Kai Koddenbrock

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Monographien

Koddenbrock K (2015) The practice of humanitarian intervention: Aid workers, agencies and institutions in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Routledge.

Koddenbrock K (2008) Smart Sanctions against Failed States – Strengthening the State through UN Smart Sanctions in Angola and the Democratic Republic Of Congo, Vdm Verlag Dr. Müller.


Begutachtete Zeitschriftenartikel

Koddenbrock K (2017a) Mehr Kapitalismus wagen: Herrschaftsanalyse ‚jenseits der Anarchie‘ und die Rolle des Geldes, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Heft 2

Hoffmann S und Koddenbrock K (2017) There is no alternative: Der Aufstieg der humanitären Hilfe in der internationalen Politik, 5(1) Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Heft 1

Koddenbrock K (2015) Strategies of critique in IR: From Foucault and Latour towards Marx. European Journal of International Relations, 21(2), pp. 243-266. Ranking 4/81 in International Relations.

Koddenbrock K (2015) Kritik der Intervention: Eine widerständige Analyse der aktuellen Interventionen in der Demokratischen Republik Kongo, Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, 22(1), pp. 169-187.

Koddenbrock K (2014) Malevolent politics: The government as blind spot in the International Crisis Group’s analysis of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Third World Quarterly, Vol. 35, No. 4, pp.669-685.

Koddenbrock K (2012) Recipes for Intervention – Western policy papers imagine the Congo, International Peacekeeping, Vol. 19, No.5, pp. 549-564.


Herausgeberschaften

Heins, V, Koddenbrock K, Unrau C (2016) Humanitarianism and challenges of cooperation, Routledge.

Bargues P, Koddenbrock K, Schmidt J, Schmidt M (2015) Ends of critique, Global Dialogue Series No. 10, Käte Hamburger Kolleg, Duisburg.


Begutachtete Buchkapitel, Discussion papers

Koddenbrock K (2017a) What money does: Money as public-private partnership and instrument of re-distribution, Discussion paper, Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne

Koddenbrock K and Schouten P (2014) Intervention as Ontological Politics: security, pathologization, and the failed state effect in Goma, in: Bachmann, Jan; Colleen Bell, Caroline Holmqist, The New Interventionism – Perspectives on war:police assemblages, London: Routledge.

Koddenbrock K (i.E.) Die Unentrinnbarkeit des Staates? Der Staat als Norm und Verständnisprinzip unter Interventionspersonal in Goma und New York, in: Engelkamp, Stephan, Katharina Glaab und Antonia Graf (Hrsg), Kritische Normenforschung als  Metatheorie und politische Praxis. Neue Wege in den Internationalen Beziehungen, Nomos: Berlin.


Buchkapitel, Beratungspapiere, Evaluationen

Koddenbrock K (2016) More than morals: Explaining the rise of humanitarian aid, in: Heins, V, Koddenbrock K, Unrau C (2016) Humanitarianism and challenges of cooperation, Routledge.

Koddenbrock (2016) Totality and practices: The dangers of empiricism and the promise of a logic of reconstruction in practice-based research, in: Jonas M et al. (2016) Praxeological political analysis, Rouledge.

Koddenbrock K (2015) From joke to reality: Why critique needs a social theory, in: Bargues P, Koddenbrock K, Schmidt J, Schmidt M (2015) Ends of critique, Global Dialogue Series No. 10, Käte Hamburger Kolleg, Duisburg.

Steets J, Galli A, Darcy J, Koddenbrock K (2015) Strategic evaluation of the Preparedness and Response Enhancement Programme, UN World Food Programme, Rome, abrufbar hier: http://www.gppi.net/publications/monitoring-evaluation/article/wfps-preparedness-and-response-enhancement-programme-a-strategic-evaluation-2011-2014/

Koddenbrock K (2013) Strategic essentialism and the possibilities of critique in peacebuilding, Center for Global Cooperation Global Dialogue Series No. 2.

Binder A and Koddenbrock K and Horvath A (2013) Reflections on the inequity of humanitarian assistance: possible courses of action for Germany, Discussion paper, Global Public Policy Institute, Berlin, abrufbar hier: http://www.gppi.net/fileadmin/media/pub/2013/binder-et-al_2013_inequities-humanitarian-assistance.pdf.

Koddenbrock K (2013) The ‘Failed-State’ Effect: Statebuilding and State Stories from the Congo, in: Chandler, David / Sisk, Timothy, Routledge Handbook of Statebuilding, Routledge, London pp. 118-130.

Koddenbrock K (2013) The International Self and the humanitarianization of politics – A case-study of the DR Congo in: Bliesemann de Guevara (Ed.). Statebuilding and State-Formation – The political sociology of intervention, Routledge, London, pp. 214-229.

Koddenbrock K (2009) The Will to Bridge? EC and U.S. approaches to linking relief rehabilitation and development, in: Steets, Julia/ Dan Hamilton: Humanitarian Assistance: Improving U.S.-European Cooperation, Johns Hopkins University Press, Washington D.C.

Koddenbrock K (2009) EC and U.S. approaches to linking relief rehabilitation and development in DR Congo (2009), in Steets, Julia/ Dan Hamilton: Humanitarian Assistance: Improving U.S.-European Cooperation, Johns Hopkins University Press, Washington D.C


Buchbesprechungen

Koddenbrock K (2012) Intervention as Indirect Rule, Veit, Alex (2010), African Affairs, Vol.  112, No. 446, pp. 162-164.

Koddenbrock K (2012) International-Statebuilding – The Rise of Post-Liberal Governance, Chandler, David (2010), Peripherie, No.125, pp. pp. 115-117.