The Arab-Israeli conflict, Israel, German-Israeli Relations, Israeli Domestic Politics, Political Orthodoxy, State and Religion
Since 2023 Associate, Africa and Middle East Division)
2016-2022 Head of the project »Israel and its regional and global conflicts: Domestic developments, security issues and foreign affairs« (completed)
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 new government is seeking fundamental changes in the political system and in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
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
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