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Philip Nock, MA

Research Fellow and PhD Candidate

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Research interest

International Relations | International Security and Technology Politics | Thucydides Trap | US-China-Relations | International Order

Research projects


Philip Nock holds a bachelor’s degree in "History, Politics, and Society" as well as a master's degree in "Political Sciences" from Bonn University. During his studies, he spent a semester each in St Andrews (UK) and Toronto. Philip Nock pursues a Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor Xuewu Gu, Chair of International Relations. Before working for CASSIS, he was a Graduate Research Assistant at the Chair of International Relations/Center for Global Studies at Bonn University, and a desk officer for the department Europe and International Relations of the State Chancellery of North Rhine-Westphalia.


  • Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft: Der US-Iran-Konflikt und die fehlenden Gesichter der Macht, September 2021, vol. 50, issue 3 (mit Christiane Heidbrink).
  • Center for Global Studies: International Competition for Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), October 2019 (mit Xuewu Gu, Christiane Heidbrink, Ying Huang, Hendrik W. Ohnesorge und Andrej Pustovitovskij)..
  • Center for Global Studies: Geopolitics and the Global Race for 5G, CGS Global Focus, Mai 2019 (mit Xuewu Gu, Christiane Heidbrink, Ying Huang, Hendrik W. Ohnesorge und Andrej Pustovitovskij).
  • Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik: EU-Canada relations on the rise. Mutual interests in security, trade and climate change, SWP Working Paper, Research Division EU / Europe | WP Nr. 03, October 2018 (mit Annegret Bendiek, Milena Geogios, Felix Schenuit und Laura von Daniels).

Last updated: October 06, 2021

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