Steffen Halling, Dipl. Pol.

Steffen Halling, Dipl. Pol.

Research Division: Eastern Europe, Eurasia
Visiting Fellow


phone:+49 30 88007-407

Since December 2014 PhD Student at the University of Bremen / Doctoral Fellow at the Research Division Eastern Europe and Eurasia  

May - November 2014 Researcher, Research Division Eastern Europe and Eurasia

2012 – 2014 Project Assistant in the project network “Institutions and Institutional Change in Postsocialism” (KomPost); subproject “Elite groups and their collective resources of meaning” 

2006 – 2012:Studies of Political Science (diploma), Freie Universität Berlin

Areas of Expertise:

Ukraine, Elites and elite change

SWP Publications (selection):

Steffen Halling, Susan Stewart

“Deoligarchisation” in Ukraine

Promising Visions, Murky Realities

SWP Comments 2016/C 51, December 2016, 8 Pages
Steffen Halling, Susan Stewart

Identity and Violence in Ukraine

Societal Developments since the Maidan Protests

SWP Comments 2015/C 19, March 2015, 7 Pages
Steffen Halling, Susan Stewart

Ukraine in Crisis

Challenges of Developing a New Political Culture

SWP Comments 2014/C 18, April 2014, 7 Pages

External Publications (selection):

Steffen Halling, Serhiy Tkachenko

Electoral Reform in Ukraine

Challenges and Prospects

European Platform for Democratic Elections / OPORA/ Committee of Voters of Ukraine (eds.), EPDE Policy Paper, June 2017
Steffen Halling

The 2015 Local Elections in the Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts of Ukraine

in: OPORA/European Platform for Democratic Elections: 2015 Local Elections In Ukraine. A View From Outside, S. 27-46

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