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Outputs

  • Georg Löfflmann, 'Ending America's Uncivil War'. Op-ed for The World Today (April May issue 2021).
  • Alexandra Homolar and Georg Löfflmann, "Populism and the Affective Politics of Humiliation Narratives" Global Studies Quarterly, Volume 1, no 1 (2021).
  • Under review: Georg Löfflmann, ''Enemies of the People’: Donald Trump and the Security Imaginary of America First,' British Journal of Politics and International Relations (BJPIR).
  • Under review: Georg Löfflmann, 'Introduction: The Study of Populism in International Relations', British Journal of Politics and International Relations (BJPIR).
  • Guest editor for special issue 'The Study of Populism in International Relations'. Forthcoming in the British Journal of Politics and International Relations (BJPIR).
  • Online Workshop, 'The Study of Populism in International Relations'. 5 March 2021. (Organiser and presenter).
  • Expert commentary: Georg Löfflmann, ‘America First and the Pandemic: Trump's grand strategy of blaming China’. Observer Research Foundation (ORF),17 June 2020.
  • Georg Löfflmann, "America First and the Populist Impact on US Foreign Policy," Survival Vol. 61, no. 6 (2019): pp. 115-138.
  • Georg Löfflmann, "From the Obama Doctrine to America First: The erosion of the Washington consensus on grand strategy," International Politics 57, no. 4 (2020): pp. 588-605.
  • In preparation: Georg Löfflmann, 'A House Divided: The Populist Challenge for US Foreign Policy ' in Hendrik W. Ohnesorge (ed.) Build Back Batter? Soft Power and the Future of US Foreign Policy (working title), Manchester University Press.
  • Warwick Graduate Conference in Security Studies, 'Post-Truth Politics and the Rise of Populism', 18-19 October 2018. Conference Organiser 
  • Conference Presentations:
    • 2021: International Studies Association (ISA), Annual Convention (online), 6-9 April, paper presented: 'America First and the Populist Challenge to Liberal Hegemony'. 2nd paper presented: '‘Enemies of the People’: Donald Trump and the Populist Security Imaginary of America First'. Participation in roundtable discussion: 'Soft Power and the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy.'
    • 2019: International Security Studies (ISSS) Conference, Denver, 18-19 October, paper presented: 'The Populist Security Imaginary of Anxiety, Identity and Crisis' with Alexandra Homolar
    • 2019: EISA Conference, 11-14 September, Sofia, paper presented: 'Trump vs. Globalism: 'America First' and the Populist Challenge to Liberal Hegemony'
    • 2019: BISA US Foreign Policy Conference, 4-5 September, Dublin, paper presented: 'America First and the Populist Impact on US Foreign Policy'
    • 2019: Conference on the Ideational Approach to Populism: Consequences and Mitigation, Segovia 24-26 June, paper presented: 'Enemies of the People: The political mobilization of insecurity in contemporary populism' with Alexandra Homolar
    • 2019: BISA Conference, 12-14 June, London, paper presented: 'Trump vs. Globalism: 'America First' and the Populist Challenge to Liberal Hegemony'
    • 2019: International Conference in Ideology and Discourse Analysis, 31 May - 1 June, University of Essex, paper presented: 'Carl Schmitt and the Populist Challenge to Liberal Democracy'
    • 2019: PSA Conference, 15-17 April, Nottingham, paper presented: 'America First and the Populist Impact on US Foreign Policy'
    • 2018: Warwick Graduate Conference in Security Studies 18-19 October. Paper presented: Carl Schmitt and the Return of Enmity: The Populist Challenge to Western Liberalism.