Lidia Averbukh, Dipl. pol. sc. Univ.

Lidia Averbukh, Dipl. pol. sc. Univ.


Research Division: Middle East and Africa
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, 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

Interests, Narratives and the Reciprocal Effects of the Occupation

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

Joanna Dyduch
The Visegrád Group’s Policy towards Israel

Common Values and Interests as a Catalyst for Cooperation


Bettina Rudloff, Isabelle Werenfels
EU-Tunisia DCFTA: Good Intentions Not Enough

Shift Needed from Deep to Deliberate, Comprehensive to Coherent and from Free to Fair Trade


SWP Research Papers

Muriel Asseburg, Wolfram Lacher, Mareike Transfeld
Mission Impossible?

UN Mediation in Libya, Syria and Yemen


Lars Brozus (ed.)
While We Were Planning

Unexpected Developments in International Politics. Foresight Contributions 2018