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Franziska Hohlstein, Gurur Polat, Anna Starkmann, Diana Panke, Julia Gurol, Simone Ahrens, Ingo Henneberg, Sören Stapel (not in the picture: Klara Leithäuser, Nikolay Aleksiev)


Call for Panels and Papers: From Wednestag 7th to Friday 9th of October 2020, the Open Conference of the International Relations Section of the DVPW will take place at the University of Freiburg. For this, we invite submissions for panels and papers by November 15th 2019 via  ib-sektionstagung@politik.uni-freiburg.de. Further information can be found here.
Now online: A joint e-learning portal of eight universities on EU-UN relations (EU-NET). More information can be found here.
Now available: The video of FRIAS Lunch Lecture on "Data Collection and Data Analysis in the Social Sciences" by Prof. Dr. Diana Panke (25th January 2018)
The Department on Facebook facebook.com/politik.uni.freiburg and Twitter twitter.com/PW_UniFreiburg !
E-learning module on EU-UN relations is now available online https://wb-ilias.uni-freiburg.de/goto.php?target=crs_122050)
E-learning module on research design is now available online (beta version)

DFG-Project: The project "The Design of International Organizations. Fostering Diplomatic Deliberation?", funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, deals with the question how the institutional design of IOs differ and how variation with regards to their deliberative quality influences dynamics of interaction between states and thus the result of negotiations. More information can be found here.

Project funded by Friede-Springer-Stiftung: This pilot study sheds light on the nexus between spontaneous, affective behavior and conscious, intentional action in response to visual images in digital media. More information can be found here.

New publications:
  • Diana Panke, Franziska Hohlstein, Gurur Polat (forthcoming): "The Constitutions of International Organizations. How Institutional Design Seeks to Foster Diplomatic Deliberation" in Global Constitutionalism.
  • Diana Panke (forthcoming): "Regional Cooperation through the Lenses of States: Why Do States Nurture Regional Integration?". In: Review of International Organizations. DOI: 10.1007/s11558-019-09348-y
  • Ingo Henneberg, Friedrich Plank (2019): Overlapping Regionalism and Security Cooperation: Power-Based Explanations of Nigeria’s Forum-Shopping in the Fight against Boko Haram. In: International Studies Review (ISR). DOI: 10.1093/isr/viz027. Online First.
  • Diana Panke (forthcoming): "The European Court of Human Rights under Scrutiny. Explaining Variation in Non-Compliance Judgments". In: Comparative European Politics.
  • Diana Panke (forthcoming): "African States in International Organizations. Exploring Differences in Negotations". In: The South African Journal of International Affairs
  • Diana Panke, Julia Gurol (2019): "Small States in the European Union". In: Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics. Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.1485
  • Diana Panke (forthcoming): "Greek-EU Debt Dueling in the Endgame". In: Zartman, I. William: "How Negotiations End", Cambridge University Press. DOI: 10.1017/9781108567466.
  • Klaus Brummer, Sebastian Harnisch, Kai Oppermann und Diana Panke (forthcoming): "Foreign Policy as Public Policy? Promises and Pitfalls". Manchester: Manchester University Press
  • Diana Panke (forthcoming): "European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and Committee of the Regions (CoR)". In: Encyclopedia of the European Union Politics. Oxford University Press. DOI:10.1093 /acrefore/9780190228637.013.1145.
  • Friedrich Plank, Ingo Henneberg, Alexander Kobusch et al. (2019): Standortübergreifende Lehre in der Politikwissenschaft: Nutzen und Beitrag eines innovativen Ringseminars. In: Politische Vierteljahresschrift. Vol. 60, Nr. 1. S. 127-146. DOI: 10.1007/s11615-018-0110-z.




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