Aurélie Domisse

Research Associate

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Aurélie Domisse is a research associate at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin. She supports the institute’s peace and security team and contributes to PeaceLab2016. Her research interests include international organizations and critical security studies with a focus on counterterrorism.

Before joining GPPi, Aurélie held a postgraduate position in the civil economics practice group at Roland Berger GmbH, where she worked on projects for two federal ministries. Prior to that, she was a Carlo Schmid Fellow in NATO’s Policy Planning Unit, contributing to policy papers for the Secretary General in the run-up to the NATO Summit in Warsaw. Her previous experience also includes internships with the German Foreign Office, UNESCO’s Crisis and Transition Response unit, as well as GPPi’s peace & security program. During her master’s degree, she worked in the government and public relations department at Robert Bosch GmbH.

Aurélie holds a dual master’s degree in political science and international security from the Free University in Berlin and Sciences Po. She completed her undergraduate degree at Sciences Po and Oxford University. Her studies were supported by scholarships from the German National Academic Foundation and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

Languages: German, English, French, Spanish

Recent Publication

Commentary 15 September 2017

New Wine in Old Bottles: Germany and Conflict Prevention at the UN

by Aurélie Domisse
PassBlue

Report 26 July 2017

PeaceLab2016: A Fresh Look at Crisis Prevention

by Sarah Brockmeier, Aurélie Domisse, Philipp Rotmann, Mario Schulz
PeaceLab2016

Article 08 August 2016

Erweiterung gen Norden? Schweden, Finnland und die NATO

by Aurélie Domisse
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

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