Aurelie Domisse is a research associate at the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin, where she works on peace and security. She has 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.

  •  September 15, 2017 
BERLIN — Just as Germany’s run for a nonpermanent seat on the United Nations Security Council for the 2019-20 term is gathering steam, its government has published a new white paper, titled “Preventing Crises, Managing Conflicts, Building Peace.” In this release, Germany promises to become more active in the mostly civilian aspects of conflict …

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