Paper Archive - Stockholm Conference 2010

Paper title Corresponding Author Institution
'Solidarity and Sovereignty - The Two-Dimensional Game of Swedish Security Policy' Magnus Christiansson Swedish National Defence College
"In the long run we are all dead": Confronting the Transitory Nature of Industrial Society Joerg Friedrichs University of Oxford
"My father died for a good cause down there ..." - Popular Culture Discourse on Germany's Responsibility to Protect Afghanistan Philipp Offermann Goethe-University Frankfurt
"On Colonial Mimicry: France, Security and the Governance of Postcolonial Suspect Communities" Adam Sandor University of Ottawa
"Sons-of-the-Soil" and Local Insurgencies: Assessing the Impact of Migration on Civil Conflicts in Northeast India Using the UCDP Geo-Coded Events Data Erika Forsberg Uppsala University
"Who’s Minding the Ore? The World Bank and New Mining Regimes: the Case of the Philippines" Pascale Hatcher Graduate School of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University
(De)Constructing a “Sustainable” Biofuel Aaron Leopold Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
A Bakhtinian approach to EU-Turkey relations Johanna Nykänen Finnish Institute of International Affairs
A Comparative Analysis of Administrative Innovations. Fabrizio De Francesco Department of Political Science, University of Zurich
A CPE of Crisis Recovery: The Role of States in Re-Imagining Post-Crisis, Post-Neoliberal Futures Bob Jessop Lancaster University
A Crisis of Transition: Geopolitical Causes and Impacts of the Global Downturn. The Rise and Demise of "Chimerica" Stefan Schmalz University of Kassel
A Cultural Political Economy of Crisis Management: the Turn to ‘BRIC’ and the Case of China Ngai-Ling Sum Lancaster University
A disciplinary history of a discursive seduction Helle Palu University of Tampere
A Global Network of Courts among Common Law Juristdictions with Regard to Refugee Rights Heike Brabandt University of Bremen
A Leader without Followers? The Growing Divergence between the Regional and Global Performance of Brazilian Foreign Policy Andres Malamud University of Lisbon
A Methodology for the Calculation of the Global Economic Costs of Conflict Olaf de Groot German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
A Modified Poulantzasian Perspective on Geopolitics and Capitalism Morten Ougaard Copenhagen Busines School
A new containment policy Dr. Andreas Herberg-Rothe University of Applied Sciences Fulda
A new containment policy Dr. Andreas Herberg-Rothe University of Applied Sciences Fulda
A Norm in the Making? The Emergence of the “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P) and UN Security Council Deliberations Bastian Loges Technische Universität Braunschweig
A Nuclear Iran: Trigger for a Renewed Emphasis by the Obama Administration on the Goal of Nuclear Elimination Tom Sauer Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium)
A Nuclear Iran: Trigger for a Renewed Emphasis by the Obama Administration on the Goal of Nuclear Elimination Tom Sauer Universiteit Antwerpen
A Porous Humanitarian Shield: The Laws of War, the Red Cross, and the Killing of Civilians Margit Bussmann University of Greifswald
A Power through Trade? The European Union and Democracy Promotion in ACP States Dennis Nottebaum University of Münster
A security actor under construction: Inputs from the Lisbon Treaty Ana Paula Brandao University of Minho
A World Free of Nuclear Weapons? 2. Nonproliferation and Engagement: Iran and North Korea Should Not Let the Opportunity Slip by Heinz Gärtner Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip)
‘’Governance without government - causes for the Latvian meltdown 2002-2008’’ Veiko Spolitis University of Helsinki/Riga Stradins University
‘Gender-ing’ the Palette: how are gender concerns crucial to conflict resolution and peacebuilding? Andrea Edoardo Varisco -
‘States are people too’: Abjection, security, and the HIV-positive migrant Philippe Mamadou Frowd McMaster University
“Conflict Beyond Borders” – Typologizing Transnational Armed Conflict Michael Fürstenberg Technische Universität Braunschweig
“Going Transnational” – The Activities of Transnational Rebels in Neighbouring Countries Michael Fürstenberg Technische Universität Braunschweig
“Speedy cars, perky women, champagne and striptease bars”. Neo-liberal masculinity in crisis? Birgit Sauer University of Vienna
“Why don’t they listen?” Micro and Macro-Perspectives on the Success and Failure of Warnings about Intra-State Conflict Christoph Meyer King's College London
Accounting for foreign policy change: the role of policy entrepreneurs Spyros Blavoukos Athens University of Economics and Business
Adding citizenship to the analytical puzzle: bringing back the political to post-armed conflict statebuilding? Marisa Borges CES/University of Coimbra
Agency, Injury and Transgressive Politics in Neoliberal Times Sumi Madhok London School of Economics
alliance of alliances Jean-christophe ROMER University strasbourg and IRSEM
An Alternative from the Left: Turkish Case ozgur usenmez Marmara university
An Obituary for the Third Way: The Financial Crisis and Social Democracy in Europe Magnus Ryner Oxford Brookes University
Analyzing regional security governance: The example of the Organization of American States Britta Weiffen University of Konstanz
Applying erotetic to the complex causal paths of apologies in American diplomacy Jeremie Cornut Universite du Quebec a Montreal
Are Economic Sanctions a Substitute for the Use of Force? T. Clifton Morgan Rice University
Arms acquisition methods by non-state actors and the dynamics of intrastate armed conflict Nils Duquet Flemish Peace Institute
Artistic Resistance at the US-Mexico Border: From Chicano Art to Tactical Media Marie-Chantal Locas University of Ottawa
Atlantic Unity and the Crisis of the 1970s Julian Germann York University
Battle of the Banlieues: Resisting the Secure Christopher Leite University of Ottawa
Becoming in Time and Space Felix Berenskoetter SOAS
Becoming Whosoever: Re-examining Pauline Universalism Mika Ojakangas University of Jyväskylä
Before "World Opinion": "Public Opinion" and Political Community before the Twentieth Century Hans-Martin Jaeger Carleton University
Benchmarking Global Governance. Democratic or (Just) Legitimate? Ingo Take University of Greifswald
Better be sure to know it: Standards and authority in the global political economy of services Jean-Christophe Graz Université de Lausanne
Between Legal Positivism and Natural Law: Idolising Law and Obfuscating Politics in International Law and the Chilcot Iraq Inquiry Robert Barnidge University of Reading
Beyond carrots and sticks Michele Knodt TU Darmstadt
Beyond post-development: postcolonial perspectives on 'development' Aram Ziai University of Hamburg
Beyond Rationalist Explanations: Strategic Economic Discourse and the EU’s ‘Global Europe’ Trade Strategy Gabriel Siles Brugge University of Sheffield
