EU counterterrorism policy, border security and effects of the migration crisis on the EU
Since 2016 at SWP
2013–2016 Lecturer, Europe University Viadrina
2010–2014 Researchers, Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy (IFSH), Hamburg
2008–2010 Research Associate, Global Public Policy Institute, Berlin
2006–2008 Research Assistant, Department for International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science
The European Council has granted Ukraine candidate status. Despite political momentum, the road into the EU will be long and arduous. What challenges do the EU and Ukraine face in preparing for accession and eventual admission? This 360 Degrees was coordinated by Nicolai von Ondarza.
Contribution to a Research Paper 2021/RP 10, 13.12.2021, 125 Pages, pp. 65–68
Contribution to a Research Paper 2021/RP 10, 13.12.2021, 125 Pages, pp. 29–32
Evolving Threats of Jihadism, Right-wing Extremism, and Transatlantic Cooperation
Restoring the Schengen Regime in the Face of Old Conflicts and New Requirements for Public Health
Discussing the mosque shootings by a white supremacist in New Zealand, terrorism expert Raphael Bossong tells DW it is important to "reorient more resources" from jihadi terrorism, which remained very serious, to right-wing terrorism.
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world