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On June 18, 2019, several representatives of multiple faculties of the university of Bonn founded the Center for Advanced Security, Strategic and Integration Studies (CASSIS) as an interdisciplinary research center for strategic foreign policy, european and security studies. It is headed by the Henry-Kissinger-Chair for security and strategic studies.

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Task force "Future of the Transatlantic Relations"

On September 24th, the task force "Future of the Transatlantic Relations" was established under the leadership of Henry-Kissinger-Professor Ulrich Schlie.

German Security Policy Since 1990: Looking For a Strategy

The newest publication by Henry-Kissinger-Professor at CASSIS, Ulrich Schlie, in SIRIUS - Zeitschrift für Strategische Analysen (article only available in German)

Germany from Peace to Power? Can Germany lead in Europe without dominating?

The newest publication by the Senior-Professor at CASSIS, Prof. James D. Bindenagel, will be released in september 2020 as part of the "Contemporary Issues in International Security and Strategic Studies"-series

Can Germany Lead Europe Strategically?

Publication by Senior-Professor at CASSIS, James D. Bindenagel, in Internationale Politik by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAV)

Fellowship and Scholarship-Program for scientists from the global South

CASSIS is searching for post-doctoral scientists and doctoral candidates from Africa, Latin America, South Asia and Southeast Asia.

Report: International Security Forum Bonn 2019

The results and commentaries of senior experts of the forum are now available online.

 
 
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