Eastern Europe, Eurasia Senior Fellow
focus on Ukrainian domestic and foreign policy, and EU-Russian relations. Special topics are the development of civil society in Eastern Europe, promotion of democracy, and the role of human rights in foreign policy.
Fall 2022: Research stay at the Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw
October 2021-September 2022: Sabbatical year
2005–2007 Lecturer at the Chair for Political Science and Contemporary History, Mannheim University
2004 Doctoral degree in Political Science, Mannheim University
1997–2005 Research Associate at the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research
One year after the massive attack on Ukraine, the Kremlin is sticking to its maximum goals, a negotiated settlement is not in sight. How a prolonged war can affect Russia, Ukraine and Belarus is analysed in this 360 degrees. Margarete Klein coordinated the publication.
A Strategic Assessment
How Member-State Coalitions Can Contribute
Promising Visions, Murky Realities
Convergence Yes, EU Compatibility No