In years past, I repeatedly compiled lists of germanophone MilBloggers and security policy bloggers. These lists weren't perfect and some of the mentioned blogs either disappeared or became inactive, but I can tell you I did put some effort into compiling these lists.
No, there's no recent version.
Maybe you understand my surprise as I read in a national German newspaper about an academic security policy blogger with a track record of three years and 3,000 page views a month.
My surprise was similar to the much earlier surprise of seeing an invitation list of German Milbloggers compiled by a trans-atlantic society or something for the purpose of a bilateral blogger conference or something. I didn't know the majority of the bloggers on that list and honestly, several of them did look more like stopgaps mobilised by that society itself than like actual bloggers. (There are few German Milbloggers and security policy bloggers, and they probably didn't search that much.)
Anyway, there's an academic security policy blog out there which gets some attention and it did slip past my radar for years. How could this have happened?
I made a quick check, using all bookmarks of germanophone Milblogs known to me. None of them features the unknown blog in its blog roll. Its own blogroll features few if any (depends on your definition) German security bloggers, but it does mention a few famous anglophone milblogs.
There was apparently a total disconnect, even between academic security policy bloggers.
There are some good news for the previously unknown guy; his 3,000 page views per month have indeed potential for improvement, not only because he was mentioned in a national newspaper, but also because he might get some (or more?) links from fellow German bloggers for a change.
By the way; I was not much excited by his previously unknown blog. It covers my interests only peripherally. A recent series about armed drones says it all. I'm not much interested in such fashions.