Marie Curie EXACT Researcher
Andreas Raspotnik holds a Bachelor degree in History and a Master’s degree (Mag. Phil) in Political Science from the University of Vienna, Austria. He absolved his second Master’s degree in International Law (LL.M in Law of the Sea) at the University of Tromsø, Norway. During his studies, Andreas gained relevant work experience as an Editorial Assistant at the Department for International News at the Austrian Broadcasting Cooperation ORF and interned at the Austrian Embassy in Berlin. After graduation from the University of Vienna, he also worked for an Austrian MEP at the European Parliament, focusing on domestic security and data protection and budgetary control.
Participating in the Marie Curie ITN on EU External Action (EXACT) since October 2011, Andreas’ dissertation discusses the European Union’s role and engagement in the Arctic region.
His research interests additionally include the regional interrelation of security, energy and environmental/climate policy, the law of the sea and Norway as an Arctic actor.
Andreas regularly contributes to The Arctic Institute, an interdisciplinary and independent source for information and in-depth analysis about the developments in the Arctic region.
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