Dr. Alexandros Tokhi
Harvard University, Visiting Scholar at the Center for European Studies
PhD in Political Science, Freie Universität Berlin. Thesis title: "The Credibility of Authoritarian Commitments. WMD Nonproliferation Compliance in the Middle East." Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse, Prof. Etel Solingen
Member of the Research Unit “Global Governance”
Dai, Xinyuan and Alexandros Tokhi (2015) "Depth, Participation, and International Human Rights Agreements", Paper presented at the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, September 3-6.
Tokhi, Alexandros (2014) "The Effect of Verification Systems on Compliance: The Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions in the Middle East", Paper to be presented at the European Political Science Association, Edinburgh, June 19-21.
Tokhi, Alexandros (2014) "When Do Dictators Comply with International Security Treaties?" APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter, 24(1).
Tokhi, Alexandros and Autumn Lockwood Payton (2014) "Arms Control Commitments and International Authority", Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, March 26-29.
Tokhi, Alexandros and Eisentraut, Sophie (2013) "Authoritarian States and the Politicization of International Organizations", Paper presented at the ECPR Joint Session of Workshops, Mainz, March 11-16.
Tokhi, Alexandros (2010) “Authoritarian Regimes and Nuclear Nonproliferation Commitments”, Paper presented at the 7th Pan-European International Relations Conference (ECPR), Stockholm, September 9-11.
Tokhi, Alexandros (2009) “Selective Nuclear Cooperation: The Case of Iran.” Paper presented at the International Workshop World Orders: Change and Continuity, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, November, 4-5.
Global Governance and the European Union: Future Trends and Scenarios (GLOBE)
Staff: Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn, Dr. Alexandros Tokhi, İrem Tuncer-Ebetürk, Ph.D.
Funding: European Commission, Horizon 2020
Kolleg-Forschergruppe (Research Group) 'The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline?'
Staff: Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn, Dr. Alexandros Tokhi, Dr. Matthew D. Stephen, Prof. Dr. Andrea Liese, Prof. Dr. Georg Nolte
Funding: DFG (German Research Foundation)