Dr. Felix Heiduk

Dr. Felix Heiduk


Research Division: Asia
Associate

felix.heiduk(at)swp-berlin.org

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):

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
Felix Heiduk

Reformasi Reloaded?

Implications of Indonesia’s 2014 Elections

SWP Comments 2014/C 38, August 2014, 4 Pages
Muriel Asseburg, Daniel Brumberg (eds.)

The Challenge of Islamists for EU and US Policies: Conflict, Stability and Reform

Joint Publication of SWP and United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Washington, DC

SWP Research Paper 2007/RP 12, November 2007, 83 Pages

External Publications (selection):

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)
Scott Adam Edwards, Felix Heiduk

Hazy Days: Forest Fires and the Politics of Environmental Security in Indonesia

in: Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, Vol. 34, No. 3 (2015), 65–94
Felix Heiduk

Security Sector Reform in Southeast Asia

From Policy to Practice

Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2014, 264 Pages

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 Papers, 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

Christian Wagner
Rethinking South Asia

Scenarios for a Changing Geopolitical Landscape


Nadine Godehardt, David Schulze,
China 4.0

Party and Society Debate the Digital Transformation


SWP Research Papers

Felix Heiduk
An Arms Race in Southeast Asia?

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


Alexandra Sakaki, Gudrun Wacker
China – Japan – South Korea

A Tense Ménage à Trois