Hofmann, Stephanie C. and Benjamin Martill. forthcoming 2021. "The party scene: new directions for political party research in foreign policy analysis." International Affairs
Hofmann, Stephanie C. online first. "Beyond Culture and Power: the Role of Party Ideologies in German Foreign and Security Policy." German Politics.
Eilstrup-Sangiovanni, Mette and Stephanie C. Hofmann. 2020. "The Contemporary Global Order, Crisis, and Change." Journal of European Public Policy 27, 7: 1077-1089.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. and Frédéric Mérand. 2020. “In search of lost time: Memory-framing, bilateral identity-making, and European security.” Journal of Common Market Studies 58, 1: 155-171.
Haftel, Yoram and Stephanie C. Hofmann. 2019. "Rivalry and Overlap: Why Regional Economic Organizations Encroach on Security Organizations." Journal of Conflict Resolution 63, 9: 2180-2206.
Stephanie C. Hofmann. 2019. "The Politics of Overlapping Organizations: Hostage-taking, Forum shopping, and Brokering." Journal of European Public Policy 26, 6: 883-905.
o Washington Post Monkey Cage “Brexit will weigh heavily on European security. Here’s why.” (October 18, 2018).
Hofmann, Stephanie C. and Ueli Staeger. 2019. “Frame contestation and collective securitization: the case of EU energy policy.” West European Politics 42, 2: 323-345.
Haftel, Yoram and Stephanie C. Hofmann. 2017. “Institutional Authority and Security Cooperation within Regional Economic Organizations.” Journal of Peace Research 54, 4: 484-498.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2017. “NATO’s Institutional Transformation: Revisiting France’s Relationship with NATO (and the Common Wisdom on Gaullism).” Journal of Strategic Studies 40, 4: 505-531.
Hofmann, Stephanie C., Barbara Bravo and Susanna Campbell. 2016. “Investing in International Security: Rising Powers and Organizational Choices.” Cambridge Review of International Affairs 29, 3: 831-851.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. and Andrew I. Yeo. 2015. “Business As Usual: The Role of Norms in Alliance Management.” European Journal of International Relations 21, 2: 377-401.
Beyer, Jesscia L. and Stephanie C. Hofmann. 2011. “Varieties of Neutrality: Norm Revision and Decline.” Cooperation and Conflict 46, 3: 285–311.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2011. “Why Institutional Overlap Matters: CSDP in the European Security Architecture.” Journal of Common Market Studies 49, 1: 101–120.
Mérand, Frédéric, Stephanie C. Hofmann and Bastien Irondelle. 2011. “Governance and State Power: A Network Analysis of European Security.” Journal of Common Market Studies 49, 1: 121–147.
Mérand, Frédéric, Stephanie C. Hofmann and Bastien Irondelle. 2010. “Transgovernmental Networks in European Security and Defence Policy.” European Integration online Papers (EIoP), 1, 14.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2009. “Overlapping Institutions in the Realm of International Security: The Case of NATO and ESDP.” Perspectives on Politics 7, 1: 45–52.
non peer-reviewed articles
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2019. “Global Ordering and Organizational Alternative for Europe: NATO vs. the European Union.” Texas National Security Review (part of Policy Roundtable: Competing Visions for the Global Order, Michael C. Horowitz and Andro Mathewson, chairs).
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2016. “Response to Critics.” International Politics Review 4, 1: 2-4.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. and Oliver Jütersonke. 2012. “Regional Organizations and the Responsibility to Protect in the Context of the Arab Spring.” Swiss Political Science Review 18, 1: 132-135.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2010. “The European Security Architecture: The EU Perspective.” CIG Occasional Paper, pp. 27–34.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2008. “OTAN: vers un nouveau concept stratégique?” Politique étrangère 1 (March): 105–116.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2007. “Overlapping Institutions in the Realm of Security: The Case of NATO and ESDP.” In Karen Alter and Sophie Meunier, eds. The Politics of International Regime Complexity Symposium, pp. 75–89. Chicago: Roberta Buffet Center for International and Comparative Studies Working Paper No. 3.
Hofmann, Stephanie C. 2004. “Why Am I? That is the question. Norm contestation, reinforcement and coexistence and the creation of CFSP.” Cahiers européens de Sciences Po.