Clara Stäbler was an intern in the Asia Program, working primarily with the Korea Project at ISDP. She is a Political Science and Chinese Studies student at the University of Tübingen, focussing on International Relations. Ms. Stäbler has also had the opportunity to study at Hong Kong University where she explored the politics and security on the Korean Peninsula and in East Asia in more detail. Prior to joining ISDP, she interned at KfW Development Bank supporting natural resources and climate projects in Asia. Her research interests include women, peace and security, foreign policy, conflict prevention and peacebuilding, and sustainable development.
Publications by Clara Stäbler
China’s Approach to the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda: An Interview with YEONJU JUNG
In the current landscape of global politics, China’s rise and its foreign policy are frequent topics of discussion. Simultaneously, there’s a growing interest in studying gender and women’s issues within […]
‘To increase the chances that peace will last, you need to have women involved’: An Interview with LENA SUNDH
With United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping marking its 75th anniversary in 2023, ISDP’s Clara Stäbler and Tove Jalmerud, interns of the Asia Program and the Stockholm China Center, sat down with […]