Listenübersicht Publikationen

2021

Drieschova, Alena, and Adler, Emanuel (2021). ‘The Epistemological Challenge of Truth-Subversion to the Liberal International Order’, International Organization, (online first).

Glouftsios, Georgios, and Scheel, Stephan (2021). ‘An Inquiry into the Digitisation of Border and Migration Management: Performativity, Contestation and Heterogeneous Engineering’, Third World Quarterly, 42(1): 123–140.

Heins, Volker M. (2021). ‘Simple and Convoluted Trauma Stories’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 44(3): 424–429

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin(2021). ‘Refugee Community Organisations: Capabilities, Interactions and Limitations’, Third World Quarterly 42 (1): 181–191.

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin (2021). ‘Governing practices and strategic narrativesfor the Syrian refugee returns’, Journal of Refugee Studies.

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin, GökalpAras, Ela Nefise, and Balamir Coskun, Bezen (2021). ‘Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis’,Uluslararasi Iliskiler.

2020

Bargués-Pedreny, Pol (2020). ‘Peacebuilding without Peace? On How Pragmatism Complicates the Practice of International Intervention’, Review of International Studies, 46(2): 237–255. 

Bargués-Pedreny, Pol (2020). ‘Resilience is “Always More” than our Practices: Limits, Critiques, and Skepticism About International Intervention’, Contemporary Security Policy, 41(2): 263–286. 

Bargués-Pedreny, Pol, and Martin de Almagro, Maria (2020). ‘Prevention From Afar: Gendering Resilience and Sustaining Hope in Post-UNMIL Liberia’, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 14(3): 327–348.

Bayram, A. Burcu, and Ta, Vivian (2020). ‘Measuring Common Knowledge: Latent Semantic Analysis, Linguistic Synchrony, and Common Knowledge in International Relations’, International Relations, 34(2): 180–203.

Beaumier, Guillaume, Kalomeni, Kevin, Campbell‐Verduyn, Malcolm, Lenglet, Marc, Natile, Serena, Papin, Marielle, Rodima‐Taylor, Daivi, Silve, Arthur, and Zhang, Falin (2020). ‘Global Regulations for a Digital Economy: Between New and Old Challenges’, Global Policy, 11(4): 515–522. 

Bernards, Nick, Campbell-Verduyn, Malcolm, Rodima-Taylor, Daivi, Duberry, Jerome, DuPont, Quinn, Dimmelmeier, Andreas, Huetten, Moritz, Mahrenbach, Laura C., Porter, Tony, and Reinsberg, Bernhard (2020). ‘Interrogating Technology-led Experiments in Sustainability Governance’, Global Policy, 11(4): 523–531. 

Campbell-Verduyn, Malcolm, Hütten, Moritz, and Rodima-Taylor, Daivi (2020). ‘Technology, Small States and the Legitimacy of Digital Development: Combatting De-risking through Blockchain-based Re-risking?’, Journal of International Relations and Development, (online first).

Ecker-Ehrhardt, Matthias (2020). ‘Wie und warum kommunizieren internationale Organisationen? Zum problematischen Verhältnis von Politisierung und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit’, ZIB: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, 27(1): 37–68. 

Erikson, Susan (2020). ‘Pandemics Show Us What Goverment Is For’, Nature Human Behaviour, 4: 441–442. 

Erikson, Susan, and Johnson, Leigh (2020). ‘Will Financial Innovation Transform Pandemic Response?’, Nature Human Behaviour, 4: 441–442.  

Erikson, Susan, and McFadden, Alysha (2020). ‘How Nurses Come to Race: Racialization in Public Health Breastfeeding Promotion’, Advances in Nursing Science, 43(1): E11- E24. 

Freistein, Katja, and Fehl, Caroline (2020). ‘International Organisations and Global Stratification: Rethinking IR’s Cooperation Paradigm’, E-International Relations: 1–8.  

Freistein, Katja, and Fehl, Caroline (2020). ‘Organising Global Stratification: How International Organisations (Re)Produce Inequalities in International Society’, Global Society, 34(3): 285–303. 

