|Head of the research unit: Tassinari, Fabrizio
|Dreyer, Jakob, stud.scient.pol. Student Assistant|
|Assistant editor Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook, research assignments, coordination of DIIS' weekly contributions to JP, practical organization of conferences and seminars
Contact: E. firstname.lastname@example.org, T: +45 3145 9201
|Guzzini, Stefano, PhD, Senior Researcher (Leave of absence)|
|Foreign policy analysis (applied: US, German, French foreign policy), Theories of International Relations and International Political Economy (applied: realism and constructivism); Power Analysis.
Contact: E: email@example.com, T: +45 32698953
|Heiberg, Morten, PhD, Chief Advisor|
|Foreign relations; Danish Cold War History; National security and intelligence services; Spanish and Italian history; Fascism; legal history; CIA flights over Greenland
Contact: E: Morten.Heiberg@jur.ku.dk
|Holm, Ulla, PhD, Senior Researcher|
|Foreign policy analysis, discourse analysis, social constructivism, theories on regionalization and immigration. French domestic and foreign/EU policy. Islam and secularism in France. EU's Neigbhourhood policy toward the southern Mediteranean. Domestic policies in Lybia and Algeria. Security policy in the Sahara/Sahel area.
Contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: +45 3269 8962
|Jensen, Peter Munk, Senior Analyst|
|EU Eastern partnership
Contact: E: email@example.com, T: +45 3269 8793
|Larsen, Henrik Boesen Lindbo, MSc, PhD Candidate|
|NATO external relations: 1) enlargement under the conditionality of democratic change; 2) strategic partnerships involving some degree of democracy promotion; 3) nation/state-building as observed in Kosovo and in Afghanistan. Historical lessons of great powers and the geopolitical effects of declining economic power.
Contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: +45 3269 8768
|Mouritzen, Hans, Dr.scient.pol., Senior Researcher|
|Thematic: geopolitics and foreign policy, democracy vs. elitism in foreign policy, 'small state' adaptation, IGOs, security communities including stability projection.
Geographical: Danish foreign policy and transnational relations, Euro-atlantic relations (NATO and the EU-US dialogue), Baltic Sea area, Sweden, Öresund region.
Contact: E: email@example.com, T: +45 3269 8790
|Nissen, Christine, MSc, Research Assistant|
|Contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: +45 3269 8733, M: +45 2611 4474|
|Olesen, Mikkel Runge, MA, PhD Candidate|
|The use of historical analogies and schemata in foreign policy and security policy decision-making
Danish security policy since 1864 with focus on:
- The Second Schleswig War of 1864
- Denmark in the early Cold War
- Danish foreign policy in the Baltic Area 1988-1991
Contact: E: email@example.com, T: +45 2851 0502
|Tassinari, Fabrizio, PhD, Senior Researcher, Head of the research unit on Foreign policy and EU studies|
|Fabrizio Tassinari’s current research centers on issues pertaining to European security and integration, with a particular emphasis on the politics of the wider EU neighborhood: including the Balkans, Turkey, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Russia, and the Mediterranean (Tunisia), as well as related EU policy-frameworks (e.g. enlargement, Neighborhood Policy), the role of NATO and of the United States.
Contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: +45 3269 8957
|Thomasen, Gry, MA, PhD Candidate|
|Transatlantic relations 1945-1975
Contact: E: email@example.com