Publications | Power and Ideas

Ariel Ahram / Patrick Köllner / Rudra Sil

Comparative Area Studies: What It Is, What It Can Do

in: Ariel Ahram / Patrick Köllner / Rudra Sil (eds.), Comparative Area Studies: Methodological Rationales and Cross-Regional Applications, New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming

Ariel Ahram / Patrick Köllner / Rudra Sil (eds.)

Comparative Area Studies: Methodological Rationales and Cross Regional Applications

New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming

Markus Fraundorfer

Global power shifts and transnational law. A case study of Brazil and the human right to health

in: Francis Snyder / Yi Lu (eds.), The EU, the USA, China and the BRICS, Brussels: Bruylant, forthcoming

Cord Jakobeit / Robert Kappel / Ulrich Mückenberger (eds.)

Transnationale Normbildungsnetzwerke

Baden-Baden: Nomos, forthcoming

Patrick Köllner

The European Union as ‘a Partner of First Order Importance’ for New Zealand

in: Robert G. Patman / Iati Iati (eds.), New Zealand and the World, Singapore: World Scientific, forthcoming

Tobias Lenz / Kai Striebinger

Vergleichender Regionalismus

in: Simon Koschut (ed.), Regionen und Regionalismus in den Internationalen Beziehungen, Wiesbaden: Springer VS Verlag, forthcoming

Tobias Lenz / Lora Viola

Legitimacy and Institutional Change in International Organizations: A Cognitive Approach

Review of International Studies, forthcoming

Johannes Plagemann / Nicola Nymalm

Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses

International Studies Review, forthcoming

Miriam Prys-Hansen / Kristina Hahn / Malte Lellmann / Milan Röseler

Contestation in reverse: The UNFCCC and climate finance

in: Matthew Stephen / Michael Zürn (eds.), Contested World Orders, forthcoming

Joachim Betz / Daniel Neff

Social Policy Diffusion in South Asia

Journal of Asian Public Policy, 10, 2017, 1, 25-39

Sebastian Biba / Heike Holbig

China in the G20: A Narrow Corridor for Sino–European Cooperation

GIGA Focus Asia, 02/2017

Benzi Daniele / Ximena Zapata

Good-Bye Che? Scope, Identity, and Change in Cuba’s South–South Cooperation

in: Isaline Bergamaschi / Phoebe Moore / Arlene Beth Tickner (eds.), South-South Cooperation Beyond the Myths: Rising Donors, New Aid Practices?, London/New York/Melbourne: Palgrave Mcmillan, 2017

Sandra Destradi

India's Reluctant Approach to R2P: Lessons from Perilous Interventions

Global Responsibility to Protect, 9, 2017, 2, 229-236

Sandra Destradi

Rising Powers in World Politics

in: (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2017

Sandra Destradi

Reluctance in international politics: A conceptualization

European Journal of International Relations, 23, 2017, 2, 315-340

Daniel Dückers

The Agenda 2030: Less Than the Minimum

GIGA Focus Global, 03/2017

Hannes Ebert / Tim Maurer

The impact of cybersecurity on international relations

OUPblog, 2017

Hannes Ebert / Tim Maurer

Cyber Security

in: Patrick James (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, New York: Oxford University Press, 2017

Hannes Ebert

In Modi’s Might? Maintenance Processes and Prospects for De-escalation in the India-Pakistan Rivalry, 1997-2015

in: Mischa Hansel / Raphaёlle Khan / Mélissa Levaillant (eds.), Theorizing Indian Foreign Policy, London: Routledge, 2017, 112-135

Daniel Flemes / Hannes Ebert

Bound to Change: German Foreign Policy in the Networked Order

Rising Powers Quarterly, 2, 2017, 1, 251-269

Henner Fürtig

Qatar’s Relations with Iran: More Tactical Than Strategic

GIGA Focus Middle East, 04/2017

Jens Heibach

Die verhinderte Führungsmacht Saudi-Arabien

inamo, 90, 2017, 23

Jens Heibach

Saudi Arabia's War in Yemen: No Exit Strategy

GIGA Focus Middle East, 02/2017

Liesbet Hooghe / Gary Marks / Tobias Lenz / Jeanine Bezuijen / Besir Ceka / Svet Derderyan

Measuring International Authority: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance, Volume III

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017

Robert Kappel

Germany's New Africa Policy – In Need of a Departure

GIGA Focus Africa, 01/2017

Markus A. Kirchschlager

Mediation in the Yemen Conflict: Strengthening Regional Actors

GIGA Focus Middle East, 01/2017

Tim Maurer / Hannes Ebert

What to Read: International Relations in Cyber Security

Lawfare, 2017

Amrita Narlikar

Globalisierung neu aushandeln

in: Wolfgang Ischinger / Dirk Messner (eds.), Deutschlands Neue Verantwortung, Berlin: Econ, 2017, 94-95

