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Prof. Dr. Jörn Dosch


Coordinator for International Relations and ERASMUS of the Faculty for Economic and Social Sciences 

Visitor address: Ulmenstr. 69, room 147 

Phone: 0381/498-4355 

Phone (alt.): 0381/498-4356 

Fax: 0381/498-4357 

E-mail: joern.dosch(at)uni-rostock(dot)de 

Office Hours

Tuesday, 1-3pm

Wednesday, 9-11am (Erasmus)

Curriculum Vitae

Born 1967 in Mannheim 

MA in Political Science, Ethnology and Public Law, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, 1992

Dr . phil. in Political Science, Johannes Gutenberg-University, 1996.

Habilitation in Political Science, Johannes Gutenberg-University, 2000. 

1993-1999 Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz

1999-2000 Fulbright Scholar, Asia/Pacific Research Centre, Stanford University 

2000-2011 Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Professor (from 2006) in Asia-Pacific Studies, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds 

2009-2011 Head of the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds 

2012-2013 Professor of International Relations and Acting Head of the School of Arts and Social Sciences, Monash University, Sunway Campus, Malaysia 

Since September 2013 Chair of International Politics and Development Cooperation, University of Rostock

Vistiting Fellowships and Professorships at, inter alia, East West Center, Honolulu; Ohio University; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapur; Parahyangan Catholic University (UNPAR), Bandung; Kunming Finance University, Kunming; Prince of Songkla University, Thailand; Ateneo de Manila University, Philippinen 


Main Research Agendas

International Relations of the Asia-Pacific Area:  regional cooperation and integration; Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); foreign policy of China and other Asian states; relations between the EU and Asia; relations between the US and Asia; relations between Asia and Latin America

Political Change in Southeast Asia: liberalisation and democratisation in Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia and other state 

Development Cooperation: German and European development cooperation with Asia; promotion of peace-building and good governance; emergence of "new donors" (China, South Korea etc. 


Publications since 2005

Memberships & Professional Activities


Classes (Summer Semester 2016)

  • Foreign Policy of the United States of America, 3-5 June 2016 
  • The Global Promotion of Democracy and Human Rights: What has Development Cooperation Achieved?, 17-19 June 2016
  • Research Colloquium International Relations, 20-22 May 2016 
  • Energy Security and Energy in the Eurasian Region (Master Area Studies), 10-12 June 2016

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