Publikationen

Publikationen


A. Editor

 

A.1. Journals

 

1. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen (editor in chief from 2010-2014), Baden-Baden: Nomos.

 

A.2. Book series

 

3. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen - Readers (with Carlo Masala and Marina Karbowski), Baden-Baden: Nomos.

 

2. Politik und Gesellschaft des Nahen Ostens (with Martin Beck, Cilja Harders and Annette Jünemann), Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag.

 

1. Politiken der Sicherheit (with Mathias Albert, Thorsten Bonacker and Thomas Diez), Baden-Baden: Nomos.

 

A.3. Other

 

1. Working Paper Series of the Israeli-European Policy Network (with Christoph Moosbauer, Ralf Hexel and Roby Nathanson), Tel Aviv: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, www.iepn.org.

 

B. Books

 

B.1. Peer-reviewed

 

B.1.1. Monographs

 

2. World Society and the Middle East: Reconstructions in Regional Politics, Houndsmill: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

 

1. EU Foreign and Interior Policies: Cross-Pillar Politics and the Social Construction of Sovereignty, London and New York: Routledge, 2007.

 

In preparation

 

1. Theorie sozialer Konflikte: Handbuch konstruktivistische Konfliktforschung (working title), multi-author monograph of the DFG-Research Network Constructivist Conflict Studies.

 

B.1.2. Edited Volumes /Special Issues

 

5. Sociological Perspectives on International Organizations and the Construction of Global Political Order (ed. with Martin Koch), Special Issue, Journal of International Organization Studies, 2013.

 

4. Ordnung und Wandel in der Weltpolitik: Konturen einer Soziologie der internationalen Beziehungen (ed.), Sonderband 28, Leviathan: Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013.

 

3. The Middle East and Globalization: Encounters and Horizons (ed.), New York: Palgrave, 2012.

 

2. The European Union and Border Conflicts: Assessing the Impact of Integration and Association (ed. with Thomas Diez and Mathias Albert), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

 

1. Territorial Conflicts in World Society: Modern Systems Theory, International Relations and Conflict Studies (ed.), London and New York: Routledge, 2007.

 

B.2. Other books (not peer-reviewed)

 

9. To Live in World Society to Govern in the World State (ed.), Festschrift on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Universität der Bundeswehr München, München: Universität der Bundeswehr München, 2014.

 

8. Mit Sicherheit unsicher? Sicherheit und Konflikt in den internationalen Beziehungen, ZIB-Readers 2 (ed. with Marina Karbowski and Carlo Masala), Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2014.

 

7. Was die EU im Innersten zusammenhält: Debatten zur Legitimität und Effizienz supranationalen Regierens, ZIB-Readers 1 (ed. with Carlo Masala and Marina Karbowski), Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2011.

 

6. Der Nahe Osten im Umbruch: Zwischen Transformation und Autoritarismus (ed. with Martin Beck, Cilja Harders and Annette Jünemann), Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag, 2009.

 

5. Renewing the Middle East: Climate Changes in Security and Energy and the New Challenges for EU-Israeli Relations (ed. with Roby Nathanson), Tel Aviv and Brussels: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2008.

 

4. The Middle East Under Fire? EU-Israel Relations in a Region between War and Conflict Resolution (ed. with Roby Nathanson), Tel Aviv and Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2007.

 

3. The Monitor of the EU-Israel Action Plan (ed. with Roby Nathanson), Tel Aviv and Wien: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2006.

 

2. The Israeli European Policy Network Reader (ed. with Roby Nathanson), Tel Aviv: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2005.

 

1. Jerusalem and Berlin: Challenges and Contradictions, Divided Cities in Transition II (ed. with Michèle Auga, Shlomo Hasson and Rami Nasrallah), Jerusalem: Al-Manar Press, 2005.

 

C. Journal Articles and Book Chapters

 

C.1. Peer-reviewed

 

C.1.1. Journals

16. ‘Regional Variations of and Regional Variations within Functional Differentiation – The Middle East and World Society’ (with Mathias Albert), in Nicolas Hayoz and Rudolf Stichweh (ed.), Variants of Differentiation in the Regions of World Society, Special Issue, Soziale Systeme (forthcoming).

