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Wittke, Cindy: Lässt Peking sich einbinden?. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2021.
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2021 Other Publications Political Science Research Group
Wittke, Cindy: Between war and peace: Negotiating and implementing legitimate ceasefire agreements. In: Krieger, Heike (Hrsg.): Law-Making and Legitimacy in International Humanitarian Law. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021, S. 21.
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2021 Chapters in Edited Volumes Political Science Research Group
Wittke, Cindy: Between war and peace: Negotiating and implementing legitimate ceasefire agreements. In: Krieger, Heike (Hrsg.): Law-Making and Legitimacy in International Humanitarian Law.: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021, S. 335-356. 2021 Chapters in Edited Volumes Political Science Research Group
Burkhardt, Fabian/Dollbaum, Jan Matti: Belarus vor dem Referendum 2022: Verfassungsreform und Protestbereitschaft. In: Belarus-Analysen, 2021. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.31205/BA.058.01
2021 Online Publication/Blog posts Political Science Research Group
Burkhardt, Fabian: Foolproofing Putinism, or Why Mikhail Mishustin Might Be One of the Most Ambitious Prime Ministers in Recent Russian History. In: Russian Analytical Digest, 2021. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.3929/ethz-b-000477859
2021 Online Publication/Blog posts Political Science Research Group
Burkhardt, Fabian: The Framing of the "Ukraine crisis" in German political talk shows 2013- 2014 (data set). Discuss Data, 2021. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.48320/FC59ACC8-DC90-45C1-B5D5-A2B412100028
2021 Other Publications Political Science Research Group
Burkhardt, Fabian/Kazakevich, Andrei/Shmatsina, Katsiaryna: Four scenarios for Belarus by the end of 2022. In: Policy Paper Arbeitskreis Belarus, Berlin: Arbeitskreis Belarus 2021. (Open Access)
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2021 Discussion Papers Political Science Research Group
Burkhardt, Fabian: Der Fall Memorial: Ist das „Ausländische Agenten“-Gesetz reformierbar?. In: Russland-Analysen, 2021. (Open Access)
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2021 Online Publication/Blog posts Political Science Research Group
Burkhardt, Fabian: Institutionalizing Personalism: The Russian Presidency after Constitutional Changes. In: Russian Politics, 6, 1, 2021, S. 50-70. (Journal with Impact Factor, Refereed Journal, Open Access)
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DOI: 10.30965/24518921-00601004
2021 Journal Articles Political Science Research Group
Wittke, Cindy: Lässt Peking sich einbinden?. In: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung FAZ, 2021. (Open Access)
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2021 Online Publication/Blog posts Political Science Research Group
Bescotti, Elia: The Coronavirus Emergency in the Post-Soviet Breakaway Regions [Der Coronavirus-Notstand in den postsowjetischen abtrünnigen Regionen]. In: OstBlog Spezial. Corona in Ost- und Südost Europa, 2020. (Open Access)
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2020 Online Publication/Blog posts Political Science Research Group
Cindy, Wittke: Post-Soviet Conflict Potentials (introduction to special section). In: Europe-Asia Studies, 72, 2, 2020, S. 5. (Journal with Impact Factor, Refereed Journal)
DOI: 10.1080/09668136.2020.1732119
2020 Journal Articles Political Science Research Group
Wittke, Cindy: The Politics of International Law in the Post-Soviet Space – Do Georgia, Ukraine and Russia Speak International Law in International Politics Differently?. In: Europe-Asia Studies, 72, 2, 2020, S. 28. (Journal with Impact Factor, Refereed Journal)
DOI: 10.1080/09668136.2020.1732303
2020 Journal Articles Political Science Research Group
Burkhardt, Fabian: Verfassungsreform in Belarus: die EU und Russland setzen auf unterschiedliche Wege aus der Krise. In: Belarus-Analysen, 2020. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.31205/BA.052.03
2020 Online Publication/Blog posts Political Science Research Group
Bescotti, Elia: A Non-Resolution Limbo: Better Status Quo than Settled? Georgian Territorial Integrity, Russian Security Interests, and the Status of De Facto States in the Peace Process. [Eine nicht auflösende Schwebe: Besserer Status Quo als erledigt? Georgianische territoriale Integrität, russische Sicherheitsinteressen und der Status der De-facto-Staaten im Friedensprozess.]. In: OSCE Yearbook 2019, 2020, S. 151 - 162 (In: Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg / IFSH (Hrsg.) Yearbook on the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE Yearbook), 2019, Seite 151 - 162 1. Auflage 2020, ISBN print: 978-3-8487-6500-31). (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.5771/9783748906421-151
2020 Journal Articles Political Science Research Group

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