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Mos, M. (TBD). The Strategic Use of Ambiguous Norms: Contesting LGBT Rights in Lithuania. Under review.
Mos, M. (TBD). The International Politics of Homophobia: Explaining Constitutional Bans on Same-Sex Marriage in Post-Communist Europe. Under review.
Mos, M. (Forthcoming). The Fateful Faithful? LGBTI Rights and the Growth of the Christian Right in the European Union. In E. A. Andersen & H. De Vries-Jordan (Eds.), The Limits of Success? The Politics of Marriage Equality. Under contract with the University of Kansas Press.
Mos, M. (Forthcoming). Diverting Linguistic Diversity: The Politics of Multilingualism in the European Parliament. In K. Strani (Ed.). Multilingualism and Politics: Revisiting Multilingual Citizenship. Under contract with Palgrave Macmillan.
Mos, M. (2020). Ambiguity and Interpretive Politics in the Crisis of European Values: Evidence from Hungary. East European Politics, Online First. DOI: 10.1080/21599165.2020.1724965.
Mos, M. (2018). The Fight of the Christian Right in Europe: Old Whines in New Bottles. European Journal of Politics and Gender, 1(3), 325-343. DOI: 10.1332/251510818X15395100277595.
Mos, M. (2014). Of Gay Rights and Christmas Ornaments: The Political History of Sexual Orientation Non-discrimination in the Treaty of Amsterdam. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 52(3), 632–649.
Mos, M. (2013). Conflicted Normative Power Europe: The European Union and Sexual Minority Rights. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 9(1), 78–93. URL
Scott-Smith, G., & Mos, M. (2009). Democracy Promotion and the New Public Diplomacy. In I. Parmar, L. B. Miller, & M. Ledwidge (Eds.), New Directions in US Foreign Policy (pp. 225–240). Abingdon: Routledge. URL
"Vooral oorsprong van 'Nashville' is verontrustend voor progressief Nederland,'" 10 January 2019, De Volkskrant. Online here.
"The Party Politics of International Norms"
"Savvy 'Savages'?: Agency and the Standard of Civilization"
"The OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities: Emasculated after EU Enlargement?"
"Pride of Place: The Politics of Pride Marches"