Ulrike Stern

Research Assistant to the Otto Wolff-Director of the Research Institute

We are deeply saddened to lose our valued colleague, Ulrike Stern, who passed away on November 6, 2015.

Ulrike Stern had been Assistant to the Research Director since 2010 and a program officer at the Robert Bosch Center for Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia since 2008.

She will be greatly missed. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to her family and friends.


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Selected Publications

Albania’s Long Road into the European Union
Internal political power struggle blocks central reforms
by Ulrike Stern, Sarah Wohlfeld
DGAPanalyse 11, September 25, 2012, 22 pp.
Albania’s Long Road into the European Union
Albania wants to join the EU. The country hopes for a positive evaluation from the EU Commission in its October progress report and to be awarded candidate status in time for the 100th anniversary of Albanian independence. But this seems doubtful. Fierce polarization between the governing Democratic Party and the opposition Socialist Party has so far prevented rapid advances in the reform process.
Category: European Union, Enlargement Process, Europe, Albania
Crossing Borders
Rethinking the European Union’s Neighborhood Policies
by Almut Möller, Cornelius Adebahr, Claire Demesmay, Carsten Främke, Lucas Lypp, Marie-Lena May, Stefan Meister, Katrin Sold, Marek Souček, Ulrike Stern, Marcel Viëtor, Natasha Wunsch
DGAPanalyse 2, August 18, 2011, 100 pp.
Crossing Borders
The debt crisis calls for the EU’s full attention – and threatens to supplant the fact that urgent action is needed on Europe’s periphery. The revolutions in North Africa demand answers; further EU enlargement needs to be planned and implemented. There are many common topics that link the European Union and its neighbors, from energy to migration. Thus, cross-border space must be created in which EU policies on a range of topics can be further developed
Category: European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), Eastern Partnership, European Union, Europe, Eastern Europe

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