GARDINI Gian Luca

Qualifica Docente a contratto
E-mail gianluca.gardini@unive.it
Web www.unive.it/persone/gianluca.gardini (scheda personale)
Struttura Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati
Sito web struttura: http://www.unive.it/dslcc

Pubblicazioni

Books

 

  1. GL Gardini and MH Tavares de Almeida (Eds), Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil, Palgrave Macmillan, New York and Basingstoke, 2016.
  2. GL Gardini, Latin America in the 21st Century, Zed Books, London, 2012. This is the fully expanded and updated translation into English of item 5.
  3. GL Gardini and P. W. Lambert (Eds), Latin American Foreign Policies: Between Ideology and Pragmatism. Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2011.
  4. GL Gardini, The Origins of Mercosur. Democracy and Regionalization in South America, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2010.
  5. GL Gardini, L’America Latina del XXI Secolo (in Italian), Carocci Editore, Rome, 2009. The book was ‘Book of the Month’ by the Italian Journal Affari Internazionali, January 2010.

 

Articles in peer-reviewed journals and outlets

 

  1. GL Gardini and A Malamud, ‘Debunking Interregionalism: Concepts, Type and Critique – with a  Transatlantic focus’, FP7 Atlantic Future: scientific paper No. 38, February 2016, EU open access policy, online.
  2. GL Gardini, ‘Brazil: what rise of what power?’, Bulletin of Latin American Research, 35:1, January 2016, pp. 5-19.
  3. GL Gardini, ‘Towards modular regionalism: the proliferation of Latin American cooperation’, Revista Brasileira de Politica Internacional, 58:1, July 2015, pp. 210-229.
  4. GL Gardini, ‘In Defence of Oral History: Evidence from the Mercosur Case’, Journal of Politics in Latin America, 4:1, May 2012, pp. 107-133.
  5. GL Gardini and A Malamud, ‘Has Regionalism Peaked? The Latin American Quagmire and its Lessons’, International Spectator, 47:1, March 2012, pp.116-133.
  6. GL Gardini, ‘Mercosur: What you see is not (always) what you get’, European Law Journal, 17:5, September 2011, pp. 683-700.
  7. GL Gardini, ‘South American Regional Integration Projects. Towards a Theory of Regional Convergence’ (in Spanish), Relaciones Internacionales, No. 15 October 2010, pp. 11-31.
  8. GL Gardini, ‘Who still cares about the English School, and why?’ Mural Internacional, Jan.-June 2010, 1:1, pp. 7-11.
  9. GL Gardini, ‘Executive-Legislature Relations in Foreign Policy: A case study in incipient regional integration’, The Bulletin of Latin American Research, March 2010, 29:2, pp. 224-237.
  10. GL Gardini, ‘Who Invented Mercosur?’, Diplomacy and Statecraft, December 2007, 18:4, pp. 805-830.
  1. GL Gardini, ‘Government-Business Relations in the Construction of Mercosur’, Business and Politics, April 2006, 8:1, article 3, pp. 1-28 [online].
  1. GL Gardini ‘Making Sense of the Argentine-Brazilian Rapprochement (1979-1982)’, European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, April 2006, No. 80, pp. 57-71.
  2. GL Gardini, ‘Two critical passages on the Road to Mercosur’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs. October 2005, 18:3, pp. 405-420.
  3. GL Gardini, ‘The Hidden Diplomatic History of Argentine-Brazilian Bilateral Integration: Implications for Historiography and Theory’, The Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. July 2005, 30:60, pp. 63-92.
  4. GL Gardini, ‘Continuity and Change in US Foreign Policy towards Latin America: What to Expect from the Second Mandate of President Bush?’ (in Italian), Politica Internazionale. July 2005, 4-5/6, pp. 43-54.

