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Some may argue that they might be complementary in that decolonial approaches could ideally create more space for political debates within which decentring approaches could then advance pragmatic improvements and induce gradual evolutions towards systemic change. There is however no guarantee that this would happen, especially if decentring and post/decolonial agendas continue to be conflated. While decentring may lead to a more legitimate and effective EU foreign policy, it may also not diminish or may even reinforce the coloniality of EU power. Thus, rather than ‘decentring Europe’, we ought to move towards decolonial futures that truly prioritize the democratic struggle against colonial continuities.
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decolonization, decentring, European Union, Borrell

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Orbie, Jan, et al. “Editorial: Decolonizing Rather than Decentring ‘Europe.’” EUROPEAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS REVIEW, vol. 28, no. 1, 2023, pp. 1–8, doi:10.54648/eerr2023001.
APA
Orbie, J., Alcazar III, A. S. M., Bougrea, A., Nagy, S., Oleart, A., Paz, J. C., … Wodzka, I. (2023). Editorial: Decolonizing rather than decentring “Europe.” https://doi.org/10.54648/eerr2023001
Chicago author-date
Orbie, Jan, Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III, Anissa Bougrea, Szilvia Nagy, Alvaro Oleart, Jonalyn C. Paz, Rahel W. Sebhatu, Tiffany G. Williams, and Izabella Wodzka. 2023. “Editorial: Decolonizing Rather than Decentring ‘Europe.’” EUROPEAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS REVIEW. https://doi.org/10.54648/eerr2023001.
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Orbie, Jan, Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III, Anissa Bougrea, Szilvia Nagy, Alvaro Oleart, Jonalyn C. Paz, Rahel W. Sebhatu, Tiffany G. Williams, and Izabella Wodzka. 2023. “Editorial: Decolonizing Rather than Decentring ‘Europe.’” EUROPEAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS REVIEW. doi:10.54648/eerr2023001.
Vancouver
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Orbie J, Alcazar III ASM, Bougrea A, Nagy S, Oleart A, Paz JC, et al. Editorial: Decolonizing rather than decentring “Europe.” Vol. 28, EUROPEAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS REVIEW. 2023. p. 1–8.
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J. Orbie et al., “Editorial: Decolonizing rather than decentring ‘Europe,’” EUROPEAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS REVIEW, vol. 28, no. 1. pp. 1–8, 2023.
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