Recasting the Role of Citizens in Foreign and Security Policy? A DFG-funded research project
Democratic innovations and changing patterns of interaction between European executives and citizens. For the last decade, politicians and members of national executives in Europe have started to actively engage ordinary citizens in foreign and security policy (FSP), by initiating dialogue and participation processes. Our project investigates this change of the role of citizens in a…
Panel proposal for the 2023 Conference of the research section on International Relations accepted
Our panel proposal “Diplomacy, the Public Sphere and Participation: New Trends in Foreign Policy (Research)” for the 2023 Conference of the research section on International Relations of the German Political Science Association has been accepted.
Workshop “Democratic Innovations between Simulation and Transformation”
Christian Opitz will participate in the workshop “Democratic Innovations between Simulation and Transformation” at Technical University of Darmstadt 15 and 16 February 2023.
„Talk Social Science to Me“: Democracy and Foreign Policy
Earlier this month, Hanna Pfeifer hosted an episode of the „Talk Social Science to Me“ podcast. She spoke with Gunther Hellmann, Professor at the Chair of Political Science and German/European Foreign Policy at Goethe University about the relation between democracy and foreign policy.
Democratic innovations and women in science
Hanna Pfeifer was a guest for the first live edition of the Science She*roes Podcast, a podcast about women and non-binary people and their academic research and careers.