Elena Segler specialised in sustainability and security during her studies at the Hertie School and the Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (LUISS) in Rome, focusing on European Union (EU) crises, development, and EU, Russia and US relations. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and English and American Studies at the University of Freiburg, where she worked as an assistant at the Husserl Archive. Her professional experience also entails internships at BASF, during which she contributed to the sustainability strategy. Furthermore, she completed internships at the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and at the offices of two Members of the German Bundestag, J. Brandenburg and M. v. Marschall, drawing up speeches, juridical analyses, comparative research on policies and developmental work for the MENA region, sub-Saharan Africa and the EU.
Master's thesis title
The impact of Nord Stream 2 on the EU: An analysis of the member states’ interest conflicts and the EU’s policy reaction