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dr. (Michal) M. Onderco

dr. (Michal) M. Onderco
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Public Administration
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
T 17-27A
Telephone
+31 10 4081789
Email
onderco@essb.eur.nl

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Michal Onderco is Assistant Professor of International Relations in the Department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

During the…

Michal Onderco is Assistant Professor of International Relations in the Department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

During the academic year 2018-2019, Dr Onderco will be a CISAC Junior Faculty Fellow at Stanford University.

His current research concerns two main areas. Firstly, he is interested in informal state cooperation in institutionalised settings in international politics, particularly in the area of nuclear non-proliferation. Secondly, Dr Onderco is interested in domestic sources of foreign and security policy in Europe.

Before coming to Erasmus University, Dr Onderco obtained his PhD in political science from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in 2014. In the academic year 2014-2015, he was Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute. Between 2012-2013, he was a Fulbright Visiting Researcher at Columbia University's Saltzman Institute of  War and Peace Studies.

Research interests: nuclear non-proliferation, informal cooperation, public opinion

Personal website: http://www.mwpweb.eu/MichalOnderco/

    • M. Onderco (2018). Why nuclear weapon ban treaty is unlikely to fulfil its promise. Global Affairs, 3 (4-5), 391-404.
    • M. Onderco (2017). Public support for coercive diplomacy: Exploring public opinion data from 10 European countries. European Journal of Political Research, 56 (2), 401-418. doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12183
    • M. Onderco (2015). Iran's Nuclear Program and the Global South: The Foreign Policy of India, Brazil, and South Africa. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
    • M. Onderco & W.M. Wagner (2014). Accommodation or Confrontation? Explaining Differences in Policies towards Iran. International Studies Quarterly, 58 (4), 717-728.
      • M. Onderco (2018). Why nuclear weapon ban treaty is unlikely to fulfil its promise. Global Affairs, 3 (4-5), 391-404.
      • M. Onderco (2017). Public support for coercive diplomacy: Exploring public opinion data from 10 European countries. European Journal of Political Research, 56 (2), 401-418. doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12183
      • M. Onderco (2015). Iran's Nuclear Program and the Global South: The Foreign Policy of India, Brazil, and South Africa. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
      • M. Onderco & W.M. Wagner (2014). Accommodation or Confrontation? Explaining Differences in Policies towards Iran. International Studies Quarterly, 58 (4), 717-728.
      • M. Onderco (2018). Why nuclear weapon ban treaty is unlikely to fulfil its promise. Global Affairs, 3 (4-5), 391-404.
      • M. Onderco & W.M. Wagner (2017). The ideational foundations of coercion: political culture and policies towards North Korea. European Political Science Review, 9 (2), 279-302. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1755773915000387[go to publisher's site]
      • M. Onderco (2017). Parliamentarians in government delegations: An old question still not answered. Cooperation and Conflict (Denmark), 53 (3), 411-428. doi: 10.1177/0010836717737571
      • M. Onderco (2017). Public support for coercive diplomacy: Exploring public opinion data from 10 European countries. European Journal of Political Research, 56 (2), 401-418. doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12183
      • M. Onderco & P. Hooft (2016). Informalization of Nonproliferation: Why PSI is a problematic solution. Chinese Journal of International Politics, 9 (1), 81-108.
      • M. Onderco (2016). A Battle of principles: South Africa’s relations with Iran. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 54 (2), 252-267. doi: 10.1080/14662043.2016.1151168
      • M. Onderco (2015). Money can’t buy you love. EU member states and Iranian nuclear program 2002-2009. European Security, 24 (1), 56-76.
      • M. Onderco (2015). The provision of private goods and the emergence of armed rebellion: The case of the Slovak National Uprising 1944-1945. Journal of International Relations and Development, 19 (1), 76-100.
      • M. Onderco (2014). ’Tell me what you want’ Analyzing the Visegrád countries’ vote in the UN General Assembly. East European Politics and Societies, 28 (1), 63-83.
