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2017

Theiner, Patrick (2017). "Donor Choice in Multilateral Health Aid" Journal of International Organizations Studies 8(1): 25-40. Download.

 

Donors of development aid for health face increasingly complex decisions when distributing their budgets. A significant portion of aid is still given bilaterally, but donors also have the choice of an expanding number of multilateral institutions. How do donors decide how large a share of their multilateral budget each available institution receives? I argue that donor states prefer to delegate and contribute to institutions with aid distribution preferences similar to their own. This similarity consists of two components: First, donors evaluate preference similarity by looking at their general political alignment with other member states of the institution. Second, donors weigh the overlap between their bilateral aid portfolios and the institution’s multilateral aid portfolio. Donors should dedicate larger shares of their overall multilateral budgets to institutions with similarly aligned members and portfolios. Using global public health institutions as a case study, the paper presents a set of empirical tests of these hypotheses based on time-series cross-sectional data on multilateral health aid given in the first decade of the 2000s. The analysis shows that greater alignment with member states does indeed lead to significantly increased contributions from donors but that the similarity of aid portfolios has no such effect. In delegating multilaterally, donors care more about who they share an institution with rather than how that institution spends its money.

2017

Jetschke, Anja (2017) Internationale Beziehungen. Eine Einf√ľhrung. T√ľbingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. ISBN: 9783823367444

 

Der Band richtet sich an Bachelor-Studierende der Politikwissenschaft, die das erste Mal eine Veranstaltung zu den internationalen Beziehungen belegen. Studierenden h√∂herer Semester dient die Einf√ľhrung als kompetentes und sachkundiges Nachschlagewerk, das Fakten und globale Trends in den Internationalen Beziehungen vermittelt, zentrale Konzepte und Theorien vorstellt und systematisch mit den wichtigsten Ph√§nomenen der Internationalen Beziehungen verbindet.

2017

 

Jetschke, Anja (2017) ASEAN: les réfugiés birmans et les droits de l'homme. in: politique étrangère, No. 2, 1-11.

 

2017

Jetschke, Anja (2017) What Drives Institutional Reforms in Regional Organisations? Diffusion, Contextual Conditions, and the Modular Design of ASEAN. In: TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, Online First, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/trn.2016.30 
What drives institutional reforms in regional organisations? And what explains the institutional design of ASEAN? Building on a more recent strand in the diffusion literature emphasising that diffusion rarely leads to convergence, the article makes two genuine contributions. First, it argues that members of regional organisations engage in modular adoption: they select institutional templates from a variety of regional as well as international organisations thereby taking advantage of available information on the costs and benefits of alternative institutions. Second, it argues that contextual conditions and cognitive priors influence what templates are chosen. The argument will be illustrated with a case study on ASEAN's adoption of a single market and a dispute settlement mechanism.

2017

 

Jetschke, Anja (2017) Review of: Democratic Participation in Armed Conflict: Military Involvement in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq, von Patrick Mello. In: Perspectives on Politics 15(1): 93-95.

 

2016

Jetschke, Anja (2016) Review von: Southeast Asia and the European Union: Non-Traditional Security Crises and Cooperation, In: Pacific Affairs, Vol 89, No. 2, June, 474f. Download.

2016

 

 

Egle, Julia (2016) Verrechtlichung der Internationalen Beziehungen - Staaten als Autoren, Adressaten und Wächter des Völkerrechts", Freiburg: Arnold-Bergstraesser-Instituts.

 

2016

 

Jetschke, Anja (2016) Regionalisierung im politikwissenschaftlichen Vergleich, In: Lauth, Hans-Joachim; Kneuer, Marianne; Pickel, Gert (Hrsg.): Handbuch Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, Wiesbaden: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-02993-7_67-1. Download.

 

2016

 

 

Jetschke, Anja; Katada, Saori N (2016) Asia. In: Börzel, Tanja A.; Risse, Thomas (Hrsg.): The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 225-248.

 

2015

Anja Jetschke, Amitav Acharya, Philippe De Lombaerde, Hiro Katsumata, T.J. Pempel (2015) Studying Asian and comparative regionalism through Amitav Acharya's work, International Relations of the Asia Pacific, 15(3), 537-566, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/irap/lcv005

 

The field of regionalism has been flourishing for some time. Amitav Acharya has been a persistent and powerful voice in the field, and he has contributed to and actively shaped paradigmatic debates within it. His theoretically sophisticated and contextually grounded approach to Southeast Asia's regional order and beyond has inspired countless scholars and better informed generations of students. A group of scholars, therefore, decided to discuss Acharya's contribution to the field of Asian and comparative regionalism more systematically with a view of the balance between disciplinary and area studies, ideas and institutions and non-Western international relations theorizing.

2015

 

Jetschke, A. (2015) 'Why Create a Regional Human Rights Regime? The ASEAN Inter-Governmental Commission for Human Rights', in: T. Börzel and V. van Huellen (eds) Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations. New York: Palgrave McMillan, pp. 107-24.

 

2015

  • Jetschke, Anja (2015) Rezension von: Fehrmann, Thomas J. 2014. Die Effektivit√§t interregionaler Kooperation. Eine vergleichende Untersuchung der Handlungsf√§higkeit von Regionalorganisationen am Beispiel von ASEAN, EU und MERCOSUR. Baden-Baden: Nomos-Verlag. 327 S., ‚ā¨ 69,-, in: Zeitschrift f√ľr Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft. DOI: 10.1007/s12286-015-0250-0, download.
  • Hasche, Thorsten (2015) Quo Vadis Politischer Islam? AKP, Al Qaida und Muslimbruderschaft in systemtheoretischer Perspektive, Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag.

 

2014

  • Jetschke, A. (2014) 'ASEAN as a regional organization: security conceptions and practices', in: S. Aris and A. Wenger (eds) Regional organisations and security: Conceptions and practices. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 81-98.
  • Jetschke, A. (2014) Regional Organizations and Peace Enforcement in Comparative Regional Perspective, FLACSO-ISA Joint Conference. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Jetschke, A. (2014) 'Francis Fukuyama: The end of history and the last man', in: S. Salzborn (ed) Klassiker der Sozialwissenschaften. 100 Schl√ľsselwerke im Portrait. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, pp. 348-52.
  • Jetschke, A. (2014) The EU as Diffusion Agent of Regional Integration? ‚Äď Latin America, Asia and Beyond, Paper presented at the FLACSO-ISA Joint Conference. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Jetschke, A. and Egle, J. (2014) Theoretisch stark, empirisch schwach?, Paper presented at the 4. Offene Sektionstagung Internationale Politik. Magdeburg.

2013

Jetschke, Anja and Tobias Lenz (2013)  'Does regionalism diffuse? A new research agenda for the study of regional organizations', Journal of European Public Policy 20(4): 626-637. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2012.762186

 

In the post-World War Two era, regional organizations have proliferated. The accompanying literature focuses on analysing the drivers and effects of regionalism, but has, to date, largely neglected a series of puzzling macro-phenomena: the marked spatial and temporal clustering of regional organizations, as well as similarities in their institutional design. This contribution argues that the existing approaches analyse regional organizations primarily as independent phenomena, whose genesis and design are seen as being determined either by dynamics internal to the region itself or by external forces such as powerful hegemons and globalizing pressures. Against this background, this research note argues for the broadening of existing analytical perspectives and sketches a diffusion-oriented research agenda that instead conceives of regional organizations as being interdependent.

 

2013

 

 

Jetschke, Anja and Andrea Liese (2013): 'The power of human rights a decade after: from euphoria to contestation?', in: T. Risse, S.C. Ropp and K. Sikkink (eds) The persistent power of human rights: From commitment to compliance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 26-42.

