Publications archive

Category: Publication - Year: 2019

Jonas Wolff | 2019

The political economy of post-neoliberalism in Bolivia: Policies, elites, and the MAS government

in: European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, (108), 109–129 (open access).

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Solveig Richter, Laura Camila Barrios Sabogal | 2019

Las Farianas: Reintegration of Former Female FARC Fighters as a Driver for Peace in Colombia

In: Cuadernos de Economía, 38:SPE78, 753-784.  

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Julia Leininger, Anna Lührmann, Rachel Sigman | 2019

The Relevance of Social Policies for Democracy – Preventing Autocratisation through Synergies between SDG 10 and SDG 16

in: DIE Discussion Paper 7/2019.

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Benjamin Schütze | 2019

Promoting Democracy, Reinforcing Authoritarianism: US and European Policy in Jordan

Cambridge University Press, Middle East Studies series

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Julia Leininger, Anita Breuer, Jale Tosun | 2019

Integrated Policymaking: Choosing an Institutional Design for Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Discussion Paper 14/2019, German Development Institute (DIE), Bonn.  

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Leonie Holthaus | 2019

Long Live the Neo-traditional Kings? The Gulf Cooperation Council and Legitimation of Monarchical Rule in the Arabian Peninsula

in: Middle East Critique, 28:4, 381-403

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Leonie Holthaus | 2019

Is there difference in democracy promotion? A comparison of German and US democracy assistance in transitional Tunisia

in: Democratization, 26:7, 1216-1234

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Jonas Wolff, Nadine Abdalla | 2019

From driver of change to marginalised actor: organised labour in post-revolutionary Egypt from a comparative perspective

The paper analyses why Egypt’s labour movement, while having played a significant role in the run-up to the 2011 revolution, has been increasingly marginalised politically ever since, failing to achieve either significant labour-specific gains and/or broader objectives related to the overall process of political transformation.

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Inken von Borzyskowski | 2019

The Risks of Election Observation: International Condemnation and Post-Election Violence

in: International Studies Quarterly, 63:3, 654–667

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Tina Freyburg, Robert Hubert, Steffen Mohrenberg | 2019

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

in: Party Politics, online first.

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Annika Elena Poppe | 2019

US Democracy Promotion after the Cold War Stability, Basic Premises, and Policy toward Egypt

1st Edition, London: Routledge.

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Johannes Gerschewski, Marcus Tannenberg, Michael Bernhard, Anna Lührmann, Christian von Soest | 2019

Regime Legitimation Strategies (RLS), 1900-2018

in: V-Dem Working Paper 86, University of Gothenburg: V-Dem Institute.

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Johannes Gerschewski, Wolfgang Merkel | 2019

Democratic Transformation after the Second World War

in: Kollmorgen, Raj/Merkel, Wolfgang/Wagener, Hans-Jürgen (Eds.): Oxford Handbook of Political, Social, and Economic Transformation. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 280-292.

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Johannes Gerschewski, Anja Neundorf , Roman-Gabriel Olar | 2019

How Do Inclusionary and Exclusionary Autocracies Affect Ordinary People?

in: Comparative Political Studies (online first).

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Jörn Grävingholt, Charlotte Fiedler, Karina Mross | 2019

Supporting peace after civil war: what kind of international engagement can make a difference?

in: DIE Briefing Paper 23/2018, online first.

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Karina Mross | 2019

Democracy support and peaceful democratisation after civil war

in: DIE Briefing Paper 7/2019, online first.

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Karina Mross | 2019

First Peace, then Democracy? Evaluating Strategies of International Support at Critical Junctures after Civil War

in: International Peacekeeping (2019), 26:2,190-215, online first.

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Julia Leininger, Anna Lührmann, Rachel Sigman | 2019

Social and economic inequalities’ effects on inclusive governance

in: DIE Discussion Paper 7/2019, online first.

