Michael Reiterer

MICHAEL REITERER, Distinguished Professor at Centre for Security, Diplomacy and Strategy, at the Brussels School of Governance, VUB.
Academic career: University of Innsbruck: Dr. juris 1978, habilitation in international politics, (PhD equivalent) 2005. Alumnus of Johns Hopkins University, SAIS-Bologna Center; Graduate Institute for International Studies, Geneva.
Adjunct Professor at University of Innsbruck, LUIIS Rome, Webster Vienna; guest professorships at Ritsumeikan University Kyoto, Asia Pacific University Beppu, Kobe University, Keio University Tokyo.
Fellowships & senior advisor at Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES), Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW), Austrian Society for European Policy; Center for Asia Pacific Strategy (CAPS) -Washington DC.
Diplomatic career (ret): Ambassador of the European Union to the Republic of Korea; Switzerland & Liechtenstein. Deputy Head of EU-Delegation to Japan; ASEM Counsellor. Counsellor and Minister-Counsellor at Austrian Permanent Mission to GATT and the EU. Deputy Austrian Trade Commissioner to West Africa & Japan.
Focus of research and publications: EU foreign and security policy; cyber security; economic security; diplomacy; East Asia (Korea, Japan) and Indo-Pacific.

Articles by Michael Reiterer