Beyond the end of wars and conflict freezing: looking for conflict resolution Fabio Fossati Dispes, Univ. of Trieste (I)
Beyond the Technical Problems of Multidimensional Peacekeeping: The Disconnect Between the Peacebuilding Norm and United Nations Operations Jibecke Joensson European University Institute
Biofuels in Germany – Historical Trends and Impact Factors Set Course for Prospective Design of Policies Felix Kaup Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Biopolitical Governance in an ‘Age of Anxiety’? Civil Defense, Internal Policing, and the American State Andrew Grossman Albion College
Black Sea Synergy: looking at the sea…..from the shore. An appraisal of EU policy towards the Black Sea Region three years after Ion Berindan Babes-Bolyai University
Bologna or Potemkin village? Higher Education Institutions as part of the modernisation process in Russia. René Lenz Universität Erfurt
Borrowed Power: Debt Finance and the Resort to Arms Branislav Slantchev UC San Diego
BRICs, EU & the Global South: G20, EU27 & global development in the second decade of the 21st century timothy shaw IIR @ UWI
Bringing “the part of those who have no part” back in: The Democratic Spectral Politics of the Global Justice Movement Hiroyuki Tosa Kobe University
Bringing Discourse to the Market: The Case of REDD Benjamin Stephan University of Hamburg
Bringing Russia closer to the core: EU's strategic partnership approach Luis Blanco Bielefeld University
Bringing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly into the Peace Fold: The Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces after the Lomé Peace Agreement Mimmi Soderberg Kovacs Uppsala University
Bureaucratic Leadership: The Missing Link to Understanding IO Influence? Steffen Bauer German Development Institute
Business, Boycott & Bureaucracy: The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme and the Global Quest for Conflict-Free Diamonds Holger Meyer The University of Georgia
Business, Human Rights and Marginalised Groups: Consultations as a Form of Democratic Participation in the Work of the UN? Lisbeth Segerlund Södertörn University
C.a.s.e. Collective II: Critical Approaches to Security: resistance, emancipation, tactics. c.a.s.e. Collective University of Geneva
Can the Bundeswehr Learn to “Eat Soup With a Knife?“ Assessing German Counterinsurgency Operations in Afghanistan Robin Schroeder University of Kiel
Catching the Flu: Early Warning Systems for Detecting Pandemic Outbreaks Stefan Elbe University of Sussex
Ceylon Tigers: The Creation and Radicalization of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) Christine Sixta Rinehart Francis Marion University
Challenges of European External Energy Governance with Emerging Powers: Meeting Tiger, Dragon, Lion and Jaguar. Michèle Knodt TU Darmstadt
Changing observations and descriptions of Germany`s foreign policy Christoph Weller University of Augsburg
Changing Role of Actors in Global Economic Governance Martina Jiránková University of Economics in Prague
China's Rise and International Law: Strengthening or Weakening a Fundamental Institution? Pablo Pareja-Alcaraz Universitat Pompeu Fabra
China’s Sovereign Wealth Funds: Problem or Panacea? Qingxiu Bu School of Law Queen's University Belfast
Civil Society Strategies to Democratize Anders Uhlin Lund University
Climate Change as a driver of security culture Michael Brzoska IFSH
Coding political (non) violent conflict processes in quantitative studies Ricardo Sousa International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), EUR
Competing Social Forces and Hegemonic Projects, An Analysis of Turkish Integration into European Structures Elif Uzgoren University of Nottingham
Competitive Liberalisation Jan Sindt Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fuer Sozialforschung
Constructing the US experience: Investigating the emblematic role of early pollution trading in climate governance Richard Lane University of Sussex
Contested post-neoliberal strategies. The “agrofuels project” – a key to the solution of the energy, environmental and economic crises? Ulrich Brand University of Vienna
Corporate contributions to global governance through corporate social responsibility: the UN Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative Josep Ibáñez Pompeu Fabra University
Corporate contributions to global governance through corporate social responsibility: the UN Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative Laura Albareda Boston College
Cosmopolitan Politicization? — Relating Public Perceptions of Interdependence and Expectations in International Institutions Matthias Ecker-Ehrhardt Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)
Cosmopolitanism, Emancipation and Critical Security Studies Chris Brown LSE
Crafting European Security: The Practice of Diplomacy and EU Integration Mai'a Cross University of Southern California
Credit Crisis of the State - What role did the media play? Sonja Juko University of Frankfurt / Main
Crisification and the Landsbanki saga Petter Narby Lund University
Criteria for the Synthesis of Theories Elisabeth Schoendorf German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Critical Infrastructures and the Biopolitics of Resilience Christopher Zebrowski Keele University
Cross-Border Movements in North America (and Europe) pre- and post 9/11 Heike Brabandt University of Bremen
Cubicle Land - on the sociology of internationalized rule klaus schlichte schlichte University of Magdeburg
Cultural (Re-)Turns in Critical (International) Political Economy Bob Jessop Lancaster University
Cultural Political Economy of Crisis Recovery: (Trans-)National Imaginaries of “BRIC” Ngai-Ling Sum Lancaster University
Current EU Common Security and Defence Policy and Euro-Atlantic Relations: A French View Katerina Cmakalova University of Economics, Prague
Dancing spatialities around a geopolitical continuity: the Silk Road Igor Filibi University of the Basque Country
Dark clouds, no silver lining? Re-conceptualising the global governance of energy and climate change Hannes R. Stephan Keele University
Deciding over life to give death. A biopolitical, postcolonial and cultural analysis of Latin American governmentality Nelson Arteaga Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales. Universidad Aut�
DEEP INTEGRATION IN EU FTAs Peter Holmes University of Sussex
Defining concepts in political science: building the boundaries between governance, order and anarchy Fabio Fossati Dispes, Univ. of Trieste (I)
Democracy promotion vs. state-building? The theory and the practice of decentralization in the Democratic Republic of Congo Cristina Barrios FRIDE
Democracy Promotion, Empowerment & Self-Determination. Conflicting objectives in US and German policies towards Bolivia Jonas Wolff Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)
