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Why Member States and Donors Create Pathologies in International Organizations

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Together with my colleague Vytautas Jankauskas, I have blogged over at the E-IR blog about our research on the United Nations. The article is titled “How Well-meaning Donors Create the UN Machinery They Don’t Like“. For me, this blog post condenses a few of the ideas that have evolved in my head over the past […]

2019 in Political Science (1) – A Personal Account

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My path into political science as a profession was never planned. It started rather accidentally, quite exactly 10 years ago, without me knowing that I would end up where I am today. This year, in 2019, I will try to regularly blog about this profession, my own research, and the research of others – even […]

Writing human instead of ‘methodological masturbation’ in political science

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If you have 15 minutes to spare, I recommend listening to Matthew Flinders‘ defence of political science shared by Slugger O’Toole. Matthew Flinders argues for better writing and new ways to engage with real audiences, instead of wasting time with “methodological masturbation” that human could ever understand. The word “blogging” is not used, but it is […]

Polished academic blogging on the EUROPP blog

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“We have no editorial ‘line’ except a commitment to communicating social science research and commentary in ways that enhance public debate and understanding.” (About, LSE EUROPP blog) Yesterday, a blog post of mine was published on the LSE EUROPP blog. I had proposed the title “On the State of EU Blogging” – a bit bold […]

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