 

Chapters in books

 

  1. GL Gardini and A Malamud, ‘Debunking Interregionalism: Concepts, Types and Critique – With a Pan-Atlantic Focus’, in A Godsäter and F Mattheis (Eds), Interregionalism across the Atlantic Space, Springer, forthcoming 2017.
  2. GL Gardini and A Ayuso, ‘EU-Latin American Relations as a Template for Interregionalism’ in A Godsäter and F Mattheis (Eds), Interregionalism across the Atlantic Space, Springer, forthcoming 2017.
  3. GL Gardini, ‘Modular Regionalism: Explaining Latin American Cooperation’, in U Engl, H Zinecker, F Mattheis, T Ploetze and A Dietze (eds), The New Politics of Regionalism. Perspectives from Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific, Routledge, London, 2016.
  4. GL Gardini, ‘Brazil: The state of the art of its rise and power projection’, in GL Gardini and MH Tavares de Almeida (Eds), Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil, Palgrave MacMillan, 2016, pp. 3-28.
  1. GL Gardini and MH Tavares de Almeida, ‘Introduction’, in GL Gardini and MH Tavares de Almeida (Eds), Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil, Palgrave MacMillan, 2016, pp. 1-11.

  2. GL Gardini and MH Tavares de Almeida, ‘Concluding Remarks’, in GL Gardini and MH Tavares de Almeida (Eds), Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil, Palgrave MacMillan, 2016, pp. 227-235.

  1. GL Gardini, ‘Forging the partnership academia-policy makers’ (in Spanish), in P. Leiva (Ed), La Primera Cumbre Académica CELAC-EU: Hacia un espacio eurolatinoamericano para la educación superior, ciencia, tecnología e innovación, Santiago de Chile, Universidad Central de Chile, 2014, pp. 51-60.
  2. GL Gardini, ‘Latin America and Europe. Regional Fragmentation v. Regional Convergence. A Comparative View’, in G. Laschi (Ed), The European Communities and the World, Peter Lang, Oxford, 2014, pp. 147-165.
  3. GL Gardini, ‘The EU: A Model or a Reference for Integration in Latin America?’ (in Spanish), in G. Arenas Valverde and H. Casanueva (Eds), De Madrid 2010 a Santiago 2013: Evaluación y Perspecyivas para la Agenda Estratégica Unión Europea – América Latina y Caribe, CELARE-UPV, Santiago de Chile, 2012, pp. 36-43.
  4. GL Gardini and A Malamud, ‘Has Regionalism Peaked? The Latin American Quagmire and its Lessons’, in L. Fioramonti (Ed), Regionalism in a Changing World: Perspectives from
    Africa, Asia, Europe and South America
    , Routledge, London, 2012.
  5. GL Gardini, ‘MERCOSUR at 20: The current Agenda and the Shadow of the EU’, in G. Laschi (Ed) Going beyond Borders: The EU between Integration and External Relations, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2012, pp. 417-443.
  6. GL Gardini, ‘“Sur-Realism” or “Surrealism”: 20 years of Mercosur’ (in Spanish), in José Briceño Ruiz (Ed.), El Mercosur: Las Complejidades de 20 Años de Integración Regional, Editorial Teseo, Buenos Aires, 2011, pp. 63-104.
  7. GL Gardini, ‘Latin America’s Foreign Policies between Pragmatism and Ideology: A        Framework for Analysis’, in GL Gardini and P. W. Lambert (Eds), Latin American Foreign Policies. Between Ideology and Pragmatism, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2011, pp. 13-33.
  8. GL Gardini, ‘Unity and diversity in Latin American Visions of Regional Integration’, in GL Gardini and P. W. Lambert (Eds), Latin American Foreign Policies. Between Ideology and Pragmatism, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2011, pp. 235-254.
  9. GL Gardini and PW Lambert, ‘Introduction’, in GL Gardini and P. W. Lambert (Eds), Latin American Foreign Policies. Between Ideology and Pragmatism, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2011, pp. 1-11.
  10. GL Gardini and PW Lambert, ‘Conclusion’, in GL Gardini and P. W. Lambert (Eds), Latin American Foreign Policies. Between Ideology and Pragmatism, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2011, pp. 255-263 .

 

Special issues/sections edited in academic journals

 

1.      GL Gardini (Guest Editor), ‘Latin American Responses to the rise of Brazil’, special issue Bulletin of Latin American Research (BLAR), 35:1, January 2016, pp. 3-92.

