Marie Wolf

Research Assistant, Program Security, Defense, and Armaments


  • European Foreign and Security Policy
  • Civilian CSDP Compact
  • Global Health & Health Security


English, Spanish


Phone: +49 (0)30 25 42 31-983

Marie Wolf works as a research assistant in DGAP’s Security, Defense, and Armaments program since April 2018. Currently, she supports the project “Civilian CSDP Compact”. She is doing her Master’s degree in International Relations at the Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt Universität Berlin, and Universität Potsdam. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Public Governance and European Public Administration in Münster and Enschede (Netherlands). Previously, she worked as a freelancer at the Federal Foreign Office.


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Selected Publications

Shaping the Future of Civilian Crisis Management
by Carina Böttcher, Marie Wolf, 28.11.2018
Almost unnoticed by the wider public, the EU has taken a landmark decision to make its civilian crisis management more capable, flexible and responsive. However, important commitments in the “Civilian CSDP Compact” remain vague. As a strong supporter of civilian CSDP, Germany should push for further ambitious steps to be made concrete.
Category: Security
EU Civilian Crisis Management
How the Union Can Live up to Its Ambitions – or Stumble into Irrelevance
by Hannah Neumann, Carina Böttcher, Christian Mölling, Marie Wolf
DGAPkompakt 15 (July 2018), 6 pp.
EU Civilian Crisis Management
Europe’s security situation has drastically changed. Current challenges can neither be tackled by member states individually, nor by military means alone. A new ambitious process at EU level gives member states the opportunity to improve the EU’s civilian crisis management and answer central questions. Most importantly though, member states need to increase their financial and personal commitments, if they want to prevent this trademark of European foreign policy from drifting into irrelevance.
Category: Security
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