Dr. Felix Heiduk

Dr. Felix Heiduk

Research Division: Asia


2011–2014 Lecturer, Department for Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham

2009–2010 Visiting Post-doc fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University

2007–2009 Research Associate, Asia Division of SWP

2004–2007 PhD fellowship Forum Ebenhausen

SWP Publications (selection):

Chum Chandarin, Felix Heiduk

Cambodia: The Winner Takes It All

2018 Elections Set Country Firmly on Path towards Authoritarianism

SWP Comment 2018/C 33, August 2018, 4 Pages
Felix Heiduk

An Arms Race in Southeast Asia?

Changing Arms Dynamics, Regional Security and the Role of European Arms Exports

SWP Research Paper 2017/RP 10, August 2017, 31 Pages
Felix Heiduk

Indonesia in ASEAN

Regional Leadership between Ambition and Ambiguity

SWP Research Paper 2016/RP 06, April 2016, 38 Pages

External Publications (selection):

Felix Heiduk

Is Southeast Asia really in an arms race?

In: East Asia Forum, 21.02.2018 (online)
Felix Heiduk, Ronja Scheler

Prospects for an invigorated EU-ASEAN partnership

IAPS Dialogue, Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, University of Nottingham, 18.10.2017
Felix Heiduk

Externalizing the EU’s Justice and Home Affairs to Southeast Asia: Prospects and Limitations

in: Journal of Contemporary European Research, 12 (3) 2016, pp. 717 - 733
Felix Heiduk

Finding Regionalism in Jokowi’s Foreign Policy

Suggestions that Indonesia is now “turning away” from ASEAN may be exaggerated.

in: The Diplomat, ASEAN Beat, 03.05.2016 (online)

Working Papers of the Research Division (selection):

Felix Heiduk

From guardians to democrats - attempts to explain change and continuity of the "military mind" in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines

Paper Proposal for 5th ECPR General Conference, Potsdam (Germany), September 2009, Section: "Security Sector Reform and Democratic Consolidation", Panel 503: "Security sector reform and the transformation of doctrines and corporate identities"

Working Paper, September 2009, 19 Pages

Media quotes (selection):

Rodion Ebbinghausen

'IS' is seeking a foothold in Southeast Asia

in: Deutsche Welle, 30.6.2015 (online)

SWP Comments

P. R. Kumaraswamy
India’s New Israel Policy

How the Decline of the Palestinian Issue and Economic Reorientation Accelerate Indo-Israeli Cooperation

Christian Wagner, Siddharth Tripathi
New Connectivity in the Bay of Bengal

Opportunities and Perspectives of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC)