Isabelle Maras

Policy Fellow

Isabelle Maras is an expert for external relations and partnerships at the Franco-German University (DFH/UFA) and a Senior Fellow at the Centre International de Formation Européenne (CIFE). At Das Progressive Zentrum she works as a Visiting Fellow for the Programme International Relations. Prior to her current position, she was a Project Leader at the Foundation Genshagen as an international expert for the French foreign ministry. She has studied European Politics and Political Science in Lyon, Frankfurt, and Brussels. She has gained extensive both academic and practical experience in Franco-German relations, EU foreign policy and European defence and security policy.


Selected Publications

Maras, Isabelle (2016) : “Le Triangle de Weimar avant le sommet de l’OTAN de Varsovie”, CIFE Policy paper n°39, Centre international de formation européenne – CIFE, 4 July 2016

Maras, Isabelle (2015): “France, Germany, Poland: Going beyond the symbolic to realize potential”, in: Demesmay, Claire, Stark, Hans, Opening up the Franco-German Dialogue. How Trialogues Can Enhance European Integration, DGAPanalyse 6, 9 June 201

Maras Isabelle (2010): “Governing the police reform carried out under ESDP auspices: The case of the Democratic Republic of Congo”, in: Ehrhart, Hans-Georg/Kahl Martin (Hrsg.), EU Security Governance: Konzeptionelle und praktische Herausforderungen, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag

Maras, Isabelle (2010) (with Sybille Reinke de Buitrago): “Les interventions de la Bundeswehr au miroir de la classe politique et des opinions publiques en Allemagne et en France”, in: Allemagne d’aujourd’hui, “Sortie de la singularité – Retour à la normalité”, Special issue “Politiques et interventions militaires extérieures de l’Allemagne depuis 1990”, No. 192, April-June 2010

Maras, Isabelle (2008) (mit Michael Brzoska): “Säulenübergreifende Zusammenarbeit von Rat und Kommission der Europäischen Union zur Unterstützung von Reformen im Bereich der Sicherheitssektorreform”, short paper, BICC (Bonn International Centre for Conversion)



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