U.S. economic policy, monetary policy, trade policy, trade agreements, financial crisis, financial regulation, sovereign default
Since 2019 Head of Research Division, Research Division "The Americas", SWP, Berlin
Since 2015 Researcher, Research Division "The Americas", SWP, Berlin
2012-2013 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Central European University, Budapest
2011-2012 Fritz Thyssen Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge
2010-2011 DAAD PhD Fellow, Politics Department, Princeton University, Princeton
2006-2010 Research Associate, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
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.
Five German and European Priorities for the Transatlantic Agenda
How to Prevent the Open Global Trade Order from Unravelling
Trump’s ‘America First’ Policy Puts Pressure on the EU
The prospect of securing major private-sector investments could offer Iran an incentive to uphold its side of the nuclear agreement despite Washington’s withdrawal. Laura von Daniels proposes the creation of a private German Iran Bank to facilitate such investments.
As Regulation of Bank Capital Comes to a Close, Stability Concerns Risk Taking a Backseat