Prof. Dr. Theresa Reinold

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Juniorprofessorin fuer globale und transnationale Kooperationsforschung

Publikationen

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

2017:
“The responsibility not to veto – towards more consistent and accountable humanitarian action in global governance?” in: Humanitäres Völkerrecht: Informationsschriften. Vol. 30, No. 1/2, pp. 13-18.

2016:
“Mainstreaming social issues in the International Monetary Fund,” in: Global Society Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 392-416.

2014:
(with Michael Zürn) “Rules about rules and the endogenous dynamics of international law. Cognitive dissonance reduction as a mechanism of secondary rule-making,” in: Global Constitutionalism Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 236-273.

“The ‘responsibility not to veto’, secondary rules, and the rule of law,” in: Global Responsibility to Protect Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 269-294.

2012:
“Constitutionalization? Whose constitutionalization? Africa's ambivalent engagement with the International Criminal Court,” in: International Journal of Constitutional Law Vol. 10 No. 4, pp. 1076–1105.

2011:
“The sovereignty dodge and the responsibility to control: should the US do what Pakistan won’t do?” in: Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 373-395.

“State weakness, irregular warfare, and the right to self-defense post-9/11,” in: American Journal of International Law Vol. 105 No. 2, pp. 244-286.

“The United States and the responsibility to protect: impediment, bystander, or norm leader?” in: Global Responsibility to Protect Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 61-87.

2010:
“The responsibility to protect: much ado about nothing?” in: Review of International Studies Vol. 36, Special Issue S1, pp. 55-78.

2009:
“Sovereignty as responsibility? Die USA, der konditionale Souveränitätsbegriff und das jus ad bellum,” in: Die Friedenswarte, Vol. 84, No. 1, pp. 101-123.

2006:
“Dialogue de sourds? Über die (Un)möglichkeit des interdisziplinären Dialogs zwischen Völkerrechtlern und Politikwissenschaftlern,” in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 275-287.

Books

Monographs:
2012:
Sovereignty and the responsibility to protect: The power of norms and the norms of the powerful (London: Routledge). 

Edited volumes:
2016:
(co-edited with Monika Heupel) The rule of law in global governance (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Contributions to edited volumes

2017:
“South African incursions into Lesotho,” in Ruys, Tom and Corten, Olivier, eds. International law on the use of force: a case-based approach (Oxford: OUP, forthcoming).

“Human rights protection in IMF lending,” in Heupel, Monika and Zürn, Michael, eds. Beyond impunity: international organizations and the protection of human rights (Cambridge: CUP), pp. 273-292.

2016:
(with Monika Heupel) “Introduction,” in Heupel, Monika and Reinold, Theresa, eds. The rule of law in global governance (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 1-26.

“The UN Security Council and the politics of secondary rule-making,” in Heupel, Monika and Reinold, Theresa, eds. The rule of law in global governance (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 95-120.

“Diffusion theories and the interpretive approaches of domestic courts,” in: Aust, Helmut and Nolte, Georg, eds. Interpretation of international law by domestic courts: converging approaches? (Oxford: OUP), pp. 267-288.

2014:
“Transnationaler Terrorismus und Souveränität,” in: Volk, Christian and Kuntz, Friederike, eds. Der Begriff der Souveränität in der transnationalen Konstellation (Baden-Baden: Nomos), pp. 165-188.

2013:
“Africa’s emerging regional security culture and the intervention in Libya,” in: A. Hehir, ed. Libya, the responsibility to protect and the future of humanitarian intervention (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 83-109.

2012:
“The African Union’s ambivalent engagement with the International Criminal Court,” in: S. Cassese, B. Carotti, L. Casini, M. Macchia, E. MacDonald, and M. Savino, eds. Global administrative law: the casebook, 3rd ed. (New York: New York University School of Law).

