Position at SIPRI: Researcher
International and regional security; domestic influences on foreign and security policy; innovation policy and technology transfers; EU foreign and security policy
Regional expertise: China, Taiwan and Cross-Strait relations, East Asia, Central Asia, Nepal
Languages: German, English, Chinese, French
Education: M.A. in Chinese Studies, Law and Political Science, Heidelberg University/Germany
Contact: Email. Phone +46 8 655 97 41
Oliver Bräuner joined SIPRI in April 2010. He currently works as a Researcher for the China and Global Security Programme at SIPRI. He holds a Masters Degree in Chinese Studies, Law and Political Science from Heidelberg University, Germany. Oliver has previously worked as an intern for the German Federal Foreign Office, the Research Division Asia of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) and the German Bundestag.
- Europe-China security cooperation
- Non-interference and China's foreign policy
- Project on the Study of Innovation and Technology in China (SITC)
- Intern for the German Federal Foreign Office, the Research Division Asia of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) and the German Bundestag.
- Bräuner, Oliver (2011), "China’s Rise as a Global S&T Power and China–EU Cooperation", in Tai Ming Cheung (ed) New Perspectives on Assessing the Chinese Defense Economy. Policy Brief No. 29, IGCC University of California San Diego. Download the brief here.
- Bräuner, Oliver, "Harmonische Ozeane? Konfrontation und Kooperation in der maritimen Strategie der Volksrepublik China" [Harmonious oceans? Confrontation and cooperation in the maritime strategy of the People's Republic of China], Zeitschrift für Aussen- und Sicherheitspolitik, vol. 4, no. 2, 2011, pp. 217-226. For access options, see publisher's website.
- Bräuner, Oliver and Stumbaum, May-Britt U. (2010), "The Current State of EU-China High-Tech Cooperation with a special focus on the aerospace industry and the arms embargo debate.", in Tai Ming Cheung (ed) The Rise of the Chinese Defense Economy. Innovation Potential, industrial performance, and regional comparisons. Policy Brief No. 15, IGCC University of California San Diego, September 2010. Download the brief here.