Dr. Lars Brozus

Dr. Lars Brozus


Research Division: The Americas
Associate

lars.brozus(at)swp-berlin.org

phone:+49 30 88007-323

2006-2010 Managing Director, SFB 700 »Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood«, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin

2002-2006 Foreign Policy Advisor, German Parliament, Berlin

2001-2002 Research Associate, Institute for Political Science, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt

1995-2001 Research Associate, Institute for Intercultural and International Studies, University Bremen, Bremen

Areas of Expertise:

Democracy promotion, Fragile states, Nation- and state-building, Responsibility to protect

Strategic Foresight, Global Governance, Election Observation, GIBSA (Germany, India, Brazil, South Africa)


SWP Publications (selection):

Lars Brozus, Marco Overhaus

US Foreign Policy after the 2016 Elections

Presidential Contenders’ Opposing Concepts and Domestic Political Dynamics

SWP Comments 2016/C 33, July 2016, 4 Pages
Lars Brozus (ed.)

Unexpected, Unforeseen, Unplanned

Scenarios of International Foreign and Security Policy. Foresight Contributions 2015

SWP Research Paper 2016/RP 01, January 2016, 56 Pages
Lars Brozus

Introduction: The Benefits of Scientifically Based Foresight

in: Lars Brozus (ed.)
Unexpected, Unforeseen, Unplanned

Scenarios of International Foreign and Security Policy. Foresight Contributions 2015

Contributions to Research Papers 2016/RP 01, January 2016, 56 Pages, S. 5-10

Lars Brozus, Johannes Thimm

Mississippi Blues: National Crisis in the United States

in: Lars Brozus (ed.)
Unexpected, Unforeseen, Unplanned

Scenarios of International Foreign and Security Policy. Foresight Contributions 2015

Contributions to Research Papers 2016/RP 01, January 2016, 56 Pages, S. 11-16

Lars Brozus

Improving Mass Atrocities Prevention

Guidelines for Effective and Legitimate Implementation of the Responsibility to Protect

SWP Comments 2012/C 38, December 2012, 4 Pages

External Publications (selection):

Lars Brozus, Hanns Maull

Think Tanks and Foreign Policy

in: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, September 2017, 24 pages
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Rio de Janeiro) (ed.), Lars Brozus

Elements of a democratically-based anti-authoritarian Foreign Policy

in: World Politics of Security (XII Forte de Copacabana Conference - International Security: A European - South American Dialogue) January 2015, pp. 321-332
Lars Brozus, Jessica von Farkas

Germany and R2P

Common but Differentiated Responsibility?

in: Hanns Seidel Foundation et al. (eds.): The Responsibility to Protect - From Evasive to Reluctant Action? The Role of Global Middle Powers, Johannisburg, 2012, pp. 53-69
Lars Brozus

Applying the Governance Concept to Areas of Limited Statehood

Implications for International Foreign and Security Policy

in: Thomas Risse (ed.): Governance without a State? New York: Columbia University Press, 2011, pp. 262-280

In the Media/ »Point of View« (selection):

Oliver Geden, Lars Brozus

Beware the Rise of the Post-Factual Expert

Most researchers and experts strongly believe that myths, half-truths and lies are weaker than facts. It follows that populist parties and politicians peddling such fictions will ultimately disappoint their supporters. Oliver Geden and Lars Brozus beg to differ.

Point of View, June 2017
Stephan Roll, Lars Brozus

The Regeni murder: Egypt′s repression of academics and journalists

The murder of an Italian academic one year ago was yet another tragic reminder that it is barely possible to conduct independent research in Egypt these days. But German and European policies on Egypt rely on scholarly analyses, say Stephan Roll and Lars Brozus.

Point of View, February 2017
Lars Brozus, Oliver Geden

Study policymaking

What scientists should focus on - and fear - under Trump. Nine experts reflect on where researchers should direct their efforts during the next US administration.

in: Nature Opinion, 11.11.2016, (online)
Lars Brozus, Stephan Roll

The long arm of the dictator

From the very outset, Egypt's President Sisi has pursued policies of exclusion and polarisation. It is time for the EU to hold him to account and ensure that any aid granted is made contingent upon political inclusion and better governance, say Stephan Roll and Lars Brozus.

Point of View, June 2016
Lars Brozus, Stephan Roll

Egypt: The EU Election Observation Mission was a Mistake

The assessment of the Egyptian presidential election by EU observers is highly problematic. Their preliminary report indicates that the EU has sided with the repressive regime. This could compromise its influence on the country’s development; argue Lars Brozus and Stephan Roll.

Point of View, June 2014

SWP Comments

Lauren Schwartz, Johannes Thimm
Some American Voters Are More Equal

Election Law As an Arena of Partisan Strategy


Laura von Daniels
Last Exit Basel III

As Regulation of Bank Capital Comes to a Close, Stability Concerns Risk Taking a Backseat