Dr G.M. Meibauer (Gustav)
Assistant professor - International Relations
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN
6500 HK NIJMEGEN
Gustav has research interests in foreign policy analysis, security studies and international relations theory. His research focuses on muddled state behavior, decision-making and the political dynamics of foreign policy choice, especially with regards to tools such as no-fly zones and buffer zones.
Gustav has published on the theoretical contributions of neoclassical realism to foreign policy analysis and international relations theory, as well as on the role of political ideas, rhetoric and communication in decision-making processes. He contributes to on-going projects on gender & diversity representation in academia as well as on novel approaches to experiential and active learning.
Gustav holds degrees from the London School of Economics, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and the University of St Gallen.
- Lacatus, C. & Meibauer, G.M. (2022). ‘Saying it like it is’: Right-wing populism, international politics, and the performance of authenticity. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 24 (3), 437-457. doi: 10.1177/13691481221089137 Full text
- Meibauer, G.M. (2021). Ambiguous Specificity: The Production of Foreign Policy Bullshit in Electoral Contexts. Politics, 41 (1), 15-30. doi: 10.1177/0263395720936039 Full text
- Meibauer, G.M., Desmaele, L., Onea, T., Kitchen, N., Foulon, M., Reichwein, A. & Sterling-Folker, J. (2021). Rethinking Neoclassical Realism at Theory's End. International Studies Review, 23 (1), 268-295. doi: 10.1093/isr/viaa018 Full text
- Meibauer, G.M. (2020). Interests, ideas, and the study of state behaviour in neoclassical realism. Review of International Studies, 46 (1), 20-36. doi: 10.1017/S0260210519000214 Full text
- 2019 - LSE Excellence in Education Award; by recommendation of the Head of Dept. for outstanding teaching contribution and educational leadership
- 2018 - LSE Excellence in Education Award; by recommendation of the Head of Dept. for outstanding teaching contribution and educational leadership
- 2018 - LSE Student Union Teaching Award for Innovative Teaching; “Runner-up” among all faculty and teaching staff university-wide
- 29 April 2022 - War in Ukraine: Melnyk criticizes Gepard tank delivery - expert sees other challenges More information
- 08 March 2022 - "That would mean NATO entering the war": pros and cons of a no-fly zone in Ukraine More information
- 28 March 2022 - "The no-fly zone can be a beguiling proposition in political debate" More information