Anja Dahlmann, M.A.

Anja Dahlmann, M.A.

Research Division: International Security


Since 2017 Associate in the project International Panel on the Regulation of Autonomous Weapons (IPRAW)

2015-2017 Research Assistant, Research Division International Security

2013-2015 Project Assistant »Arms Control for Unmanned Military Systems«, SWP

2013 M.A. Political Science, International and European Law, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

SWP Publications (selection):

Anja Dahlmann, Johannes Häußler

United Kingdom

in: Hanns Günther Hilpert, Stormy-Annika Mildner (eds.)
Fragmentation or Cooperation in Global Resource Governance?

A Comparative Analysis of the Raw Materials Strategies of the G20

Contributions to Research Papers 2013/RP 01, March 2013, 204 Pages, S. 143-149

External Publications (selection):

Anja Dahlmann

Getting a Grasp of LAWS?

What Quantitative Indicator-Based Approaches Could Bring to the Debate

in: Auswärtiges Amt (Hg.), Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems - Technology, Definition, Ethics, Law & Security, Berlin, 2017, S. 36-43
Anja Dahlmann

E-evidence and Cross Border Data Requests in Germany

in: Tommaso De Zan, Simona Autolitano (Hg.), EUnited Against Crime: Improving Criminal Justice in European Union Cyberspace, Rom, 2016, S. 28-41
Anja Dahlmann, Marcel Dickow, Léa Tisserant

The EDA and the Field of Research and Technology

in: Nikolaos Karampekios and Iraklis Oikonomou (eds.), The European Defence Agency. Arming Europe. London, New York, 2015, pp. 102-117.
Anja Dahlmann, Stormy-Annika Mildner

Deutschlands Rohstoffpartnerschaften: Modell mit Zukunftscharakter?

in: Analysen und Argumente, Nr. 137, Sankt Augustin, 20.11.2013 (online)

Working Papers of the Research Division (selection):

Anja Dahlmann, Marcel Dickow (eds.)

Focus on Computational Methods in the Context of LAWS

"Focus On" Report, No. 2, International Panel on the Regulation of Autonomous Weapons (iPRAW), November 2017
Anja Dahlmann, Marcel Dickow (eds.)

Focus on Technology and Application of Autonomous Weapons

"Focus On" Report, No. 1, International Panel on the Regulation of Autonomous Weapons (iPRAW), August 2017
Christian Alwardt, Anja Dahlmann, Marcel Dickow, Frank Sauer, Niklas Schörnig

First Steps towards a Multidimensional Autonomy Risk Assessment (MARA) in Weapons Systems

Working Papers 5, December 2015, 26 Pages

SWP Comments

Annegret Bendiek, Raphael Bossong, Matthias Schulze
The EU’s Revised Cybersecurity Strategy

Half-Hearted Progress on Far-Reaching Challenges

Rainer Glatz, Martin Zapfe
Ambitious Framework Nation: Germany in NATO

Bundeswehr Capability Planning and the “Framework Nations Concept”

SWP Research Papers

Oliver Meier
Non-Proliferation in Areas of Limited Statehood

The Contribution of International Regimes to Controlling Mass Destruction Capacities in War and Crisis Zones

Markus Kaim
Reforming NATO’s Partnerships