      • M. Onderco & W.M. Wagner (2014). Accommodation or Confrontation? Explaining Differences in Policies towards Iran. International Studies Quarterly, 58 (4), 717-728.
      • M. Onderco, B. Hola & S. Ruiter (2013). Testing detachment of the international criminal tribunals. Evidence from the ICTY. Transnational Legal Theory, 4 (3), 393-415.
      • M. Onderco (2012). South Africa’s Iran Policy. ‘Poster Child’ Meets Renegade. South African Journal of International Affairs, 19 (3), 299-318.
      • M. Onderco & W.M. Wagner (2012). Of Hawks and Doves. Mapping Policies towards Iran and North Korea. The Nonproliferation Review, 19 (2), 177-195.
      • M. Onderco (2015). Iran's Nuclear Program and the Global South: The Foreign Policy of India, Brazil, and South Africa. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
      • M. Onderco (2018). Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia. In H Meijer & M Wyss (Eds.), The Handbook of European Defence Policies and Armed Forces (pp. 279-296). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press
      • M. Onderco (2014). E pluribus unum? Formation of the EU policy towards Iran and creation of the limits of CFSP. In J Elvert & E Moradiellos (Eds.), Memory and Identity of the Mediterranean: European Union Foreign Relations and Foreign Policy, and the Cooperation in the Mediterranean (pp. 179-196). Brussels: Peter Lang
      • M. Onderco (2014). From a ‘rogue’ to a parolee. Analyzing the Libya’s ‘de-roguing’. In W.M. Wagner, W.G. Werner & M. Onderco (Eds.), Deviance in International Relations: 'Rogue States' and International Security (pp. 171-192). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
      • W.M. Wagner, W.G. Werner & M. Onderco (2014). Rogues, Pariahs, Outlaws. Theorizing Deviance in International Relations. In W.M. Wagner, W.G. Werner & M. Onderco (Eds.), Deviance in International Relations: 'Rogue States' and International Security (pp. 1-14). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
      • M. Onderco (2015). Ideational Sources of Non-proliferation Policy in the Global South. In Fresh Ideas for the Future: Symposium on the NPT Nuclear Disarmament, Non-proliferation, and Energy. United Nations (New York): Project on Managing the Atom, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School
        • M. Onderco (2017, januari 14). Why nuclear ban treaty is a bad idea. Paris, Conference of the European Initiative on Security Studies.
        • M. Onderco (2017, april 26). Networks in nuclear diplomacy in Global South. CERI Sciences Po, invited lecture.
        • M. Onderco (2016, mei 31). Global South and Iran’s Nuclear Program. Federal University of Goias, Invited keynote lecture at “Nuclear Proliferation Today”.
        • M. Onderco (2016, maart 31). How much damage did the crises make? Oslo, Workshop "Crises, Differentiation and Democratic Governance in the EU".
        • M. Onderco (2015, maart 24). What can we learn from the Iranian nuclear crisis? Florence, Italy, La Pietra Dialogues, New York University (Campus Florence).
        • P. Hooft & M. Onderco (2015, februari 13). Answering threats: when regional powers balance and when they do not. New Orleans, LA, USA, ISA Annual Convention.
        • M. OndercoWhy Do Europeans Differ on Ukraine? National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, National Perspectives on the Ukraine Crisis (organized by DAAD & NAUKMA).
        • M. OndercoNuclear disarmament and Nuclear Deterrence: Bridging the Divide. Brussels, Next Generation Workshop Non-Proliferation & Disarmament, organized by IISS & EU Nonproliferation Consortium.
      • W.M. Wagner, W.G. Werner & M. Onderco (Ed.). (2014). Deviance in International Relations: 'Rogue States' and International Security. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
      • M. Onderco (2014, september 12). Rogues, hawks, and doves: Liberal democracies and the dilemma of response to “rogue states”. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (227 pag.) Prom./coprom.: W.M Wagner & W.G. Werner.
  • Prague Center for Peace Research

    Start Date
    Jan/2018
    End Date
    Dec/2018
    Place
    PRAAG
    Specialty
    politicologie
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Department of Public Administration
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4081789
  • Peace Research Center Prague

    Role
    Associated expert
    Start Date
    Jan/2018
    End Date
    Dec/2018

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Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam