Dr. Andris Banka

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Lehrstuhl für Internationale Beziehungen und Regionalstudien
Bahnhofstr. 51
D-17489 Greifswald



My research focuses on the security of the Baltic states, NATO and US-Baltic relations. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Birmingham, UK. I have taught international relations and politics classes in Germany, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.



Killing Norms Softly: US targeted killing, quasi-secrecy and the assassination ban, Security Studies, 27:(4).

Reclaiming a good ally status: Baltic coping strategies in the America First world, European Security, 30:(2).

NATO’s eastern flank: retooling the US-Baltic security link, NATO Defense College, 3:(21).

Neither reckless nor free-riders: Auditing the Baltics as US treaty allies, Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 20:(3).

Church lessons: Revisiting America’s assassination ban, Journal of American History and Politics, 1:(1).

Middle-powers to the rescue? The SAIS Review of International Affairs,18:(2).

To Trip a Bear: Canadian-led Enhanced Forward Presence in Latvia, CDA Institute Vimy Paper 39.