Experts & Staff: Alumni



Manisha Reuter is the Asia Programme Coordinator. She is working on China/India relations and security in the Indo-Pacific. Upon joining ECFR in August 2020, Reuter worked for the Asia Program of The German Marshall Fund of the United States. Moreover, she has gained professional experience working for the Bosch Foundation’s Fellow Program as well as in the German Research Council (DFG) funded project "A BRICS-Variant of Capitalism? Challenges to the Stability of the Economic Model of Larger Emerging Countries, a Case Study of Brazil and India".

Reuter holds a B.A. in political science and business psychology from the University of Lüneburg, Germany and the Hong Kong Baptist University, China and is currently finishing her studies at the University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany where she will be graduating with an M.A. in International Studies/ Peace and Conflict Studies.


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  • Status quo in Afghanistan is untenable

    Daniel Korski - 15 January, 2008

    After six-and-a-half years of war and the biggest NATO operation in history, Afghanistan remains in the throes of insurgency and President Hamid Karzai's government is perilously weak. The EU needs to get a reality check, and fast.

    Challenging the myths of energy security

    11 January, 2008

    The truth is that the global oil market isn't falling apart. It continues to be globally integrated and highly liquid, and access to it requires no diplomatic or military capacity.

    ECFR Berlin office 2008

    Ulrike Guérot - 8 January, 2008

    A short overview about the themes and some of the projects the Berlin ECFR office will be working on in 2008

    Macedonia: a Light unto the Gentiles?

    Daniel Korski - 8 January, 2008

    Despite recent problems, Macedonia's record is still "best in class" and its Euro-Atlantic integration should continue posthaste.

    Useful links on Afghanistan

    Useful links on Afghanistan - 8 January, 2008

    A series of recommended texts on Afghanistan.

    Our Q&A on Afghanistan

    Our Q&A on Afghanistan - 26 December, 2007

    A backgrounder on the problems plaguing Afghanistan's reconstruction, and on why the war-torn country should matter to Europe.

    Looking for Afghanistan?s ?Anbar moment?

    Daniel Korski - 26 December, 2007

    The U.S and Europe are casting about for Afghanistan's "Anbar moment". But the warring tribes to be united first are the international ones.

    Putin's Mini-Me

    Andrew Wilson - 20 December, 2007

    Even after a reciprocal endorsement between Putin and Medvedev, a delicate balancing act will be necessary to manage Putin?s succession in the coming months.

    Poland?s latest challenge

    Pawel Swieboda - 20 December, 2007

    The new Polish PM wants to bring Poland back to the heart of Europe and make the country a genuine player in European foreign policy. But the task is enormous.

    Poland’s second return to Europe?

    Paweł Świeboda - 20 December, 2007

    An in-depth analysis of the new Polish government's foreign policy.

    More wisdom for Europe

    José Ignacio Torreblanca - 19 December, 2007

    Compared to its original formulation, the mandate given to Felipe Gonz?lez to chair an "Independent Reflection Group" amounts to a substantial shift.

    'Never again' means Iraq too

    Daniel Korski - 18 December, 2007

    The Democratic Party may push for Iraqi troop withdrawals and Europeans may continue ignoring the war, but both should be honest about the consequences of doing so.