Other publications

Think tank publications:

Europe after the Coronavirus: A “Return of the State”? Istituto Affari Internazionali, November 2020.

“Transatlantic relations” in: US Foreign Policy Priorities, Chatham House, October 2020.

The Weimar Triangle and the Future of the West (with Michał Kuź), Stiftung Genshagen, September 2020.

Europe After Coronavirus: The EU and a New Political Economy (with Pepijn Bergsen, Alice Billon-Galland, Vassilis Ntousas and Thomas Raines), Chatham House, June 2020. 

“Technocracy and Populism After the Coronavirus” in: How the Coronavirus Tests European Democracy, Carnegie Europe, June 2020)

The Future of Democracy in Europe, Chatham House, March 2020.

Why Germany matters for Japan, Japan Institute of International Affairs, November 2019.

“Don’t Overstretch on Regional Integration” in: Chatham House Expert Perspectives 2019: Ideas for Modernizing the Rules-based International Order, Chatham House, June 2019.

“A New Kind of Transatlantic Rift” in: Chatham House Expert Perspectives 2018: Risks and Opportunities in International Affairs, Chatham House, June 2018.

Atlanticist and “Post-Atlanticist” Wishful Thinking (with Jana Puglierin), German Marshall Fund of the United States, January 2018. (This paper was also published in German as “In der Zwickmühle” in the January/February 2018 issue of Internationale Politik.)

What is the Liberal International Order? German Marshall Fund of the United States, May 2017.

The New Parameters of German Foreign Policy, Transatlantic Academy, February 2017.

President Trump, the U.S. Security Guarantee, and the Future of European Integration, German Marshall Fund of the United States, January 2017.

“Europe” in: America’s International Role under Donald Trump, Chatham House, January 2017.

“India’s geoeconomic dilemma in a realigning Asia” in: Where Geopolitics Meets Business, Gateway House Compendium No. 1, June 2016.

The United States in German Foreign Policy, German Marshall Fund of the United States, April 2016.

How Economic Dependence Could Undermine Europe’s Foreign Policy Coherence, German Marshall Fund of the United States, January 2016.

“Europe’s limitations” in: Connectivity Wars, European Council on Foreign Relations, January 2016.

The difficult case for British membership of the EU, German Marshall Fund of the United States, May 2013.

China and Germany: Why the emerging special relationship matters for Europe (with Jonas Parello-Plesner), European Council on Foreign Relations, August 2012.

Book chapters:

“Germany’s Liberal Geo-economics: Using Markets for Strategic Objectives”, in: Sören Scholvin, Mikael Wigell and Mika Aaltola (eds.), Geo-economics: Power Politics in an Age of Interdependence (London: Routledge, 2018).

“Joschka Fischer und die deutsche Beteiligung am Krieg gegen Serbien” in: Jürgen Peter Schmied (ed.), Kriegerische Tauben: Liberale und linksliberale Interventionisten vom 19. Jahrhundert bis in die Gegenwart (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2019).

“The Frankfurt School and the West German Student Movement” in: Peter Gordon/Espen Hammer/Axel Honneth (eds.), The Routledge Companion to the Frankfurt School (London: Routledge, 2018).

Academic journal articles:

“Europe and the Return of History”, Journal of Modern European History, Volume 11, Number 3, August 2013, pp. 279-286. (A version of this paper was published as “El retorno de la historia” in the Spanish foreign-policy journal Política Exterior.)

“The Concept of “Normality” in German Foreign Policy since Unification”, German Politics and Society, Volume 30, Issue 2, Summer 2012, pp. 38-58 .

“Perpetrators and Victims: Germany’s 1968 Generation and Collective Memory”, German Life and Letters, Volume 64, Issue 2, April 2011, pp. 272–282.

Conference papers:

“Shocks and shifts: thoughts on geo-economics” (response to Jeffrey Frankel at the IISS seminar on geo-economics, Bahrain, 24-5 March 2012).


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