 

15. ‘World Politics and Conflict Systems: The Communication of „No“ and Its Effects’, in Horizons of Politics, 5, 12, 43-67.

 

14. ‚Ordnung und Wandel in der Weltpolitik: Konturen einer „Soziologie der Internationalen Beziehungen“’, in Stephan Stetter (ed.) Ordnung und Wandel in der Weltpolitik: Grundzüge einer Soziologie der internationalen Beziehungen, Special Issue, Leviathan: Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013, 11-57.

 

13. ‘Sociological Perspectives on International Organizations and the Construction of Global Political Order: An Introduction’ (with Martin Koch), in Stephan Stetter (ed. with Martin Koch) Sociological Perspectives on International Organizations and the Construction of Global Political Order, Special Issue, Journal of International Organization Studies, 2013, 4-13.

 

12. ‘The EU as a Structured Power: Organizing EU Foreign Affairs within the Structural Environment of World Politics’, in Stephan Stetter (ed. with Martin Koch) Sociological Perspectives on International Organizations and the Construction of Global Political Order, Special Issue, Journal of International Organization Studies, 2013, 54-71.

 

11. ‚Legitimitätspolitik in trans- und internationalen Konflikten: Dynamiken internationaler conflict governance am Beispiel des israelisch-palästinensischen Konfliktes‘, in Christopher Daase, Anna Geis and Frank Nullmeier (ed.) Der Aufstieg der Legitimitätspolitik: Rechtfertigung und Kritik politisch-ökonomischer Ordnungen, Special Issue, Leviathan: Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft, 2012.

10. ‘Conflicts about Water: Securitisation in a Global Context’ (with Eva Herschinger, Thomas Teichler and Mathias Albert), Cooperation and Conflict, 46, 4, 2011, 441-459.

9. ‘On Order and Conflict: International Relations and the “Communicative Turn”’, (with Mathias Albert and Oliver Kessler), Special Issue, Review of International Studies, 2008, 43-68.

 

8. ‘The European Union and Border Conflicts: The Transformative Power of Integration’, (with Thomas Diez and Mathias Albert), International Organization, 60, 3, 2006, 563-593.

 

7. ‘Of Separate and Joint Universes: National Parliamentary Elections in Israel and Palestine’, Mediterranean Politics, 11, 3, 2006, 425-432.

 

6.  ‘Theorising the European Neighbourhood Policy: Debordering and Rebordering in the Mediterranean’, EUI Working Papers, RSCAS No. 2005/34, European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Mediterranean Programme Series: Florence.

 

5. ‘The Politics of De-Paradoxification in Euro-Mediterranean Relations: Semantics and Structures of “Cultural Dialogue”’, Mediterranean Politics, 10, 3, 2005, 331-348.

 

4. ‘Cross Pillar Politics: Functional Unity and Institutional Fragmentation of EU Foreign Policies’, Journal of European Public Policy, 11, 3, 2004, 720-739.

 

3. ‘Democratisation without Democracy: The Implementation of EU Assistance for Democratisation Processes in Palestine’, Mediterranean Politics, 8, 3, 2003,153-173 also published in Annette Jünemann (ed.) Euro-Mediterranean Relations after September 11. International, Regional and Domestic Dynamics, London: Frank Cass, 2003, 153-173.

 

2. ‘Torn between Reform and Stagnation: An Institutionalist Analysis of the MEDA Programme’, EUI Working Papers, RSCAS No. 2004/43, European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Mediterranean Programme Series: Florence.

 

1. ‘Regulating Migration: Authority Delegation in Justice and Home Affairs’, Journal of European Public Policy, 7, 1, 2000, 80-103.

 

Currently under review

 

1. ‘Modern Female Subjectivities and the Spatial Negotiation of Gender Norms: Global/Local Interplays and Everyday Tactics of Mobility in Higher Education in Turkey’ (with Emine Gökcen Yüksel and Jochen Walter)

 

In preparation

 

6. ‘The Name’s Bond, James Bond: 007, England and Global Political Order’ (with Eva Herschinger).

 

5. ‘Social Evolution and International Politics’ (with Mathias Albert, Hauke Brunkhorst and Iver B. Neumann)

 

4. ‘Global Energy Imaginaries and the Emerging Gas Market in the Eastern Mediterranean: Between Securitization and Functional Differentiation’

 

3. ‘Individual and Human Rights and Political Order in World Society’ (with Jochen Walter).