Democracy promotion: a conceptual problem Hans Agné Stockholm university, Swedish Institute of International Affairs
Democracy, Security and Energy: De-constructing the Russian-EU Relationship Doris Wydra University of Salzburg
Democratic Legitimacy of Judicial Review Beyond the State Andreas von Staden University of St. Gallen
Democratisation vs. State-Building. The Case of Georgia after Rose Revolution Nino Chkoidze University of Giessen
Demographic Factors and the Propensity for Violence during Armed Conflicts: Voices of Survivors Megumi Nishimura Ritsumeikan University
Depoliticization through partnership in the field of migration: the Mexico–US case Rahel Kunz Université de Lausanne
Detaching "Emerging" from "Power": Brazil and India at the WTO Mini-Ministerial in 2008 Laura Carsten Ruhr University of Bochum
Disaggregating Democracy and the Legitimization of Functionally Fragmented Governance beyond the State Dawid Friedrich Leuphana University of Lüneburg
Disaggregating Democracy and the Legitimization of Functionally Fragmented Governance beyond the State Christoph Humrich Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
Disasters, riots and political violence in India - A spatiotemporal analysis Rune Slettebak NTNU & CSCW, PRIO
Division of Labor within Institutional Complexes and the Evolution of Interlocking Structures of International Governance: Thomas Gehring University of Bamberg
Does The Internationalization of Governance Politicize Domestic Debate? Testing Competing Explanations of Politicization Using Party Manifestos Matthias Ecker-Ehrhardt Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)
Doing Political Theory in a Globalized World: Some Theoretical and Methodological Concerns Hassan Bashir Texas A&M at Qatar
Economic Adjustment to the Crisis in the Baltic States in Comparative Perspective Vytautas Kuokštis Institute of International Relations and Political Science,
Economic Crisis as a Crisis of Political System of the World Marina Lebedeva Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Economic Governance in the EU and Context of the Economic and Financial Crisis Josef Bic UEP Prague
Endogenizing Power-Sharing After Ethnonationalist Civil War Julian Wucherpfennig ETH Zürich
Enter the Dragon! An Empirical Analysis of Chinese versus US Arms Transfers to Autocrats and Violators of Human Rights, 1989–2006 Indra de Soysa NTNU
Escaping Security: Norden as a Source of Ontological Certainty Christopher Browning University of Warwick
ESDP and NATO Institutional, functional and issue overlapping: Debate on Turkey Aleksandar Roncevic Faculty of Political Science, Belgrade, Serbia
Ethical Power Europe? Assessing possible future Hanna Tuominen University of Helsinki
Ethnic conflict or civil peace: the contribution of ethnic associations Andrea Schlenker University of Lucerne
EU Foreign Policy and the Challenge of Public Diplomacy Mai'a Cross University of Southern California
EU´s External Policy towards Eastern Europe on Migration Issues. Breaking New Ground in International Relations? Bernhard Zeilinger Institute for Advanced Studies
Eurojust’s Fledgling Counterterrorism Role Oldrich Bures Metropolitan University Prague
Europe’s Others: Cosmopolitan Europeans or Partisans of Fortress Europe? Andrea Schlenker Luzern University
European Integration vs. Sovereignty: Do Small Nation States Tend to Be More Eurosceptic? - Case Study of Denmark. Radim Srsen Jan Masaryk Center of International Studies
European Union and African Union Security Relations Glen Segell London Security Policy Study
European Union as anchor in the democratization process od Central-Eastern Europe countires after 2007 Fabio Fossati Dispes, Univ of Trieste (I)
Evaluating the conflict-reducing effect of UN peacekeeping operations Lisa Hultman Swedish National Defence College
Explaining Variation in Grants by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Statistical Insights from a Principal-Agent Perspective Patrick Theiner Trinity College Dublin
Explaining Variation in UN Humanitarian Intervention Martin Binder WZB Social Science Research Center Berlin
Externalization of Cross-Pillar Approach: the EU-Maghreb Case Veronica Martins Sciences-Po Paris (CEE)
Factors Producing Coalitions in the EU Council Negotiations with Different Heterogeneity of the Member States' Policy Preferences Ilze Ruse Salzburg University
Feminist Perspectives in Cultural Political Economy: The Case of Decent Work Felix Hauf Goethe University, Frankfurt
Financial Crises as Catalysts for Regional Integration? Sebastian/ Daniel Krapohl/ Rempe University of Bamberg
Financial Crisis in Discourse: Banks, Financial Markets and Political Responses Doris Fuchs Westfälische Wilhelms-Universtät Münster
Financial Crisis: Obstacle or New Impulse in Southern Cone Petr Holas University of Economics, Prague
Financial Goods and Governance: The Complexity of Financial Goods and Regulatory design Travis Selmier, II Indiana University
Financing Terrorism Elspeth Guild Radboud University Nijmegen
Foreign Policy Consequences: Integrating Insights from Structural Theorizing into Foreign Policy Analysis Dirk Peters Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
Foreign policy of Sweden concerning the Ukraine Anastasiya Shevchenko Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Free Movement as Citizenship Practice: The ECJ’s Litigation on Free Movement and the Emergence of European Citizenship Dawid Friedrich Leuphana University of Lüneburg
Friend or Foe? Shedding light on the Interorganizational Relationship between the EU and the Council of Europe Marina Kolb Institute for Advanced Studies Vienna
From ASEAN to ASEAN+3 Sebastian / Axel Krapohl / Obermeier University of Bamberg
From economic rationality to climate politics as investment: An analysis of the discourse on financing mitigation and adaptation Simon Wolf University of Kassel
From national to cosmopolitan: the blueprint of space in citizenship Marisa Borges CES/University of Coimbra
From Public to Private and Back Again? Perspectives and Propositions on the Reallocation of Political Authority in Financial Governance Andreas Kruck LMU Munich
Gender, human security and violence: Uruguayan case Virginia Delisante ISCSP / ORT
Gendered empowerment: The construction of transnational political spaces between Chicago and Michoacán Stephanie Schütze Freie Universität Berlin
Getting from Social Practices to Ethical Practices Cornelia Navari University of Buckingham
Getting Real? The International Role of the Euro after the Financial Crisis Hubert Zimmermann Marburg University
Global Climate Change Justice: From Rawls’s Law of Peoples to Honneth’s conditions of freedom Shannon Brincat University of Helsinki
Global Democracy without Global Justice? Why a Procedural Account is Flawed Klaus Dingwerth Universität Bremen
Global Energy Security: Resource Availability, Economic Conditions and Political Constraints Dag Harald Claes University of Oslo
