Marina Henke is Professor of International Relations at the Hertie School and Director of the Centre for International Security. She researches and publishes on military interventions, peacekeeping, and European security and defense policy. Before joining the Hertie School, she was an Assistant Professor at Northwestern University, specializing in international relations and at Princeton University where she was a Lecturer and Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Henke holds a PhD in Politics and Public Policy from Princeton University. Her academic work has been published in International Security, Security Studies, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Strategic Studies, International Peacekeeping, Providing for Peacekeeping, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, and Conflict Management and Peace Science among others. She is also the author of Constructing Allied Cooperation: Diplomacy, Payments, and Power in Multilateral Military Coalitions (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2019).
- Military Interventions
- Nuclear Strategy
- U.S. and European Grand Strategy
- Marina E. Henke, Constructing Allied Cooperation: Diplomacy, Payments, and Power in Multilateral Military Coalitions (Cornell University Press, 2019).
- Marina E. Henke, “Buying Allies: Payment Practices in Multilateral Military Coalition-Building,” International Security 43:4 (2019): 128-162.
- Marina E. Henke, “Networked Cooperation: How the European Union Mobilizes Peacekeeping Forces to Project Power Abroad,” Security Studies 28:5 (2019): 901-934.
- Marina E. Henke, “The Rotten Carrot: US-Turkish Bargaining Failure over Iraq in 2003 and the Pitfalls of Social Embeddedness,” Security Studies 27:1 (2018): 120-147.
- Marina E. Henke, “The Politics of Diplomacy: How the United States Builds Multilateral Military Coalitions,” International Studies Quarterly 61:2 (2017): 410-424.