Dr. Amichai Magen
Head of Diplomacy and Conflict Studies
Dr. Amichai Magen is a Senior Lecturer (US Associate Professor), Head of the MA Program in Diplomacy & Conflict Studies, and Director of the Program on Democratic Resilience and Development (PDRD) at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy.
Dr. Magen’s research and teaching interests include Democracy, the Rule of Law, Liberal Orders, and Political Violence.
Amichai Magen received the Yitzhak Rabin Fulbright Award (2003), served as a pre-doctoral fellow at the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law (CDDRL), Stanford University, and was the first Israeli to be awarded the prestigious National Fellow Award at the Hoover Institution (2008). In 2016 he was named Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow of the Robert Bosch Academy, an award that recognizes outstanding thought-leaders around the world. Between 2018 and 2022 he was Principal Investigator in two Horizon 2020 research consortia, EU-LISTCO and RECONNECT.
Amichai Magen served on the Executive Committee of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) and is a Board Member of the International Coalition for Democratic Renewal (ICDR), the Israel Council on Foreign Relations (ICFR), and the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration (IASEI). He also serves on the Editorial Board of the Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs (IJFA) published quarterly by Taylor & Francis.
Benedetta Berti & Amichai Magen, After Order: Limited Statehood, Order Contestation, and the Future of International Politics (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press) [forthcoming]
Amichai Magen & Zachary Parcels, Thinking About Areas of Limited Statehood and the Rule of Law, in Linda Hamid and Jan Wouters (eds.) Areas of Limited Statehood and the Rule of Law (Edward Elgar, 2020)
Amichai Magen & Laurent Pech, The Rule of Law and the European Union, in Christopher May & Adam Winchester (eds) Edward Elgar Research Handbook on the Rule of Law (2018)
Amichai Magen, In the Eye of the Storm: Israeli Foreign Policy After the "Arab Spring", in Beate Neuss and Antje Notzold (eds.) The Southern Mediterranean: Challenges to the European Foreign and Security Policy (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2015) pp. 221-256
Amichai Magen and Peretz Segal, The Globalization of Class Actions, 622 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (2009)
Amichai Magen, To Catch a Ballot Thief, 9/1 International Studies Review (2007) (Review Essay)
Amichai Magen, "Building Democratic Peace in the Eastern Mediterranean: An Inevitably Ambitious Agenda" in Andreas Marchetti (ed) The CSCE as a Model to Transform Western Relations with the Greater Middle East, Center for European Integration (2004)