Global Governance of Migration and the Migrant Rights Movement Sara Kalm Lund University
Global Governance, Legitimacy and Gender. UN-Business Partnerships for Women's Rights Magdalena Bexell Lund University
Global Imbalances and their Impact on Global Economic Governance (case of IMF) Pavel Hnát University of Economics, Prague
Global inequality and national responsibility Theresa Scavenius University of Copenhagen
Globalisation or Reproducing Marginalisation? A Comparative View on Brazilian and Kenyan Women’s Organizations at the World Social Forum Antje Daniel University of Bayreuth
Governance and Domestic Sovereignty - Politics of Authority in Institutionalized Uncertainty Oscar Larsson Uppsala University
Graduate Attributes and The Knowledge Society James Moir University of Abertay Dundee
Great Transformation or Politics as Usual? The Many Faces of Security Governance in Post-9/11 EU Counterterrorism Hendrik Hegemann Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, Hamburg (I
Guantánamo Bay and Renditions. Information Islands Amidst Globalization Alan Chong Nanyang Technological University
Hard men and soft law Karolina Milewicz Universities of Bern & Lucerne
Haunted by the Ghost of Willy Brandt: German Ostpolitik Reconsidered Kristian Nielsen University of Tartu
Hegemony and Regional Secrity Cooperation Galia Press-Barnathan Hebrew Universtiy of Jerusalem
Highly Structured Intergovernmental Organizations and Escalation of Low-Level Armed Domestic Conflicts to Civil Wars Jaroslav Tir University of Georgia
Historical Analogies In Foreign Policy: References To The Cold War In The Rhetoric Of United States And Russia Diana Jurgeleviciute Vilnius University
Histories of World Capitalism, Methodologies of World Labour: Rethinking Uneven Development Marcus Taylor Queen's University
Hobbes vs. Mill: Anarchy, Development, and Demobilization in the Somalian Civil War Lilli Banholzer University of Konstanz
Horizontal Inequalities and Ethno-Nationalist Civil War: A Global Comparison Lars-Erik Cederman ETH Zurich
How does one un-become a European citizens? Reflections on the Janko Rottmann case sandra mantu radboud university
How much do meta-organizations affect their members? Göran Ahrne Stockholm University
How to put the fragments together? Political integration and changing conflict lines in Burundi's post-war transition Judith Vorrath CSS, ETH Zürich
Human Security paradigms and Economic Crisis in the newly created North Caucasus federal district Tiago Ferreira Lopes Technical University of Lisbon
Humanitarianism and world politics in Kosovo: a symbiotic relationship? Andrea Edoardo Varisco -
Immigration and emigration decisions among highly skilled British expatriates in Vancouver William Harvey University of Oxford
Imperialism and anti-imperialism in Eurocentric liberal international theory Martin Hall Hall Department of Political Science, Lund Univrsity
In the labyrinth of international community: the Alliance of Civilisations programme at the United Nations Niels Lachmann University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Incentives to Kill: The Organizational Roots of One-Sided Violenc Gerald Schneider Konstanz
Inequality as an Obstacle to World Political Community and Global Social Justice Nicholas Lees University of Oxford
Informal Institutional Change: Coping with the global banking crisis in Europe Dieter Kerwer University of Munich
Innovation Indicators, Economic Development, and Geographical Variations in Finnish Local Administrative Units Teemu Makkonen University of Helsinki, Department of Geosciences and Geogra
Insurance as an instrument of government in time of war: King’s enemy risks, marine insurance, and strategy in World War I Luis Lobo-Guerrero Keele University, UK
Integrated Border Management in the European Union “Spaces of experience”, Maria Ferreira School of Social and Political Sciences
International Community v. Society: A Conceptual Analysis Hannes Peltonen Kyung Hee University
International Constraints, Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy Change in Small States: The Fall of the Danish 'Footnote Policy' Fredrik Doeser The Swedish Institute of International Affairs
International intervention, democracy promotion and goal conflicts in Kosovo and Afghanistan Jöran Hök Södertörn University Stockholm
International Organizations as Orchestrators Kenneth Abbott Arizona State University
International Political theory Then and Now: The Fate of the Middle Ground Chris Brown LSE
International Sanctions as a Tool of Global Governance? The Case of the Czech Republic Jan Martin Rolenc University of Economics, Prague
IOs as Orchestrators Duncan Snidal Universities of Chicago & Oxford
Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions: What Caused this Multilateral Headache? Ulrika Möller The Swedish Institute of International Affairs
Is Cosmopolitan Community Possible? Liberalism, Global Solidarity and the Political Viatcheslav Morozov Institute of Government and Politics, University of Tartu
Is the Central Europe Ever Going to be a Real Part of Europe? (Study on Central Europe and its various sub-regional structures as regional responses to the end of the Cold War) Zuzana Zelenická University of Economics in Prague
Is the Pen Mightier than the Sword: Do literacy rates help predict cooperation or conflict? Charles Martin-Shields American University
Is there a European alternative in the North Atlantic security community?: an approach to cultural change Niels Lachmann University of Southern Denmark
Is there really a power shift? Delegating Authority in global environmental politics Jessica Green Case Western Reserve University
Is Turkey turning its face from the West? Valeria Giannotta Catholic University of th Sacred Heart, Milano
Islamic Feminism between Regional Activism and Transnationalism Hoda Salah University of Frankfurt
Issues and Forecasting Disputes Kristian Skrede Gleditsch University of Essex
It's the hegemony, stupid! Why a sophisticated Power Transition Theory needs Liberal Hegemony Iris Wurm Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)
It's the hegemony, stupid! Why a sophisticated Power Transition Theory needs Liberal Hegemony Carsten Rauch Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)
Janus-Faced Democracy? A Fuzzy-Set Analysis of Democratic Foreign Policy and the Use of Military Force Patrick Mello Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Journalists in armed conflicts - special protection measures in international humanitarian law Hilde Farthofer University of Salzburg
Just finance? Amartya Sen’s 'The Idea of Justice' and financial regulation Daniel Mügge University of Amsterdam
Knowledge Production in Governance of Financial Markets Brigitte Young University Muenster
Land ownership and conflicts in Nigeria: Understanding the oil-fuelled grievance and greed in the Niger-delta Ndubuisi Nwokolo University of Birmingham,UK.
