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Lehrstuhl für Global Governance

Publications

Schneiker, Andrea

Monographs (*peer reviewed)

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  • 2018 *Private Security and Identity Politics. Ethical Hero Warriors, Professional Managers and New Humanitarians. Routledge (Routledge Private Security Studies) (with Jutta Joachim).
  • 2016 Sicherheit in den Internationalen Beziehungen. Theoretische Perspektiven und aktuelle Entwicklungen. VS Verlag (Elemente der Politik).
  • 2015 *Humanitarian NGOs, (In)Security and Identity: Epistemic Communities and Security Governance. Ashgate/Routledge (Global Security in a Changing World).
  • 2009 Die Selbst- und Koregulierung privater Sicherheits- und Militärfirmen. Nomos (Demokratie, Sicherheit, Frieden Bd. 193).

Edited Volumes (*peer reviewed)

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  • 2019  Humanitäre Hilfe im Kontext komplexer humanitärer Krisen: Baustein für den
    Frieden oder gefangen zwischen den Fronten? Special Issue of Die Friedens-
    Warte. Journal of International Peace and Organization (ed. Together with Dennis
    Dijkzeul), 92 (1-2)
  • 2018  Transnational Expertise. Internal Cohesion and External Recognition of Expert
    Groups. Nomos (Transnational Perspectives on Transformations in State and
    Society Bd. 3) (edited together with Christian Henrich-Franke, Robert Kaiser,
    Christian Lahusen).
  • 2017 *Researching non-state actors in international security: theory & practice.
    Routledge (Routledge Critical Security Studies Series) (edited together with
    Andreas Kruck)

Journal Articles (double-blind peer reviewed)

