Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Theories of International Relations
Published: Feb 09, 2018 by European Security
Authors: Anne Jenichen, Jutta Joachim, Andrea Schneiker
Subjects: Gender & Intersectionality Studies
We analyze the OSCE's gender policy in the field of security and argue that reform coalitions were crucial for policy changes in the OSCE but that they encountered institutional and ideational barriers, which hampered implementation of the gender policy.
Published: Feb 09, 2018 by Contemporary Security Policy
Authors: Jutta Joachim, Marlen Martin, Henriette Lange, Andrea Schneiker, Magnus Dau
Our content analysis of Twitter messages posted by two major United States-based companies — CACI and DynCorp International — shows that while both PMSCs amplify their business and military identities to attract the most talented personnel, they construct and communicate these identities in different ways with CACI branding itself as a sophisticated, modern, and patriotic business and DynCorp as a home-grown, traditional military provider.
Published: Feb 09, 2018 by Global Society
Authors: Andrea Schneiker, Jutta Joachim
We argue that cooperation in multistakeholder initiatives is shaped and conditioned by ideational prealignments of the participating actors. Such ideational prealignments are consequential, because they predetermine (1) the composition of multistakeholder forums, (2) the processes that govern these forums, (3) the results of these forums and (4) the relations among the collective actors who participate in these forums and the stakeholders they are deemed to represent.
Published: Feb 09, 2018 by Cambridge Review of International Affairs
Authors: Jutta Joachim, Andrea Schneiker, Anne Jenichen
This article analyses how the European Union integrated the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security.