Sascha's thesis is aimed at using a historical institutionalist perspective to determine and explain the effectiveness of the nuclear non-proliferation regime. The work comprises a qualitative study of the regime’s three systems (commitment, verification and enforcement) using different strands of the perspective of historical institutionalism.
Selected Publications/Conference Presentations
Sauerteig, S. (2017), The Road Taken: Improving the International Verification towards the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime. Paper presented at 58th ISA Annual Convention in Baltimore (MD, USA), February 22nd – 25th, 2017.
Sauerteig, S. (2015), Winter-safe Deterrence and the Problem of Hardware AND Software, In: Biochemical Security 2030, Published on March 25th, 2015: biochemsec2030.org.
Sauerteig, S. (2015), The Different Shades of Expertise: Epistemic Communities on the Eve of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Paper presented at the 56th ISA Annual Convention in New Orleans (LA, USA), February 18th – 21st, 2015.
Galbreath, D.J.; Sauerteig, S. (2014), Regime Complexity and Security Governance, In J. Sperling (Ed.), Handbook on Governance and Security (82-97), London (UK): Edward Elgar.
Sauerteig, S. (2014), GGE to the Rescue! Can Governmental Experts Contribute to Overcoming the Fissile Material (Cut-off) Treaty Deadlock? Paper presented at 55th ISA Annual Convention in Toronto (CA), March 26th – 29th, 2014.
English (Minor: History), Bachelor of Arts, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Euromasters, Master of Arts, University of Bath
Speaker, Team Europe1 Aug 2017 → …
PR Consultant, Euro-Informationen1 Oct 2012 → 31 Jul 2017
Robert-Schuman-Trainee, European Parliament Liaison Office1 Mar 2012 → 31 Jul 2012
- JZ International relations
- Nuclear Disarmament
- European Union
- Epistemic Communities
- International Regimes
- Regime Effectiveness