Assoc. Prof. Dr. Andrea K Riemer
Dr. Riemer is Director of the Institute for Strategy and Security Policy at the National Defense Academy, Vienna. Dr. Riemer is also Program Director Vienna of the Ph.D.-Program between the National Defense Academy, Vienna and the Zrínyi Miklós Defense University Budapest (Military Science/Security Studies). Apart from managing the program she has various teaching and mentoring tasks within the program’s framework. Her main focuses in her research work and consulting works are: Hybrid and polystabile orders in the 21st century – dealing with them within the framework of the Comprehensive Approach Strategic and geopolitical considerations and theoretical aspects at the beginning of the 21st century Big Power foreign policy and grand strategy, part. US. Economic crises and security political implications She holds a Doctorate in Business Administration (University of Economics, Vienna) and PhD in Military Sciences (Zrínyi Miklós National Defense University, Budapest, which she did with “summa cum laude” and the best in her class). She is Hon. Assoc. Prof. of Military Sciences. She published 20 books and more than 150 articles and lectures, particularly on systemic change and the international order after 1989/90 and in the 21st century; strategic and geopolitical considerations and theoretical aspects at the beginning of the 21st century. Additionally various publications on US foreign policy and US grand strategy; Turkey-Greece – particularly during the 1990. Dr. Riemer was the Academic Dean, The International University, Vienna. Additionally she war Research Associate with the Center for Security Studies and Conflict Analysis, ETH Zurich and Co-founder and Security Analyst, ARIS Research and Consultancy Office for Security Studies, Vienna. Additionally, she has had numerous teaching commitments such as with the University of Economics, the Diplomatic Academy, Vienna and the Austrian General Staff and Command Course and various military high level courses; she has regularly lectures at national and international universities since 1994. Dr. Riemer has been engaged in a number of consulting activities such as with Directorate General/MoD. (US Foreign Policy, Economic challenges and security implications); additionally, she has been member of the Project Team “Vision 2025 for the Austrian Armed Forces” (Preparatory team; double contributor), member of the Project Team “Institute Concept ISS” and ”Research framework” for the National Defense Academy, member of the Project Team ‘Joint Commission of the Austrian Academy of Science and the Austrian Defense Academy’ (project: Global Trends 2020) and member of the Project Team responsible for ‘Science and Knowledge Management in the Austrian MoD’ (part of the Project Team ‘Austrian Armed Forces 2010’). Since 2008, she has been member of the Commission between the Austrian MoD and the Austrian Academy of Sciences; since 2007 she has been member of the British International Studies Association, Working Group on U.S. Foreign Policy. In 2003 Dr. Riemer was selected among the final five candidates for the Rector’s election of the University Graz. Dr. Riemer holds the following memberships: Commission between the MoD and the Austrian Academy of Science (since June 2008) Science Commission of the Austrian Ministry of Defense (since 1994) Affiliated member des Center/Institute for the Study of Post-Ottoman and Post-Soviet spaces (Stirling University, Department of Politics) Communities of Practice in Strategy (worldwide network of strategy experts, organized by the National Defense University, Washington DC) Member of the Editorial Board/Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans Member of the Gesellschaft für Politik und Strategische Studien Austria Editor Worldsecuritynetwork Member of the British International Studies Association, Working Group on U.S. Foreign Policy
Articles by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Andrea K Riemer
- What makes America America? - Enduring Parameters in U.S. Strategic Thought
- China - New Structure of Power in Asia
- Asia Pacific Revisited:U.S. geopolitical interests
- EU and Turkey - A Tug of War until the very End
- The Broader Middle East and Northern Africa in U.S. Foreign and Security Policy: Dealing with Pandora’s Box?
- Turkey and the European Union: Between Make or Break?
- Strategic Culture: European Deficits
- NATO after Istanbul - what's next? - written exclusively for WSN
- Turkey - Caught between Brussels and Washington:Struggling with a strategic dilemma - written exclusively for WSN