Lidia Averbukh, Dipl. pol. sc. Univ.

Lidia Averbukh, Dipl. pol. sc. Univ.


Research Division: Africa and Middle East
Associate

lidia.averbukh(at)swp-berlin.org

phone:+49 30 88007-441

Research Associate for the project »Israel and its regional and global conflicts: Domestic developments, security issues and foreign affairs«

Since February 2017 PhD Student, Universität der Bundeswehr München

May 2015 - August 2015 Visiting Fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Since April 2013 PhD Student, Political Science, LMU Munich

2008 - 2012 Diplom, Munich School of Political Science

Areas of Expertise:

Israel, Middle East conflict, Migration, Minorities, Political systems, Population trends

citizenship, ethno-nationalism


SWP Publications (selection):

Lidia Averbukh

Towards Jewish-Arab Normalization in Israel

Israeli Arabs Want a More Pragmatic Politics while Jewish Parties Court the Arab Vote

SWP Comment 2021/C 18, March 2021, 8 Pages

doi:10.18449/2021C18

Lidia Averbukh, Margarete Klein

Russia-Israel Relationship Transformed by Syria Conflict

Political Interests Overshadow Social and Economic Ties

SWP Comment 2018/C 37, September 2018, 8 Pages
Lidia Averbukh

Actor in Flux: The Jewish Israel Lobby in the United States

in: Peter Lintl (ed.)
Actors in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Contributions to Research Papers 2018/RP 03, June 2018, 59 Pages, S. 51-57

Lidia Averbukh

Israel on the Road to the Orient?

The Cultural and Political Rise of the Mizrahim

SWP Comment 2017/C 09, April 2017, 7 Pages
Lidia Averbukh

Non-Jewish Minorities and Their Access to Israeli Citizenship

Demographic Threat Perceptions and Ensuing State Strategies

SWP Comment 2016/C 43, September 2016, 8 Pages

SWP Comments

Muriel Asseburg
Palestinian Elections, Finally

Significance, Challenges and European Responsibilities


Günther Maihold, Melanie Müller, Christina Saulich, Svenja Schöneich
Responsibility in Supply Chains

Germany’s Due Diligence Act Is a Good Start


SWP Research Papers

Peter Lintl
The Haredim as a Challenge for the Jewish State

The Culture War over Israel’s Identity


Muriel Asseburg
Reconstruction in Syria

Challenges and Policy Options for the EU and its Member States