Open Access Publications

Co-operation, Contestation and Complexity in Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform
Nadine Ansorg / Eleanor Gordon

Co-operation, Contestation and Complexity in Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 13, 2019, 1, 2-24

Veto Players in Post-Conflict DDR Programs: Evidence From Nepal and the DRC
Nadine Ansorg / Julia Strasheim

Veto Players in Post-Conflict DDR Programs: Evidence From Nepal and the DRC

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 13, 2019, 1, 112-130

Hana Attia / Julia Grauvogel

Easier In Than Out: The Protracted Process of Ending Sanctions

GIGA Focus Global, 05/2019

From climate migration to Anthropocene mobilities: shifting the debate
Andrew Baldwin / Christiane Fröhlich / Delf Rothe

From climate migration to Anthropocene mobilities: shifting the debate

Mobilities, 14, 2019, 3, 289-297

Religious discrimination and religious armed conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: an obvious relationship?
Matthias Basedau / Johanna Schaefer-Kehnert

Religious discrimination and religious armed conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: an obvious relationship?

Religion, State and Society, 47, 2019, 1, 30-47

Matthias Basedau

Progress Overlooked: The Case for More "Afropositivism"

GIGA Focus Africa, 02/2019

Fraser Cameron

The European Union's New Rival – China

GIGA Focus Asia, 07/2019

Guilherme Casarões / Daniel Flemes

Brazil First, Climate Last: Bolsonaro's Foreign Policy

GIGA Focus Latin America, 05/2019

Rafael Castro / Tobias Lenz

The Lima Summit: A Trial by Fire for the Pacific Alliance

GIGA Focus Latin America, 04/2019

Introduction: absorbing the four methodological disruptions in democratization research?
Michael Coppedge / David Kuehn

Introduction: absorbing the four methodological disruptions in democratization research?

Democratization, 26, 2019, 1, 1-20

Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a preregistered meta-analysis of coordinated trials
Thad Dunning / Guy Grossman / Macartan Humphreys / Susan D. Hyde / Craig McIntosh / Gareth Nellis / Claire L. Adida / Eric Arias / Clara Bicalho / Taylor C. Boas / Mark T. Buntaine / Simon Chauchard / Anirvan Chowdhury / Jessica Gottlieb / F. Daniel Hidalgo / Marcus Holmlund / Ryan Jablonski / Eric Kramon / Horacio Larreguy / Malte Lierl / John Marshall / Gwyneth McClendon / Marcus A. Melo / Daniel L. Nielson / Paula M. Pickering / Melina R. Platas / Pablo Querubín / Pia Raffler / Neelanjan Sircar

Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a preregistered meta-analysis of coordinated trials

Science Advances, 05, 2019, 07

ViEWS: A political violence early-warning system
Håvard Hegre / Marie Allansson / Matthias Basedau / Michael Colaresi / Mihai Croicu / Hanne Fjelde / Frederick Hoyles / Lisa Hultman / Stina Högbladh / Remco Jansen / Naima Mouhleb / Sayyed Auwn Muhammad / Desirée Nilsson / Håvard Mokleiv Nygård / Gudlaug Olafsdottir / Kristina Petrova / David Randahl / Espen Geelmuyden Rød / Gerald Schneider / Nina von Uexkull / Jonas Vestby

ViEWS: A political violence early-warning system

Journal of Peace Research, 56, 2019, 2, 155-174

‘We were forgotten’: explaining ethnic voting in Bolivia’s highlands and lowlands
Aline-Sophia Hirseland / Oliver Strijbis

‘We were forgotten’: explaining ethnic voting in Bolivia’s highlands and lowlands

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45, 2019, 11, 2006-2025

¿Una nueve Cuba en gestación? Política y Sociedad en la era post-Castro
Bert Hoffmann

¿Una nueve Cuba en gestación? Política y Sociedad en la era post-Castro

in: Francesc Fàbregues / Oriol Farrés (eds.), Anuario Internacional CIDOB 2019, CIDOB , 2019, 242-249

