Julia Grauvogel / Christian von Soest

Sanktionen als Instrument der Konfliktbearbeitung

Contribution | 2018


  • Publisher

    Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung

    URN

    http://www.bpb.de/internationales/weltweit/innerstaatliche-konflikte/269396/sanktionen-als-instrument-der-konfliktbearbeitung

    http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-58507-7

    Dr. Julia Grauvogel

    Senior Research Fellow / Research Team Spokesperson

    T. +49 (0)40 - 428 25-566julia.grauvogel@giga-hamburg.de

    Dr. Christian von Soest

    Lead Research Fellow / Head of Research Programme "Peace and Security"

    T. +49 (0)40 - 428 25-590christian.vonsoest@giga-hamburg.de


    Research Project | 01/08/2018 - 31/07/2021

    The Termination of International Sanctions: Causes, Processes and Domestic Consequences

    Sanctions termination has become a ubiquitous phenomenon in international politics. Controversies about cases such as Cuba, Iran, Russia, and Zimbabwe exemplify the contested nature of policy debates about the termination of sanctions. Yet, research has focused on sanctions’ implementation and effectiveness, directing little attention towards their removal. This project examines the causes, processes, and consequences of ending sanctions. It combines cross-national analyses based on the first global dataset on sanctions termination with in-depth case studies covering different regions.
    DFG, 2018-2021

    Prof. Dr. Susan Allen

    Prof. Dr. Thomas J. Biersteker

    Prof. Dr. Michael Brzoska

    Katja B. Kleinberg

    Research Project | 01/12/2011 - 01/12/2017

    Ineffective Sanctions? External Sanctions and the Persistence of Autocratic Regimes

    Despite various and often long-lasting international sanctions, numerous autocratic regimes such as Iran, Cuba, North Korea, Myanmar and Zimbabwe have proven to be extremely persistent. This project analyses the connection between external sanctions and persistence, taking into account especially regime-specific characteristics. With its nested research design the project closes the gap between highly aggregated quantitative analyses and individual case studies.
    Fritz Thyssen Foundation, 2011-2017

    Prof. Dr. Michael Brzoska

    Prof. T. Clifton Morgan

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Clara Portela

    Michael Wahman

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