Asia Senior Associate
China, connectivity, geopolitics, political systems
Joined SWP in February 2013
Since July 2015 co-editor of the book series »Routledge Studies on Challenges, Crises and Dissent in World Politics«
Since October 2015 Affiliated Researcher at ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin
2012 Ph.D., Political Science, University of Hamburg
2008-2012 Research Fellow, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg
2007 Magister Artium (M.A.), Political Science, Philosophy, Sinology, University of Tübingen
Three scenarios for 2030 and their implications
On the Significance of China Competence for German and European Policy on China
China is increasingly seen as the central threat to the liberal Western world order. A growing sense that this shift is unstoppable creates a climate of discussion that overlooks important alternatives, writes Nadine Godehardt.
A Database for Corpus-Driven Research on the United Nations Security Council
On Confidently Dealing with Chinese Initiatives
Security cooperation has become vital for protecting China’s interests and investments in Africa, especially in the geopolitically important Horn of Africa (HoA). Now, it recently launched the ‘Initiative of Peaceful Development in the Horn of Africa’ and appointed its first special envoy for the region. Both steps suggest that China seeks to become a more prominent development and security provider in the region. As the EU and Germany currently re-evaluate their relations with Beijing as much as with African partner countries, questions arise about the substance of the HoA initiative and what the consequences for peace and security in the region could be.
4 scenarios for China-EU relations amid the war in Ukraine.
Under new Chancellor Scholz, obstacles remain for transatlantic coordination on China.