Laufende Projekte

EUNPACK/Horizon 2020: Good intentions, mixed results

Ingo Peters

01.04.2016 — 01.04.2019

From left to right: Research Fellow Enver Ferhatovic, Associate Professor Dr. Ingo Peters, Student Associates Susan Bergner, Adam Riviera and Stefan Wiechmann (missing in the pic) Object of Research FU Berlin/Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science/Center for Transnational Relations, Foreign and Security Policy (ATASP) is thrilled to announce that beginning of April 2016 it started its engagement on the academic consortium project titled “Good intentions, mixed results – A conflict ...

SFB Projekt A1 - Beiträge zur Theoriebildung

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse

Projektbeschreibung Das Teilprojekt versteht sich als Synthese-Projekt, das die Forschungen der einzelnen Teilprojekte zusammenführt und integriert. Im ständigen Austausch mit den übrigen Teilprojekten trägt es zur Theorieentwicklung innerhalb des SFB bei. Ziel des Projektes ist die kritische Reflexion und theoretische Weiterentwicklung des Governance-Ansatzes vor dem Hintergrund der komplexen Empirie in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit und unter Einbeziehung von lokalen ...

Laufende Projekte — abgeschlossen

Exporting the State Monopoly on Violence: Security Governance Transfers to Areas of Limited Statehood

DFG-Sonderforschungsbereich 700 <br>"Governance in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit - Neue Formen des Regieren?"

Ursula Schröder

01.01.2010 — 31.12.2013

Projektbeschreibung: The project asks under which conditions comprehensive transfers of the state monopoly on violence to areas of limited statehood are fully or partially successfull and when they fail. As its main research objective, the project aims to explain the quite considerable variation in the output (understood as the institutionalisation of rules and the provision of administrative structures, instruments and services in the assisted regions) of recent international security ...

Kolleg-Forschergruppe der DFG „The Transformative Power of Europe“

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Tanja Börzel, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse

01.10.2008 — 30.09.2016

Object of Research The diffusion of ideas has become a central research theme in political science, sociology, law, history, and economics. Scholars have focused on how ideas are spread across time and space, as can be observed especially in the European Union in various sociopolitical fields. The European Union (EU) serves as an almost ideal laboratory for investigating processes and outcomes of diffusion. However, considering the limited progress in the global harmonization of norms and ...

Sustainable Development Reflexive Inputs to World Organisation

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse

01.10.2009 — 30.06.2013

Projektbeschreibung: The objective of the project is to provide the EU with conceptual tools and applicable ideas to make sustainable development an operational paradigm framing EU policy mak-ing in the globalization process. Broadening the utilitarian, state-centred, and market fail-ure approach often mobilised in globalisation analysis, we develop a reflexive framework within which time and irreversibility, institutional path-dependency and multiple actors, with heterogeneous knowledge, ...

TRANSWORLD: Redefining the transatlantic relationship and its role in shaping global governance

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse, Dr. Nelli Babayan

01.06.2012 — 31.07.2014

Projektbeschreibung: TRANSWORLD is a consortium of 13 academic and research centres from the EU, the US and Turkey formed to research the evolution of the transatlantic relationship and its role in shaping global governance architectures. TRANSWORLD is going to unfold for three and a half years, started in March 2012. In an era of global flux, emerging powers and growing interconnectedness, transatlantic relations appear to have lost their bearings. As the international system fragments ...

The European Union's Foreign Policy In Comparative Perspective: Evaluating And Generating Hypotheses On ‘Actorness And Power'

Ingo Peters

01.01.2012 — 31.12.2014

In view of the evolution of the EU, in terms of institutionalization and policy-making, the EU might still be a sui generis actor in international affairs. However, at the same time – in view of the many faces of globalization – nation states might no longer be ‘nation states’ and (at least some) international organizations no longer ‘international organizations’ in terms of the ideal types mostly used for comparison with the EU. Against the backdrop of the apparently never-ending ...