Short CV and publications
- Joachim Krause is since 2001 professor of Political Science and holds the Chair for International Relations at the University of Kiel, Germany.
- He is Director of the Institute for Security Policy at the University of Kiel (ISPK).
- Before 2001 he was Deputy Director of the Research Institute of the German Council for Foreign Affairs in Bonn and Berlin (DGAP) and a senior researcher with the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP).
- He served as an advisor with the German delegation to the Conference on Disarmament (CD) in the 1980s and was a consultant to UNSCOM in 1991 and 1992.
- He was Steven Muller Professor for German Studies at the SAIS-Bologna Center of the Johns Hopkins University in 2002/2003.
Research foci and recent publications
His field of expertise are international strategic issues, terrorism, nuclear non-proliferation, multilateralism, German and European foreign policy as well as theoretical and policy oriented issues.
Among his recent publications are
- Jahrbuch Terrorismus 2013/2014 (Yearbook on Terrorism 2013/2014, Opladen and Farmington Hills: Budrich Publ. 2014)
- Afghanistan, Pakistan and Strategic Change. Adjusting Western regional policy (London: Routledge 2014, together with Charles King Mallory)
- The EU, the UN and Collective Security. Making Multilateralism Effective (London: Routledge 2012, together with Natalino Ronzitti)
- Iran’s Nuclear Programme – Strategic Implications (London: Routledge; 2012)
- International State Building and Reconstruction Efforts – Experience Gained and Lessons Learned (Farmington Hills: Budrich; 2010)
He is also a member of the Executive Board of the Aspen Institute Germany and chairman of the Scientific Directorate of the German Council on Foreign Affairs.