Contestations of the UN's Role in Conflict Management. From Latin America to Russia
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European University Institute
Stephanie Hofmann holds the Joint Chair in International Relations between the Department of Political and Social Science and Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies, and is Director of the Europe in the World research area at the Robert Schuman Centre. She is currently on leave from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, where she is Professor in International Relations and Political Science. Hofmann holds a PhD in Government from Cornell University (2009).
Most of her research revolves around densely institutionalized spaces (also called regime complexes), variegated institutional expressions of multilateralism, national preference formation on foreign and security policy issues and global ordering processes. Hofmann mainly focuses on crisis management and cyberspace but is also interested in the nexus between security and economic policy issues. Much of her work was concentrated on European and transatlantic institutions, but she has also begun researching the AU, CSTO, SCO, OAS and the UN. Her work has been published by Cambridge University Press, and journals such as the European Journal of International Relations, International Affairs, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Peace Research
, and Perspectives on Politics