Freistein, Katja, and Fehl, Caroline (2020). ‘(Un)making Global Inequalities: International Institutions in a Stratified International Society’, Journal of International Relations and Development, (online first).

Freistein, Katja, and Gadinger, Frank (2020). ‘Populist Stories of Honest men and Proud Mothers: A Visual Narrative Analysis’, Review of International Studies, 46(2): 217–236. 

Gümplová, Petra (2020). ‘Sovereignty over Natural Resources: A Normative Reinterpretation’, Global Constitutionalism, 9(1): 7–37. 

Hecht, Catherine (2020). ‘When Democratic Governance Unites and Divides: Social Status and Contestation in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’, Cooperation and Conflict, 56(1): 44-64. 

Heins, Volker M. (2020). ‘Can the Refugee Speak? Albert Hirschman and the Changing Meanings of Exile’, Thesis Eleven, 158(1): 42–57. 

Hennig-Schmidt, Heike, Wang, Jian, Iversen, Tor, and Godager, Geir (2020). ‘Are Patient-Regarding Preferences Stable? Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment with Physicians and Medical Students from Different Countries’, European Economic Review, 125: 103411. 

Holmes, Pablo, and Anastácio, Kimberly (2020). ‘Autoridada Privada Na Governança Da Internet: Regimes de nomes e domínios na América Latina’, Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais, 35(102): 1–24. 

Hui Xue, Janet, Hesselman, Christian, Grosso, Paola, Holz, Ralph, Kuipers, Fernando, Jonker, Mattijs, de Ruiter, Joeri, Sperotto, Anna, van Rijswijk-Deji, Roland, Moura, Giovane C.M., Pras, Aiko, and deLaat, Cees (2020). ‘A Responsible Internet to Increase Trust in the Digital World’, Journal of Network and Systems Management, 28(4): 882–922. 

Jetschke, Anja, and Schlipphak, Bernd (2020). ‘MILINDA: A New Dataset on United Nations-led and Non-United Nations-led Peace Operations’, Conflict Management and Peace Science, 37(5): 605–629. 

Mathieu, Xavier (2020). ‘Sovereign myths in International Relations: Sovereignty as equality and the reproduction of Eurocentric blindness’, Journal of International Political Theory 16 (3): 339–360.

Misalucha-Willoughby, Charmaine (2020). ‘Contesting the Hub‐and‐Spokes Model in Southeast Asia’, Asian Politics and Policy 12 (1): 57–70.

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin (2020). ‘Conducting Comparative Migration Research in MENA: Are the Regional Countries too Unique or too Similar for Comparisons of Refugee Policies?’, Perceptions: Journal of International Affairs 25 (1): 12–34.

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin (2020). ‘Emerging Transnational Practices and Capabilities of Syrian Refugees in Turkey’, Migration Letters 17 (1): 125–138.

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin (2020). ‘Faith-Based Actors in Şanlıurfa, Turkey: Reducing Tensions Between Host Populations and Syrian Refugee Communities’, Civil Society Review 4 (1): 76–98.

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin, and Nashwan, Ayat J. (2020). ‘Employment of Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Challenges And Opportunities’, Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work.

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin, and Nashwan, Ayat J. (2020): ‘Perceptions about the labour market integration of refugees: Evidences from Syrian refugees in Jordan’, Journal of International Migration and Integration.

Quack, Sigrid (2020). ‘From the Hope of Transcendence to Dreams of Domestication? Review Symposium On Tim Bartley's Rules without Rights: Land, Labor and Private Authority in the Global Economy’, Socio-Economic Review 18 (1): 295–308.

Schapper, Andrea, Scheper, Christian, and Unrau, Christine (2020). ‘The material politics of damming water: An introduction’, Sustainable Development 28 (2): 393–395.

Schapper, Andrea, Unrau, Christine, and Killoh, Sarah (2020). ‘Social mobilization against large hydroelectric dams: A comparison of Ethiopia, Brazil, and Panama’Sustainable Development 28 (2): 413–423.