 

2. ‘Frozen Crossings and Hot Contestations in the Middle East: Historical Social Theory and the Study of Conflict in World Society’.

 

1. ‘Salvation from the Outer Rim? The Crisis of IR Theory and What Grand Social Theory Can Do in Ameliorating It’

 

C.1.2. Peer-reviewed Book chapters

 

9. ‘Embedding Regional Integration in the Fabric of a Differentiated World Society and a Differentiated System of World Politics’ (with Mathias Albert), in Boris Holzer, Fatima Kastner and Tobias Werron (ed.), From Globalization to World Society: Neo-Institutional and Systems-Theoretical Perspectives, London: Routledge, 61-82.

 

8. ‘Some Quanta of Solace: World Politics in the Era of Functional Differentiation’, in Mathias Albert, Barry Buzan and Michael Zürn (ed.) Bringing Sociology to IR: World Politics as Differentiation Theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

 

7. ‘The Middle East and Globalisation: Encounters with the Fractures and Horizons of World Society’, in Stephan Stetter (ed.) The Middle East and Globalisation: Encounters and Horizons, New York: Palgrave, 2012.

6. ‘Global Conflict Governance in the Middle East: World Society, Conflict Management in Lebanon and the International Crisis Group’ (with Mitra Moussa Nabo), in Stephan Stetter (ed.) The Middle East and Globalisation: Encounters and Horizons, New York: Palgrave, 2012.

5. ‘Introduction’, (with Thomas Diez and Mathias Albert), in Thomas Diez, Mathias Albert and Stephan Stetter (ed.) The European Union and Border Conflicts: Assessing the Impact of Integration and Association, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, 1-12.

 

4. ‘The Transformative Power of Integration: Conceptualizing Border Conflicts’, (with Thomas Diez and Mathias Albert), in Thomas Diez, Mathias Albert and Stephan Stetter (Hrsg.) The European Union and Border Conflicts: Assessing the Impact of Integration and Association, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, 13-32.

 

3. ‘Conclusion’, (with Thomas Diez and Mathias Albert), in Thomas Diez, Mathias Albert and Stephan Stetter (ed.) The European Union and Border Conflicts: Assessing the Impact of Integration and Association, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, 220-236.

 

2. ‘Introduction: Points of Encounter’, in Stephan Stetter (ed.) Territorial Conflicts in World Society: Modern Systems Theory, International Relations and Conflict Studies, London and New York: Routledge, 2007, 1-17.

 

1. ‘Regions of Conflict in World Society: The Place of the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa’, in Stephan Stetter (ed.) Territorial Conflicts in World Society: Modern Systems Theory, International Relations and Conflict Studies, London and New York: Routledge, 2007, 37-53

 

Currently under review

 

1. ‘Actorhood in World Politics: The Dialectics of Agency/Structure in the World Polity’ (with Mathias Albert), in Gunther Hellmann and Knud Erik Jørgensen (ed.) Theorizing Foreign Policy in a Globalized World.

 

C.1.3. Handbook Entries

 

3. ‘Globalization’, in Felix Berenskoetter (ed.), Handbook on Concepts in IR, Thousand Oaks: Sage (forthcoming).

 

2. ‘Soziologische Ansätze in den Internationalen Beziehungen’, in Frank Sauer und Carlo Masala (ed.), Handbuch Internationale Beziehungen, Wiesbaden: VS-Springer (forthcoming).

 

1. ‘Diplomacy in the Middle East’, in Costas Constantinou; Pauline Sharp and Paul Sharp  SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy, London: Sage (forthcoming).

 

In preparation

 

2. ‘Changing Geopolitical Traditions in the Middle East’ in David Newman (ed.), Handbook of Geopolitcs, Cheltenham:  Elgar.

 

1. ‘Naher und Mittlerer Osten’, in Simon Koschut (ed.), Handbuch Regionen und Regionalismus in den Internationalen Beziehungen, Wiesbaden: VS-Springer.

