Julius Maximilian Rogenhofer

Associate Editor

Julius Maximilian Rogenhofer is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Cambridge, where his work focuses on parliamentary meaning-making in response to crises and on the relationship of democratic politics with populism. His work is supported by scholarships from the Cambridge Trust and the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. Currently, Rogenhofer is also an International Scholar at KU Leuven. 

Outside of his commitments at the University of Cambridge, Rogenhofer is a former visiting scholar at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Brussels. He has published analyses for the Middle East Institute, the Heinrich Boell Foundation, and the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs. Together with Hacer Z. Gonul, Rogenhofer founded the platform M3Dialogue.com, which seeks to nurture exchange between academics, the public, and politicians on issues relating to migrants, minorities, and marginalisation across the world. Rogenhofer is also a solicitor of the Courts of England and Wales.

Latest by Julius Maximilian Rogenhofer


Does Erdogan offer a populist blueprint for Modi and Netanyahu? March 12, 2021.

Benjamin Netanyahu, Likud and the uncertain fate of Israel’s democracy February 2, 2021.

How Hindutva threatens the world’s largest democracy January 10, 2021.

Turkey, a perfect storm of anti-democratic​ populism? January 6, 2021.