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
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.
On the Significance of China Competence for German and European Policy on China
The Covid-19 outbreak is an acid test for the international order, which was already under enormous pressure before the crisis. According to Susan Bergner, Nadine Godehardt, and Maike Voss, the political will to shape health policy globally is needed to achieve sustainable success.
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
4 scenarios for China-EU relations amid the war in Ukraine.
Under new Chancellor Scholz, obstacles remain for transatlantic coordination on China.