Annika Elena Poppe - EDP Network

Annika Elena Poppe – EDP Network

Annika Elena Poppe

Dr Annika Elena Poppe is a political scientist and has come aboard as network member and as coordinator of the EDP Network in May 2015. She currently is Project Director and Senior Researcher at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt‘s (PRIF) department “Intrastate Conflict”. Her research focuses on international democracy promotion, normative and political change, US foreign policy, and the US-Egyptian relationship. Annika has had academic training in Political Science and American Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt and in U.S. History at the American University, Washington DC. In 2011, she spent a semester as a visiting researcher at the Department of Government at Georgetown University.

In 2015, Annika submitted and defended her dissertation on “U.S. democracy promotion after the Cold War: Stability, basic premises, and policy towards Egypt” at Goethe University, and has since begun to focus more generally on the global phenomenon of “closing space” and thus on the increasing restrictions on civil society support. Her most recent publications include From Closing Space to Contested Spaces. Re-assessing Current Conflicts over International Civil Society Support (PRIF Report 137, with Jonas Wolff) and The Nuclear Taboo, Battlestar Galactica, and the Real World: Illustrations from a Science-Fiction Universe (Security Dialogue 2016, 47: 4, with Marco Fey and Carsten Rauch).

More about Annika Elena Poppe here.

Contact: annika.poppe [at] external-democracy-promotion.eu

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Publications by Annika Elena Poppe

Annika Elena Poppe, Jonas Wolff | 2018

Ungebetene Gäste

in: Welt-Sichten, August (8), 8-9.

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Annika Elena Poppe | 2018

Die Einschränkung von Handlungsspielräumen

in: Wiener Zeitung, 18.08.2018.

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Annika Elena Poppe, Jonas Wolff, Felix Bethke, Debiel Thomas, Christof Hartmann, Jan Schablitzki | 2018

Nachhaltiger Frieden: Liberal-demokratische Friedenskonzepte unter Druck

in: Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC)/Leibniz-Institut Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK)/Institut für Friedensforschung und Sicherheitspolitik an der Universität Hamburg (IFSH)/Institut für Entwicklung und Frieden (INEF) (Hg.), Friedensgutachten 2018, Berlin: LIT Verlag, 65-83.

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Annika Elena Poppe, Jonas Wolff | 2017

Widerstand gegen internationale Zivilgesellschaftsförderung: mehr als nur „eine illegitime Ausrede“

BBE-Newsletter für Engagement und Partizipation in Europa, 7.

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Annika Elena Poppe, Jonas Wolff | 2017

Schlechtes Vorbild Deutschland

PRIF Spotlight 2/2017, Frankfurt: Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF).

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Annika Elena Poppe, Jonas Wolff | 2017

The contested spaces of civil society in a plural world: norm contestation in the debate about restrictions on international civil society support

in: Contemporary Politics, published online: 21 June 2017.

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Annika Elena Poppe | 2017

Recalibrating the interest-values-nexus. US democracy promotion in the Middle East

in: Orient, 58: 2, 15-22.

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Jonas Wolff, Annika Elena Poppe | 2015

From Closing Space to Contested Spaces. Re-assessing Current Conflicts over International Civil Society Support

PRIF Report 137/2015, Frankfurt: Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF).

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Annika Elena Poppe, Bentje Woitschach, Jonas Wolff | 2014

Freedom Fighter versus Civilian Power. An ideal-type comparison of US and German conceptions of democracy promotion

in: Wolff, Jonas/Spanger, Hans-Joachim/Puhle, Hans-Jürgen (eds.): The Comparative International Politics of Democracy Promotion, London: Routledge, 37-60.

Annika Elena Poppe, Jonas Wolff | 2013

The Normative Challenge of Interaction: Justice Conflicts in Democracy Promotion

in: Global Constitutionalism 2: 3, 373-406.

Annika Elena Poppe, Bentje Woitschach, Jonas Wolff | 2012

“Freiheitskämpfer” versus “Zivilmacht”: Die USA und Deutschland im idealtypischen Vergleich

in: Wolff, Jonas/Spanger,Hans-Joachim/Puhle, Hans-Jürgen (eds.): Zwischen Normen und Interessen. Demokratieförderung als internationale Politik, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 49-76.  

Annika Elena Poppe | 2011

Quo vadis, Obama? US-amerikanische Demokratieförderpolitik nach dem Kalten Krieg

PRIF Report 2/2011, Frankfurt: Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF).

Annika Elena Poppe | 2010

Whither to, Obama? U.S. Democracy Promotion after the Cold War

PRIF Report 96/2010, Frankfurt: Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF).

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