Subject area Political Science
Die Brost-Bibliothek. Impulse aus dem Ruhrgebiet
Edited by Prof. Bodo Hombach in his function as President of the Brost-Akademie The Brost Academy aims to be a source of impulses for the Ruhr region and beyond. In its projects, events and publications, it brings together people who set new trends with innovative ideas and creative solutions and develop an impact beyond the region. The Brost-Bibliothek makes the best of these available to a broad public. The series features renowned academics, journalists and publicists whose contributions are dedicated to current social, political and cultural issues that are particularly relevant to the Ruhr region but are also discussed nationally and internationally. In doing so, the authors trace the underlying challenges and develop solution-oriented recommendations for action, for the Ruhr region and beyond.
East Asian Politics: Regional and Global Dynamics
Edited by Prof. Dr Dr Nele Noesselt The book series publishes cutting-edge research on dynamic changes in and recent development trends of East Asian politics. The series follows a multilevel framework of analysis: It examines the impact of global power shifts and the transformation of the international system on (domestic) politics in East Asia.
Politik begreifen: Schriften zu theoretischen und empirischen Problemen der Politikwissenschaft
Studienreihe der Forschungsgruppen des Kölner Forums für Internationale Beziehungen und Sicherheitspolitik e. V. (KFIBS)
Published by KFIBS – Kölner Forum für Internationale Beziehungen und Sicherheitspolitik e. V., represented by Dr. phil. Sascha Arnautović, Chairman of the Association. The study series comprises scholarly outputs arising directly from the KFIBS research groups, which are to be made accessible to a broad public. The studies contained in this series are both scientifically oriented and designed as policy advisory studies (and thus practice-oriented). The unique selling point of the study series is the exclusive inclusion of authors from young academics in the humanities and social sciences, who are to be given their own (critical) voice in the German academic world through this KFIBS publication series.