2.      GL Gardini (Ed) ‘Latin American Trading Blocs: Reality and Utopia’, Integration & Trade, 15:33, July-December 2011, pp. 103-118. With contributions by GL Gardini, M. Doctor (John’s Hopkins), J. Crabtree (Oxford), T. Muhr (Bristol), K. Shadlen (LSE), JR Perales (George Washington University) and Mauricio Rodriguez-Munera (Ambassador of Colombia to the UK).

3.      A. Cento Bull and GL Gardini (Eds), ‘Italy: Reformers Without Reforms?’, Modern Italy, November 2010, 15:4, pp. 485-499.

  1. GL Gardini (Ed.), ‘Critical Investigations on Integration in South America: Hidden Past, Uncertain Present and Controversial Future’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, October 2005, 18:3, pp. 403-454.
  2. GL Gardini (Ed.), ‘Renewal of the South Atlantic Relationship: Prospects for the Future’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, October 2004, 17:3, pp.521-555.

 

Reviews

 

  1. GL Gardini, ‘Latin America confronts the United States’, by Tom Long, an e-roundtable with 5 major experts on the topic, H-Diplo, forthcoming, 2017 (commissioned).
  2. GL Gardini, ‘Power and Regionalism in Latin America’, by Laura Gomez-Mera, Bulletin of Latin American Research, 34:3, pp.429-430, July 2015.
  3. GL Gardini, ‘1913. The World before the Great War’, by Charles Emmerson, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 27:1, pp. 202-203, March 2014.
  4. GL Gardini, ‘The Politics of Modern Central America’, by Fabrice Lehoucq, International Development Planning Review, 36:4, pp. 512-513, 2014 (commissioned).
  5. GL Gardini, ‘Bolivia. Unresolved tensions. Past and present’, by John Crabtree e Lawrence Whitehead (eds.), Ricerche di Storia Politica, June-July 2010, No. 1.
  6. GL Gardini, ‘The United States and Latin America after the Cold War’, by Russell C. Crandall, International Affairs, May 2009, 85:3, pp. 661-662.
  7. GL Gardini, ‘Forgotten Continent. The Battle for Latin America’s Soul’, by Michael Reid, The Journal of International Development, October 2008, 20:7, pp. 984-985.
  8. GL Gardini, ‘Trade Negotiations in Latin America. Problems and Prospects’, by D. Tussie (Ed.), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, July 2004, 17:2, pp. 393-395.

 

Policy papers and analyses

 

1.      GL Gardini, ‘The EU-Latin America Summit: strong emphasis on business links’, JLT World Risk Review, 13 March 2013.

2.      GL Gardini, ‘The Venezuelan crystal ball: a game of possible scenarios’, JLT World Risk Review, 11 March 2013.

3.      GL Gardini, ‘The Pacific Alliance: Promising if…’, JLT World Risk Review, 11 March 2013.

4.      GL Gardini, ‘“Citizen’s Revolution” to continue in Ecuador’, JLT World Risk Review, 20 February 2013.

5.      GL Gardini, ‘2012 Venezuela elections: Will Chavez’s 4th mandate bring moderation or radicalization?’, JLT World Risk Review, 25 October 2012.

6.      GL Gardini, ‘2012 Mexico election: The return of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI)’, JLT World Risk Review, 23 October 2012.

7.      GL Gardini ‘The First EU-CELAC Summit: Its context and organisation’ (In Spanish), Report to the Chilean Foreign Ministry, 3 October 2012.

8.      GL Gardini ‘Latin America in 2012: Elections and Summits’, JLT World Risk Review, 25 January 2012.

9.      GL  Gardini,  ‘Latin  American  Foreign  Policies:  A  Framework  for  Strategic  Analysis,  Oxford Analytica, December 2011.

