Dr. Sascha Lohmann

Dr. Sascha Lohmann


Research Division: The Americas
Associate

sascha.lohmann(at)swp-berlin.org

2017-2018 Fritz Thyssen Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

2015 Guest Scholar, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.

2013-2017 Fellow, The Americas Research Division, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Berlin

2013 Project Manager, SWP-Project »Possibilities and Limits of Foreign Policy Evaluation in the Realm of Crisis Prevention and Peacebuilding«, Berlin

 

 

Areas of Expertise:

United States, Transatlantic relations

Domestic conditions of US foreign policy, international sanctions, foreign policy evaluation


SWP Publications (selection):

Sascha Lohmann, Kirsten Westphal

US-Russia Policy Hits European Energy Supply

The Consequences of Unilateral Sanctions and Growing Market Competition

SWP Comment 2019/C 06, February 2019, 8 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C06


Sascha Lohmann

Diplomats and the Use of Economic Sanctions

in: Volker Stanzel (ed.)
New Realities in Foreign Affairs: Diplomacy in the 21st Century

2018/RP 11, November 2018, 69 Pages, S. 12-17

External Publications (selection):

Sascha Lohmann

The convergence of transatlantic sanction policy against Iran

in: Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2016, Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 930-951

Working Papers of the Research Division (selection):

Sascha Lohmann

Understanding Diplomacy in the 21st Century

Working Paper, Project “Diplomacy in the 21st Century”, No 11, March 2017, 12 Pages

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

Sascha Lohmann

Political and psychological challenges to sanctions relief

in: Brookings Institution, Markaz Blog, Debating the Iran Deal Series, Number 3, July 10, 2015 (online)

SWP Comments

Sascha Lohmann, Kirsten Westphal
US-Russia Policy Hits European Energy Supply

The Consequences of Unilateral Sanctions and Growing Market Competition


Sascha Lohmann
Extraterritorial U.S. Sanctions

Only Domestic Courts Could Effectively Curb the Enforcement of U.S. Law Abroad