Patrick Köllner

Walking a Tightrope: New Zealand Revises Its China Policy

GIGA Focus Asia, 04/2019

David Kuehn / Tanja Eschenauer-Engler / Aurel Croissant

The Military Determines the Outcome of Mass Protests

GIGA Focus Global, 04/2019

The limits of peace in Latin America
Sabine Kurtenbach

The limits of peace in Latin America

Peacebuilding, 7, 2019, 3, 283-296

Judicial Reform – A Neglected Dimension of SSR in El Salvador
Sabine Kurtenbach

Judicial Reform – A Neglected Dimension of SSR in El Salvador

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 13, 2019, 1, 57-74

Sabine Kurtenbach

Venezuela – Elections Alone Are Not Enough

GIGA Focus Latin America, 01/2019

Tabea Lakemann / Christian von Soest

Ten Things to Watch in Africa in 2019

GIGA Focus Africa, 01/2019

Mariana Llanos / Jayane Maia

Argentina 2019: Broken Economy, Strengthened Democracy

GIGA Focus Latin America, 06/2019

International migration and universal healthcare access: evidence from Mexico’s ‘Seguro Popular’
Ana Isabel López García / Pedro P. Orraca-Romano

International migration and universal healthcare access: evidence from Mexico’s ‘Seguro Popular’

Oxford Development Studies, 47, 2019, 2, 171-187

Islamization by Secular Ruling Parties: The Case of Bangladesh
Jasmin Lorch

Islamization by Secular Ruling Parties: The Case of Bangladesh

Politics and Religion, 12, 2019, 2, 257-282

Sangeeta Mahapatra / Johannes Plagemann

Polarisation and Politicisation: The Social Media Strategies of Indian Political Parties

GIGA Focus Asia, 03/2019

Les élections présidentielles de 2019 au Sénégal ou la lente ascension des nouvelles générations
Laurence Marfaing / Dirk Kohnert

Les élections présidentielles de 2019 au Sénégal ou la lente ascension des nouvelles générations

Canadian Journal of African Studies, 53, 2019, 2, 355-366

Dakar ville moderne: la médiation des entrepreneurs sénégalais en Chine
Laurence Marfaing

Dakar ville moderne: la médiation des entrepreneurs sénégalais en Chine

Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue canadienne des études africaines, 53, 2019, 1, 89-107

Lo bueno, lo malo, lo feo y lo necesario: pasado, presente y futuro del regionalismo Latinoamericano
Detlef Nolte

Lo bueno, lo malo, lo feo y lo necesario: pasado, presente y futuro del regionalismo Latinoamericano

Revista uruguaya de ciencia política, 28, 2019, 1, 131-156

Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses
Nicola Nymalm / Johannes Plagemann

Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses

International Studies Review, 21, 2019, 1, 12–37

Luicy Pedroza

AMLO's First 100 Days: Mixed Signals

GIGA Focus Latin America, 02/2019

Populism and Foreign Policy: The Case of India
Johannes Plagemann / Sandra Destradi

Populism and Foreign Policy: The Case of India

Foreign Policy Analysis, 15, 2019, 2, 283-301

Miriam Prys-Hansen

Elections in India: A Litmus Test for Global Climate Policy

GIGA Focus Global, 02/2019

The effects of energy price changes: heterogeneous welfare impacts and energy poverty in Indonesia
Sebastian Renner / Jann Lay / Michael Schleicher

The effects of energy price changes: heterogeneous welfare impacts and energy poverty in Indonesia

Environment and Development Economics, 24, 2019, 2, 180-200

A transdisciplinary approach to identifying transboundary tipping points in a contentious area: experiences from across the Jordan river region
Juan Miguel Rodriguez Lopez / Katja Tielbörger / Cornelia Claus / Christiane Fröhlich / Marc Gramberger / Jürgen Scheffran

A transdisciplinary approach to identifying transboundary tipping points in a contentious area: experiences from across the Jordan river region