Amrita Narlikar

The Real Power of the G-20

Foreign Affairs, online, 2017

Detlef Nolte

Lateinamerika

in: Simon Koschut (ed.), Regionen und Regionalismus in den Internationalen Beziehungen. Eine Einführung, Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, 2017, 127-144

Detlef Nolte

Die intraamerikanischen Beziehungen

in: Thomas Jäger (ed.), Die Außenpolitik der USA. Eine Einführung, Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, 2017, 259-276

Pedro Seabra

Stretching the Limits? Strengths and Pitfalls of South Atlantic Security Regionalism

Contexto Internacional, 39, 2017, 2, 305-327

Georg Strüver

China’s Partnership Diplomacy: International Alignment Based on Interests or Ideology

Chinese Journal of International Politics, 10, 2017, 1, 31-65

Anna Sunik

The UAE: From Junior Partner to Regional Power

GIGA Focus Middle East, 06/2017

Leslie Wehner / Detlef Nolte

Role Theory and Geopolitical Thinking in South America

in: Marcial A. G. Suarez / Rafael Duarte Villa / Brigitte Weiffen (eds.), Power Dynamics and Regional Security in Latin America, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2017, 101-120

Pascal Abb / Sarah Finkensiep

Taiwan und die Transpazifische Partnerschaft: ein steiniger Weg

in: Deutsch-Chinesische Gesellschaft e.V. (ed.), Taiwan in Bewegung, Berlin: Deutsch-Chinesische Gesellschaft, 2016, 23-34

Pascal Abb

China’s new think tank diplomacy

in: Jérôme Doyon / François Godement / Angela Stanzel / Abigaël Vasselier (eds.), A hundred think tanks bloom in China, London: ECFR, 2016, 5-7

André Bank

Regionales System und Machtbalance

Informationen zur politischen Bildung: Naher Osten, 331, 2016, 54-67

Philip Cunliffe / Kai Michael Kenkel

Rising powers and intervention: contested norms and shifts in global order

Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 29, 2016, 6, 807-811

Francesco Duina / Tobias Lenz

Regionalism and diffusion revisited: From final design towards stages of decision-making

Review of International Studies, 42, 2016, 4, 773-797

Hannes Ebert

India's Germany Policy since 1947: An Entrepreneurial Partnership

in: Sumit Ganguly (ed.), Engaging the World: Indian Foreign Policy Since 1947, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2016, 271-300

Hannes Ebert

Great Powers, Military Supremacy, and Persistent Contestation

in: Ishtiaq Ahmad / Adnan Rafiq (eds.), Pakistan's Democratic Transition: Change and Persistence, London: Routledge, 2016

Adriana Erthal Abdenur / Frank Mattheis / Pedro Seabra

An ocean for the Global South: Brazil and the zone of peace and cooperation in the South Atlantic

Cambridge Review of International Affairs, online first, 2016, 1-19

Daniel Flemes / Hannes Ebert

The contested use of force in Germany's new foreign policy

E-International Relations, 2016

Daniel Flemes / Rafael Castro

Institutional Contestation: Colombia in the Pacific Alliance

Bulletin of Latin American Research, 35, 2016, 1, 53-69

Daniel Flemes / Hannes Ebert

New German Foreign Policy: Networks above Alliances

GIGA Focus Global, 03/2016

Jorge Garzón

Multipolarity and the future of economic regionalism

International Theory, online first, 2016, 1-35

Lena Giesbert / Birte Pfeiffer / Simone Schotte

Economic Partnership Agreements with the EU: Trade-Offs for Africa

GIGA Focus Africa, 07/2016

Kai Hebel / Tobias Lenz

The Identity/Policy Nexus in European Foreign Policy

Journal of European Public Policy, 23, 2016, 4, 473-49

Anne Marie Hoffmann

South America's Neoliberal Turnaround: The End for Regional Social Policy

GIGA Focus Latin America, 06/2016

Anja Jetschke

Regionalisierung im politikwissenschaftlichen Vergleich

in: Gero Erdmann / Marianne Kneuer / Hans-Joachim Laut / Gert Pickel (eds.), Handbuch für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag fuer Sozialwissenschaften, 2016, 915-929

Robert Kappel

„Auf dem Nullpunkt“

ipg-journal, 2016

Robert Kappel

German New Africa Policy: Time for a Change?

in: Geert Castryck / Silke Strickrodt / Katja Werthmann (eds.), Sources and Methods for African History and Culture: Essays in Honour of Adam Jones, Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2016, 629-650

Kai Michael Kenkel / Philip Cunliffe

Rebels or aspirants: Rising powers, normative contestation and intervention

in: Kai Michael Kenkel / Philip Cunliffe (eds.), Brazil as a Rising Power: Intervention Norms and the Contestation of Global Order, Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2016, 1-20

Kai Michael Kenkel / Marcelle Trote Martins

Emerging Powers and the Notion of International Responsibility: moral duty or shifting goalpost?

