Nadine Godehardt, Ph.D.

nadine.godehardt@swp-berlin.org

German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, SWP)

City: Berlin

Country: Germany

About Me:

Nadine Godehardt is the Deputy Head of the Research Division Asia at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, SWP) in Berlin. She frequently travels to Asia and has worked extensively on China’s Belt and Road Initiative as well as China’s role in Central Asia. In 2014 she published »The Chinese Constitution of Central Asia. Regions and Intertwined Actors in International Relations« with Palgrave Macmillan. Currently, she is also part of a joint research project with ETH Zurich and University of Geneva on »Which region? The politics of the UN Security Council P5 in international security crises«. Since 2015, Nadine is further engaged in collaborative research about the relationship between urban space, design, (in)security and international politics with ANCB the Aedes Metropolitian Laboratory in Berlin. She is further deeply interest in questions regarding the relationship between visuality and global politics that are also reflected in her most recent publications on »Urban spaces. Protests. Global Politics«

Research Interests

Asian Politics

Foreign Policy

Political Theory

Specific Areas of Interest

Space & Politics

Aesthetics & Politics

China's BR Initiative

Countries of Interest

China

Hong Kong