Frank Mouritz, M.A.

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Frank Mouritz, M.A.

Frank Mouritz, M.A.

Academic Coordinator and Deputy Director
M.A. International Security Studies (MISS)

Mr. Frank Mouritz is seconded to the Marshall Center by the Bundeswehr University Munich and acts as academic coordinator and deputy director of the joint Master’s Program in International Security Studies (MISS). 

Education

Since 2014  Ph.D. Candidate, Institute of Political Science and European Affairs, University of Cologne

09/2013    Master in International Politics and East Asia, University of Warwick

  •  Majors: International Relations, International Political Economy, East Asian Politics
  •  Degree: Master of Arts (Upper Second Class Honors)

05/2012   Bachelor in Social Sciences, University of Cologne

  •   Major: Political Science & Sociology
  •   Minor: Business Studies
  •   Degree: Bachelor of Science

08/2011    International Summer School, University of Seoul

  •  Subjects: East Asian Politics, Culture and Economy

Conferences

06/2017   ISA International Conference 2017 (Hong Kong)

  • Paper: “Are Economic Ties Contributing to Trans-Pacific Peace"
  • Travel Grant: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

 

05/2016   Manfred-Wörner-Seminar for Transatlantic Exchange (Belgium & Germany)

  • Fellowship from the German Ministry of Defense and the German Marshall Fund

 

03/2016  G7 Pre-Summit 2016 & Y7 Youth Summit 2016 (Japan)

  • Member of the official German Youth Delegation

 

10/2015  Heidelberg Dialog on International Security 2015 (Germany)

  • Participation in a workshop on “Germany: Hesitant Hegemon?”

 

04/2015  IAPSS World Congress 2015, Birkbeck-University of London (United Kingdom)

  • Presentation of PhD project

 

10/2014  IAPSS Autumn Convention 2014, Radboud University Nijmegen (Netherlands)

  • Paper: “Is the International Commitment to Human Rights Dwindling?"

Publications

“Die Intervention der USA im libyschen Bürgerkrieg 2011: Überdehntes Mandat als Mittel einer Grand Strategy?”, Journal for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies, Vol.10, No.2, S. 119-127.

Professional Expertise

  • Security and Interdependence
  • Geoeconomics
  • International Political Economy
  • East Asian Security
  • German and European Foreign Policy
  • Cyber Security
  • Humanitarian Interventions
Contact
gcmcpublicaffairs [at] marshallcenter.org