Scheel, Stephan (2020). ‘Biopolitical bordering: Enacting populations as intelligible objects of government’, European Journal of Social Theory 23 (4): 571–590.

Scheel, Stephan (2020). ‘Reconfiguring Desecuritization: Contesting Expert Knowledge in the Securitization of Migration’, Geopolitics.

Scheel, Stephan, and Grommé, Francisca (2020). ‘Doing statistics, enacting the nation: The performative powers of categories’, Nations and Nationalism 26 (3): 576–593.

Scheel, Stephan, Grommé, Francisca, Ruppert, Evelyn, Ustek-Spilda, Funda, Cakici, Baki, Takala, Ville (2020). ‘Doing a transversal method: developing an ethics of care in a collaborative research project’, Global Networks 20 (3): 522–543.

Scheel, Stephan, Ruppert, Evelyn, Cakici, Baki (2020). ‘Peopling Europe through Data Practices: Introduction to the Special Issue’, Science, Technology and Human Values 45 (2): 199–211.

Schneider, Nina (2020). ‘Bolsonaro in Power: Failed Memory Politics in Post-Authoritarian Brazil?’, Modern Languages Open (1): 1–11.

Scholte, Jan Aart (2020). ‘After Liberal Global Democracy: New Methodology for New Praxis’, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 13 (1): 67–92.

Sconfienza, Umberto Mario (2020). ‘Incomplete Ecological Futures’, World Futures 76 (1): 17–38.

Sconfienza, Umberto Mario (2020). ‘Limits: Why Malthus Was Wrong and Why Environmentalists Should Care by Giorgos Kallis. Review’, Environmental Politics 29 (2): 360–361.

SmithOchoa, Christopher, Gadinger, Frank, Yildiz, Taylan (2020). ‘Surveillance Under Dispute: Conceptualising Narrative Legitimation Politics’, European Journal of International Security.

Swiss, Liam; Dawson, Andrew (2020). ‘Foreign Aid and the Rule of Law: Institutional Diffusion Versus Legal Reach’, The British Journal of Sociology 71 (4): 761–784.

Unrau, Christine (2020). ‘Crouch, Colin: Der Kampf um die Globalisierung (Review)‘, Neue politische Literatur 65: 188–190.

Unrau, Christine (2020). ‘Judith Shklars Sinn für Veränderung: Quellen und Voraussetzungen politischen Wandels im Denken Judith Shklars‘, Zeitschrift für Politische Theorie 9 (2-2018): 239–251.

2019

Agarwal, Amya (2019). ‘Fixing Ruptured Masculinities. Reflections from Kashmir’, E-International Relations.

Avrami, Lydia, and Sprinz, Detlef F. (2019). ‘Measuring and Explaining the EU’s Effect on National Climate Performance’, Environmental Politics, 28(5): 822–846.

Bargués-Pedreny, Pol (2019). ‘From Critique to Affirmation in International Relations’, Global Society, 33(1): 1–11.

Bargués-Pedreny, Pol, and Schmidt, Jessica (2019). ‘Learning to Be Postmodern in an All Too Modern World: “Whatever Action” in International Climate Change Imaginaries’, Global Society, 33(1): 45–65.

Boege, Volker, and Rinck, Patricia (2019). ‘The Local/International Interface in Peacebuilding: Experiences from Bougainville and Sierra Leone’, International Peacekeeping, 26 (2): 216–239.

Cappelletti, Alessandra (2019). ‘Between Centrality and Re‑scaled Identity: A New Role for the Chinese State in Shaping China’s Image Abroad. The Case of the Twitter Account of a Chinese Diplomat in Pakistan’, Chinese Political Science Review: 1–26.

Dellmuth, Lisa Maria, Scholte, Jan Aart, and Tallberg, Jones (2019). ‘Institutional sources of legitimacy for international organisations: Beyond procedure versus performance’, Review of International Studies: 1–20.