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  • 2021 Linking pins as drivers of interagency cooperation: humanitarian NGOs and
    security networks. Globalizations, 18(4): 600-616 (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2020 Militarization 2.0: Communication and the Normalization of Political Violence in theDigital Age. International Studies Review, https://doi.org/10.1093/isr/viaa035 (with:
     Susan T. Jackson, Rhys Crilley, Ilan Manor, Catherine Baker, Modupe Oshikoja,
    Jutta Joachim, Nick Robinson, Nicole Sunday Grove, Cynthia Enloe).
  • 2020 Populist Leadership: The Superhero Donald Trump as Savior in Times of Crisis.
    Political Studies 68(4): 857-874
  • 2020 Norm Sabotage: Conceptual Reflection on a Phenomenon That Challenges Well-Established Norms. International Studies Perspectives, https://doi.org/10.1093/isp/ekaa003
  • 2020 Why Trust You? Security Cooperation Within Humanitarian NGO Networks.
    Disasters 44(1):25-43.
  • 2019 How to Analyze Social Media? Assessing the Promise of Mixed-Methods Designs for Studying Twitter Feeds of PMSCs. International Studies Perspectives 20 (2): 188–200 (with Jutta Joachim, Magnus Dau, Marlen Martin, Henriette Lange).
  • 2019 The New Defenders of Human Rights? How Radical Right-Wing TNGOs Are Usingthe Human Rights Discourse to Promote Their Ideas. Global Society 33 (2):149-
    162.
  • 2019 Telling the Story of the Superhero and the Anti-Politician as President: Donald
    Trump’s Branding on Twitter. Political Studies Review 17 (3): 210-223.
  • 2019 Explaining variation in the implementation of global norms: Gender-mainstreaming
    of security in the OSCE and the EU. International Political Science Review 40: 5,
    613-626 (with Anne Jenichen and Jutta Joachim).
  • 2019 Hiding in Plain Sight: Private Military and Security Companies’ Use of Twitter as a Distraction Tool. Media, War & Conflict 12 (4): 483-503 (with Jutta Joachim,
    Magnus Dau, Marlen Martin, Henriette Lange).
  • 2018 Humanitarian NGOs as Norm Takers: The Translation of Vague International
    Norms as an Expression of Organizational Autonomy, Journal of International
    Organizations Studies 9 (1): 45-59 (with Charlotte Dany).
  • 2018 Neoliberale Legitimationsdiskurse der Privatisierung von Sicherheit in
    Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung 7: 1, 56-86 (with Jutta
    Joachim).
  • 2018 Twittering for Talent: Private Military and Security Companies Between Business
    and Military Branding. Contemporary Security Policy 39: 2, 298-316 (with Jutta
    Joachim, Marlen Martin, Henriette Lange, Magnus Dau), shortlisted for the Bernard
    Brodie Prize 2018.
  • 2018 “Gendering” European Security: Policy Changes, Reform Coalitions and
    Opposition in the OSCE. European Security 27: 1, 1-19 (with Anne Jenichen and
    Jutta Joachim).
  • 2018 Risk Aware or Risk Averse? Challenges in Implementing Security Risk
    Management within Humanitarian NGOs. Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy
    9: 2, 107-131.
  • 2018 Revisiting Global Governance in Multistakeholder Initiatives: Club Governance
    Based on Ideational Prealignments. Global Society 32: 1, 2-22 (with Jutta
    Joachim).
  • 2018 Humanitarian NGOs as Businesses and Managers: Theoretical Reflection on an
    Under-Explored Phenomenon. International Studies Perspectives 19: 2, 170–187
    (with Jutta Joachim).
  • 2017 Migration aus der Gewalt, als Gewalt und in die Gewalt. Konzeptionelle
    Überlegungen zum Zusammenhang von menschlicher Mobilität und politischer
    Gewalt. Die Friedens-Warte 91: 1-2, 127-150 (with André Bank and Christiane
    Fröhlich).
  • 2017 External networks and institutional idiosyncrasies: the Common Security and
    Defence Policy and UNSCR 1325 on women, peace and security. Cambridge
    Review of International Affairs 30: 1, 105-124 (with Jutta Joachim and Anne
    Jenichen).
  • 2017 The Political Dynamics of Human Mobility: Migration out of, as and into Violence.Global Policy 8: S1, 12-18 (with André Bank and Christiane Fröhlich).
  • 2017 NGOs as Norm Takers: Insider–Outsider Networks as Translators of Norms.
    International Studies Review 19: 3, 381-406.
  • 2015 NGOs and the Price of Governance: The Trade-Offs between Regulating and
    Criticizing Private Military and Security Companies. Critical Military Studies 1: 3,
    185-201 (with Jutta Joachim).
  • 2015 Humanitarian NGO Security Networks and Organisational Learning: Identity
    Matters and Matters of Identity. Voluntas. International Journal of Voluntary and
    Nonprofit Organizations 26: 1; 144-170.
  • 2014 Epistemische Gemeinschaften als Akteure transnationaler Governance:
    Humanitäre Sicherheitsexperten als Motor für Wandel. Zeitschrift für Internationale
    Beziehungen 01/2014 39-78.
  • 2014 All for One and One in All: PMSCs as Soldiers, Business Managers and
    Humanitarians. Cambridge Review of International Affairs 27: 2, 246-267 (with
    Jutta Joachim).
  • 2013 The vulnerable do-gooders: Security strategies of German aid agencies. Disasters 37:2, 244-266.
  • 2012 Of 'true professionals' and 'ethical hero warriors': A gender discourse analysis of private military and security companies. Security Dialogue 43: 6, 495-512 (with
    Jutta Joachim).
  • 2012 Private Sicherheits- und Militärfirmen: Ein Chamäleon der internationalen Politik. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung 1: 1, 37-64 (with Jutta Joachim).
  • 2012 Changing Discourses, Changing Practices? Gender Mainstreaming and Security. Comparative European Politics 10: 5, 528-563 (with Jutta Joachim).
  • 2012 New Humanitarians? Frame Appropriation through Private Military and Security
    Companies. Millennium: Journal of International Studies 40: 2, 365-388 (with Jutta
    Joachim).
  • 2011 Sicherheitskonzepte deutscher Hilfsorganisationen. Zwischen Identitätswahrung
    und Pragmatismus. Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik 4: 4, 627-644.
  • 2009 Terrorismus in Kolumbien und Mexiko? Präsidiale Diskurse über nichtstaatliche
    Gewaltakteure. Hamburg Review of Social Sciences 4: 2, 74-99.
  • 2009 Das Geschäft mit der Sicherheit: die Arbeit von Privaten Sicherheits- und
    Militärfirmen in Kriegs- und Nachkriegskontexten. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für
    Soziologie. Schwerpunktheft 35: 1, 75-96.
  • 2008 Die Selbstregulierung privater Sicherheits- und Militärfirmen als Instrument der
    Marktbeeinflussung. Sicherheit und Frieden 26: 4, 214-219.

