loughlin along with Natalia Chaban and Alister Miskimmon have published a new special issue of European Security entitled, Perceptions and Narratives of EU Crisis Diplomacy. The articles present research from the three-year project, Crisis, Conflict and Critical Diplomacy: EU Perceptions in Ukraine, Israel and Palestine (C3EU). The context for the research is that the European Commission and the EEAS aim to more effectively engage with publics and stakeholders in the European Neighbourhood. Ukraine, Israel and Palestine are currently embroiled in conflicts set in differing contexts which threaten the EU’s eastern and southern edges. The research in these new articles diagnoses perceptions and narratives of the EU in these volatile strategic neighbours and tracks expectations about what role the EU should play. The research indicates how these expectations are laden with emotions — Ukrainian hopes, Palestinian disappointments, Israeli confidence — and how these emotions become embedded in narratives (see e.g. chapter by Miskimmon and O’Loughlin) and metaphors (chapters by Pshenychnykh and by Morozova). Read it here.

If you are interested in how communication works in international relations and how people in conflict societies invest hope in different visions of the future, this is important reading.

Publications

Bögner, D., Brewin, C. and Herlihy, J. (2010). Refugees’ Experiences of Home Office Interviews: A Qualitative Study on the Disclosure of Sensitive Personal InformationJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(3) 519-535

Bögner, D., Herlihy, J. and Brewin, C. (2007). The impact of sexual violence on disclosure during Home Office interviewsBritish Journal of Psychiatry 191 75-81

Brickell, K., and Cuomo, D. (2019). Feminist geolegality. Progress in Human Geography 43(1) 104-122

Brickell, K. (2016). Gendered violences and rule of/by law in CambodiaDialogues in human geography 6(2) 182-185

Clayton, S., A. Gupta and Willis, K. (eds) (2019). Unaccompanied Young Migrants: Identity, Care & Justice. Policy Press

Cochrane, C., and Rosselson, R. (ed) (2012). Evidence in Practice: CSEL Research Dissemination Project for Women Toolkit

Cuomo, D., and Brickell, K., (2019). Feminist legal geographiesEconomy and Space 51(5) 1043-1049

Dominguez, S.F, Storey, J., and Glorney, E., (2019). Help-seeking Behavior in Victims of Elder Abuse: A systematic reviewTrauma, Violence and Abuse https://doi.org/10.1177/1524838019860616

Given-Wilson, Z., Hodes, M. and Herlihy, J. (2018). A review of adolescent autobiographical memory and the implications for assessment of unaccompanied minors’ refugee determinations. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 23(2) 209-222

Given-Wilson, Z., Herlihy, J., and Hodes, M. (2016). Telling the Story: A Psychological Review on Assessing Adolescents’ Asylum Claims. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne 57(4) Nov 2016 265-273

Graham, B., Herlihy, J. and Brewin, C.R. (2014). Overgeneral memory in asylum seekers and refugeesJournal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 45 375-380

Herlihy, J., and Turner, S. (2015). Untested assumptions: psychological research and credibility assessment in legal decision-making. European Journal of Psychotraumatology 6(1) 27380

Herlihy, J., Jobson, L. and Turner, S. (2012). Just Tell Us What Happened to You: Autobiographical Memory and Seeking AsylumApplied Cognitive Psychology 26 661–676

Herlihy, J., Gleeson, K. and Turner, S. (2010). What Assumptions about Human Behaviour Underlie Asylum Judgments? International Journal of Refugee Law 22(3) 351-366

Herlihy, J., & Turner, S.W. (2006). Should discrepant accounts given by asylum seekers be taken as proof of deceit? Torture 16(2) 81-92

Herlihy, J., Scragg P, and Turner S. (2002). Discrepancies in autobiographical memories-implications for the assessment of asylum seekers: repeated interviews studyBritish Medical Journal 324 324-7

Jones, W., and Teytelboym, A. (2018). The Local Refugee Match: Aligning Refugees Preferences with the Capacities and Priorities of Communities. Journal of Refugee Studies 31(2) 152-178

–(2017). ‘The International Refugee Match: A System that Respects Refugees’ Preferences and the Priorities of States.’ Refugee Survey Quarterly 36(2) 84-109

Marshall, J., (2018). Secrecy in births, identity rights, care and belonging. Child and Family Law Quarterly 30 167-185

Marshall, J., (2016). Human Rights, Identity and the Legal Regulation of Dress. Nottingham Law Journal 25 73-85

Marshall, J., (2014). Human Rights Law and Personal Identity. Routledge

Rogers, H., Fox, S. and Herlihy, J. (2015). The importance of looking credible: the impact of the behavioural sequelae of post-traumatic stress disorder on the credibility of asylum seekersPsychology, Crime & Law 21(2) 139-155

Rogers, M., and Storey, J., (2019). Elder homicide: A systematic literature reviewAggression and Violent Behavior 48 141-151

Storey, J., (2018). Risk factors for elder abuse and neglect: A review of the literatureAggression and Violent Behavior https://doi.org/10.1016/j.avb.2019.101339

Wilson-Shaw, L., Pistrang, N. and Herlihy, J. (2012). Non-clinicians’ judgments about asylum seekers’ mental health: How do legal representatives of asylum seekers decide when to request medico-legal reports? European Journal of Psychotraumatology 3 18406