Writing

Crowd of people in a Manila marketplace. Credit: NIC LAW.

From anti-imperial, decolonial and interpretive perspectives, I have written on trade, (post)development, the European Union, and world politics.

In progress

— Alcazar III, Antonio Salvador M. ‘”Not a gift for the Third World”: Re-historicising the European Economic Community’s preferential trade policy’. In: Thinking EUropean Studies Otherwise: Empire, Colonialism and Race (working title), edited by Rosalba Icaza, Beste İşleyen, Jan Orbie, and Siddharth Tripathi.

Peer-reviewed & scholarly works

— Alcazar III, Antonio Salvador M. 2024. ‘Everything but Arms: The European Commission and its Geopolitical Discourse on Preferential Trade for “the Most in Need”’. In: The EU in a globalized world, edited by Thomas Hoerber, Alexandre Bohas, and Stefano Valdemarin, 41–56. London: Routledge. [read]

— Alcazar III, Antonio Salvador M., Camille Nessel, and Jan Orbie. 2023. ‘Decolonising EU trade relations with the global souths?’. Journal of Contemporary European Research 19, no. 2: 181–206. [download]

— Orbie, Jan, Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III, Anissa Bougrea, Szilvia Nagy, Alvaro Oleart, Jonalyn C. Paz, Rahel W. Sebhatu, Tiffany G. Williams, and Izabella Wódzka. 2023. ‘Editorial: Decolonizing rather than Decentring “Europe”’, European Foreign Affairs Review 28, no. 1: 1–8. [download]

— Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III, Joshua Babcock, Freya Cumberlidge, Taraf Abu Hamdan, Szilvia Nagy, and Izabella Wódzka. 2023. Beyond the colonial vortex of the ‘West’: Subverting non-western imperialisms before and after 24 February 2022. South/South Movement. [read]

— Orbie, Jan, Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III, and Tinus Sioen. 2022. ‘A Post-Development Perspective on the EU’s Generalized Scheme of Preferences’. Politics and Governance 10, no. 1: 68–78. [download]

— Alcazar III, Antonio Salvador M. 2019. ‘Subverting the idea(l) of equal opportunity in global trade: The paradoxes of differentiation for peripheral states’Polish Political Science Yearbook 48, no. 2: 245–66. [download]

— Alcazar III, Antonio Salvador M. 2019. ‘EU as principal-orchestrator: Horizontal policy externalisation through intermediaries’Global Politics Review 5, no. 1 & 2: 67–91. [download]

Book review: Dani Rodrik, Straight Talk on Trade: Ideas for a Sane World Economy, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2018, 316 pp., World Trade Review 19, no. 3 (2020), 485–88. [download]

Book review: Erik Martinez Kuhonta, The Institutional Imperative: The Politics of Equitable Development in Southeast Asia, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011, 368 pp., Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies, no. 1 (2016), 93–5. [download]

Editing

— south/south dialogues: Beyond the colonial vortex of the ‘West’: Subverting non-western imperialisms before and after 24 February 2022. South/South Movement. 2023. In collaboration with Joshua Babcock, Freya Cumberlidge, Taraf Abu Hamdan, Szilvia Nagy, and Izabella Wódzka. [read]