Nele Katharina WISSMANN
Domaines d'expertise :
- Le débat sur la migration, les réfugiés, l’intégration et l’islam en Allemagne
- Relations franco-allemandes
Nele Katharina Wissmann a travaillé au Cerfa de septembre 2009 jusqu’à avril 2016. Depuis septembre 2016, elle est chercheur associé.
Elle a suivi un cursus intégré franco-allemand en Etudes Européennes (Université franco-allemande - UFA/DFH) et elle est titulaire d'un master II recherche en Etudes Européennes de Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle.
The Right-wing Extremism in Germany. An Underestimated Threat? Notes du Cerfa, No. 151, Ifri, December 2019
In 2018, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution classified 24,100 people in Germany as right-wing extremists. More than one out of two right-wing extremists is described as “violence-oriented”. These figures demonstrate the high level of threat in the German...
The term "refugee crisis" is not uncontroversial in Germany; it is indeed accused of presenting the refugees as being responsible for the crisis. The events that have occurred since the summer of 2015 should rather be called "crisis of the authorities", given that Germany could have...
Islam, Judaism and National German Identity: Challenges and New Prospects Note du Cerfa, Hors-série, November 2015
The present analysis links the debate on German national identity to on the one hand the revival of Judaism which was a deliberate political choice and on the other to the expansion of Islam which conversely was not anticipated. The article explains how Judaism was able to revive in Germany...
Will the party “Alternative for Germany" be able to establish itself on the German political landscape? Note du Cerfa, No. 125, September 2015
Only a few months after it had been founded, the Alternative for Germany party (AfD) won 4.7% of the second votes in the federal elections, on 22 September 2013 – only 130,000 short of what was required for entry into the German Bundestag. Party and election researcher Oskar Niedermayer called...
On an initiative of the IP-Journal of the German Council of Foreign Relations (DGAP), the Study Committee for Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) of the French Institute of International Relations
The European Union is facing a tremendous challenge: coming out of the crisis unified. Every summit is both labeled the one of all hopes and the one of the last chance. Information keeps coming in, which hampers a good comprehension of the situation.