Dr. Bastian Loges

Dr. Bastian Loges

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Dr. Bastian Loges
Room 157
Institute of International Relations
Technical University Braunschweig
Bienroder Weg 97
D-38106 Braunschweig
b.loges(at)tu-braunschweig.de
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Current Lectures

After graduating in Political Science, Bastian Loges joined the Institute of International Relations in 2003. Until 2005 he was working in a research project on "US politics in the UN Security Council and the regime on humanitarian intervention" before becoming a PhD researcher. His teaching and research focus is on issues of global governance, theories of International Relations as well as on norms and institutions in IR. In 2010, after completing his dissertation on the normative changes regarding a "Responsibility to Protect" in the debates of the UN Security Council, he is now a Lecturer at the Institute. Currently he is theorizing recent thematic and organizational developments inside the UN Security Council (together with Holger Niemann under a focus of the "other Security Councl"), but also interested in the (missing) mainstreaming of protection in the UN system and the empirical value of emotions in norm research (especially in regard to notions of responsibility). His current conference papers reflect these interests.