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

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  • 2016 “The Issue of Gender and Armed Contractors.” In: Joakim Berndtsson and
    Christopher Kinsey (eds.): The Routledge Research Companion to Security
    Outsourcing. London/New York, 270-281 (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2016 “Private Sicherheits- und Militärfirmen.” In: Tobias Ide (ed.): Friedens- und
    Konfliktforschung, UTB, 261-285.
  • 2015 “The License to Exploit: PMSCs, Masculinities and Third Country Nationals.” In:
    Maya Eichler (ed.): Gender and Private Security in Global Politics. Oxford: Oxford
    University Press, 114-128. (with Jutta Joachim)

Policy Papers

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  • 2017 Assessing Meaning Construction on Social Media: A Case of Normalizing Militarism. Sipri Policy Brief (with Susan Jackson, Jutta Joachim, Nick Robinson)
  • 2016 Policy Paper on Private Military and Security Companies: Capacity Gained -
    Accountability Lost? Establishing a Better Political and Regulatory Framework. For
    Discussion at the 52nd Munich Security Conference. For Transparency International
    (with Elke Krahmann)

Non-Refereed Book Chapters

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  • 2020 “(Dis-)Empowered Military Masculinities? Recruitment of Veterans by PMSCs
    Through YouTube.” In: Moehlecke de Baseggio Eva; Schneider, Olivia; Szvircsev
    Tresch, Tibor (eds.): Social Media and the Armed Forces. Springer, 95-109 (with
    Jutta Joachim).
  • 2019 “Situating the Gender Mainstreaming Norm in Regional Organizations: Comparing the Incorporation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 in the EU and the OSCE.” In: Lars Engberg-Pedersen, Adam Moe Fejerskov, Signe Marie Cold-Ravnkilde
    (eds.): Rethinking Gender Equality in Global Governance. The Delusion of Norm
    Diffusion, Palgrave Macmillan, 97-120 (with Jutta Joachim and Anne Jenichen)
  • 2019 “NGOs and Post-Positivism: Two Likely Friends?” In: Thomas Davies (ed.):
    Routledge Handbook of NGOs and International Relations. London and New York:
    Routledge, 101-112 (with Jutta Joachim and Chris Nijhuis)
  • 2018 “Introduction.” In: Andrea Schneiker, Christian Henrich-Franke, Robert Kaiser and Christian Lahusen (eds.): Transnational Expertise. Internal Cohesion and External
    Recognition of Expert Groups. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 13-28 (with Christian Henrich-
    Franke, Robert Kaiser, Christian Lahusen)
  • 2018 “Conclusion.” In: Andrea Schneiker, Christian Henrich-Franke, Robert Kaiser and
    Christian Lahusen (eds.): Transnational Expertise. Internal Cohesion and External
    Recognition of Expert Groups. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 205-220 (with Christian
    Henrich-Franke, Robert Kaiser, Christian Lahusen)
  • 2017 “Researching non-state actors in international security – a multitude of challenges,
    a plurality of approaches.” In: Andreas Kruck and Andrea Schneiker (eds.):
    Researching non-state actors in international security: theory & practice. Routledge,
    1-13 (with Andreas Kruck)
  • 2016 “NGO-NGO Relations.” In: Rafael Biermann and Joachim A. Koops (eds.): Palgrave
    Handbook on Inter-organizational Relations in World Politics, Palgrave, 319-336
  • 2016 “Between marketisation and altruism. Humanitarian assistance, NGOs and Private Military and Security Companies.” In: Volker M. Heins, Kai Koddenbrock and
    Christine Unrau (eds.): Humanitarianism and Challenges of Cooperation,
    Routledge, 185-198 (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2015 “Humanitarian Assistance for Sale: Private Military and Security Companies in the Humanitarian Space.” In: Zeynep Sezgin and Dennis Dijkzeul (eds): The new
    humanitarians in international practice: Emerging actors and contested principles.
    Routledge, 192-209. (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2015 “Private Sicherheitsfirmen.” In: Thomas Jäger (ed.): Sicherheitsgefahren.
    Wiesbaden: VS Verlag. 449-457.
  • 2015 “Private Military and Security Companies.” In: Roger Mac Ginty and Jenny H.
    Peterson (eds.): Handbook on Humanitarian Action. Routledge, 228-240. (with Jutta
    Joachim)
  • 2013 “Von taffen Jungs und schwächelnden Soldaten: Feminismus und die Privatisierung von Sicherheit.“ In: Andreas Fischer-Lescano and Peter Mayer (eds.): Recht und Politik globaler Sicherheit. Bestandsaufnahme und Erklärungsansätze. Frankfurt am Main: Campus, 303-334. (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2013 “European countries and the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325.” In: Gülay Caglar, Elisabeth Prügl and Susanne Zwingel (eds.): Feminist Strategies in International Governance. New York/London: Routledge, 191-207. (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2012 “(Re)Masculinisation of Security? Gender and Private Military and Security
    Companies.” In: Linda Åhall and Laura J. Shepherd (eds.): Gender, Agency, and
    Political Violence. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 70-92. (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2012 “Warum so freundlich? Der Umgang von NGOs mit Privaten Sicherheits- und
    Militärfirmen.“ In: Christopher Daase, Philipp Offermann and Valentin Rauer (eds):
    Sicherheitskultur. Analysen zur sozialen Praxis der Gefahrenabwehr. Frankfurt am
    Main: Campus, 277-298. (with Jutta Joachim)
  • 2010 “Security Governance durch Verhaltenskodizes. Regulierungsmodi für private
    Sicher-heits- und Militärfirmen.“ In: Hans-Georg Ehrhart and Martin Kahl (eds):
    Security Governance in und für Europa. Konzepte, Akteure, Missionen. Baden-
    Baden: Nomos, 151-166.
  • 2009 “Statebuilding durch private Polizisten? Die Privatisierung von Polizeieinsätzen im Irak und in Afghanistan.“ In: Rafael Behr and Thomas Ohlemacher (eds.): Offene
    Grenzen – Polizieren in der Sicherheitsarchitektur einer post-territorialen Welt.
    Frankfurt am Main: Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft, 101-111.
  • 2007 “National Regulatory Regimes for PSMCs and their Activities: Benefits and
    Shortcomings.” In: Thomas Jäger and Gerhard Kümmel (eds.): Private Military and
    Security Companies.

