Featured Publication: Professor Abraham Newman’s research on the EU-US privacy shield was featured in the February 2, 2016 issue of the Financial Times“Transatlantic privacy shield could yet be pierced by regulators.”

Anderson, Jeff. From the Bonn to the Berlin Republic: Germany at the Twentieth Anniversary of Unification. Ed. with Eric Langenbacher. New York: Berghahn Books, 2010.

Dettke, Dieter. “Europe and Russia: from neighborhood without a shared vision to a modernization partnership,” European Security, Volume 20, No. 1, March 2011, pp. 127-142.

Dettke, Dieter. Germany Says No: The Iraq War and the Future of German Foreign and Security Policy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.

Kuisel, Richard. The French Way: How France Embraced and Rejected American Values and Power. Princeton University Press, 2011.

Gale A. Mattox. “Resetting the US-Russian relationship: is ‘cooperative engagement’ possible?” European Security v. 20, n.1, March 2011, pp. 103-116.

Gale A. Mattox. “Germany: From Civilian to International Actor,” Chapter 6, The Future of Transatlantic Relations: Perceptions, Policy and Practice, Stanford University Press, 2011, pp.113-136.

Newman, Abraham with David Bach, “Domestic Drivers of Transgovernmental Regulatory Cooperation,”Regulation and Governance. 2014

Newman, Abraham with Henry Farrell, “Domestic Institutions Beyond the Nation-State: Charting the New Interdependence Approach,” World Politics 66(2): 331. 2014

Newman, Abraham with David Bach, “The European Union as Hardening Agent: Soft Law and the diffusion of global financial regulation,” Journal of European Public Policy 21(3): 430-52. 2014

Newman, Abraham. “The Long Arm of the Law: Extraterritoriality and the National Implementation of Foreign Bribery Legislation,” with Sarah Kaczmarek. International Organization, 65(4): 745-70. 2011.

Newman, Abraham. “International Interdependence and Regulatory Power: Authority, mobility and markets,” with Elliot Posner. European Journal of International Relations, 17(4): 589-610. 2011.

Newman, Abraham. “Transatlantic Flight Fights: Multi-level governance, actor entrepreneurship and international anti-terrorism cooperation,” Review of International Political Economy, 18(4): 481-505. 2011.

Newman, Abraham. “Watching the Watchers: Transgovernmental Implementation of Data Privacy Policy in Europe,” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 13(2): 181-194. 2011.

Newman, Abraham. “Making Global Markets: Historical institutionalism in international political economy,”with Henry Farrell. Review of International Political Economy, 17(4): 609-38. 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “Governing Lipitor and Lipstick: Capacity, sequencing, and power in international pharmaceutical and cosmetics regulation,” with David Bach. Review of International Political Economy, 17(4): 665-95 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “Transgovernmental Networks and Domestic Policy Convergence: Evidence from insider trading regulation,” with David Bach. International Organization, 64(3): 505-528. 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “What You Want Depends on What You Know: Firm preferences in an information age,” Comparative Political Studies, 43(10): 1286-1312. 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “Flight from Risk: Unified Germany and the role of beliefs in the European response to the financial crisis,” German Politics and Society, 28(2): 151-164. 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “Austerity and the End of the European Model,” ForeignAffairs.com. May 1. 2012.

Newman, Abraham. “The Greek Haircut and Europe’s Shared Responsibility,” ForeignAffairs.com. November 15. 2011.

Newman, Abraham. “Time for a New European Politics of Solidarity,” DeutscheWelle.de. August 25. 2011.

Newman, Abraham. “International Organization Control Under Conditions of Dual Delegation: A transgovernmental politics approach,” in Who Governs the Globe?, eds. Deborah Avant, Martha Finnemore, and Susan Sell, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 131-152. 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “The Global Governance of Data Privacy Regulation: European Leadership and the Ratcheting Up of Canadian Rules,” in Mapping Transatlantic Security Relations: The EU, Canada and the War on Terror, ed. Mark Salter, Abington: Routledge, p. 98-109. 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “Europe’s Parliament Takes a Stand,” with Henry Farrell. ForeignPolicy.com. February 26. 2010.

Newman, Abraham. “Innovating European Data Privacy Regulation,” in Experimentalist Governance, eds. Charles Sabel and Jonathan Zeitlin, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 29-42. 2010.

Sieg, Katrin. “Cosmopolitan Empire: Central and Eastern Europeans at the Eurovision Song Contest.” European Journal of Cultural Studies (2012, in press).

Sieg, Katrin. “Identity Issues in German Feminist Movements and Theater.” Theater Research International 37:1 (2012) 74-76.

Sieg, Katrin. “Class of 1989: Who Made Good and Who Dropped Out of German History.” The German Wall: Fallout in Europe. Ed. Marc Silberman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011: 165-83.

Sieg, Katrin. “Black Virgins and the Discourse of Muslim Gender in Europe.” New German Critique 109:37 (Winter 2010): 137-85.

von der Goltz, Anna. ‘Talkin’ ’bout my generation: conflicts of generation building and Europe’s ’1968’. Goettingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2011.

von der Goltz, Anna. “Generations of 68ers: Age-related constructions of identity and Germany’s ’1968’.” Cultural and Social History 8.4 (2011): 473-491.

von der Goltz, Anna. “A polarized generation? Conservative students and West Germany’s ’1968’.” “Talkin’ ‘bout my generation”: Conflicts of generation building and Europe’s ‘1968’. Ed. Anna von der Goltz. Goettingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2011.

von der Goltz, Anna. “Eine Gegen-Generation von „1968“? Politische Polarisierung und konservative Mobilisierung an westdeutschen Universitäten.” Die 1970er Jahre – auch ein schwarzes Jahrzehnt? Politisierungs- und Mobilisierungsprozesse zwischen rechter Mitte und extremer Rechter in Italien und der Bundesrepublik 1967-1982. Ed. M. Livi, D. Schmidt and M. Sturm . Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2010.

von der Goltz, Anna. “Die Macht des Hindenburg-Mythos: Politik, Propaganda und Popularität im Ersten Weltkrieg.” Die Macht des Populären: Politik und populäre Kultur im 20. Jahrhundert. Ed. V. Borsó, C. Liermann and P. Merziger . Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2010.