Dembinski, Matthias, and Peters, Dirk (2019). ‘The Power of Justice: How Procedural Justice Concerns Affect the Legitimacy of International Institutions’, Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, 25(1): 149–170.

Erikson, Susan (2019). ‘Faking global health’, Critical Public Health, 29(4): 508–516.

Erikson, Susan (2019). ‘Global Health futures? Reckoning with a Pandemic Bond’, Medicine Anthropology Theory, 6(3): 77–108.

Esguerra, Alejandro (2019). ‘Future objects: tracing the socio-material politics of anticipation’, Sustainability Science, 14(4): 963–971.

Finkenbusch, Peter (2019). ‘On the Road to Affirmation: Facilitating Urban Resilience in the Americas.’, Global Society, 33(1): 121–136.

Gadinger, Frank, and Simon, Elena (2019). ‘Kalkulierte Ambivalenz, mobilisierte Ängste und volksnahe Inszenierung: Rechtspopulistische Erzählstrategien in Wahlkampagnen und Regierungspraxis’, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 29(1): 23–52.

Gadinger, Frank, Smith Ochoa, Christopher, and Yildiz, Taylan (2019). ‘Resistance or Thuggery? Political Narratives of Urban Riots’, Narrative Culture, 6(1): 88–111.

Gelot, Linnéa, and Sandor, Adam (2019). ‘African Security and Global Militarism: Introduction’Conflict, Security & Development, 19(6): 521–542.

Gulrajani, Nilima, and Swiss, Liam (2019). ‘Donor Proliferation to What Ends? New Donor Countries and the Search for Legitimacy’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 40(3): 348–368.

Gümplová, Petra (2019). ‘Yasuní-ITT Initiative and the Reinventing Sovereignty over Natural Resources’, Filozofia, 74(5): 378–393.

Hennig-Schmidt, Heike, Jürges, Hendrik, and Wiesen, Daniel (2019). ‘Dishonesty in Healthcare Practice: A Behavioral Experiment on Upcoding in Neonatology’, Health Economics, 28(3): 319–338.

Hennig-Schmidt, Heike, Weimann, Joachim, Brosig-Koch, Jeannette, Heinrich, Timo, and Keser, Claudia (2019). ‘Public Good Provision by Large Groups: The Logic of Collective Action Revisited’, European Economic Review, 118: 348–363.

Holmes, Pablo (2019). ‘Transnational Constitutional Pluralism, its Promises and Pitfalls’, Sequência (Florianópolis), 82: 61–91.

Hoover, Joe (2019). ‘Developing a Situationist Global Justice Theory: from an architectonic to a consummatory approach’, Global Society, 33(1): 100–120.

Humbert, Clemence, and Joseph, Jonathan (2019). ‘Introduction: the politics of resilience: problematising current approaches’, Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses: 1–9.

Jetschke, Anja (2019). ‘Does Forced Migration Increase Regional Human Rights Commitment? The Cases of Malaysia and Thailand in ASEAN’, Asia Pacific Business Review, 25(5): 705–728.

Kerner, Ina (2019). ‘Grenzen und Migration. Postkoloniale Perspektiven’, Zeitschrift für Politik, 66(2): 199–216.

Kühn, Florian P. (2019). ‘Universal patterns of intervention: practice, no ‘-isms’’, Conflict, Security & Development, 19(3): 257–262.

Maffeis, Stefania (2019). ‘Hannah Arendts kritische Gesamtausgabe‘, Information Philosophie (4).

Mencutek, Zeynep Sahin (2019). ‘Encourage Syrian return: Turkey's fragmented approach’Forced Migration Review (62): 28–31.

Mert, Aysem (2019). ‘The Trees in Gezi Park: Environmental Policy as the Focus of Democratic Protests’, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 21 (5): 593–607.

Messner, Dirk (2019). ‘El siglo de las ciudades. Vías para la sostenibilidad’, Concilium, 379: 13–25.

Messner, Dirk (2019). ‘Il secolo delle città: Percorsi verso la sostenibilità’, Concilium, 2019(1): 25–35.