Other Non-Refereed Publications

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  • 2019 “Einführung: Humanitäre Hilfe und Humanitäre Krisen” In Humanitäre Hilfe im
    Kontext komplexer humanitärer Krisen: Baustein für den Frieden oder gefangen
    zwischen den Fronten? Special Issue of Die Friedens-Warte. Journal of
    International Peace and Organization (ed. Together with Dennis Dijkzeul), 92 (1-2),
    7-24.
  • 2019 “Donald Trump: The Populist Political Superhero,” Guest Post on the Presidential
    Power Blog, 20 March 2019, http://presidential-power.com/?p=9388
  • 2017 “Privatisierung von Sicherheit - mehr Sicherheit für alle oder exklusive Sicherheit für wenige?“ Diagonal. Zeitschrift der Universität Siegen. Heft 38, 77-88
  • 2017 “Mit Sicherheit profitabel: Das Geschäft mit der Angst.“ Bundeszentrale für
    Politische Bildung, 10.10.2017, https://www.bpb.de/dialog/netzdebatte/248828/mitsicherheit-profitabel-das-geschaeft-mit-der-angst
  • 2016 “Privatisierung von Krieg? Problemfelder des Einsatzes privater Militär- und
    Sicherheitsfirmen in der modernen Kriegführung.“ Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte
    35-36: 39-44Themenheft “Moderne Kriegführung“. (with Elke Krahmann)
  • 2016 “Kommentar: Die richtig guten Gutmenschen. Private Initiativen fordern die
    etablierten Hilfsorganisationen heraus. Recht so!“ Internationale Politik und
    Gesellschaft. http://www.ipg-journal.de/kommentar/artikel/die-richtig-gutengutmenschen-1431/
  • 2015 “Internationale NGOs: Experten, Anwälte und Aktivisten.“ E+Z 10/2015, S. 21-23.
    (with Charlotte Dany)
  • 2007 “Private Polizisten – Statebuilder der Zukunft? Die Privatisierung von
    Polizeieinsätzen im Irak und in Afghanistan.“ Polizei & Wissenschaft. Heft 3/2007,
    46-51.
  • 2007 “Aus Söldnern werden Geschäftsleute: Die Marketingstrategien privater
    Militärfirmen.“ Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft. Heft 4/2007, 74-89.