Leaders, wives and global governance at the G8 and G20 summits Hugo Dobson University of Sheffield
Leadership in the Eyes of the Beholders: Perceptions of Climate Change Leadership among UNFCCC Negotiation Participants Charles Parker Uppsala University
Legitimate founding of political community: The usefulness of global democracy Hans Agné Stockholm university
Les défis du « lucrum in bello » au regard de la sociologie politique de l’international Christian Olsson ULB
Lily-pad geopolitics: Romania in the 'Global War on Terror' Felix Ciuta UCL SSEES
Liquidity Lost: The Security Apparatus for Toxic Assets Paul Langley Northumbria University
Locating Climate Insecurity: Where are the Vulnerable Places in Africa? Josh Busby University of Texas
Looking for alternatives in Global Governance: why multi-level governance is not the answer for poverty reduction Sophie Harman City University
Mainstreaming Protection: Protection as a New Global Normative Order? Holger Niemann University of Duisburg-Essen
Mainstreaming Protection: Protection as a New Global Normative Order? Bastian Loges Technische Universität Braunschweig
Major Powers’ Power Transition and Small States’ Cooperation: A Structural-Dynamic Theory and Its Evidence in the Asia-Pacific Chih-Mao Tang University of Essex
Managing the Risks of Love/Love as a Risk Management Tool: Assessing the Security Governance of Marriage Migrants in the United States and Germany Anne-Marie D'Aoust University of Pennsylvania
Marrying State-building and Aid Policy: Civil Partnership or Irreconcilable Differences? Heather Marquette University of Birmingham
Mediation, local response and the limits of international engagement in Cote d'Ivoire Giulia Piccolino University of Florence
Merging Worlds: Celebrity Diplomacy in International Affairs Sandra Via Via Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Middle Ground Ethics and Human Rights in International Relations Mervyn Frost King's College, London
Mission Intrusiveness as Peacebuilders’ Leverage in Post-Conflict Democratization Processes Nora Roehner Free University Berlin
Modes of Foreign Relations and Political Economy Heide Gerstenberger University of Bremen
Money, Law, Sovereignty: Where does this crisis leave the state? Nigel Dodd London School of Economics
More mouths and less food - Climate change, resource scarcity and non-state conflicts Ralph/Erik Sundberg/Melander Dept. of Peace and Conflict Research
Narratives: Translating Culture to Action Taylan Yildiz University of Wuerzburg
NATO's pursuit of legitimacy in the 21st century: Normative dilemmas in view of global challenges Charlotte Wagnsson Swedish National Defence College
Navigating the Fog of Peace Joakim Kreutz Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala Universitet
Negotiating the Democratization of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Process Theresa Squatrito Stockholm University
Neo-corporatism reinstated? The impact of the crisis on the credibility of Baltic trade unions Charles Woolfson Linköping University
Neo-liberal State Building and Western 'Democracy Promotion': the case of Georgia Joel Lazarus University of Oxford
Neoliberal Think Tanks and the Crisis Dieter Plehwe Social Science Research Centre Berlin
Network Governance and European Security Mai'a Cross University of Southern California
Networks of Capitalist Class Power and US grand strategy Bastiaan van Apeldoorn VU University Amsterdam
Newcomers in International Organisations Simone Günther ETH Zurich
Norms and Social Hierarchies: Understanding International Policy Diffusion "From Below" Ann Towns University of Delaware / University West
Oil Crises Cooperation - Do International Institutions Matter? Vessela Chakarova Webster University - Leiden
On Gramsci and the International: A NewTextual Analysis Nicola Short York University
On the politics of economics: New Keynesian governability and the practice of inflation targeting Benjamin Braun University of Munich
One Hell of an Act: US Patriotism and the March to War After 9/11 Jennifer Sterling-Folker University of Connecticut
Opportunities and Constraints for Transnational Mobilization: Some Findings from the Cypriot, Irish & South Asian Diasporas in London Elise FERON University of Kent
Organizations as Corporate Actors in the International System Thomas Gehring University of Bamberg
Organizing finance Matilda Dahl Score
Organizing for social sustainability. Bureaucratization in meta-organizations Renita Thedvall Stockholm University
Outsourcing military training: the role of security networks in foreign military assistance Eugenio Cusumano European University Institute
Pacifying Aid: the Effects of Foreign Aid on Civil War Duration Andrea Ruggeri University of Amsterdam
Paradoxes of citizenship: the Roma, mobility and Europe Jef Huysmans The Open University (UK)
Paramilitarism in Colombia: the thin line between Jacobo Grajales CERI - Sciences Po
Participation as input-legitimacy? The ambivalent effects of multi-stakeholder governance Charlotte Dany Goethe University-Frankfurt
Participation in International Organisations and Learning Process: Early Elaborations on Turkey’s Experience at the UN Security Council Ozlem Terzi Istanbul University
Peace Media and de-securitization of post-conflict societies Sofia José Santos University of Coimbra
Peace-Building and Democracy Promotion in Afghanistan: The APRP and Reconciliation with the Taliban Marissa Quie The University of Cambridge
Peacekeeping and the Contagion of Armed Conflict Kyle Beardsley Emory University
Peer to Peer Production: Revolution or Subjectivation? Phoebe Moore Salford
Pictorial Theories of Global Politics Olaf Corry University of Copenhagen
Planting the Seeds for Change Inside? Functional Cooperation with Authoritarian Regimes and Socialization into Democratic Governance Tina Freyburg ETH Zurich
Policing Mars or Venus? Felix Heiduk Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
Political Being in Securitised Sites: Everyday Acts of Citizenship Xavier Guillaume University of Geneva
Political leadership change: A theoretical assessment using a human capital's "learning by doing" model Miguel Rocha de Sousa Universidade de Évora and NICPRI-UE
Political violence in the North Caucasus: a political sociology approach Jean-François Ratelle University of Ottawa
Polyarchy in Anarchy: Institutions of political competition and participation, and the initiation and escalation of international conflict Benjamin Goldsmith University of Sydney
Postcolonial cosmopolitanism: making place for nationalism Rahul Rao School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
Power in Security Governance Formation. East Asia and the case of securing maritime trade Torsten Geise German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA)
Practicing Financial Governance in Historical Perspective: Do the G20 Regulatory Initiatives lead to a Genuine Reform of the Financial System Joelle Dumouchel University of Toronto
Pre- and Postwar Attitudes towards Ethnic Exclusionism in the Balkans: A Comparison Karin Dyrstad Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Precedent on International Courts: A Network Analysis of Case Citations by the European Court of Human Rights Yonatan Lupu University of California - San Diego
Preconditions of Democracy. The impact of Social Capital and Communist Legacies Norma Osterberg-Kaufmann Humboldt University Berlin/ BGSS
Prevention and anticipation – Pre-crime approach to EU internal security policy Artur Gruszczak Jagiellonian University in Krakow
Preventive Arms Control in Space: Breaking the Deadlock Max M. Mutschler University of Tübingen
Primordialism, Humanitarianism, or a Quest for Justice: Citizens’ Support for International Tribunals after Civil Wars Megumi Nishimura Ritsumeikan University
Private security companies in anti-piracy operations Nis Leerskov Mathiesen Risk Intelligence
Privatization Coalitions, Strategic Decisions and Ideational Discourses: The Use of Private Military and Security Companies in Zones of Conflict Andreas Kruck LMU Munich
Problems of Competing and Asymmetric Regimes in Global Environmental Governance Regimes Ulrich Brand University of Vienna
Prospects for renewable energy in South Africa: Mobilising the Private Sector Anna Pegels German Development Institute
Reconsidering the Transnationalisation of the States from a Postcolonial Perspective Anna Kraemer Goethe-University Frankfurt