Other publications

2017:
“Status: ‘It’s complicated.’ On African leaders’ troubled relationship with international courts,” 6 September 2017, online at http://voelkerrechtsblog.org/status-its-complicated/ 

2015:
“No unalloyed good. The AU's rejection of 'unconstitutional changes of government',” 6 July 2015, online at http://voelkerrechtsblog.com/2015/07/06/no-unalloyed-good/ 

2012:
“Constitutionalization? Whose constitutionalization? Africa’s ambivalent engagement with the International Criminal Court,” Jean Monnet Working Paper, NYU School of Law, online at http://centers.law.nyu.edu/jeanmonnet/Papers/11/documents/JMWP09Reinold.pdf 

2011:
(with Matthias Dembinski) “Libya and the future of the responsibility to protect: African and European perspectives,” Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, PRIF-Report No. 107, online at http://www.hsfk.de/fileadmin/downloads/prif107.pdf 

“Die Bomben des Friedensnobelpreisträgers: Zur Frage der Rechtmäßigkeit US-amerikanischer Drohnenangriffe in Pakistan,” KFIBS Analyse 1/11, online at http://www.kfibs.org/assets/files/article/onlineausgabe/KFIBS2011-01_reinold_z_rechtmaessigkeit_drohnenangriffe_pakistan.pdf 

 

    Artikel in Zeitschriften

  • Reinold, Theresa
    Civil society participation in regional integration in Africa : A comparative analysis of ECOWAS, SADC, and the EAC
    In: South African Journal of International Affairs Jg. 26 (2019) Nr. 1, S. 53 - 71
    ISSN: 1938-0275; 1022-0461
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Multilevel approaches to countering unconstitutional changes of government in Africa : implications for the rule of law
    In: Journal of Asian and African Studies Jg. 54 (2019) Nr. 4, S. 467 - 484
    ISSN: 0021-9096; 1745-2538
  • Reinold, Theresa
    When is more more? : The proliferation of international human rights courts and their impact on the rule of law in Africa
    In: The International Journal of Human Rights (2019)
    ISSN: 1364-2987; 1744-053X
  • Reinold, Theresa
    When is more more? : The proliferation of international courts and their impact on the rule of law in Africa
    In: The International Journal of Human Rights (2019)
    ISSN: 1744-053X; 1364-2987
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Who is calling the shots? : A comment on Amvane’s “UN peacekeeping and the developing world” [Blogbeitrag]
    In: Völkerrechtsblog (2019)
    ISSN: 2510-2567
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Informal regulation and the hyper-responsiveness of international law : In response to: The Jus ad Bellum’s Regulatory Form
    In: AJIL Unbound Jg. 112 (2018) S. 97 - 101
    ISSN: 2398-7723
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Status: "It's complicated" : On African leaders’ troubled relationship with international courts [Blogbeitrag]
    In: Völkerrechtsblog (2017)
    ISSN: 2510-2567
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The responsibility not to veto – towards more consistent and accountable humanitarian action in global governance?
    In: Humanitäres Völkerrecht: Informationsschriften Jg. 30 (2017) Nr. 1-2, S. 13 - 18
    ISSN: 2569-5010; 0937-5414
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The Path of Least Resistance: Mainstreaming "Social Issues" in the International Monetary Fund
    In: Global Society Jg. 31 (2016) Nr. 3, S. 392 - 416
    ISSN: 1360-0826; 1469-798X
  • Reinold, Theresa
    No unalloyed good : The AU's rejection of 'unconstitutional changes of government' [Blogbeitrag]
    In: Völkerrechtsblog (2015)
    ISSN: 2510-2567
  • Reinold, Theresa
    'Rules about rules' and the endogenous dynamics of international law : Dissonance reduction as a mechanism of secondary rule-making
    In: Global Constitutionalism Jg. 3 (2014) Nr. 2, S. 236 - 273
    ISSN: 2045-3825; 2045-3817
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The ‘responsibility not to veto’, secondary rules, and the rule of law
    In: Global Responsibility to Protect Jg. 6 (2014) Nr. 3, S. 269 - 294
    ISSN: 1875-9858; 1875-984X
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Constitutionalization? Whose constitutionalization? : Africa's ambivalent engagement with the International Criminal Court
    In: International Journal of Constitutional Law Jg. 10 (2012) Nr. 4, S. 1076 - 1105
    ISSN: 1474-2659; 1474-2640
  • Reinold, Theresa
    State weakness, irregular warfare, and the right to self-defense post-9/11
    In: American Journal of International Law Jg. 105 (2011) Nr. 2, S. 244 - 286
    ISSN: 0002-9300; 2161-7953
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The United States and the responsibility to protect: impediment, bystander, or norm leader?
    In: Global Responsibility to Protect Jg. 3 (2011) Nr. 1, S. 61 - 87
    ISSN: 1875-9858; 1875-984X
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The sovereignty dodge and the responsibility to control: should the US do what Pakistan won’t do?
    In: Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding Jg. 5 (2011) Nr. 4, S. 373 - 395
    ISSN: 1750-2977; 1750-2985
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The responsibility to protect: much ado about nothing?
    In: Review of International Studies: RIS Jg. 36 (2010) Nr. S1, S. 55 - 78
    ISSN: 0260-2105; 1469-9044
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Sovereignty as responsibility? Die USA, der konditionale Souveränitätsbegriff und das jus ad bellum
    In: Die Friedenswarte Jg. 84 (2009) Nr. 1, S. 101 - 123
    ISSN: 0340-0255
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Dialogue de sourds? Über die (Un)möglichkeit des interdisziplinären Dialogs zwischen Völkerrechtlern und Politikwissenschaftlern
    In: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen Jg. 13 (2006) Nr. 2, S. 275 - 287
    ISSN: 0946-7165; 0946-7165
  • Aufsätze