Sustainability, 11, 2019, 4, 1184

Saskia P. Ruth-Lovell

The Side Effects of Courting the People – Populists and Liberal Democracy

GIGA Focus Latin America, 03/2019

India after the 2014 general elections: BJP dominance and the crisis of the third party system
Arjan H. Schakel / Chanchal Kumar Sharma / Wilfried Swenden

India after the 2014 general elections: BJP dominance and the crisis of the third party system

Regional & Federal Studies, 2019, 329-354

Yun Schüler-Zhou

China Drives Global Competition for Electric Vehicles

GIGA Focus Asia, 08/2019

Hakkı Taş

The Gülenists in Exile: Reviving the Movement as a Diaspora

GIGA Focus Middle East, 03/2019

Peter Woeste

The World – an Old-Age Home

GIGA Focus Africa, 04/2019

Identity and world order in India’s post-Cold War foreign policy discourse
Thorsten Wojczewski

Identity and world order in India’s post-Cold War foreign policy discourse

Third World Quarterly, 40, 2019, 1, 180-198

Gender and the EU's Support for Security Sector Reform in Fragile Contexts
Nadine Ansorg / Toni Haastrup

Gender and the EU's Support for Security Sector Reform in Fragile Contexts

Journal of Common Market Studies, 56, 2018, 5, 1127-1143

The DRC is still in crisis but there is a way out
Nadine Ansorg

The DRC is still in crisis but there is a way out

The Conversation, 2018

André Bank / Christiane Fröhlich

Forced Migration in the Global South: Reorienting the Debate

GIGA Focus Global, 03/2018

Do expectations on oil discoveries affect civil unrest? Micro-level evidence from Mali
Matthias Basedau / Siri Aas Rustad / Elise Must

Do expectations on oil discoveries affect civil unrest? Micro-level evidence from Mali

Cogent Social Sciences, 4, 2018, 1

Deterring to Lead? Nuclear Crises, Non-State Proxies, and India’s Regional Leadership
Nicolas Blarel / Hannes Ebert

Deterring to Lead? Nuclear Crises, Non-State Proxies, and India’s Regional Leadership

Rising Powers Quarterly, 3, 2018, 1, 45-63

Elite Investments in Party Institutionalization in New Democracies: A Two-Dimensional Approach
Nicole Bolleyer / Saskia P. Ruth

Elite Investments in Party Institutionalization in New Democracies: A Two-Dimensional Approach

The Journal of Politics, 80, 2018, 1, 288-302

Migration
Michael Brzoska / Jürgen Oßenbrügge / Christiane Fröhlich / Jürgen Scheffran

Migration

in: Hans von Storch / Insa Meinke / Martin Claussen (eds.), Hamburger Klimabericht - Wissen über Klima, Klimawandel und Auswirkungen in Hamburg, Berlin: Springer Spektrum, 2018, 209-224

Mass Protests and the Military
Aurel Croissant / David Kuehn / Tanja Eschenauer

Mass Protests and the Military

Journal of Democracy, 29, 2018, 3, 141-155

Alexander De Juan / Michael Schiess

Breadbasket and Conflict Zones: Land Investments in the Republic of Sudan

GIGA Focus Middle East, 02/2018

Reluctant powers? Rising powers’ contributions to regional crisis management
Sandra Destradi

Reluctant powers? Rising powers’ contributions to regional crisis management

Third World Quarterly, 39, 2018, 12, 2222-2239

© Reuters / Tayrone Siu
Sandra Destradi / Detlef Nolte / Miriam Prys-Hansen

Regional Powers Still Matter!