Reconstructing Identities in the Course of Transnational Peace Mobilizations: the Impact of the Israel/Palestine Conflict and the Ethnicization of French Jews Brigitte Beauzamy University of Warwick
Refighting Ameroica's Vietnam War and confronting the paradox of imperial consent Mark Rupert Syracuse University
Regional Security and Global Norms in South America and Southeast Asia Sybille Reinke de Buitrago IFSH & GIGA
Regulating Carbon Markets Markus Lederer University of Potsdam
Religion and Armed Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1990 to 2008 – Results from a New Database Matthias Basedau GIGA
Removing the F.I.G.* Leaf: The Politics of International Banking Travis Selmier, II Indiana University
Reshaping the Hegemony: The Trilateralist Approach of the Carter Administration Fulvio Drago University of Florence
Resource Nationalism as a Characteristic of the Klare’s New Energy and Foreign Policy Paradigm Lenka Kovacovska University of Economics, Prague
Respect, Disrespect, and Cooperative Attitudes in Foreign Policy REinhard Wolf Goethe University
Rethinking world society and cosmopolitanism in International Relations. Theoretical Approeaches and Political Models Caterina García Segura Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Rivals for Revenue: State Building as a Product of Ruler and Rebel Conflict Cameron Thies University of Iowa
Roles, Identities and Threat Perceptions: The Case of Russo-Ukrainian Relations, 2004-2010 Javier Morales Carlos III University of Madrid
Russia and Europe: Opportunities and Practical Realizations Oksana V. Goncharova Russian Academy of Public Administration under President of Russian Federation
Russia's and Turkey's attitudes towards the EU in the light of the role theory Vít Beneš Institute of International Relations, Prague
Russia’s and the U. S. Unilateralism in the Wake of Multilateral Global Order: Theory and Practice Yuriy Nadtochey Moscow University for the Humanities
Russophobia in Poland? National Fears and the Effects on EU Relations with the Russian Federation Raymond Taras Malmö University
s Unipolarity Just a Moment Xiangfeng Yang USC
Saving the Paradox – On the Potentials and Pitfalls of Theory Synthesis ac beyer uni hull
Searching for Status in All the Right Places Thomas Volgy University of Arizona
Security and the anatomy of value Jonathan Herington The Australian National University
Security of the European Union in Contemporary World: Human Security and its Implication for the European Integration Process Zbynek Dubsky Jan Masaryk Center of International Studies
Security, Dialogic Ethics and the Problems of Reasonableness, Responsibility and Self-Referentiality Christoph Humrich Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
Security, Technology and Control: Repositioning Securitisation Theory for the Information Society Jonathan Bright European University Institute
Securitzation and 'Riskization': Two Grammars of Security Olaf Corry University of Cambridge
Should States Have a Legal Right to Reputation? Applying the Rationales of Defamation Law to the International Arena Elad Peled University of Haifa
Social constructivist comparative study of security communities: EU, ASEAN and a hypothetical India-Pakistan security community Muhammad Pervez Leiden University
Social Cosmology, Diplomatics and International Society Peter Wilson LSE
Social Reproduction and Unfree Labour in Global Political Economy Lucy Ferguson University of Sheffield
Society and Friendship in the Language of the Early Modern International Politics Evgeny Roshchin University of Jyvaskyla
South Africa and Deep Integration in North South Relations Claar Simone Goethe University Frankfurt
South Africa and the political economy of postcolonial Africa: emerging markets or increased marginalisation? Stefan Andreasson Queen's University Belfast
Splitting a Nation: European Identity-building in Ukraine Doris Wydra Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies
Standards at the Workplace: Trade Unions' Involvement in the European Standardisation Bodies Christophe Hauert University of Lausanne
State Centric not only in its Findings - How the Securitization Framework is still held Hostage by Methodological Nationalism Jörn Richert Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
State Socialization and Structural Realism Cameron Thies University of Iowa
State-builidng in DR Congo and Somalia: lessons from the field Morten Bøås Fafo
State–society relations in the Far East and Sub-Saharan Africa: Conceptualizing the effects of globalization Istvan Benczes Corvinus University of Budapest
Steering toward Climate Tyranny? Mark Fliegauf University of Cambridge
Stigmatization by humanization: The uses of human security and the social construction of the insecurity of IDPs in Colombia Diogo Dario University of St Andrews
Still Building Social Europe through the Open Method of Coordination? Caroline de la Porte University of Southern Denmark
Strategic narratives and self-fulfilling prophecies: towards a political science of performativity Ben Rosamond University of Warwick
Strategic Narratives of War: Fear of Entrapment and Abandonment During Protracted Conflict Laura Roselle Elon University/Duke University
Structural causes of civil conflict: using fs/QCA to improve civil war prediction Eelco van der Maat Vanderbilt University
Structural Constraints to the Rise of East Asia: The Implications of Foreign Ownership and the Export-Led Growth Model Sean Starrs York University
Struggle for the Common EU Energy Policy on the Example of Supply Diversification Routes Olga Khrushcheva Nottingham Trent University
Surviving the Crises: The Changing Patterns of Space Cooperation among the United States, Russia, Europe, and China Sheng-Chih Wang Free University of Berlin
System and Society in Sub-Sahara Africa: The English School in Terre Incognita? James Hentz VMI
Taking Actors Seriously. What can an actor-based analysis tell us about determinants of international financial regulation? Roman Goldbach Georg-August-University Göttingen
Taming the Revisionist State Benjamin Miller University of Haifa
Tax Havens: Politics, Market and Democracy Ana Raposo Ferreira Technical University of Lisbon
Technologies for Adaptation to Climate Change Fariborz Zelli German Development Institute
Teheran's Umbrella: Extended Deterrence and the Challenge of Proliferation Daniel Moran Naval Postgraduate School
The Ambivalent Nature of the Global Restructuring of the Coffee Industry: The Case of Women in Kenya Zoe Pflaeger University of Birmingham
The Appeal of the Project of Global Constitutionalism to Public International Lawyers Christine Schwoebel Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies
The AU-UN Civilian Protection Partnership in Darfur and the Notion of Co-dependency Linnea Bergholm Gothenburg University
The Autoimmunitarian Effects of Preventive States of Exception. A Biopolitical Point of View Gonzalo Velasco Arias Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
The Beat of Visions Hardy Hanappi TU Vienne
The Bottom Billion and Climate Change Halvard Buhaug PRIO
The Brazilian biodiesel-program - a socially acceptable approach in biofuel production? Esther Laabs Humboldt University Berlin
The concept of competition and its (re)politicisation as a result of the economic crisis Bartosz Michalski University of Wroclaw
The Concept of Issue Salience in Foreign Policy Analysis: Delineating the Scope Conditions of Theoretical Approaches in the Field Kai Oppermann University of Sussex
The Concept of Law and International Society Sten Schaumburg-Müller Aarhus University
The Credit of the State Nina Boy Peace Research Institute Oslo / Lancaster University
The currencies of carbon and the fungibility of credits in the global carbon market Philippe Descheneau University of Ottawa
The Decision Making of the International Dimension of EU Counter-Terrorism Xiana Barros European University Institute (Florence)
The Depoliticization and "ASEANization" of Human Security in Southeast Asia: ASEAN´s Counter-Terrorism and Climate Change Policies Alfred Gerstl University Vienna
The Developing World within the English School Theory Ipek Ruacan University of Birmingham
The Dialectics of Arms Control Norms and Technological Progress Elvira Rosert PRIF/Goethe University
The Discourse on Security - A Comparative Analysis Christian Mieß ...
