Jenne, Nicole

Jenne, Nicole
Teléfono: 56 2 2354 7815

Doctora (PhD) en Ciencia Política por el Instituto Universitario Europeo, Florencia, Italia. Es profesora asistente en la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile e investigadora del Centro de Estudios Asiáticos UC

Su investigación y enseñanza se centran en el área de Relaciones Internacionales y seguridad internacional, con énfasis en las dinámicas regionales de la seguridad. Sus temas de interés son los conflictos inter-estatales, disputas territoriales, cooperación entre potencias secundarias y el rol de estatalidad en la formulación de política exterior. Geográficamente, se focaliza en América latina y Asia-Pacífico.

Durante 2015-2016 ha sido investigadora visitante en la University of Queensland, School of Political and International Studies, Brisbane, Australia. También ha colaborado con otras universidades y centros de investigación de prestigio internacional, entre ellos el Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Universidad de los Andes de Bogotá, Colombia, y el German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA).

Actualmente trabaja en un libro sobre comunidades de estados no beligerantes y un proyecto sobre el impacto hegemónico de EE.UU. en la formulación de las agendas de seguridad no-tradicional.


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Assistant Professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and a researcher of the Center of Asian Studies CEA-UC. PhD in Social and Political Science, European University Institute (EUI), Florence Italy.

Nicole’s research and teaching interests are in the areas of International Relations and international security, especially regional security. She has worked on inter-state conflict, territorial disputes and cooperation between secondary powers. Nicole is particularly interested in how state capacity influences foreign policy decision-making. Geographically, she focuses on South America and Southeast Asia.

During 2015-2016 Nicole was a visiting researcher at the University of Queensland, School of Political and International Studies, Brisbane, Australia. She was also affiliated with different universities and renown research centres, including the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Madrid, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Universidad de los Andes de Bogotá, Colombia, and the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA).

Currently, Nicole works on a book manuscript on international no-war communities and two research projects. The first examines the US’s hegemonic role in formulating the security agenda of “non-traditional threats” in Southeast Asia, the second deals with military reform in the post-Cold War era.



Publicaciones Recientes

- "Of words and deeds: Latin American declaratory regionalism, 1994-2014" in Cambridge Review of International Affairs, DOI: 10.1080/09557571.2017.1383358

-       The Thai-Cambodian Border Dispute: An Agency-centred Perspective on the Management of Interstate Conflict’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Volume 39, Number 2, August 2017.

-       ‘Weak states’ regionalism: ASEAN and the limits of security cooperation in Pacific Asia’, with David Martin Jones, International Relations of the Asia Pacific 15(3), 2015.

-       Latin American declaratory regionalism: An analysis of presidential discourse (1994-2014), with Luis Schenoni, EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2015/53, EUI, Florence, 2015.

-       ‘Bolívar se fue de Caracas: El regionalismo latinoamericano ante la crisis venezolana’ Boletín del Instituto de Seguridad Internacional y Asuntos Estratégicos 16, Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI), August 2015.

-       ‘Transcending the inter-intra divide: A theoretical inquiry into the transnational dimensions of civil war and its repercussions on international crises in light of the Colombia-Venezuela case’, with Juan Masullo, Aldea Mundo (38)19, 2014.

Cursos que Imparte

Pregrado:

-       ICP0301: Introducción a las Relaciones Internacionales.

Magister:

-       ICP5433: Relaciones Internacionales del Este de Asia.

Pos-grado:

-       ICP7020: Transformaciones de guerra.

-       ICP5861: Seguridad internacional.

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Pregrado:

-       ICP0301: Introduction to International Relations.

Magister:

-       ICP5433: International Relations of the Asia Pacific.

Pos-grado:

-       ICP7020: Transformations of war.

-       ICP5861: International security.