Mr. Christian Esteban Rieck
Christian E. Rieck was born in 1978 in Santiago del Estero, Argentina and currently is a project assistant at Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF), Berlin, Germany. He studied law and economics in Bayreuth (Germany), Seville (Spain) and at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Further studies and research led him to other universities in Italy (EUI), Switzerland (HSG, Fribourg), China (Fudan), Japan (Todai), Argentina (UBA) and Chile (UC). He interned at the European Parliament in Brussels (Belgium), the German Embassy in Prague (Czech Republic), the German Chamber of Commerce in Montevideo (Uruguay) as well as KAF's country offices in Vietnam and the Philippines. Mr. Rieck was a Carlo Schmid Fellow at the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL) in Mexico City. His research focuses on: supranational federalism, regional integration and the metamorphosis of the nation-state - European integration and member-state foreign policy - Latin America, East- and Southeast Asia.
Articles by Mr. Christian Esteban Rieck
- A nuclear “Rogue Axis”?
- A Security Partnership with Mercosur
- Western Woes and Rogue Pride
- Germany’s contributions to the strategic partnership with Mercosur
- The Politization of Mercosur
- The Bolivarian Revolution spawns new international alliances
- A Turkish Problem ?