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Seraphine Maerz | 2019

Simulating Pluralism: The Language of Democracy in Hegemonic Authoritarianism

in: Political Research Exchange, 1:1, 1-23

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Sarah von Billerbeck, Oisín Tansey | 2019

Enabling autocracy? Peacebuilding and post-conflict authoritarianism in the Democratic Republic of Congo

in: European Journal of International Relations, 25:3, 698-722

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Jonas Wolff, Irene Weipert-Fenner | 2019

Socioeconomic Protests in MENA and Latin America: Egypt and Tunisia in Interregional Comparison

This edited volume presents a detailed account of the dynamics of socioeconomic contention in Egypt and Tunisia since 2011. Combining quantitative and qualitative methods, it analyses what has happened to the socioeconomic grievances that played a key role in the mass mobilizations of 2010 and 2011.

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Inken von Borzyskowski | 2019

The Credibility Challenge: How Democracy Aid Influences Election Violence

Cornell University Press

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Tina Freyburg, Hugo Marcos-Marné , Carolina Plaza-Colodro | 2019

Who Votes for New Parties? Economic Voting, Political Ideology, and Populist Attitudes

in: West European Politics, online first.

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Seraphine Maerz, Carsten Q. Schneider | 2019

Comparing Public Communication in Democracies and Autocracies – Automated Text Analyses of Speeches by Heads of Government

in: Quality & Quantity, 54, 517–545

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Vera van Hüllen | 2019

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

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5, 869-888.

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Sonja Grimm | 2019

Democracy promotion in EU enlargement negotiations: more interaction, less hierarchy

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5, 851-868.

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Jalale Getachew Birru, Jonas Wolff | 2019

Negotiating international civil society support: the case of Ethiopia’s 2009 Charities and Societies Proclamation

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5, 832-850.

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Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann | 2019

Negotiating normative premises in democracy promotion: Venezuela and the Inter-American Democratic Charter

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5, 815-831.

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Jeff Bridoux | 2019

Shaking off the neoliberal shackles: “democratic emergence” and the negotiation of democratic knowledge in the Middle East North Africa context

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5, 796-814.

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Annika Elena Poppe, Julia Leininger, Jonas Wolff | 2019

Beyond contestation: conceptualizing negotiation in democracy promotion

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5, 777-795

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Annika Elena Poppe, Julia Leininger, Jonas Wolff | 2019

Introduction: negotiating the promotion of democracy

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5, 759-776.

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Annika Elena Poppe, Julia Leininger, Jonas Wolff | 2019

The negotiation of democracy promotion. Issues, parameters and consequences

in: Democratization (2019), 26:5.

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Jonas Wolff, Luis Gabriel Salas Salazar, Fabián Eduardo Camelo | 2019

Dinámicas territoriales de la violencia y del conflict armado antes y después del acuerdo de paz con las FARC-EP

Instituto Colombo-Alemán para la Paz (CAPAZ), Documento de Trabajo 1/2018.

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Sarah von Billerbeck, Philipp Lottholz | 2019

Senior Leadership Performance Management in International Organizations

Report, UN and Global Order Programme, University of Reading, April 2019

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Karina Mross, Charlotte Fiedler | 2019

What do we know about post-conflict transitional justice from academic research: key insights for practitioners

in: DIE Briefing Paper 3/2019.

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Inken von Borzyskowski, Felicity Vabulas | 2019

Credible Commitments? Explaining IGO Suspensions to Sanction Political Backsliding

in: International Studies Quarterly, 63:1, 139–152

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Karina Mross, Charlotte Fiedler, Jörn Grävingholt | 2019

Friedensförderung nach Bürgerkriegen: welche Arten internationaler Unterstützung sind erfolgreich?

in: DIE Analysen und Stellungnahmen 2/2019.

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Annika E. Poppe | 2019

Harmony and Resilience: US Democracy Promotion’s Basic Premises

in: Foreign Policy Analysis (2019) 0, 1-18.

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