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Fenja Wiluda, M.A.

Research Associate at the Henry Kissinger Chair for Security and Strategy 


E-Mail: wiluda@uni-bonn.de
Telephone: 0228/ 73-4408
Address: Genscherallee 3, 2. Stock, Office number: 2.028, D-53113
Twitter: @CASSIS_Bonn


Fenja Wiluda is a Research Associate at the Henry Kissinger Chair for Security and Strategy Research since September 2021.

Fenja Wiluda received her Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Society from the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn and the Institut d'Études Politiques de Grenoble (Science Po). She also completed her Master of Arts in Political Science at the University of Bonn. In 2021, she dedicated her master's thesis to the alliance of the United States of America and Saudi Arabia under the presidency of Donald Trump and the rule of King Salman.

Research Focus

International Relations | Transatlantic Relations | Alliances | Personal Research | Middle East Security Research

Research Projects

  • Project Coordination of the Task Force on "the Future of Transatlantic Relations" and Editing of the Project Report "Partnerschip in Leadership: A New Beginning. New Implications for the Future of Transatlantic Relations" (September - December 2020).



Summer term 2023

Rise of the Gulf Moarchies as Global Players? (BMIB)

Winter term 2022/2023

Alliances of convenience in the Persian Gulf? Saudi Arabia as a Strategic Ally of Global Actors (BMIB)

Summer term 2022

Strategic Alliances of Europe - Current Challenge Russia (BMDE)   

Winter term 2021/2022

The Strategic Orientation of the EU (BMDE)

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