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Marie KRPATA

Research Fellow, Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) 


Research Interests:

  • Domestic political debates in European Union member states
  • International relations of the EU
  • Human Security, Minority rights, social cohesion
  • Transportation and urban policies

 

Marie Krpata works as a Research Fellow at the Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) at the French Institute of International Relations – Ifri where she dedicates her research activities to the European Union and the external relations of the Franco-German couple. She gathered her main study and work experiences in Austria, France and Germany.

Before joining the Cerfa in September 2020, she worked in non-governmental and international organisations on the human dimension of security, as well as in consultancies where she carried out infrastructure and transportation projects in emerging countries as well as in Europe, in the frame of which she produced macro-economic, regulatory and strategic studies.

All my publications
13/10/2022

The EU’s basic assumptions, on which it grounds its economic and trade power, are being steadily cast into doubt. The EU’s main trade partners, the US and China, increasingly set their sights on securing their supply chains, which may further a potential decoupling. 

29/09/2022

The current geopolitical situation has disrupted the European and global order, which were both consolidated in the 1990s and have been key factors in the modern German model. The Franco-German duo is currently facing new challenges and it will have to respond appropriately in a time when the...

25/04/2022
By: John SEAMAN, Francesca GHIRETTI, Lucas ERLBACHER, Xiaoxue MARTIN, Miguel OTERO-IGLESIAS, (eds.) with , Marie KRPATA

The idea that Europe has grown dependent on China is now a common refrain, but just how is this notion understood in capitals across the continent? 

28/10/2021

The Indo-Pacific region is increasingly becoming the center of gravity of economy and geopolitics. It covers 60% of the world’s population, triggers 30% of international trade and drains 60% of global gross domestic product (GDP).

22/09/2021

At the heart of the European project, the Franco-German tandem provides impetus for further integration within the EU. However, Brussels is yet to decide which direction it wants to take, and the French and Germans still have to agree on their position with regards to economics,...

25/03/2021

The global car market has been shrinking since 2018. This is a key economic sector for Germany whose producers belong to the Top 15 carmakers worldwide. Yet they are running the risk of being outclassed and eventually replaced, given emerging actors in the USA and China.

All my medias
26/10/2022
By: Marie KRPATA , quoted by Angelique Chrisafis in The Guardian

Two leaders under pressure to repair relations after rifts over defence, energy and China. The French president, Emmanuel Macron, hosted the German chancellor, Olaf Scholz, for lunch on Wednesday as they sought to iron out significant differences on energy and defence that have weakened...