Languages: English, French, German
Areas of Expertise: European integration & reform; European foreign and security policy; Germany in Europe
Almut Möller is a senior policy fellow and has been head of the Berlin office of the European Council on Foreign Relations since October 2015. She has published widely on European affairs, foreign and security policy, and Germany's role in the EU, and is a frequent commentator in the German and international media.
Möller started her career in the think tank world at the Centre for Applied Policy Research at LMU University in Munich and then worked as an independent political analyst in London, focussing on EU-Middle East relations. Before joining ECFR she led the Europe programme at the German Council on Foreign Relations. Research fellowships have taken her to Renmin University of China in Beijing, the Al Ahram Center for Political and Security Studies in Cairo and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C., where she continues to engage as a non-resident fellow.
Möller is a member of the extended board of Women in International Security (WIIS.de) as well as a member of the Strategic Council of the European Policy Centre (EPC) in Brussels. She is also an experienced conference moderator and facilitator.
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Piotr Buras, head of ECFR’s Warsaw office, Mark Leonard, Director of ECFR, Almut Moeller, head of ECFR’s Berlin office, and Susi Dennison, Co-Director of the European Power programme, discuss.
Almut Möller - 19 October, 2015
Iran deal precedent leaves Germany hopeful for political track.
Almut Möller - 8 October, 2015
Dans son propre moment de vulnérabilité, qui viendra en aide à Angela Merkel ?
Fragmentation in the EU makes it increasingly difficult for member states to build coalitions. The EU Coalition Explorer reveals potential new groupings.
by Almut Möller with case studies by Aslı Aydıntaşbaş, Sebastian Dullien & Kadri Liik - 30th May, 2017
In the federal election year, Germans are ready to give new European solutions a strong boost and take more risks
Podcast de notre BCM du 29 janvier « Les élections européennes vues d'Allemagne » en présence d'Almut Möller, directrice du bureau de l'ECFR à Berlin, Shahin Vallée, économiste au European Institute de la LSE…
Anthony Dworkin steps in for Mark Leonard and speaks with Almut Möller, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil and Tom Nuttall about how significant the new treaty of friendship between France and Germany is. The podcast was recorded on the 17 January 2019. Bookshelf: Iron Kingdom…
ECFR’s EU28 Survey reveals the interactions, perceptions, and chemistry between the 28 EU member states. This week, Mark Leonard joins Josef Janning, Christoph Klavehn and Almut Möller to discuss findings of the expert poll that will be published in the “EU…
Mark Leonard examines the looming Syrian-Russian military action in Idlib in discussion with ECFR experts Asli Aydıntaşbaş, Julien Barnes-Dacey, and Almut Möller. What do Turks and Europeans make of the possible humanitarian and geopolitical…
Mark Leonard speaks with Oksana Antonenko, Director for Global Political risk Analysis at Control Risks, and ECFR Turkey experts Asli Aydintasbas and Almut Moeller about the current crisis in Turkey. The podcast was recorded on 31 August 2018. Bookshelf: To Go Forward, Turkey…
Mark Leonard speaks with Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, Almut Möller and Vessela Tcherneva, about what has changed in French foreign policy with Macron one year in office as French president.
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard talks with the director of ECFR's offices in Paris, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, and Berlin, Almut Möller, about President Macron’s newly appointed government, his proposals for the Eurozone and the EU and the future of the…
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with ECFR's senior fellows, Asli Aydintasbas and Almut Moeller on the German-Turkish diplomatic spat, the forthcoming polls and the bigger picture of EU-Turkey relations. The podcast was recorded on 9 March 2017. Bookshelf: Atul…