Messner, Dirk (2019). ‘The century of cities – pathways towards sustainability’, Concilium, 2019(1): 13–23.

Messner, Dirk, and Feist, Marian (2019). ‘Klimapolitik, Digitalisierung und soziale Kohäsion - Die große Transformation unter neuen Vorzeichen’, Amos International, 13(1): 3–6.

Nardone, Mariana (2019). ‘Inter-Organisational Cooperation in Resettlement Programmes: A Tripartite Approach’, Refugee Survey Quarterly 38 (2): 214–244.

Quack, Sigrid (2019). ‘Transnational Governance: Achievements and Limits: A Review of Tim Bartley, "Rules without Rights" and Veerle Heyvaert, "Transnational Environmental Regulation and Governance"’, European Journal of Sociology 60 (3): 429–436.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F. (2019). ‘The Global Politics of Human Rights: From Human Rights to Human Dignity?’, International Political Science Review 40 (2): 279-290.

Rodrigues, Gilberto (2019). ‘Challenges to Local-Global Relations in Federal Countries’Federal Governance 15 (2): 41–44.

Sachs, Jeffrey D., Schmidt-Traub, Guido, Mazzucato, Mariana, Messner, Dirk, Nakicenovic, Nebojsa, Rockström, Johan (2019). ‘Six Transformations to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals’Nature Sustainability 2: 805–814.

Scheel, Stephan, and Gutekunst, Miriam (2019). ‘Studying marriage migration to Europe from below: informal practices of government, border struggles and multiple entanglements’Gender, Place & Culture 26 (6): 847–867.

Scheel, Stephan, Ruppert, Evelyn, Ustek-Spilda, Funda (2019). ‘Enacting Migration through Data Practices’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 (4): 579–588.

Scheel, Stephan, Ustek-Spilda, Funda (2019). ‘On the Politics of Expertise and Ignorance in the Field of Migration Management’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 (4): 663–681.

Schneider, Nina (2019). ‘Origins of Child Rights Governance: The example of early Child Labour Legislation in the United States and Brazil’, Childhood: A Journal of Global Child Research.

Scholte, Jan Aart (2019). ‘After Liberal Global Democracy: New Methodology for New Praxis’, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences: 1–26.

Scholte, Jan Aart (2019). ‘Civil Society and Global Governance: Exploring Transscalar Connections’, Interest Groups & Advocacy 8 (3): 490–498.

Scholte, Jan Aart (2019). ‘Sources of Legitimacy in Global Governance’Outlines of Global Transformations: Politics, Economics, Law 12 (3): 47–76.

Shahi, Deepshikha (2019). ‘Introducing Sufism to International Relations Theory: A Preliminary Inquiry into Epistemological, Ontological, and Methodological Pathways’, European Journal of International Relations 25 (1): 250-275.

Steffek, Jens (2019). ‘The Limits of Proceduralism: Critical Remarks on the Rise of ‘Throughput Legitimacy’’Public Administration 97 (4): 784–796.

Turner, Mandy, and Kühn, Florian P. (2019). ‘‘The West’ and ‘the rest’ in international interventions: Eurocentrism and the competition for order’, Conflict, Security & Development, 19(3): 237–243.

Tusikov, Natasha (2019). ‘Defunding Hate. PayPal’s Regulation of Hate Groups’, Surveillance & Society, 17(1/2): 46–53.

Tusikov, Natasha (2019). ‘How US-made rules shape internet governance in China’Internet Policy Review 8 (2): 1–22.

Tusikov, Natasha (2019). ‘Regulation through “bricking”. Private ordering in the “Internet of Things”’, Internet Policy Review, 8(2).

Unrau, Christine (2019). ‘»Your position?« – Zeigen, Erzählen und Geben in Fuocoammare’, WestEnd. Neue Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung, 16(1): 113–122.

Unrau, Christine (2019). ‘Zwischen epochalem Pathos und analytischer Kartographie’, Neue politische Literatur, 64(1): 134–136.

