Ukrainian Domestic and Foreign Policy, European Neighbourhood Policy and German Foreign Policy in Eastern Europe, International Organisations (esp. OSCE, Council of Europe), European Security Order
Since 10/2021 Associate, Eastern Europe and Eurasia Division, SWP
2020–2021 Guest Researcher, Center for OSCE Research (CORE), Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH)
2015–2020 DAAD Lecturer and Associate Professor, National University of Kyiv Mohyla-Academy (NaUKMA)
2012–2015 Political Advisor, Directorate for Policy Planning, Council of Europe, Strasbourg
2010–2015 Lecturer, Chair for International Relations, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
The European Council has granted Ukraine candidate status. Despite political momentum, the road into the EU will be long and arduous. What challenges do the EU and Ukraine face in preparing for accession and eventual admission? This 360 Degrees was coordinated by Nicolai von Ondarza.
The Russian attack on Ukraine will have serious consequences for Euro-Atlantic security beyond the military conflict. In a first multi-perspective analysis of the situation, the SWP takes a look at Russian domestic politics, the situation in Ukraine, Western sanctions, the EU’s and NATO’s response, China’s role and international law.