Daniela Braun

Associate Fellow, Alfred Oppenheim Centre for European Policy Studies

Areas of Expertise

  • Global Health Security




Phone: +49 (0)30 25 42 31-72
Email: braun@af.dgap.org

Daniela Braun joined the DGAP as an associate fellow in September 2017 and she contributes to the project “A New Strategy for European Health Policy”. Daniela is a PhD candidate with the Freie University Berlin and is mostly interested in the intersection of security and health. As an International Fox Fellow, Daniela spent the academic year 2016-2017 at Yale University.

Daniela studied political science and international relations at the Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms University Bonn, the University of Warsaw, the Freie University Berlin and the American University in Washington D.C. Prior to joining the DGAP, she gained work experience at the German Bundestag, the Berlin Office of the German Marshall Fund and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. 


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Selected Publications

A New Strategy for European Health Policy
by Anna-Lena Kirch, Daniela Braun
DGAPanalyse 6 (September 2018), 25 pp.
A New Strategy for European Health Policy
Germany considers itself a leading European power that utilizes its influence to promote EU cohesion in the face of Brexit and numerous other crises. However, a different picture emerges in European health policy, an area that is not only being discussed as an essential part of the EU’s social dimension but also in the context of its security and development positioning: Far from shaping the discussion, Germany is at times even perceived as the brakeman to an effective European health policy.
Category: Health, European Union
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