Weimann, Joachim, Brosig-Koch, Jeannette, Heinrich, Timo, Hennig-Schmidt, Heike (2019). ‘Public good provision by large groups – the logic of collective action revisited’, European Economic Review 118: 348–363.

2018

Avrami, Lydia, and Sprinz, Detlef F. (2018). ‘Measuring and explaining the EU’s effect on national climate performance’, Environmental Politics, 14(4): 1–25.

Bargués-Pedreny, Pol, and Mathieu, Xavier (2018). ‘Beyond Silence, Obstacle and Enigma: Revisiting the Problem of Difference in Peacebuilding’, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 12(3): 283–299.

Bargués-Pedreny, Pol, and Randazzo, Elisa (2018). ‘Hybrid peace revisited: an opportunity for considering self-governance?’, Third World Quarterly, 39(8): 1543–1560.

Cavdar, Ayse (2018). ‘How to maintain a burning story’, South as a State of Mind, 10: 161–167.

Cavdar, Ayse (2018). ‘The Destructive Dreams of AKP Urbanism’, Middle East Research and Information Project, 48(287)).

Crump, Larry, and Downie, Christian (2018). ‘The G20 Chair and the Case of the Global Economic Steering Committee’, Global Society, 32(1): 23–46.

Crump, Larry, Hopmann,Terrence, Lyons, Terrence, and Spector, Bertram (2018). ‘En Hommage. The Contributions of I. William Zartman’, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 11(1): 53–71.

Dalakoglou, Dimitris, and Kallianos, Yannis (2018). ‘‘Eating mountains’ and ‘eating each other’: Disjunctive modernization, infrastructural imaginaries and crisis in Greece’, Political Geography, 67: 76–87.

Finkenbusch, Peter (2018). ‘Building institutional capacity: knowledge production for transnational security governance in Mexico’, Global Crime, 19(3-4): 211–227.

Freistein, Katja (2018). ‘Book Review: Negotiating the Sustainable Development Goals - A Transformational Agenda for an Insecure World’, Forum for Development Studies, 45(1): 177–179.

Gadinger, Frank, Yildiz, Taylan, and Smith, Christopher (2018). ‘Narrative Legitimierung. Exekutive, repräsentative und subversive Erzählstrategien in der Überwachungskontroverse’, Leviathan-Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft, 46(1): 135–162.

Grynaviski, Eric, and Oates, John G. (2018). ‘Reciprocity, Hierarchy and Obligation in World Politics. From Kula to Potlach’, Journal of International Political Theory 14(2): 1–20.

Gulrajani, Nilima, and Swiss, Liam (2018). ‘Donor proliferation to what ends? New donor countries and the search for legitimacy’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies.

Gümplová, Petra (2018). ‘Popular Sovereignty over Natural Resources: A Critical Reappraisal of Leif Wenar’s Blood Oil from the Perspective of International Law and Justice’, Global Constitutionalism, 7(2): 173-203.

Hameiri, Shahar, Jones, Lee, and Sandor, Adam (2018). ‘Security Governance and the Politics of State Transformation: Moving From Description to Explanation’, Journal of Global Security Studies, 3(4): 463–482.

Heins, Volker M., and Unrau, Christine (2018). ‘Refugees welcome. Arrival gifts, reciprocity, and the integration of forced migrants’, Journal of International Political Theory, 14(2): 223–239.

Heins, Volker M., Unrau, Christine, and Avram, Kristine (2018). ‘Gift-giving and reciprocity in global society. Introducing Marcel Mauss in international studies’, Journal of International Political Theory, 14(2): 126–144.

Heins, Volker M., Unrau, Christine, and Avram, Kristine (2018). ‘Special Issue: Marcel Mauss in International Relations’, Journal of International Political Theory, 14(2)).

Helland, Leif, Hovi, Jon, and Sælen, Håkon (2018). ‘Climate leadership by conditional commitments’, Oxford Economic Papers, 70(2): 417–442.

