PUBLICATIONS

 

This is a selection of my published research. For a full list of papers, book chapters and work in progress, visit my profile on Researchgate.

2021

"On the Meaning(s) of Norms: Ambiguity and Global Governance in a Post-Hegemonic World" (with Thomas Linsenmaier and Dennis R. Schmidt. Review of International Studies (Link).

2021

Book: "Contestations of the Liberal International Order: A Populist Script of Regional Cooperation" (with Fredrik Söderbaum and Agnese Pacciardi), Cambridge Elements in International Relations (Link).

2020

"Saving People or Saving Face: Four Narratives of Regional Humanitarian Order in Southeast Asia." In: The Pacific Review (Link).

2020

Blog post: "Lessons from ASEAN’s Rakhine response." East Asia Forum (Link).

2020

Blog post: "Populist Governments and the EU: An ever more Distant Union." School of Blogal Studies (Link).

2020

"UNAMID and the Legitimation of Global-Regional Peacekeeping Cooperation: Partnership and Friction in UN-AU Relations." In: Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 14:2, pp. 187-203 (Link).

2020

"Regional Organizations in Southeast Asia." In: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies (Link).

2020

"Regionale Integration durch normative Diskurse: Die Legitimierung von Verrechtlichungsprozessen in der ASEAN und der EU" (Regional Integration through Normative Arguing: Legitimating Legalization in ASEAN and the EU). In ZIB Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 27:2, pp. 5-33 (Link).

2019

Book: "Regional Organizations in International Society: ASEAN, the EU and the Politics of Normative Arguing", Palgrave Macmillan (Link)

2018

"Regional Standards of Membership and Enlargement in the EU and ASEAN." In: Asia Europe Journal Special Issue 16:2, pp. 183–198. (Link)

2016

"EU, US and ASEAN Actorness in G20 Financial Policy-Making: Bridging the EU Studies–New Regionalism Divide" (with Steffen Murau). In: Journal of Common Market Studies 54:4, pp. 928–943. (Link)

2015

"The Political International Society: Change in Primary and Secondary Institutions." In: Review of International Studies 41:3, pp. 601–622. (Link)