Tim Luecke

He is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies and the Managing Editor for International Theory: A Journal of International Politics, Law, and Philosophy, which is published by Cambridge University Press. His research centers on the concept of generations and the role of political generations in foreign policy and international politics. In addition his background is in International Relations Theory, International Security, American and Germany Foreign Policy, and qualitative methods. He is also interested in the debate between modern and post-modern political theory in context of the empirical and normative dimensions of global governance.
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He is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies and the Managing Editor for International Theory: A Journal of International Politics, Law, and Philosophy, which is published by Cambridge University Press. His research centers on the concept of generations and the role of political generations in foreign policy and international politics. In addition his background is in International Relations Theory, International Security, American and Germany Foreign Policy, and qualitative methods. He is also interested in the debate between modern and post-modern political theory in context of the empirical and normative dimensions of global governance.

Tim Luecke

He is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies and the Managing Editor for International Theory: A Journal of International Politics, Law, and Philosophy, which is published by Cambridge University Press. His research centers on the concept of generations and the role of political generations in foreign policy and international politics. In addition his background is in International Relations Theory, International Security, American and Germany Foreign Policy, and qualitative methods. He is also interested in the debate between modern and post-modern political theory in context of the empirical and normative dimensions of global governance.
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He is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies and the Managing Editor for International Theory: A Journal of International Politics, Law, and Philosophy, which is published by Cambridge University Press. His research centers on the concept of generations and the role of political generations in foreign policy and international politics. In addition his background is in International Relations Theory, International Security, American and Germany Foreign Policy, and qualitative methods. He is also interested in the debate between modern and post-modern political theory in context of the empirical and normative dimensions of global governance.

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Tim Luecke
Why John J. Mearsheimer is Wrong on Ukraine

Why John J. Mearsheimer is Wrong on Ukraine

When I arrived as an incoming graduate student at Ohio State University, I was labeled a realist since I studied extensively under John J. Mearsheimer at the University of Chicago. And despite the fact that I find such labeling exercises rather silly (plus, my advisor...

In Exile at Home: Impressions from Europe

I have been able to avoid this fate for almost 12 years now, but they finally got me. Being a citizen of Germany, I have been studying in the U.S. on student visas for the last decade and even though it has always been a bureaucratic nightmare, associated with...

Anti-Semitism in Germany: A Comment

Anti-Semitism in Germany: A Comment

“Mutti,” aka Angela Merkel, is not amused. Neither is the rest of the German political establishment, the German media, or the vast majority of German people. Three days ago, some of the protesters against the Israeli campaign in Gaza yelled anti-Semitic hate paroles,...

Generations of Presidential Voting

As we all know, the social sciences are a messy business. People change their minds, don’t always follow law-like rules, and often have the guts to defy our theories by reflecting on their past behavior. For these reasons, it is always nice to see when our work...