 

C.2. Not peer-reviewed

 

29. ‘Individuelle Rechte und Menschenrechte in den arabischen Staaten seit Beginn des Transformationsprozesses: Zur Bedeutung von Inklusion/Exklusion als gesellschaftlicher Leitdifferenzierung’, in Maria-Dara Cojocaru and Michael Reder (ed.), Zur Praxis der Menschenrechte, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer (forthcoming).

 

28. ‘Ordnung, Selbst und Andere: James Bond und die international Politik’ (with Eva Herschinger), in Ulrich Hamenstädt (ed.), Politische Theorie im Film, Wiesbaden: VS-Springer (forthcoming).

 

27. ‘”Gedanklich im Jahre 1850”’ (with Jan Busse), IPG Schwerpunkt des Monats: Samuel Huntington Revisited, Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft, http://www.ipg-journal.de/schwerpunkt-des-monats/samuel-huntington-revisited/artikel/detail/gedanklich-im-jahre-1850-792/.

 

26. ‘Global Energy Governance and Gas Discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean’, in Ayla Gürel, Harry Tzimitras and Hubert Faustmann (ed.), East Mediterranean Hydrocarbons: Geopolitical Perspectives, Markets, and Regional Cooperation, PCC Report 3/2014, Nicosia: PRIO Cyprus, 98-109.

 

25. ‘Exzellenz jenseits des SSCI: Zum 20. Geburtstag der Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen’ (with Bernhard Zangl), Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, 14, 2, 2014.

 

24. ‘OECD Guidelines’, in Roby Nathanson and Itamar Gazala (eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility in the EU and in Israel: Corporate Cultures regarding Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and their Impact on Conflict Resolution, IEPN Working Papers, 2014.

 

23. ‘Leben in der Weltgesellschaft, Regieren im Weltstaat: Einleitende Bemerkungen’, in Stephan Stetter (Hrsg.), To Live in World Society to Govern in the World State, Festschrift on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Universität der Bundeswehr München, München: Universität der Bundeswehr München, 2014.

 

22. ‘Sicherheit und Konflikt in den Internationalen Beziehungen’ (with Marina Karbowski and Carlo Masala), in Marina Karbowski, Carlo Masala and Stephan Stetter (ed.), Mit Sicherheit unsicher? Sicherheit und Konflikt in den internationalen Beziehungen, ZIB-Readers 2, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2014.

 

21. ‘Inklusion/Exklusion oder Demokratie in der globalen Ordnung?’, in Renate Martinsen (ed.) Ordnungsbildung und Entgrenzung: Wandel von Demokratie, Wiesbaden: VS, 2014, 123-146.

 

20. ‚Gouvernementalität in Palästina und die Weltgesellschaft‘, (with Jan Busse), in Andreas Vasilache (ed.) Foucault, der Staat und die Internationale Politik, Stuttgart: Franz-Steiner Verlag, 2013.

 

19. ‚Kalt erwischt: Israelische und palästinensische Reaktionen auf den Arabischen Frühling‘, in Annette Jünemann (ed.) Arabellions: Zur Vielfalt von Protest und Revolte im Nahen Osten und Nordafrika, Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag, 2013, 135-158.

 

18. ‚Die Internationale Gesellschaft und die Menschenrechte: Weltpolitische Veränderungen nach dem Ende des Kalten Krieges‘, in Thomas Bohrmann and Axel Schilling (ed.) Handbuch Militärische Berufsethik, Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag, 2013, 217-236.

 

17. ‘ Legitimität und Effizienz europäischen Regierens: Einleitende Bemerkungen’, in Stephan Stetter, Carlo Masala and Marina Karbowski (ed.) Was die EU im Innersten zusammenhält: Debatten zur Legitimität und Effizienz supranationalen Regierens, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2011: 1-18.

 

16. ‚Einleitung: Politikwissenschaftliche Forschung zu Transformation und Politik im Nahen Osten zwischen Theorie und Empirie’, in Martin Beck, Cilja Harders, Annette Jünemann and Stephan Stetter (ed.), Der Nahe Osten im Umbruch: Zwischen Transformation und Autoritarismus, Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag, 2009, 7-23.

 

15. ‚Die globale Konstruktion des Nahen Ostens: Eine weltgesellschaftstheoretische Verortung Palästinas und Jerusalems’, in Martin Beck, Cilja Harders, Annette Jünemann and Stephan Stetter (ed.), Der Nahe Osten im Umbruch: Zwischen Transformation und Autoritarismus, Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag, 2009, 227-252.

