(b. 1963). Ph.D. University of Roskilde (2000); M. Litt. University of Glasgow (1988).
Currently working on a project on the role played by parliaments in
the aftermath of wars/expeditionary warfare in a select number of
European countries. The key concept is accountability, in particular to what extent parliaments attempt to hold the governments accountable for the use of military means.
Corresponding member/Auditeur of the Institut des hautes études de défense nationale, Paris.
Areas of interest
- European security policy
- repatriation of dead soldiers
- collective remembrance
- Martinsen, Kåre Dahl. “Germany and the Afghanistan war dead”, i Martin Clauss (red), Vom Umgang mit den Toten, Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, 2019, 345-361.