Research Fellow, Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa)
- Institutional issues of the European Union
- Franco-German relations, French and German European policy
- German and EU migration policy
Jeanette SÜẞ is a researcher at the Study Committee on Franco-German (Cerfa) at the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri), working in particular on the European Union and the Franco-German relations.
Before joining the Cerfa at Ifri in March 2023, she worked for a German political foundation in Brussels on political relations with France through multiple projects with think tanks, political parties and civil society organisations. After her studies in political science at Sciences Po Paris and the Freie Universität Berlin, she worked for the Expert Council on Integration and Migration (SVR) advising the German government as well as for the European Union Institute for Security Studies in Paris.
New Impulses for Stagnant Relationships - German-French Ministerial Council Meets in a New Format Analysis, Friedrich-Naumann Stiftung, 18.10.2023
As the doors of the illustrious Hôtel Beauharnais on Rue de Lille 78 swung open on the evening of 4 October, and the masses streamed into the German Embassy in Paris to celebrate German Unity Day, the reports of the currently strained state of Franco-German relations seemed...
Between Inertia and Openness. Germany Reforms Its Labor Immigration System Notes du Cerfa, No. 174, Ifri, July 2023
With its new Skilled Immigration Act (Fachkräfteeinwanderungsgesetz) of 23 June 2023, Germany aims to become the country with "the most modern immigration law in Europe". A new points system and new entry rules for experienced workers having a degree from their home country...