(Deputy Head of Research Division)
Current focus: Digital geopolitics, EU cyber diplomacy, EU cyber security regulation, EU cyber defense
Global Health Governance, Global Health Policy of the EU
Strategic foresight, global governance, science-policy link
European Enlargement Policy and its implications for the political system and the policies of the European Union as well as Germany's approach to European Affairs
Foreign and security policy challenges of Germany and the EU; Geopolitical and geoeconomic dynamics; Trade and foreign economic policy
(Head of Research Division)
Present research focus: evolution and future perspectives of the international order; German foreing and securty policy; comparative analysis of German and Japanese security policies
Current research interests include Brexit, the future of EU-UK relations, European political parties and democracy in the EU.
Global Health Governance, Global Health Security
Challenges, Opportunities and Success Factors
Five German and European Priorities for the Transatlantic Agenda
How to Link “Global Britain” to European Foreign and Security Policy
Next Steps for the EU
Germany holds elections in September 2021. The new government will have to define its foreign, European and security policy in a rapidly shifting international environment. This dossier examines the central issues at stake.
Aspirational talk is important, but future-oriented policies based on foresight and predictions are essential for international cooperation, argues Lars Brozus.