GIGA Focus Global, 02/2018

Land-use change in oil palm dominated tropical landscapes: an agent-based model to explore ecological and socio-economic trade-offs
Claudia Dislich / Elisabeth Hettig / Jan Salecker / Johannes Heinonen / Jann Lay / Katrin M. Meyer / Kerstin Wiegand / Suria Tarigan

Land-use change in oil palm dominated tropical landscapes: an agent-based model to explore ecological and socio-economic trade-offs

PLOS ONE, 2018

Non-contributory social transfer programs in developing countries: A new dataset and research agenda
Marina Dodlova / Anna Giolbas / Jann Lay

Non-contributory social transfer programs in developing countries: A new dataset and research agenda

Data in Brief, 16, 2018, 51-64

Rethinking Regional Leadership in the Global Disorder
Hannes Ebert / Daniel Flemes

Rethinking Regional Leadership in the Global Disorder

Rising Powers Quarterly, 3, 2018, 1, 7-23

BRAZIL-ELECTION, BOLSONARO
Daniel Flemes

Brazil’s Elections: Nationalist Populism on the Rise

GIGA Focus Latin America, 05/2018

Christiane Fröhlich

Shrinking Spaces of Humanitarian ­Protection

GIGA Focus Middle East, 06/2018

Henner Fürtig

Presidential Elections in Egypt: More Referendum than True Ballot

GIGA Focus Middle East, 01/2018

Elecciones, posacuerdo y transición en Colombia
Viviana García Pinzón

Elecciones, posacuerdo y transición en Colombia

Iberoamericana, 18, 2018, 69, 243-248

Why Choice Matters: Revisiting and Comparing Measures of Democracy
Heiko Giebler / Saskia P. Ruth / Dag Tanneberg

Why Choice Matters: Revisiting and Comparing Measures of Democracy

Politics and Governance, 6, 2018, 1, 1-10

Sanktionen als Instrument der Konfliktbearbeitung
Julia Grauvogel / Christian von Soest

Sanktionen als Instrument der Konfliktbearbeitung

Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, 2018

The Lack of Political Space of the Eritrean Diaspora in the Arab Gulf and Sudan: Torn Between an Autocratic Home and Authoritarian Hosts
Nicole Hirt / Abdulkader Saleh Mohammad

The Lack of Political Space of the Eritrean Diaspora in the Arab Gulf and Sudan: Torn Between an Autocratic Home and Authoritarian Hosts

Mashriq & Mahjar: Journal of Middle East and North African Migration Studies , 5, 2018, 1, 101-126

Bert Hoffmann

Cuba after Raúl: Pressure for Reforms Remains High

GIGA Focus Latin America, 02/2018

Raphaëlle Khan / Patrick Köllner

Foreign Policy Think Tanks in India: New Actors, Divergent Profiles

GIGA Focus Asia, 01/2018

Understanding the relation between war economies and post-war crime
Sabine Kurtenbach / Angelika Rettberg

Understanding the relation between war economies and post-war crime

Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal, 3, 2018, 1 (Special Issue: War economies and post-war crime), 1-8

Sabine Kurtenbach / Adam Scharpf

The Return of the Military

GIGA Focus Latin America, 07/2018

Sabine Kurtenbach

Changing the Status Quo – Youths as Actors for Peace

GIGA Focus Global, 01/2018

Book Review: Sy, Amadou (2018), Africa through an Economic Lens
Tabea Lakemann

Book Review: Sy, Amadou (2018), Africa through an Economic Lens

Africa Spectrum, 53, 2018, 2, 139-141

Bertram Lang / Heike Holbig

Civil Society Work in China: Trade-Offs and Opportunities for European NGOs

GIGA Focus Asia, 06/2018

Determinants of foreign land acquisitions in low- and middle-income countries
Jann Lay / Kerstin Nolte

Determinants of foreign land acquisitions in low- and middle-income countries

Journal of Economic Geography, 18, 2018, 1, 59-86

Jann Lay / Christian von Soest

Ten Things to Watch in Africa in 2018

GIGA Focus Africa, 01/2018

Micro-econometric and Micro-Macro Linked Models: Sequential Macro-Micro Modelling with Behavioral Microsimulations
Jann Lay

Micro-econometric and Micro-Macro Linked Models: Sequential Macro-Micro Modelling with Behavioral Microsimulations

in: Christian Henning / Ousmane Badiane / Eva Krampe (eds.), Development Policies and Policy Processes in Africa: Modeling and Evaluation, Cham: Springer, 2018, 117-136

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