 

 

2013

  • Jetschke, Anja (2013)  'Regional integration support by the EU in Asia: Aims and prospects', in: T. Christiansen, E.J. Kirchner and P. Murray (eds) The EU-Asia Handbook. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 226-41.
  • Jetschke, Anja (2013): Governance transfer by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). A B2 case study report. Working Paper No. 50. SFB 700 Berlin. Download

2012

Jetschke, A. and Murray, P. (2012) : 'Diffusing regional integration: The EU and Southeast Asia', West European Politics 35(1): 174-91. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2012.631320

 

Given its distinctive structure and norms, is ASEAN's recent institutionalisation an instance of diffusion from the EU to ASEAN? Or do we observe adaptation to changes in the external and domestic environments of ASEAN states that are unrelated to, or independent of, the EU? Or is there some combination of both at work here ‚Äď diffusion and adaptation to changes that do not relate to the EU? This article argues that ASEAN members have started to adopt EU-style institutions, in particular, the EU's Committee of Permanent Representatives and economic integration processes. This adoption process can be conceived as both lesson-drawing and normative emulation from the EU. This has not led to a comprehensive and systematic copying of EU institutions by ASEAN. Rather, member states have acted selectively in line with their ‚Äėcognitive priors' about state sovereignty. We observe institutional change only, but not a change in behavioural practices.

2012

  • Jetschke, A. (2012): 'ASEAN', in: M. Beeson and R. Stubbs (eds) Handbook of Asian Regionalism. New York: Routledge, pp. 327-37.
  • Jetschke, A. and Portela, C. (2012): 'ASEAN-EU-Beziehungen: Von Integrationsf√∂rderung zur Sicherheitsrelevanz?', GIGA Focus Global (12).

2011

Jetschke, A. (2010) Human Rights and State Security: Indonesia and the Philippines, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Rezensionen: Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, ASIEN-German Journal on Contemporary Asia, CHOICE

 

Why do some governments successfully manage to evade pressures for human rights change? Based on a systematic comparison of two countries over the period from 1970 to 2011 and a theoretical model of normative contestation, Jetschke finds that state security puts into play a set of powerful international norms related to sovereignty‚ÄĒa state's right to territorial integrity, the secular organization of the state, or a government's lack of control over the means of organized violence. Such counter-claims are effective because they draw on internationally equally legitimate and accepted standards connected to modern statehood (secularism and territorial integrity) thereby providing a powerful contending set of norms to international human rights. If governments frame persuasive arguments around these norms, they frequently can effectively mobilize competing domestic and international groups and trump human rights advocacy. The practical implication for the global advancement of human rights is that it requires dense networks of domestic human rights NGOs that build coalitions between nationalist and other or secular and religious groups to overcome the deadlock. While drawing on the experience of two countries, the findings are widely applicable, as can be seen in many countries of the Middle East but also Russia.

2011

  • Jetschke, A. (2011): Comparative regional organizations project (CROP). A survey of regional organizations. Hamburg.
  • Jetschke, A. (2011): 'Der Kaiser hat ja gar keine Kleider an! - Strafverfolgung durch hybride Tribunale', Die Friedens-Warte. Journal of International Peace and Organization 86(1-2): 73-103.
  • Jetschke, A. (2011): Is ASEAN a Provider of Regional Security Governance? Occasional Paper Series of Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Freiburg, Freiburg: University of Freiburg.
  • Jetschke, A. and Lenz, T. (2011)'Vergleichende Regionalismusforschung und Diffusion: Eine neue Forschungsagenda', Politische Vierteljahresschrift 52(3): 448-74.

2010 - fr√ľher

  • Jetschke, A. (2010): Do regional organizations travel? European integration, diffusion and regional organization in Asia, Berlin: KFG Working Paper.
  • Jetschke, A. (2010): 'The ASEAN Charter ‚Äď Convergence with the EU-model of regional integration?', Regional Integration Observer4(3): 6.
  • Jetschke, A. and R√ľland, J. (2009): 'Decoupling rhetoric and practice: the cultural limits of ASEAN cooperation', The Pacific Review22(2): 179-202.