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Researchers


Researchers and Faculty Advisers

The Research Division is manned by a team of Researchers and Faculty Advisors that research on NATO-related issues.

Fellows

The NATO Defense College offers a number of fellowships each year in the field of defence and security policy research related to NATO and its Partners.

  • Anass Gouyez Ben Allal BIO

    Anass Gouyez Ben Allal

    Mediterranean Dialogue Fellow

    Areas of expertise:
    International Relations, Geopolitics, Geostrategy, International Law, Military Strategies, Civil-Military Relations, and Foreign Policies
  • Tracey German BIO

    Tracey German

    Senior Eisenhower Defense Fellow

    Areas of expertise:
    Russian foreign and security policies, Russia’s use of force in the post-Soviet space, conflict and security in the Caucasus and Caspian regions, and the impact of NATO/EU enlargement on Russia’s relations with its neighbours
  • Julia Rushchenko BIO

    Julia Rushchenko

    Partnership for Peace Fellow

    Areas of expertise:
    Radicalisation, prisons, counter extremism and gender
  • Amelie Theussen BIO

    Amelie Theussen

    Visiting Scholar

    Areas of expertise:
    Effects of changes to war and warfare on international legal norms regulating the use of force; German and Danish foreign and security policy, Baltic Sea security and defense reform.
 
Fellows work on a NATO-relevant topic throughout their fellowship at the NDC. Their papers are then published in one of the NDC Series.



Non-Resident Associate Fellows

The NDC created in 2019 a new category of researchers affiliated to the NDC Research Division: the Non-Resident Associate Fellows (NRAFs).
NRAFs support the College through their expertise on areas that are relevant to the NDC and NATO's broader agenda.
Current Non-Resident Associate Fellows are Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi from the Royal United Services Institute (UK), Thomas G. Mahnken from the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, Antonio Missiroli, former NATO Assistant Secretary General, Andrew Monaghan from the University of Oxford, and Sten Rynning from the University of Southern Denmark.