David Kipp, Dipl.-Pol.


Research Division: Global Issues
Associate

David.Kipp(at)swp-berlin.org

2009-2015 Advisor to Members of the German Bundestag, Berlin

2008 Research and Programme Coordinator, Development and Peace Foundation, Bonn

2008-2009 Project Assistant, Germany Close Up - Germany Close Up American Jews Meet, Berlin

2007-2008 Fellow at the United Nations Department of Public Information and internship at the Permanent Mission of Germany to the UN, New York City

2002-2007 studies of political science, Otto-Suhr-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin


SWP Publications (selection):

David Kipp, Anne Koch

Looking for External Solutions: Instruments, Actors, and Strategies for European Migration Cooperation with African Countries

in: Anne Koch, Annette Weber, Isabelle Werenfels (eds.)
Profiteers of Migration?

Authoritarian States in Africa and European Migration Management

Contributions to Research Papers 2018/RP 04, July 2018, 74 Pages, S. 9-21

Steffen Angenendt, David Kipp

»Better Migration Management«

A Good Approach to Cooperating with Countries of Origin and Transit?

SWP Comment 2017/C 33, September 2017, 4 Pages
Steffen Angenendt, David Kipp, Anne Koch

Many Refugees, Poor Data

Development Cooperation Requires Higher-quality Data

SWP Comment 2016/C 37, August 2016, 4 Pages

External Publications (selection):

Steffen Angenendt, David Kipp, Amrei Meier

Mixed migration

Challenges and options for the ongoing project of German and European asylum and migration policy

Bertelsmann Stiftung (ed.), May 2017, 60 pages

In the Media/ »Point of View« (selection):

David Kipp

EU Migration Policy

DWnews on the latest news in the EU Migration Debate - the situation of the Lifeline in the Mediterranean Sea, the ongoing conflict within the German Government and the new EU policy towards refugees. Interview with David Kipp.

Interview, in: DWnews, 26.06.2018 (online)
David Kipp

Migration study: Europe needs to understand the African context

How far should the EU go to reach its migration agenda? Researchers in Berlin looked at the cooperation between the EU and authoritarian states in Africa.

Interview by Jane Nyingi, in: Deutsche Welle, 21.04.2018 (online)

SWP Comments

Andreas Goldthau, Martin Keim, Kirsten Westphal
The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation

Governing the Shift: Transformation Dividends, Systemic Risks and New Uncertainties


Susanne Dröge
Climate and Security Revisited

Germany’s Priorities for the 2019/2020 UN Security Council Period


SWP Research Papers

Marianne Beisheim
UN Reforms for the 2030 Agenda

Are the HLPF’s Working Methods and Practices “Fit for Purpose”?


Lars Brozus (ed.)
While We Were Planning

Unexpected Developments in International Politics. Foresight Contributions 2018