Brazilian Political Science Review, 10, 2016, 1, 1-27

Kai Michael Kenkel

An Emerging Power in Decline: Brazil’s Global Presence in Crisis

GIGA Focus Latin America, 02/2016

Kai Michael Kenkel / Cristina G. Stefan

Brazil and the Responsibility While Protecting Initiative: Norms and the Timing of Diplomatic Support

Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, 22, 2016, 1, 41-58

Kai Michael Kenkel

Review of 'Brazil on the Global Stage: Power, Ideas, and the Liberal International Order'

Perspectives on Politics, 14, 2016, 4, 1277-1278

Kai Michael Kenkel

Peace and the Emerging Countries: India, Brazil, South Africa

in: Oliver P. Richmond / Sandra Pogodda / Jasmin Ramovic (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Disciplinary and Regional Approaches to Peace, London/New York/Melbourne: Palgrave Mcmillan, 2016, 376-386

Kai Michael Kenkel / Philip Cunliffe (eds.)

Brazil as a Rising Power: Intervention Norms and the Contestation of Global Order

Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2016

Tobias Lenz / Alexandr Burilkov

Institutional pioneers in world politics: Regional institution building and the influence of the European Union

European Journal of International Relations, online first, 2016, 1-27

Tobias Lenz / Gary Marks

Regional Institutional Design: Delegation and Pooling

in: Tanja Börzel / Thomas Risse (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, 513-537

Amrita Narlikar / Johannes Plagemann

Making the Most of Germany’s Strategic Partnerships: A Five-Point Proposal

GIGA Focus Global, 06/2016

Detlef Nolte

Regional Governance from a Comparative Perspective

in: Víctor M. González-Sánchez (ed.), Economy, Politics and Governance Challenges, New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2016, 1-16

Detlef Nolte

The Pacific Alliance: Nation-Branding through Regional Organisations

GIGA Focus Latin America, 04/2016

Detlef Nolte / Nicolás Matías Comini

UNASUR: Regional Pluralism as a Strategic Outcome

Contexto Internacional, 38, 2016, 2, 545-565

Detlef Nolte / Pascal Abb / Henner Fürtig / Robert Kappel

Donald Trump and the Foreign Policy Legacy of Barack Obama

GIGA Focus Global, 07/2016

Martin Paldam / Erich Gundlach

Jumps into democracy: The transition in the Polity Index

Economics Working Papers, 5, 2016, 1-28

Luis Leandro Schenoni

Regional Power Transitions: Lessons from the Southern Cone

GIGA Working Paper, No. 293, October 2016

Pedro Seabra

Defence cooperation between Brazil and Namibia: Enduring ties across the South Atlantic

South African Journal of International Affairs, 23, 2016, 1, 89-106

Pedro Seabra

Construtivismo e Segurança

in: Raquel Duque / Diogo Noivo / Teresa de Almeida e Silva (eds.), Segurança Contemporânea, Lisboa: Pactor, 2016, 41-54

Pedro Seabra

Brazil as a Security Actor in Africa: Reckoning and Challenges Ahead

GIGA Focus Latin America, 07/2016

Maren Wagner

Social Emergence in International Relations: Institutional Dynamics in East Asia

London/New York/Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016

Thorsten Wojczewski

India in the World Order: Many Partners, No Allies

GIGA Focus Asia, 06/2016

Pascal Abb / Patrick Köllner

Foreign Policy Think Tanks in China and Japan: Characteristics, Current Profile, and the Case of Collective Self-Defense

International Journal: Canada's journal of global policy analysis, 70, 2015, 4, 593–612

Pascal Abb

China's Foreign Policy Think Tanks: Institutional Evolution and Changing Roles

Journal of Contemporary China, 24, 2015, 93, 531-553

Pascal Abb / Georg Strüver

Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations

Issues & Studies, 51, 2015, 4, 33-83

Pascal Abb / Georg Strüver

Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations

GIGA Working Paper, No. 268, March 2015

Ishtiaq Ahmad / Hannes Ebert

Breaking the Equilibrium? New Leaders and Old Structures in the India-Pakistan Rivalry

Asian Affairs: An American Review, 42, 2015, 1, 46-75

Joachim Betz

Umbruch in der Entwicklungsfinanzierung?

Aus Poliitik und Zeitgeschichte, 65, 2015, 7-9, 23-29

Joachim Betz / Daniel Neff / Johannes Plagemann

Indien unter Premierminister Modi: Wandel mit Hindernissen

GIGA Focus Asia, 03/2015

Joachim Betz / Babette Never

Kollektive Selbstblockade? Weshalb der Pariser Klimagipfel scheitert

GIGA Focus Global, 01/2015

Joachim Betz

Umbruch in der Entwicklungsfinanzierung?

Aus Poliitik und Zeitgeschichte, 65, 2015, 7-9, 23-29

Joachim Betz / Babette Never

Collective Self-Blockade? Why the UN Climate Conference in Paris Could Fail

GIGA Focus International Edition English, 04/2015

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