Author profile: Natalie Tröller

Natalie Tröller is research assistant at the Chair of International Relations and foreign Policy at Trier University, Germany. Previous work experience include a Carlo-Schmid-fellowship at UNITAR, New York and positions as graduate research assistant at Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena. She holds an M.A. in Political Sciences and is currently working on her Ph.D. thesis on international norm dynamics. Her research areas include international norm dynamics and norm change, the United Nations, German foreign policy and Germany at the United Nations.

Germany in the UN Security Council: The Past as Prologue

Natalie Tröller • Apr 18 2019 • Articles

Germany is likey to use its seat to further its work in improving UNSC working methods to present itself as reliable member, dedicated to the effective working of the organization.

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