The Domestic Preconditions for the International Diffusion of Policies and Institutions: The case of Environmental Ministries Johannes Urpelainen Department of Political Science, Columbia University
The dynamics of energy and climate governance in South Africa: Business and Government on a common road towards a low-carbon economy? Babette Never GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies
The effects of managing the crisis in Afghanistan on the future of NATO Cécile WENDLING IRSEM
The Efficacy of the International Administration’s Policy of Coerced Co-operation in Kosovo Aidan Hehir University of Westminster
The energy needs of East Asia: the impact on security and regional governance patterns Pablo Pareja-Alcaraz Universitat Pompeu Fabra
The Energy Weapon: The Oil Market as an Instrument of Policy Daniel Moran Naval Postgraduate School
The EU as an International Actor in Global Environmental Politics Marc Mühleck Universität Bamberg
The EU in the Arctic ‘Game’ - The Concert of Arctic Actors and the EU’s Newcomer Role Kathrin Keil Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies (BTS)
The European cooperation for development policies: between national interests and communitarian norms Victor Negrescu National School of Political and Administrative Studies - Bucharest, Romania
The European Narrative in Light of the Practice Turn Hannes Hansen-Magnusson University of Hamburg
The evolution of European security identity in EC / EU institutions in the (post-)Cold War period Laura Dib University of Helsinki
The Externalization of the European Comprehensive Approach: The EU-Russia Case Maria Raquel Freire University of Coimbra
The financial Crisis and the Baltic States Michele Knodt TU Darmstadt
The Financial Crisis and the Reconfiguration of the International Energetic Scenario Working paper Rosibel Ortega Universidad de Guadalajara
The Foreign Economic Policy of the EU and Japan: Establishing a New Role Model or Setting up Path Dependencies? Christoph Spieker Philipps University of Marburg
The Foreign Economic Policy of the EU and Japan: Establishing a New Role Model or Setting up Path Dependencies? Ulli Jamitzky University of Münster
The fragile authority of multi-stakeholder standard setting Kristina Tamm Hallström Score/Stockholm School of Economics
The Future of Security Studies: CSS, Ethics and Pathways for Future Research Christopher Browning University of Warwick
The global economic crisis as trigger for structural reform? Explorations in the transformation of China's growth pattern and the changing working conditions in the export industry Florian Butollo University of Franfurt
The Global Economy against Democracy Manuel Branco University of Évora
The Good, the Bad, and the Even Worse: Explaining Variation in the Effectiveness of Transnational Energy Partnerships Philipp Pattberg VU University Amsterdam
The Ideational Aspect of Coxian Critical Theory: A View from South Africa Anthony Leysens Stellenbosch University
The impact of Financial Crisis in Human Devellopment Gerson Lopes de Sousa Technical University of Lisbon
The Institutional Design of Peacekeeping Organizations: United Nations, NATO and the European Union Hylke Dijkstra Maastricht University
The International Law(s) of Regulatory Extraterritoriality: Causes and Consequences of Rule Variations Tim Gemkow Social Science Research Center Berlin
The International Political Economy of Crisis in Latvia: A Debate about the Role of the External and Internal Side Janis Berzins Riga Stradins University
The judicial class struggle in EU labour market integration: Swedish Labour Court conflicts 2004-2010 Erik Bengtsson University of Gothenburg
The Lens of Globalisation and New Labour’s Vision for the Developing World David Webber University of Warwick
The location of homophobia Rahul Rao School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
The Logics of Practicality; The Ambiguity of Practitioners Andrew Jillions LSE
The making of the good British home-owner: towards a holistic understanding of the crisis. Ben Jacoby The University of Warwick, PaIS
The Multilevel Analysis of the Suicide Terrorism Viera Kocisikova University of Economics
The New Face of the Institutions and the Role of Identity (Latin-American case) Martina Jenickova University of Economics, Prague
The new integrated European Maritime Policy.The challenges of the maritime governance in the Mediterranean Maria Kottari Montesquieu University/Panteion University
The Perils of Power-Sharing Arrangements in the Transition from Civil War to Peace and Democracy Jai Kwan Jung George Washington University
The Political Economy of Natural Resource Races Helge Hveem University of Oslo
The Politicization of International Institutions: Empirical Evidence from Global Economic Governance (by Thomas Rixen and Bernhard Zangl) Thomas Rixen Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)
The politics of not having a foreign policy Halvard Leira NUPI
The problem of exceptionalism: Law and history in modern security politics Ludvig Norman Uppsala University
The problematic practice of legislating for security Andrew Neal University of Edinburgh
The Puzzle of Transatlantic Relations: A Theory Pertti Joenniemi DIIS
The Rise of EME's Financial Market Architecture: Constituting New Roles in the Glboal Financial Governance Martina Metzger BIF
The Role of Victims in the First Trial of the International Criminal Court Aldo Zammit-Borda Trinity College Dublin
The Roman Catholic Church and European Integration: A study on the limits of Schmitt´s political theology Petr Kratochvil Institute of International Relations, Prague
The securitization of development and human (in)securities Paula Lopes University of Coimbra
The securitization of development and human (in)securities Maria Raquel Freire University of Coimbra
The Security Council and the Legitimacy of the Use of Force: Legal, Normative, and Social Aspects Matilde Perez-Herranz Pompeu Fabra University
The Sources of Organizational Autonomy: Sociological Systems Theory and Lessons from and the UN Security Council Christian Dorsch University of Bamberg, Germany
The Strategic Use of American Democracy Promotion after the Cold War: The Clinton Administration Nicolas Bouchet Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London
The Strategic Use of Normative Power Capabilities in EU-Iranian Nuclear Energy Negotiations: A Realist Perspective Chaka Ferguson Florida International University
The Subordination of European Finance John Grahl Middlesex University Business School
The Three Ages of Armaments Collaboration: Determinants of Organizational Success and Failure Sandra Eisenecker University of St Gallen
The Three Fields of Global Political Economy Heikki Patomäki University of Helsinki & RMIT University
The Transatlantic Partnership and the Liberal Quest Kari Möttölä MFA, Helsinki
