Special issue published in PVS
The special issue "Politik und Verantwortung. Analysen zum Wandel politischer Entscheidungs- und Rechtfertigungspraktiken" by Christopher Daase, Julian Junk, Stefan Kroll and Valentin Rauer (Ed.) has recently been published in PVS.
The new Volume "Herrschaft in den Internationalen Beziehungen", edited by Christopher Daase, Nicole Deitelhoff, Ben Kamis, Jannik Pfister and Philip Wallmeier, has recently been published by Springer VS.
"Doing Global IR" - New Blog Series on TRAFO.
Antonia Witt, Felix Anderl, Stefan Kroll, Philip Wallmeier edit a blog series on global international relations.
See here for the first article, Clues, Careers, and Curricula – How to Do Global International Relations?
CfP Workshop "Ist der neue Terrorismus von gestern? Ergebnisse und Perspektiven der Terrorismusforschung in Deutschland"
What do we know about Terrorism? The volatility of the events and the rapidity of the political debates confronts research with great challenges. Scientific insights have to be constantly validated and our knowledge needs to adapted regularly. What theories do still apply, and is the „new terrorism“ outdated? The workshop that will take place from 13th till 14th of October in Halle, tries to answer these questions among. Until March 31st, contributions to the workshop can be submitted. For more information click here.
Executive Editorial Board of the Journal "Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen"
Since January 2015 Nicole Deitelhoff and Christopher Daase are the executive editors of the journal "Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen" (ZIB). ZIB is the leading journal on International Relations in German. It is published on behalf of the section "International Politics" of the German Association for Political Science (DVPW). Manuscripts in German language can be submitted for the double-blind review process at any time to the editorial office (Lisa Bogerts,firstname.lastname@example.org
). Further information can be found here
The research on international rule and transnational dissent that unites many projects overseen by Profs. Daase and Deitelhoff has found a new outlet with the recently released Working Paper Series
on international dissidence. The series will introduce various aspects of the research we are conducting and present preliminary results for broader academic debate. Profs. Daase and Deitelhoff open the series with a paper
on the reconstruction of global rule through dissident. Stay tuned for further editions!