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Position at FNI: Guest Researcher
institution: Research Fellow (EXACT Marie Curie ITN), University of
Cologne, Jean Monnet Chair Prof. Wolfgang Wessels, Germany
Bachelor of Arts in History
(University of Vienna, Austria).
(Master of Arts) in Political Science (University of Vienna, Austria).
LLM in Law of the Sea (University of Tromsø,
Visiting Researcher, University of California, Berkeley, Institute
of European Studies; 11/2014 - 04/2015
Analyst, The Arctic Institute, Center for Circumpolar
Security Studies (Washington D.C., United States)
11/2011 - present.
EXACT Marie Curie ITN Research
Fellow, Jean Monnet Chair Prof. Wolfgang Wessels, University of Cologne
(Germany); 10/2011 - 12/2013.
Research Fellow, Trans
European Policy Studies Associations TEPSA, Brussels (Belgium), 04/2012 -
Parliamentary Assistant, European Parliament, MEP
Martin Ehrenhauser (Brussels, Belgium), 02/2010 - 07/2010.
Editorial Assistant, ORF Austrian Broadcasting Cooperation
(Vienna, Austria), 03/2009 - 07/2010.
The European Union and its Arctic
policy formulation process.
Arctic shipping and future
International (Environmental) Law and
its Arctic relevance.
Geopolitics and its Critical
The European Union's
Gateways to the Arctic, 2014, co-authored with Kathrin Keil, European
Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 19, Iss. 1, pp. 101-120.
Maritime Dimension of CSDP: Geostrategic Maritime Challenges and their
Implications for the European Union. Study for the European
Parliament's Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE),
EP/EXPO/B/SEDE/FWC/2009-01/Lot6/21, January 2013, co-authored with Timo Behr,
Erik Brattberg, Jyrki Kallio, Mika Aaltola, Charly Salonius-Pasternak and Maija
Salonen (Responsible for section 4.3 The Northern Corridor and 9
EU as a Shipping Actor in the Arctic. SWP (Stiftung für
Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin) Working Paper FG2, 2012/Nr.4, December 2012,
co-authored with Bettina Rudloff.
future of Arctic Shipping along the Transpolar Sea Route'. In Heininen,
Lassi (Ed.) Arctic Yearbook 2012. Akureyri, Iceland: Northern Research Forum,
co-authored with Malte Humpert.
'Great Wall' to 'Great White North': Explaining China's politics in the
Arctic, Long Post European Geostrategy (edited by James Rogers and Luis
Simón), August 17, 2012, co-authored with Malte Humpert.
future of Arctic Shipping'. Port Technology International, Vol 55,
Summer 2012, p.10-11, co-authored with Malte Humpert (Reprinted: The Arctic
Institute, October 11, 2012).
Continuing publications at
|Related focal points of research
Polar and Russian
|Important ongoing projects
"non-actor" to "would-be-actor"? The European Union and its Arctic endeavour
(from a critical geopolitical perspective) (PhD project, tentative