- Regional Security Challenges
Katja Weber (PhD, University of California, Los Angeles) is Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech. Her research interests center around institution-building in Europe and Asia Pacific, sovereignty-related and human rights norms, non-traditional security challenges, and German foreign policy. She is the author of Hierarchy Amidst Anarchy: Transaction Costs and Institutional Choice (SUNY Press, 2000), co-author (with Paul Kowert) of Cultures of Order: Leadership, Language, and Social Reconstruction in Germany and Japan, (SUNY Press, 2007), and co-editor (with Michael Baun and Michael Smith) of Governing Europe's Neighborhood: Partners or Periphery? (Manchester University Press, 2007). She has also published a number of articles in the Journal of European Integration, Journal of European Public Policy, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Politics, Issues and Studies, to name but a few, and has received research support from the SSRC Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies, the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation/Ford Foundation, the American Political Science Foundation, and the European Commission, among others. During the fall of 2008 she was a Visiting Research Scholar at the Graduate School of Law & Politics at the University of Tokyo, and in fall 2010 she was a Visiting Fellow at the EU Center at the National University of Singapore/Nanyang Technological University.
She also directs the Southeast Asia Summer Study Abroad Program.
- Asia (East)
- United States
- Cross-Cultural Understanding
- International Development
- Non-Traditional Security Challenges
- Regional Development
"“EU-ASEAN Relations: What Lies Ahead”? "
Chapter – 2020
"“Myanmar: “Promoting Reconciliation Between the Rohingya Muslims and Buddhists of Rakhine State” "
Journal Article – 2018