Das Netzwerk …

… „Externe Demokratisierungspolitik“ (EDP) ist eine interdisziplinäre und institutionenübergreifende Arbeitsgruppe von Politikwissenschaftler*innen mit den Schwerpunkten Internationale und Vergleichende Studien. Die Netzwerkmitglieder forschen und lehren an Universitäten und Forschungsinstituten in Deutschland und der Schweiz.

News

7. August 19 | News

Johannes Gerschewski joins Cluster of Excellence „SCRIPTS“

In June 2019, Johannes returned to Berlin and joined the Cluster of Excellence „Contestations of the Liberal Script (SCRIPTS)“ at Freie Universität Berlin. „SCRIPTS“ is a joint endeavor of various Berlin-based universities and research institutes that are dedicated to analyze the various contestations that liberalism expereinces, ranging from populism, authoritarianism, nationalism, to questions of citizenship and migration, from social inequality and free markets to different understandings of temporalities and critiques of ideas of linear progress. The Cluster is explicitly global, historical, and global in its outlook, unifying various disciplines under one thematic umbrella.

weiter lesen »

9. Mai 19 | News

EDP Special Issue “The negotiation of democracy promotion. Issues, parameters and consequences“ online now as open access

Our most recent EDP publication “The negotiation of democracy promotion. Issues, parameters and consequences“, a Special Issue in Democratization, is available now. As part of our open access policy, all articles are available as open access publication at the homepage of Democratization.

weiter lesen »

Publikationen

Tina Freyburg, Robert Hubert, Steffen Mohrenberg | 2019

Love at First Sight? Populist Attitudes and Support for Direct Democracy

in: Party Politics, online zuerst.

weiter lesen »

Johannes Gerschewski, Alexander Dukalskis | 2019

Adapting or Freezing? Ideological Reactions of Communist Regimes in a Post-Communist World

in: Government & Opposition (online zuerst).

weiter lesen »

EDP Wire

8. August 19 | Jonas Wolff, Annika Elena Poppe, Nora Berger-Kern

Preventing Civic Space Restrictions. An Exploratory Study of Successful Resistance Against NGO Laws

This EDP Wire contribution briefly summarizes the PRIF Report “Preventing Civic Space Restrictions. An Exploratory Study of Successful Resistance Against NGO Laws” by Jana Baldus, Nora Berger-Kern, Fabian Hetz, Annika Elena Poppe, and Jonas Wolff. The report analyzes four cases (Azerbaijan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan and Zambia) in which governmental attempts to adopt restrictive NGO laws have been frustrated, aborted or, at least, significantly mitigated as a consequence of domestic and/or international resistance. It then identifies conditions and dynamics that help understand successful resistance against legal civic space restrictions.

weiter lesen »

10. Juli 19 | Vera van Hüllen

Negotiating democracy with authoritarian regimes. EU democracy promotion in North Africa

This EDP Wire contribution briefly summarizes the seventh and last article “Negotiating democracy with authoritarian regimes. EU democracy promotion in North Africa” of the recent Democratization special issue “The negotiation of democracy promotion. Issues, parameters and consequences“, edited by EDP network members Annika E. Poppe, Julia Leininger and Jonas Wolff. With the help of the generous support of the Leibniz Association, the entire special issue “The negotiation of democracy promotion: Issues, parameters and consequences” is available online as open access.

weiter lesen »