Cecilia Ducci

Cecilia Ducci

Visiting Researcher
Research Department:
International Institutions

Contact

E-Mail: ducci @HSFK .de
Twitter: @CeciliaDucci

CV

Since September 2022Visiting Fellow at PRIF
Since November 2019PhD student in the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the University of Bologna
September – October 2021Visiting stay at Leiden University, Institute of Political Science
Juni 2021Online visiting stay at the Center for War Studies (CWS) at University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
2018MSc in Political Science with specialisation in International Politics, Leiden University, Institute of Political Science
2017BA (Hons) Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, School of Politics and IR

Expertise

Cecilia Ducci is working on the following issues:

  • International criminal jurisdiction
  • International Law
  • Norms in international politics
  • Prevention of mass atrocities
  • Responsibility to Protect / Humanitarian Interventions

Publications

Genocide: the power and problems of a concept | 2022

Ducci, Cecilia (2022): Genocide: the power and problems of a concept, in: International Affairs, 98:5, 1786–1787, DOI: 10.1093/ia/iiac170.

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Genocide in Ukraine? The war of words and the politicization of the ‘crime of crimes’ | 2022

Ducci, Cecilia (2022): Genocide in Ukraine? The war of words and the politicization of the ‘crime of crimes’, Aspenia Online, 20.5.2022.

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The Military Coup in Myanmar: Back to the ‘Normality’ of Autocracy? | 2021

Ducci, Cecilia/Lee, Pak K. (2021): The Military Coup in Myanmar: Back to the ‘Normality’ of Autocracy?, E-International Relations, 5.2.2021.

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No humanitarian intervention in Asian genocides: how possible and legitimate? | 2020

Lee, Pak K./Ducci, Cecilia (2020): No humanitarian intervention in Asian genocides: how possible and legitimate?, in: Third World Quarterly, 41:9, 1575–1594, DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2020.1774358.

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Other professional activities

2022EISA-PEC Conference 2022, Section co-chair with Dr Flavia Lucenti, Section ST18 – Contestation in International Politics