Browse by Supervisor "Joachim, Jutta"

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  • Backbier, M (2018-08-28)
    Master Political Science
    In February 2018 a new enlargement strategy was presented by the European Commission. This renewed interest in the Western Balkan by the European Commission formed the motivation of this study, which is dedicated to ...
  • Jansen, M (2019-06-24)
    Master Political Science
    Before you lies my thesis “The Bad Man and the Good Woman: The Invisibility of Female Perpetrators in Criminal War Tribunals”, a research on the ways in which criminal tribunals as transitional justice mechanism are ...
  • Meinders, K (2019-06-24)
    Master Political Science
    This research aimed at answering the question what factors enable the youth in the Netherlands to mobilize for climate change in light of the global movement, led by Greta Thunberg. The Dutch youth climate movement is a ...
  • Wetering van de, Dirk (2018-06-29)
    Master Political Science
    The humanitarian crisis in the Lake Chad region is one of world’s largest and most complex humanitarian disasters. The prevailing view has been that this crisis is a security problem, particularly emanating from the Boko ...
  • Veen van, A (2019-08-09)
    Master Political Science
    This purpose of this study is to analyse the Dutch feminist movement and decide if the movement can be as successful as it was in the 1980s. It is now an interesting time for the feminist movement because of the rise of ...
  • Gilhuis, N (2019-06-24)
    Master Political Science
    The role of national military institutions as the crucial site for the (re)production of masculinity has been extensively studied. The recent trend of the privatization of security not only questions if national military ...
  • Kusters, N (2018-06-01)
    Master Political Science
    The World Bank has been implementing environmental norms into its policy since the 1970s. In this research, a case study into World Bank policy is conducted, using a combination of process tracing analysis and content ...
  • Navratil, Theresa (2017-07-24)
    Master Political Science
    This research project is aimed at explaining how it was possible for women's organizations in Colombia to actively participate in the latest peace negotiations between the government and the FARC-EP and also to succeed in ...
  • Hardeveld van, Cas (2019-03-04)
    Master Political Science
    Over the last decades, human trafficking (THB) for labour exploitation became the fastest growing form of THB globally. Despite this dramatic statistic, the political will to resolve the issue has been (largely) non-existent. ...
  • Akgun, Ebru (2018-11-02)
    Master Political Science
    According to Middle Eastern analysts the Houthis—a Yemeni movement fighting its oppressive regime—are the region’s most effective military entity in the fight against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). In January ...
  • Swaanen, Stein (2017-07-28)
    Master Political Science
    This study argues that a successful outcome of a secession process is more likely to occur once an international advocacy network gets involved. Therefore, this study will demonstrate the influence of an international ...
  • Ham, Stacey (2018-06-20)
    Master Political Science
    This thesis analyses and explains the unceasing loyalty of the NPP Diaspora members in the Netherlands to their homeland Ghana. It presents the electoral and non-electoral activities of the members during the national ...
  • Schipper, J (2019-06-29)
    Master Political Science
    This article focusses on the organizational culture of the military, and questions whether the culture is masculine or increasingly feminine. A theoretical framework has been created by combining the recruitment theories, ...
  • Verbeek, Joey (2018-08-13)
    Master Political Science
    Indonesia has recently become a claimant state in the South China Sea conflict as it displayed balancing behavior against China regarding the disputed Natuna islands. This study tries to explain Indonesia’s sudden display ...
  • Rijnbeek, K (2018-08-13)
    Master Political Science
    On March 18, 2015, an agreement between the European Union and Turkey was implemented aimed at the reduction of irregular migrant crossing to the EU. Though the EU-Turkey readmission agreement presented a solution to the ...
  • Heutz, A (2019-06-30)
    Master Political Science
    Humanitarian organizations claim to cover for the seven fundamental principles of providing humanitarian assistance. Back in 2003, Carpenter showed with her analysis on humanitarian organizations that gendered norms are ...
  • Nijenhuis, M (2019-06-21)
    Master Political Science
    The ‘refugee crisis’ caused a lot of debate in Europe. In the Netherlands, people demonstrated with banners proclaiming that male refugees have the desire to rape the girls in town. Where did this fear for male refugees ...
  • Heurman, r (2019-06-24)
    Master Political Science
    During the Arab Spring, US’ traditional support for its Arab authoritarian allies could no longer be taken for granted. While relationships with some allies were terminated, others were maintained. To explain this ambivalence, ...
  • Verhagen, Rene (2019-05-01)
    Master Political Science
    This research aims to understand the unique characteristics of the civil society in post-Apartheid South Africa by answering the following research question: To what extent is the South African civil society in line with ...
  • Lieshout, Ike (2019-08-09)
    Master Political Science
    2 Abstract In this thesis, I set out to examine how the traditional spiral model of domestic norm diffusion can be expanded in view of the actual negotiation and contestation of the gender norms established by the United ...