Hennig-Schmidt, Heike, Irlenbusch, Bernd, Rilke, Rainer Michael, and Walkowitz, Gari (2018). ‘Asymmetric outside options in ultimatum bargaining. A systematic analysis’, International Journal of Game Theory, 47(1): 301–329.

Joseph, Jonathan, and Kurki, Milja (2018). ‘The Limits of Practice: Why Realism can Compliment IR’s Practice Turn’, International Theory, 10(1): 71–97.

Kallianos, Yannis (2018). ‘Infrastructural disorder. The politics of disruption, contingency, and normalcy in waste infrastructures in Athens’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 36(4): 758–775.

Kerner, Ina (2018). ‘Beyond Eurocentrism: Trajectories Towards a Renewed Political and Social Theory’, Philosophy and Social Criticism, 44(5): 550–570.

Kerner, Ina (2018). ‘Interrogating Western Modernity. Postcolonial Reflections on Occidental Claims and Action’, Cadernos de Filosofia Alemã, 23(2): 35–52.

Kerner, Ina (2018). ‘Postcolonial Theories as Global Critical Theories’, Constellations, 25(4): 614–628.

Mathieu, Xavier (2018). ‘Critical Peacebuilding and the Dilemma of Difference: The Stigma of the ‘Local’ and the Quest for Equality’, Third World Quarterly: 1360–2241.

Mathieu, Xavier (2018). ‘Sovereign myths in International Relations: Sovereignty as equality and the reproduction of Eurocentric blindness’, Journal of International Political Theory.

Mathieu, Xavier (2018). ‘The dynamics of ‘civilised’ sovereignty: colonial frontiers and performative discourses of civilisation and savagery’, International Relations, 32(4): 468–487.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F. (2018). ‘A Human Rights Tragedy: Strategic Localization of US Foreign Policy China’, International Studies, 32(3): 343–365.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F. (2018). ‘Beyond Paradigms: Understanding the South China Sea Dispute Using Analytic Eclecticism’, International Studies, 55(3): 1–25.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F. (2018). ‘Contesting American Power. Beijing's Challenge in South China Sea Disputes’, E-International Relations.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F. (2018). ‘Does US Foreign Aid Undermine Human Rights? The 'Thaksinification' of the War on Terror Discourses and the Human Rights Crisis in Thailand, 2001 to 2006’, Human Rights Review, 19(1): 73–95.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F. (2018). ‘Habermasian Thinking on Civil Society and the Public Sphere in the Age of Globalization, Perspectives on Political Science 47 (4): 271–277.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F. (2018). ‘The Global Politics of Human Rights: From Human Rights to Human Dignity?’, International Political Science Review, 55(3): 1–25.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F., and Hartmann, Henrik (2018). ‘Mutual Delegitimization: American and Chinese Development Aid in the African Continent’, The SAIS Review of International Affairs.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F., and Parisot, James (2018). ‘American Hegemony and Rising Powers’, Global Policy.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F., and Parisot, James (2018). ‘American Power in the Era of Trump’, Global Policy Journal.

Regilme, Salvador Santino F., and Parisot, James (2018). ‘US Hegemony and Rising Powers in the Era of Trump’, E-International Relations.

Schapper, Andrea (2018). ‘Climate justice and human rights’, International Relations, 32(3): 275–295.

Scholte, Jan Aart (2018). ‘A Transcultural Future?’, The Contours of the Future in the Context of the World’s Cultural Development. The 18th International Likhachov Scientific Conference, May 17-19, 2018.: 161–164.

Shahi, Deepshikha (2018). ‘Introducing Sufism to International Relations Theory. A Preliminary Inquiry into Epistemological, Ontological, and Methodological Pathways’, European Journal of International Relations, 1: 1–26.

Sprinz, Detlef F., Sælen, Håkon, Underdal, Arild, and Hovi, Jon (2018). ‘The effectiveness of climate clubs under Donald Trump’, Climate Policy, 18(7): 828–838.

Unrau, Christine (2018). ‘Rezension zu: Kreide, Regina (2016). Die verdrängte Demokratie. Essays zur Politischen Theorie.’, Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik, 11: 123–125.