Israel, German-Israeli Relations, Israeli Domestic Politics, Political Orthodoxy, State and Religion
2012-2016 Scientific Assistant at the Chair of Politics and Society of the Middle East at the Institute of Political Science/University Erlangen-Nuremberg
2009-2010 Research Stay at the University of Tel Aviv
2009-2012 PhD Scholarship awarded by the Gerda-Henkel-Foundation
2001-2008 Political Science, History and Philosophy, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, University of Haifa
The Culture War over Israel’s Identity
Last week, EU foreign ministers emphasised that the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict remains one of the Union’s strategic interests and that they discourage possible steps towards annexations. In this vein, the EU and its Member States should send a clear signal, Muriel Asseburg and Peter Lintl argue.
Netanyahu Government Lays the Foundations for a Majoritarian System
Contribution to a Research Paper 2018/RP 03, 08.06.2018, 59 Pages, pp. 7–20
Interests, Narratives and the Reciprocal Effects of the Occupation
German leaders called the United States’ move in the Middle East incendiary and are not likely to follow suit. But Trump’s decision may have a bigger impact on US-German ties than on Berlin’s relationship with Israel.
Party positions and cleavages in light of the 2015 elections