Publications

Peer Review

Horschig, Doreen and Güneş Murat Tezcür. 2020. “A Conditional Norm: Chemical Warfare from Colonialism to Contemporary Civil Wars.” Forthcoming. Third World Quarterly. DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2020.1834840

Horschig, Doreen. 2020. “Cyber Weapons in Nuclear Counterproliferation.” Defense and Security Analysis 36 (3): 352-371. DOI: 10.1080/14751798.2020.1790811.

Book Review

Horschig, Doreen. 2019. “Life after dictatorship: authoritarian successor parties worldwide. Edited by Loxton, James, and Scott Mainwaring, New York, Cambridge University Press.” Democratization. Published Online June 4, 2019. DOI: 10.1080/13510347.2019.1625891.

Policy Writing

Fabian, Sandor and Horschig, Doreen. “Beyond the Open Skies Treaty.” Duck of Minerva. July 20, 2020. https://duckofminerva.com/2020/07/beyond-the-open-skies-treaty.html#more-39905


Horschig, Doreen. “Gen Z is Worried About More Than Just Climate Change.” Inkstick. February 27, 2020. https://inkstickmedia.com/gen-z-is-worried-about-more-than-just-climate-change/.


Horschig, Doreen. “Israel could strike first as tensions with Iran flare.” The Conversation. June 20, 2019. https://theconversation.com/israel-could-strike-first-as-tensions-with-iran-flare-119146.

Reprinted in Salon, The National Interest, Scroll.in, Business Insider, PRI, Yahoo! News, Israel Noticias (in Spanish) and 16 additional local newspapers


Aziz, Maha Hosain, Arsh Harjani, Doreen Horschig, Yueyue Jiang and Yu-Ting Sun.  “It’s a Post-Hegemonic World and That’s OK,” The Huffington Post. July 1, 2017. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/5958072be4b0f078efd98a84


Horschig, Doreen. “Why the World Needs a German ‘Energiewende,’” OpenDemocracy. May 5, 2017. https://www.opendemocracy.net/doreen-horschig/why-world-needs-german-energiewende


Horschig, Doreen. “Could Iran Emerge as the Middle East Superpower?” WordPress.org. April 17, 2017. http://www.worldpress.org/article.cfm/iran-next-middle-east-superpower


Horschig, Doreen. “The Contested US Intelligence Community: Why Limiting its Role Would be a Blunder” Journal of Political Inquiry. December 16, 2016. http://jpinyu.com/2016/12/16/the-contested-us-intelligence-community-why-limiting-its-role-would-be-a-blunder/


Horschig, Doreen. “Global Nuclear Zero: An Idealistic Goal, but Inefficient Security Concept.” Harvard Kennedy School Review. September 29, 2016. http://harvardkennedyschoolreview.com/global-nuclear-zero-an-idealistic-goal-but-inefficient-security-concept/

(Graduate) Peer-Review

Horschig, Doreen. 2016. “Economic Diversification in Saudi Arabia: The Challenges of a Rentier State.” Journal of Political Inquiry: Fall 2016. http://jpinyu.com/2016/12/09/fall-2016-issue/


Horschig, Doreen. 2016. “Modern U.S. National Security: Enduring Long-Term Core Objectives and Changing Short-Term Interests.” Journal of Political Inquiry: Spring 2016. http://jpinyu.com/journal/archives/

Other

Horschig, Doreen. 2018. “Potential Nuclear Proliferators: Determinants of Nuclear Capability Among Latent Countries.” Florida Political Chronicle 26(1): 83-93.


Horschig, Doreen. “For the Game. For the World. For the Economy? The Sport Economics of FIFA World Cups in Germany 2006 and Brazil 2014.” Manhattan College. September 5, 2014.


Horschig, Doreen. “Economic Boom at the Tremendous Expense of Environment and Society: The Contempt of Environmental Laws and Standards by Chinese Companies.” Covalence EthicalQuote. July 18, 2013.