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 Europa.


13. Februar 23 | News

Network member Sonja Grimm is scientific lead of the research Consortium EMBRACE

EMBRACing changE: Overcoming Blockages and Advancing Democracy in the European Neighbourhood (EMBRACE) The EMBRACE project analyses authoritarian resilience and de-democratization in the European Neighbourhood. It does so through an inter-disciplinary, multi-method and cross-regional assessment of both blockages to and drivers …

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22. Dezember 22 | News

EDP Network Meeting In Leipzig

On the 15th to 16th of December the EDP Network got to meet up in person in Leipzig. We discussed future options for the EDP Network in form of collaborations and shared research. The members also presented their current projects …

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21. November 22 | News

EDP members at the third DVPW Thementagung

On the 11th of november our members Julia Leininger, Solveig Richter and Jonas Wolff presented their paper: „Demokratie, Sicherheit, Frieden: Wie verändert der russische Angriffskrieg gegen die Ukraine unser Verständnis von internationaler Demokratieförderung” on the third DVPW Thementagung titled „Turning …

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21. November 22 | News

Jonas Wolff Inauguration lecture at Goethe University

Our member Jonas Wolff held his inauguration lecture on the 15th of November at the Goethe University Frankfurt. The title of the lecture was ‚Researching Democracy in Times of Autocratization: Conceptual developments and Latin American experiences‘ and was part of …

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EDP Wire

24. Oktober 22 | Jonas Wolff, Lukas Harth, Florian Kriener

Responding to Foreign Interference in the EU: Beware of Unintended Consequences

The EU’s emerging response to foreign interference, as it is currently debated in the EU Parliament, contains striking similarities to arguments put forth by some governments around the world seeking to justify harsh restrictions on foreign funding and „foreign agents.“ …

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6. September 22 | Jonas Wolff

The Reconstitution of Liberal Hegemony in Comparative Regime Research: V-Dem’s Discursive Turn from the Contestation to the Decontestation of Democracy

Within just a few years, the Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) project has experienced a remarkable rise to both academic and political prominence. As Jonas Wolff shows in his paper that was just published open access with Contemporary Politics, this rise has been accompanied by a notable discursive shift: Having started as a project aimed at taking seriously the essential conceptual contestability of democracy, in recent years V-Dem has adopted an increasingly narrow and taken-for-granted focus on liberal democracy.

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