Transatlantic relations and American domestic politics
The rise of populism in Western democracies
Future of the liberal international order and American foreign policy
Strategic Foresight and global trend analysis
The rise of China and the reemergence of great power competition
German, English, French
Julian Müller-Kaler started working as a research assistant in DGAP’s The Americas Program in September 2020. He is also a resident fellow at the Atlantic Council, where he works on the rise of China, geopolitical risk analysis, and the implications of modern technologies on society and politics. Previously, he was a research associate to Dr. Mathew Burrows, director of the Foresight, Strategy, and Risks Initiative at the Atlantic Council; consultant in the office of the German executive director of the World Bank Group; and co-chair of the Transatlantic Policy Symposium 2019 in Washington, DC.
Müller-Kaler is currently working toward his doctorate at the Geschwister Scholl Institute for Political Science at LMU Munich. He graduated as a Fulbright-Schuman scholar with an MA from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. He also holds a BA in politics and international relations from Zeppelin University, where he studied with scholarships from the Leadership Excellence Institute Zeppelin and the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation.