The Security History Networks welcomes its first honorary member prof. dr. Jaap de Wilde

De Wilde, a Professor of International Relations and Security Studies at the University of Groningen, has published extensively on the subject of Security History since his dissertation in 1991 on forgotten theories of interdependence in the early 20th century.

His work focuses on IR Theory; Security Studies; Geopolitics; Multilevel Governance; Energy Security, and will be a great attribute to this growing network.

Prof. dr. Jaap de Wilde

Professor of International Relations and Security Studies

Some relevant work includes:

“The Continuous (Dis)Integration of Europe. A Historical Interpretation of Europe’s Future” in Jaap de Wilde and Håkan Wiberg (eds.), Organized Anarchy in Europe. The Role of States and Intergovernmental Organizations, London: I.B. Tauris, 1996, pp. 85-106.

“Soevereiniteit en het moderne statensysteem: de toekomst van een mythe”, Transaktie, vol. 27, 1998, nr. 4, pp. 441-468.

“The Poverty of EU-Centrism”, in: Hans/Georg Ehrhart, Sabine Jaberg, Bernhard Rinke & Jörg Waldmann, Eds. (2007), Die Europäische Union im 21. Jahrhundert: Theorie und Praxis europäischer Auβen-, Sicherheits- und Friedenspolitik, VS Verlag: Wiesbaden, pp. 29-42.

“Anachronistic Research in International Relations and Security Studies”, in Edwin Daniel Jacob, Ed. (2017), Rethinking Security in the Twenty-First Century, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 29-40.

André W.M. Gerrits en Jaap H. de Wilde, Red. (2000), Aan het slagveld ontsnapt: Over oorlogen die niet plaatsvonden, Zutphen: Walburg, 254 pp.; ISBN 90.5730.101.6.

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