The Untold Story of Risk in (Inter)National Security Jonas Hagmann Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zürich
The variability of regional powers Miriam Prys GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies
The world powers are striking back Dr. Andreas Herberg-Rothe University of Applied Sciences Fulda
The world powers are striking back Dr. Andreas Herberg-Rothe University of Applied Sciences Fulda
The World's Affluent Playground: Dubai's Architecture of Doom and the Future of Globalized Social Reproduction Tim DiMuzio University of Helsinki
The Zetas: the most dangerous violent non state actor as a social and political destabilizing and one of the principal elements in the drug war in Mexico. Phalti Murillo University of Guadalajara
Theoretical Integration in Foreign Policy Analysis Klaus Brummer University Erlangen-Nürnberg
There’s More to Life than Biopolitics: Critical Infrastructure, Resilience Planning, and Molecular Security Tom Lundborg The Swedish Institute of International Affairs
To Measure the Political Autonomy of States: Dealing with Conceptual and Methodological Difficulties Ossi Piironen University of Helsinki
To Politicize or to De-politicize: Understanding Fluctuations in Sino-Japanese Relations Björn Jerdén Swedish Institute of International Affairs
TOMORROW PEOPLE, WHERE IS YOUR PAST? Mapping of post-war national identities in new Yugoslav states Ana Ljubojevic IMT Lucca, Italy
Too close to the Edge? International Society, IOs and the Struggle for Zimbabwe Christian Brütsch University of Zurich
Tossing Initiatives: Strategic Behavior of the European Commission towards EU Council Presidencies Valentin Schröder Universität Potsdam
Totalitarianism of the Past: Surveillance and Mnemonic Technologies in Individualized forms of Governance Akos Kopper
Toward a deliberative global citizens' assembly John/ André/ Karolina Dryzek/ Bächtiger/ Milewicz ANU/ Uni. of Lucerne/ Uni. of Bern
Towards a Historical Materialist Foreign Policy Analysis Bastiaan van Apeldoorn VU University
Towards a Strong NATO Narrative: From a "Practice of Talking" to a "Practice of Doing" Trine Flockhart Danish Institute for International Studies
Tracing the Identity/Policy Nexus. Three Critical Junctures in the Evolution of European Foreign Policy Kai Hebel University of Oxford
Traitors, activism and the dissociation from the Social Democratic era: Cold War rhetoric in Danish Foreign Policy Iben Bjørnsson Bjørnsson University of Copenhagen, Dept. of History
Transforming theoretical tensions into new analytical tools: Lessons from the Arctic Annika E. Nilsson Stockholm Environment Institute
Transnational Business Actors - The Kingmakers of International Environmental Regimes? Andreas Nordang Uhre Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
Transnational meetings as locations of young people’s transnational citizenship Sofia Laine Finnish Youth Research Network / Institute of Development Studies, University of Helsinki,
Trust in International Relations Christer Pursiainen CBSS Secretariat
Trust in International Relations Angelica Matveeva Uppsala University
Turkey's Conscientious Objectors and the Contestation of European Citizenship Bahar Rumelili Koc University
Two Theoretical Perspectives on the Evolution of a Global Order Miroslav Jurasek University of Economics, Prague
UK Energy Governance Change and the 'Russian Bear' 2003-2007 Caroline Kuzemko University of Warwick
UN engagement of armed non-state actors: an argument for analytic eclecticism John Karlsrud University of Warwick
Uneven and Combined Development and the Anglo-German Prelude to WW1 Jeremy Green York University
Universal But Not Truly "Global": An Intervention in the Global Governmentality Debate Wanda Vrasti Humboldt Universitaet
Unsettling Stakeholders: Deliberative Global Governance and Problems of Democratic Agency Eva Erman Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
Unveiling the unconscious. New approaches to the explanation of Russian foreign policy behaviour vis-à-vis the West. Regina Heller IFSH
US Democracy Promotion in the Middle East - The Pursuit of Hegemony? Dionysis Markakis London School of Economics
Using network concepts of power to measure the power dynamics of emerging leaders. The case of Brazil Julia Dinkel University of Bamberg
Wallflower or Essential Constituent? The Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ Role in an Emerging International Judicial Human Rights System Kerstin Blome University Bremen
Warning as Framing: discourse competition in the European security sphere Chiara De Franco King's College London
Warnings of Intra-state Conflict and the News Media - Western Quality Press Coverage of Rwanda and Darfur Florian Otto King's College London
Weakening Your Enemy. Constituencies and the Location of Violence against Civilians in Africa, 1989-2006 Hanne Fjelde Uppsala University
Western Hegemony and Its Galactic Critic Marko Lehti Tampere Peace Research Institute, University of Tampere
What do we need to recover from economic crisis? Carla Costa Technical University of Lisbon-School of Social and Political Sciences
What is the 'Political' in International Political Theory? (second revision) Terry Nardin National University of Singapore
What's the Point of Environmental Security? Edward Page Warwick University
When 'No-Alternative' is No Longer an Alternative Tami Oren Hebrew University of Jerusalem
When Could New "Potent Small States" Emerge? A Case of the Czech Republic Stepanka Zemanova University of Economics, Prague
When do states balance power? Refining, not refuting, structural realist balance of power theory Anders Wivel University of Copenhagen
When do States Comply with International Dispute Settlement Procedures? Bernhard Zangl LMU Munich
When Global Warming Meets Economic Winter: International Climate Politics in the Repercussions of Global Financial Tsunami Hui-Yin Sung Free University of Berlin
When Turkish "greatness" meets EU values - how perceptions influence the Turkey‐EU relationship Ion Berindan Babes-Bolyai University
Where Did We Go Wrong. Can misinterpretation Of The Past Lead to Inadequate Policies? Steven Smet University of Antwerp
Who Rules CSDP? Frederic Merand Université de Montréal
Why Do Some Oil Exporters Experience Civil War But Others Do Not? A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Net Oil-Exporting Countries Thomas Richter GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies
Widened security, expanding community? On the development of EU civil protection as an emerging community of practice Niklas Bremberg Dept. of Political Science, Stockholm University
With Power comes Responsibility: Human Rights Protection in UN Sanctions Policy Monika Heupel Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)
World Society and the Expansion of the Colonization Institution into Africa John Pella, Jr. University of Bristol