 

14. ‘Israeli-Palestinian Relations and the Prospects for Conflict or Peace’, in Eduard Soler i Lecha and Fadela Hidali (ed.), VII Seminario Internacional Sobre Seguridad y Defensa en el Mediterráneo: Conflictos Regionales y Estrategias de Seguridad, Barcelona: Fondació CIDOB and Ministerio de Defensa, 2009, 117-121.

 

13. ‚Territories We Make and Unmake: The Social Construction of Borders in the Age of Globalization’, Harvard International Review, September 2008, http://www.harvardir.org/articles/1754/

 

12. ‘Entgrenzung von Politikfeldern in der Weltgesellschaft? Eine Bedrohung für die Demokratie?’ in André Brodocz, Marcus Llanque and Gary Schaal (ed.), Bedrohungen der Demokratie, Wiesbaden: VS  Verlag, 2008, 99-118.

 

11. ‘The Barcelona Process – Union for the Mediterranean: Assessing its Impact for Euro-Mediterranean and EU-Israeli Relations’ in Roby Nathanson and Stephan Stetter (ed.), Renewing the Middle East: Climate Changes in Security and Energy and the New Challenges for EU-Israeli Relations, Tel Aviv and Brüssel: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 120-138.

 

10. ‘Introduction’ (with Roby Nathanson) in Roby Nathanson and Stephan Stetter (Hg.), Renewing the Middle East: Climate Changes in Security and Energy and the New Challenges for EU-Israeli Relations, Tel Aviv and Brüssel: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 1-15.

 

9. ‚Introduction’ (with Roby Nathanson), in Roby Nathanson and Stephan Stetter (ed.), The Middle East Ander Fire? EU-Israel Relations in a Region between War and Conflict Resolution, Tel Aviv and Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2007,12-18.

 

8. ‘Viele Weltgesellschaften, viele Konflikte? Zur Rolle von „Konflikt“ in Weltgesellschaftstheorien’ (with Mathias Albert), in Thorsten Bonacker and Christoph Weller (ed.), Konflikte in der Weltgesellschaft, Frankfurt and New York, 2006: Campus, 49-76.

 

7. ‚Introduction’ (with Roby Nathanson), in Roby Nathanson and Stephan Stetter (ed.) The Monitor of the EU-Israel Action Plan, Tel Aviv and Wien: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2006, 11-16.

 

6. ‘Introduction’ (with Michèle Auga, Shlomo Hasson and Rami Nasrallah), in Michèle Auga, Shlomo Hasson, Rami Nasrallah and Stephan Stetter (ed.) Jerusalem and Berlin: Challenges and Contradictions, Divided Cities in Transition II, Jerusalem: Al-Manar Press, 2005, xi-xxiii.

 

5. ‘Berlin between Integration, Cooperation and Division’ (edited and compiled by Stephan Stetter and Lena Schulz zur Wiesch), in Michèle Auga, Shlomo Hasson, Rami Nasrallah and Stephan Stetter (ed.) Jerusalem and Berlin: Challenges and Contradictions, Divided Cities in Transition II, Jerusalem: Al-Manar Press, 2005, 229-273.

 

4. ‘Dynamics of EU Foreign Policies from Maastricht to the Draft Constitution’, Young Europeans for Security, available on http://www.yes-dk.dk/YES/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=173 .

 

3. ‘The European Union and the Transformation of Border Conflicts: Theorising the Impact of Integration and Association’ (with Thomas Diez and Mathias Albert), Working Papers Series in EU Border Conflicts Studies, 2004, Birmingham: University of Birmingham, working paper 1, http://euborderconf.bham.ac.uk .

 

2. ‘The World is not Enough: Territorial Conflicts and Borders Meet Functional Differentiation’, Working Papers of the Institute for World Society Studies, University of Bielefeld, http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/soz/iw/papers.htm .

 

1. ‘Jerusalem-Berlin Forum: Foreword to Part Two’, in Avraham Friedman and Rami Nasrallah (ed.) Divided Cities in Transition, Jerusalem: Al-Manar Press, 2003, 235-23.

 

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Prof. Dr. Stephan Stetter

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Prof. Dr. Stephan Stetter