  • Reinold, Theresa
    African Union v International Criminal Court: episode MLXIII (?)
    (2018)
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The international community and the autonomy of international law : response to Christian Tams
    (2018)
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Die Bomben des Friedensnobelpreisträgers : Zur Frage der Rechtmäßigkeit US-amerikanischer Drohnenangriffe in Pakistan
    (2011)
    (KFIBS-Analysis ; 1/11)
  • Beiträge in Sammelwerken und Tagungsbänden

  • Reinold, Theresa
    South African incursions into Lesotho
    In: International law on the use of force: a case-based approach / Ruys, Tom; Corten, Olivier; Hofer, Alexandra (Hrsg.), 2018 S. 379 - 384
    ISBN: 978-0-19-878436-4; 978-0-19-878435-7
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Human Rights Protection in IMF Lending : Organizational Inertia and the Limits of Like-Minded Institution-Building
    In: Protecting the Individual from International Authority: Human Rights in International Organizations / Heupel, Monika; Zürn, Michael (Hrsg.), 2017 S. 273 - 292
    ISBN: 9781316756843; 9781107170827
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Diffusion theories and the interpretive approaches of domestic courts
    In: Interpretation of international law by domestic courts: converging approaches? / Aust, Helmut Philipp; Nolte, Georg (Hrsg.), 2016 S. 268 - 289
    ISBN: 978-0-19-873892-3; 0-19-873892-7
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Introduction
    In: The rule of law in global governance / Heupel, Monika; Reinold, Theresa (Hrsg.), 2016 S. 1 - 26
    ISBN: 978-1-349-95052-2; 978-1-349-95053-9
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The UN Security Council and the politics of secondary rule-making
    In: The rule of law in global governance / Heupel, Monika; Reinold, Theresa (Hrsg.), 2016
    ISBN: 978-1-349-95052-2; 978-1-349-95053-9
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Transnationaler Terrorismus und Souveränität
    In: Der Begriff der Souveränität in der transnationalen Konstellation / Volk, Christian; Kuntz, Friederike (Hrsg.), 2014 S. 163 - 188
    ISBN: 978-3-8487-1598-5; 978-3-8452-5639-9
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Africa’s emerging regional security culture and the intervention in Libya
    In: Libya, the responsibility to protect and the future of humanitarian intervention / Hehir, Aidan; Murray, Robert (Hrsg.), 2013 S. 83 - 109
    ISBN: 978-1-137-27394-9; 978-1-137-27395-6
  • Reinold, Theresa
    The African Union’s ambivalent engagement with the International Criminal Court
    In: Global administrative law: the casebook 2012
    ISBN: 9788890758218
  • Bücher/Sammelwerke/Tagungsbände

  • Heupel, Monika; Reinold, Theresa (Hrsg.)
    The Rule of Law in Global Governance
    London (2016) xvii, 249 Seiten
    ISBN: 978-1-349-95053-9
  • Reinold, Theresa
    Sovereignty and the responsibility to protect : the power of norms and the norms of the powerful
    London (2013) XV, 196 S.
    (Routledge advances in international relations and global politics ; 96)
    ISBN: 978-1-138-82217-7
  • Dembinski, Matthias; Reinold, Theresa
    Libya and the future of the Responsibility to Protect : African and European perspectives
    Frankfurt, M. (2011) II, 30 Seiten
    (PRIF reports ; 107)
    ISBN: 978-3-942532-30-3