Dr Felix Heiduk

Lecturer

Department of Political Science and International Studies

Contact details

Institute for German Studies
Department for Political Science and International Studies
Muirhead Tower
Edgbaston, Birmingham,
B15 2TT, United Kingdom

About

Felix Heiduk’s main research interests are to be found at the crossroads of Security Studies, International History and Comparative Politics.

Qualifications

  • Doctoral degree in Political Science, Free University Berlin, 2008
  • M.A. in Political Science, Free University Berlin, 2003

Biography

Felix Heiduk joined the University of Birmingham in September 2011. Before coming to Birmingham he was a research fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, as well as a Post-doc fellow at Harvard’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. He received his doctorate from Free University Berlin in 2008.

Teaching

undergraduate teaching:

  • Europeanization

graduate teaching:

  • Civil War, Conflict Management and Peacekeeping (only in 2012/13)
  • Foreign Policy Analysis
  • German Foreign Policy

Postgraduate supervision

  •  Security Studies
  •  Civil-Military Relations
  •  German Foreign Policy
  •  Southeast Asian Affairs

Research

Research interests

  • International Policing
  • Civil-military relations
  • Security Sector Reform 
  • German and European Foreign Policy
  • Southeast Asian Affairs

Publications

Heiduk, F. (2012), Between a rock and a hard place: radical Islam in post-Suharto Indonesia, International Journal of Conflict and Violence, Vol. 6, No. 1: 26-40

Heiduk, F. (2011), Policing Mars or Venus?omparing European and US approaches to police assistance, European Security, Vol. 20, No. 3: 363-383

Heiduk, F. (2011), From guardians to democrats? Attempts to explain change and continuity in the civil-military relations of post-authoritarian Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines, Pacific Review, Vol. 24, No. 2: 249–271

Heiduk, F. (2010), Staatszerfall als Herrschaftsstrategie: Indonesien zwischen Desintegration und Demokratisierungsblockade am Beispiel des Aceh-Konfliktes (State failure and power politics: Indonesia between disintegration and defective democracy – the case of Aceh), Baden-Baden: Nomos

Heiduk, F. (2009), ”ESDP in Asia: The Aceh Monitoring Mission in Indonesia. In: Asseburg, M and Kermpin, R. (eds.) The EU as a Strategic Actor in the Realm of Security and Defence? A Systematic Assessment of ESDP Missions and Operations, Berlin: SWP Research Paper, pp. 100-111

Heiduk, F. (2009), “Challenging democracy? The role of political Islam in post-Suharto Indonesia”. In:  Hua, S. (ed.) Islam and Democratization in Asia, Amherst: Cambria Press, pp. 218-246

Heiduk, F. (2008), “Two sides of the same coin? Separatism and democratization in post-Suharto Indonesia”. In: Buente, M. and Ufen, A. (eds.) Democratization in Post-Suharto Indonesia, London: Routledge, pp. 295-31

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