Dr. André Härtel (ext.)

André Härtel, Dr. phil.
André Härtel

Research Interests

  • Foreign Policy Analysis
  • International Organizations and Multilateralism
  • East European Domestic Politics and Transition Studies
  • International Relations of the Post-Soviet Space
  • EU Foreign Policy and European Security Orders

Curriculum Vitae

  • Since 10/21 Associate, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik/ German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Berlin
  • 10/2020–6/2021 Guest Researcher at the Centre for OSCE Research (CORE) of the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg
  • Since 10/2020 Part-Time Lecturer, Political Science Department, Chair of International Relations, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
  • 9/2015–06/2020 DAAD Lecturer and Team Leader, Program “German and European Studies” (DES), National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA), Kyiv (Ukraine)
  • 9/2012–3/2015 Political Advisor, Department for Political Planning, Council of Europe, Strasbourg (France)
  • 05/2011 PhD (Dr. phil.), International Relations, Faculty for Social and Behavioural Sciences, Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany), Dissertation: „Internal Transformation and Foreign Policy Behaviour: Ukraine’s EU and WTO Policy (1998-2009)“ (in German)
  • 10/2010–8/2015 Assistant Professor, International Relations, (Chair: Prof. Dr. Rafael Biermann), Friedrich Schiller University Jena
  • 10/2007–05/2008 „Visiting PhD Student“, Department for International Relations, Politics & Sociology, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford (GB)
  • 06/2006–09/2007 Project Coordinator, DAAD-funded M.A. Program „German and European Studies“ (DES), National University Kyiv Mohyla-Academy (NaUKMA), Kyiv (Ukraine)

Recent Publications

  • ‘Welche Art von Akteur? Die Handlungsfähigkeit der EU im Ukraine-Konflikt’, in: Heinemann-Grüder, Andreas/ Crawford, Claudia/ Peters, Tim B. (Hrsg.), Was lehrt der Ukraine-Konflikt? Krisen vorbeugen, Gewalt verhindern, Opladen 2021.
  • (with Anton Pisarenko and Andreas Umland), ‘The OSCE’s Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine: The SMM’s Work in the Donbas and Its Critique in 2014-2019’, in: Security and Human Rights Monitor, online in 2021, S. 1-34.
  • (with David Gallbreath and Stefan Wolff), ‘Towards a More Strategic Relationship: Strengthening the OSCE through Enhanced EU-OSCE Cooperation’, IFSH OSCE Inside Papers, Nr. 3 (2021).
  • (with Frank Evers and Marietta König), Enhancing Cooperation Between the OSCE and the Council of Europe, OSCE Insights Paper 9, Baden-Baden 2020.
  • ‘El Sistema Político Ucraniano Cuatro Años Después de Maidan: Cuánto Cambio y Capacidad de Reforma?’, in: Sören Jens Brinkmann (Hrsg.), Entre Easte y Oeste: Estado, Naćion y Conflicto en la Ucraina Contemporánea, Bogota 2020. (im Erscheinen)
  • ‘The EU Member States and the Crisis in Ukraine: Towards an Eclectic Explanation’, in: Romanian Journal of European Affairs, Jg. 19, Nr. 2 (2019).
  • ‘A New Momentum for Settling the Donbas Conflict?’, in: Russian Analytical Digest, Nr. 240 (2019).
  • ‘Ukraine‘, in: Arthur Benz, Stephan Bröchler, Hans-Joachim Lauth (eds.), Handbuch zur Europäischen Verfassungsgeschichte im 20. Jh, Bd. 5 (ab 1989), Bonn 2017.
  • ‘Passing the Buck or Dividing the Work? The United Kingdoms Foreign Policy and the Ukraine Crisis’, in: The Ideology & Politics Journal, Special Issue on ‘EU Member State’s National Perspectives on the “Ukraine Crisis”’, Jg. 7, Nr. 1 (2017).

Teaching Experiences

  • Over 60 lecture series, seminars and colloquia at FSU Jena and NaUKMA Kyiv, mainly in the field of International Relations, European Studies, Comparative Political Systems and Qualitative Research Methods. For more info see attachment [pdf, 158 kb].

Habilitation Project

  • „Russian and Turkish Perspectives on the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU”