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Christine Hackenesch, Dr.

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Dr. Christine Hackenesch leitet das Forschungsprogramm ‚Inter- und transnationale Zusammenarbeit“ am Deutschen Institut für Entwicklungspolitik. Sie forscht zu EU-Afrika Beziehungen, China-Afrika Beziehungen, politischen Regimen in Afrika, internationaler Entwicklungspolitik und Demokratieförderung. Sie hat ihre Promotion an der Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies abgeschlossen.

 

Referierte Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • (2020) The struggle for minds and influence: the Chinese Communist Party’s global outreach, in International Studies Quarterly (with Julia Bader)
  • (2020) The Chinese Communist Party relations in Asia, in: Demmelhuber and Kneuer (eds.) Authoritarian Gravity Centres: A cross-regional study of authoritarian promotion and diffusion, Routledge (Conceptualising Comparative Politics Series) (with Julia Bader)
  • (2019) China and Rwanda – Natural allies or uneasy partners in regime stability? in: Christof Hartmann & Nele Noesselt (eds) China’s influence on political regimes and stability in Africa, Routledge (with Sven Grimm)
  • (2019) Aid, political conditionality, and other international efforts to promote democracy in Africa, in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press. 
  • (2018) The EU and China in African authoritarian regimes. The politics of cooperating on governance reforms in the 21st century. Palgrave Macmillan (monograph).
  • (2017) The EU and South Africa's strategic partnership: Waning affection, persisting economic interests? South African Journal of International Affairs (with Sven Grimm)
  • (2016) China in Africa: What challenges for a reforming European Development Policy? Illustrations from Country Cases, Development Policy Review (with Sven Grimm)
  • (2015) Not as bad as it seems: EU and US democracy promotion faces China in Africa, Democratization 22(3), 419-437
  • (2015) It’s domestic politics, stupid! The EU's good governance strategies meet African authoritarian regimes, World Development, vol. 75, 85–96
  • (2013) Small Carrots, few Stick: EU good governance promotion in sub-Saharan Africa, in: Cambridge Review on International Affairs (with Tanja Börzel)
  • (2013) Aid donor meets strategic partner? The European Union’s and China’s relations with Ethiopia, in: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 42(1), 7-36
  • (2012) European Engagement with Emerging Actors in Development: Forging new Partnerships? in: Grimm et al (eds.): The European Union and Global Development. An enlightened superpower in the making? Palgrave McMillan (with Sven Grimm)

 

Andere Publikationen

  • (2020) What the EU should do for democracy support in Africa: ten proposals for a new strategic initiative in times of polarization (DIE Discussion Paper 14/2020) (with Julia Leininger and Karina Mross)
  • (2015; 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019) EU-Africa relations. Africa Yearbook. Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara, Eds. Andreas Mehler, Henning Melber, Sebastian Elischer (with Niels Keijzer)
  • From damage control to sustainable development: European development policy under the next EU budget, (Briefing Paper 7/2018) (with Svea Koch, Niels Keijzer, Julian Bergmann)
  • EU budget reform: opportunities and challenges for global sustainable development, (Briefing Paper 4/2018) (with Julian Bergmann, Niels Keijzer, Svea Koch)
  • G20 and Africa - ready for a steady partnership? published on G20 Insights, May 2017 (with Neuma Gobbelaar, Adolf Kloke-Lesch, Julia Leininger and Elizabeth Sidiropoulos)
  • (2017) Stabilität durch Entwicklung und Demokratie: eine neue Afrika-Politik für Deutschland und Europa (with Tilman Altenburg and Stephan Klingebiel) in: Wolfgang Ischinger / Dirk Messner (Hrsg.), Deutschlands neue Verantwortung: die Zukunft der deutschen und europäischen Außen-, Entwicklungs- und Sicherheitspolitik, Berlin: Econ, 356-359
  • (2016) EU good governance policies in a changing international context. Study commissioned by the European Parliament (DEVE Committee), https://www.die-gdi.de/uploads/media/EXPO_STU_2016 _578012_EN.pdf
  • (2016) The EU’s Global Strategy: making democracy and human rights a key priority, European Think Tank Policy Briefing (with Clare Castillejo)
  • (2016) The EU’s Global Strategy: putting sustainability at the heart of EU external action, European Think Tank Policy Briefing (with Svea Koch, Mikaela Gavas, Simon Maxwell and James Mackie)
  • (2016) Towards a “Sustainable Development Union”: why the EU must do more to implement the 2030 Agenda; DIE Briefing Paper (with I. Scholz, A. Kloke-Lesch, S. Koch, I. Niestroy)
  • (2014) The EU and its partners on development: how strategic on the ground? (Policy Brief 13) (with Clare Castillejo), (case study: EU and rising powers in Mozambique)
  • (2014) China's cooperation with Africa und Latin America, in: Doris Fischer (ed) Country Report China, Bonn: Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung (with Sven Grimm, in German)
  • (2013) Why emerging economies will play a decisive role in shaping the post-2015 debate, Briefing Paper, Bonn: German Development Institute (with Heiner Janus)
  • (2011) Competing for development? The European Union and China in Ethiopia, Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University (Discussion paper)
  • (2011) European good governance policies meet China in Africa: insights from Angola and Ethiopia, European Development Cooperation to 2020 (EDC2020) 10/2011 (Working Paper)

 

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