 

 

Other pieces and contributions

 

  1. GL Gardini, ‘Introduction’ to special issue ‘Latin American Responses to the Rise of Brazil’, in Bulletin of Latin American Research (BLAR), 35:1, January 2016, pp. 3-4.
  2. GL Gardini and A Ayuso, ‘EU-Latin America and Caribbean Inter-regional Relations: complexity and change’ Atlantic Future Working Paper No. 26, November 2015, EU open access policy, online.
  3. GL Gardini (interview with), ‘Towards Modular Regionalism’, Author in the spotlight, Brazilian Institute of International Relations, June 2015, Online: http://www.ibri-rbpi.org/?p=13507
  4. GL Gardini, ‘How to make sense of 21st Century Regionalism in Latin America’, Brazilian Institute of International Relations, June 2015, Online: http://www.ibri-rbpi.org/?p=13518&
  5. GL Gardini, ‘Latin America and the Re-centering of Global Power’, e-International Relations, 5th July 2013, Online: http://www.e-ir.info/2013/07/05/latin-america-and-the-re-centering-of-global-power/
  6. GL Gardini, ‘The added value of the Pacific Alliance and “modular regionalism” in Latin America’, Horizonte, LSE IDEAS Blog, 25 June 2013, Online: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/ideas/2013/06/the-added-value-of-the-pacific-alliance-and-modular-regionalism-in-latin-america/
  7. GL Gardini (interview with), ‘The Pacific Alliance’, Global Insider special section, World Politics Review, 27 November 2012. Online: http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/trend-lines/12525/global-insider-pacific-alliance-is-set-on-a-promising-path
  8. GL Gardini, ‘The Aftermath of the Venezuelan Presidential Elections 2012’ (in Italian), Affari Internazionali, 24 October 2012.
  9. GL Gardini, ‘Latin America’s International Projection: Trends and Trajectories for 2012’, e-International Relations, 29th March 2012, online: http://www.e-ir.info/2012/03/29/latin-americas-international-projection-trends-and-trajectories-for-2012/
  10. GL Gardini ‘Latin American Trading Blocs between Reality and Utopia’, in GL Gardini (Ed) ‘Latin American Trading Blocs: Reality and Utopia’, Integration & Trade, 15:33, July-December 2011, pp. 103-106.
  1. GL Gardini, ‘Many Americas, too many Solutions?’, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Contribution to the project Regional Readings of Global Order/Disorder, March 2011: http://www.munkschool.utoronto.ca/share/Gardini_paper-Bath.pdf

  1. A. Cento Bull and GL Gardini, ‘Introduction’, in A. Cento Bull and Gian Luca Gardini, FORUM: Italy: Reformers Without Reforms?’, Modern Italy, November 2010, 15:4, pp. 485-486.
  2. A. Cento Bull and GL Gardini, ‘Conclusion’, in FORUM: Italy: Reformers Without Reforms?’, Modern Italy, November 2010, 15:4, pp. 497-499.
  3. GL Gardini, ‘Parlasur: Between Political Dilemmas and Demographic Constraints’ (in Italian), Politica Internazionale, 23, special issue July 2009, pp. 209-212.
  4. GL Gardini, ‘Towards a New Cold War?’ (in Italian), Affari Internazionali, 24 September 2008.
  5. GL Gardini, ‘The Andean Crisis: Neither a Farce nor a Tragedy’ (in Italian), Affari Internazionali, 20 March 2008.
  6. GL Gardini, ‘A Regional Parliament for Mercosur’ (in Italian), Affari Internazionali, 2 August 2007.
  7. GL Gardini, ‘Mercosur’s External Agenda’ (in Italian), Affari Internazionali, 29 May 2007.
  8. GL Gardini, ‘Four reasons why Italy should care for Latin America’ (in Italian), Governareper, March 2006.
  9. GL Gardini, ‘Mercosur: Problems and Prospects’ (in Italian), working paper, Centre of Latin American Studies, University of Trieste, May 2006.
  10. GL Gardini, ‘Critical Investigations on Integration in South America: Hidden Past, Uncertain Present and Controversial Future’, editor’s comment, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, October 2005, 18:3, pp. 403-404.
  11. GL Gardini, ‘Introduction to the Renewal of the South Atlantic Relationship: Prospects for the Future’, editor’s comment, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, October 2004, 17:3, pp. 521-522.
  12. GL Gardini, ‘The Impact of Nationalism on the International Order’ (in Spanish), El Periódico del CEID, April-June 2003, 3:9, Buenos Aires.