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Dr. C.M.L. (Charlotte) Hille

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Programme group: Political Economy and Transnational Governance
Photographer: Charlotte Hille

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Room number: B8.09
Postal address
  • Postbus 15578
    1001 NB Amsterdam
  • Publications


    • Hille, C. (2020). Clans and Democratization: Chechnya, Albania, Afghanistan and Iraq. (International Comparative Social Studies; Vol. 43). Brill. [details]


    • Hille, C., & Gendron, R. (2019). Circassia: Remembering the Past Empowers the Future. Iran & the Caucasus, 23(2), 199-215. [details]
    • Hille, C., & van Sytzama, E. (2019). Introductie (internationale) mediation: Voor iedereen die mediation wil begrijpen en toepassen. (Studieboeken bestuur en beleid). Den Haag: Boom bestuurskunde. [details]


    • Hille, C. (2017). Les tentatives européennes de pacification du Caucase: ambitions et contradictions. In A. Bazin, & C. Tenenbaum (Eds.), L'Union européenne et la paix: L'invention d'un modèle européen de gestion des conflits (pp. 203-222). Paris: Presses de Sciences Po. [details]


    • Hille, C. (2015). Internationaal publiekrecht vanuit politicologisch perspectief. - 3e, gewijzigde en uitgebreide ed. Dordrecht: Republic of Letters. [details]
    • Hille, C. M. L., Gendron, R. E., & Goos, M. S. (Accepted/In press). Circassia, Successful Marginalised Group Inclusion. Iran & the Caucasus.




    • Hille, C. (2011). Internationaal publiekrecht vanuit politicologisch perspectief. Dordrecht: Republic of Letters. [details]


    • Hille, C. (2010). Internationaal publiekrecht vanuit politicologisch perspectief. Dordrecht: Republic of Letters Publishing. [details]
    • Hille, C. (2010). State building and conflict resolution in the Caucasus. (Eurasian studies library; No. 1). Leiden: Brill. [details]
    • Hille, C. (2010). Devletlerarası hukukta Abhazya'nın tanınması. In S. Babakuş (Ed.), Abhazya'nın bağımsızlığı ve Kafkasya'nın geleceği (pp. 32-42). İstanbul: Abhazya'nın Dostları.
    • Hille, C. (2010). The Recognition of Abkhazia in International Law. In J. Colarusso (Ed.), Independence of Abkhazia and prospects for the Caucasus: speeches from the international conference organized by the Friends of Abkhazia, Municipality of Beşiktaş and Istanbul Bilgi University (pp. 34-42). Istanbul: Friends of Abkhazia. [details]
    • Hille, C. (2010). The Role of the United Nations in Abkhazia, Opportunities and Missed Opportunities between 1992 and 2009. In W. Feichtinger, E. Felberbauer, & P. Jureković (Eds.), Failed prevention: the case of Georgia (pp. 151-168). Wien: National Defence Academy and Bureau for Security Policy at the Austrian Ministry of Defence. [details]
    • Hille, C. (2010). The recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia: a new era in international law. In F. Companjen, L. Marácz, & L. Versteegh (Eds.), Exploring the Caucasus in the 21st century: essays on culture, history and politics in a dynamic context (pp. 195-209). (Amsterdam contributions). Amsterdam: Pallas. [details]




    • Hille, C. (2010). Recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhazia two years later: unicum or trendsetting? Security and Human Rights, 21(3), 153-155. [details]


    • Gendron, R., Hille, C., & Goos, M. (2012). Human security in an age of different meanings of borders: bringing the spirit of Dag Hammarskjold to light. Paper presented at 10th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Centre Mont-Royal, Montréal, Canada, .
    • Hille, C. M. L. (2012). The Interaction Between Negotiation Research, Simulations for Negotiation Training and Research, and Negotiations: The Case Study of the Caucasus. Paper presented at IDDRI, .
    • Hille, C. M. L., & Gendron, R. (2012). Women Negotiating the Peace. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, Amsterdam, .


    • Hille, C. (2011). Role and Responsibility of Religious Communities and Civil Society for Conflict Resolution in South Caucasus. Paper presented at Panel Discussion "Role and Responsibilities of Religious Communities and Civil Society for Conflict Resolution in South Caucasus", .
    • Hille, C. M. L., & de Vries, P. A. (2011). Implementation of Resolution 1325 in the Netherlands, A Window of Opportunities For Women Rebuilding War-torn Societies. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, UvA, .

    Talk / presentation

    • Hille, C. M. L. (invited speaker) & Janssens, R. V. A. (invited speaker) (16-3-2015). The United States as an Arctic Nation: Between Frontier Phantasies and Imperative Military Strategic Thinking, Conference on the Arctic, London.
    • Hille, C. M. L. (invited speaker) (20-9-2014). Making a Difference: Women Peace Negotiaors in the Caucasus, Conference Women in/at War, Warwick University.
    • Hille, C. M. L. (invited speaker) (27-4-2012). The Role of Women in Internal and International Conflict, Science Po, Paris.


    • Hille, C. M. L. (organiser) (9-12-2015). International Mediation Conference, Brussels. International Mediation (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Hille, C. M. L. (organiser) (20-12-2014). University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam. Serious Request Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Hille, C. M. L. (organiser) (9-12-2014). in cooperation with Science Po Lille, Brussels. International Mediation, the case of Congo (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Hille, C. M. L. (organiser) (2012). International conference on “International Negotiations on Women’s Issues”, Brussels. Organiser (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
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