Dr.  Sebastian Schiek

Dr. Sebastian Schiek


Research Division: Eastern Europe, Eurasia
Associate

sebastian.schiek(at)swp-berlin.org

phone:+49 30 88007-331

11/2011 - 12/2015 Researcher at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH)

2013 PhD, University of Hamburg

2007 - 2008 One-year stay in Kazakhstan, PhD fellowship, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Visiting Lecturer at the German Kazakh University, Almaty

Areas of Expertise:

Central Asia, Political systems, Regional and interstate conflicts, Regional cooperation and alliances

State and society of Central Asia, Foreign policy of Central Asia


External Publications (selection):

Sebastian Schiek

The Afghanistan Conflict as a Power Resource for Central Asia?

in: OSCE Yearbook 2014, ed. by Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg/ IFSH, pp. 301-313. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag, 2015
Sebastian Schiek

Kazakhstan: Will Conservative Modernization Succeed?

in: OSCE Yearbook 2013, ed. by Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg/ IFSH, pp. 105-117. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag, 2014
Graeme Currie, Sebastian Schiek, Ursel Schlichting (Eds.) (eds.)

Special Section: Central Asia and Afghanistan

in: Security and Human Rights 24 (2). Leiden: Nijhoff, 2013
Stephan Hensell, Sebastian Schiek

Seeing like a President: The 'Dilemma of Inclusion' in Kazakhstan

in: Hans-Henning Schröder, Susan Stewart, Margarete Klein, Andrea Schmitz, Presidents, Oligarchs and Bureaucrats: Forms of Rule in the Post-Soviet Space, pp. 203-222. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012

SWP Comments

Sonja Schiffers, Franziska Smolnik
No Dream in Georgia?

Domestic Quarrels and Local Elections Show: “Winner Takes All” Likely to Continue


Fabian Burkhardt, Janis Kluge
Dress Rehearsal for Russia’s Presidential Election

Moscow Tightens Grip on Regional Governors and Budgets


SWP Research Papers

Sebastian Schiek
Movement on the Silk Road

China’s “Belt and Road” Initiative as an Incentive for Intergovernmental Cooperation and Reforms at Central Asia’s Borders


Susan Stewart
Fundamental Attitudes of the Russian Political Elite

Law, Truth, Public Welfare and Violence