Andreas Raspotnik is a Senior Research Fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Oslo, Norway and an Austrian Marshall Plan Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC. His research predominantly focuses on the European Union's Arctic policy, the region's blue economy, in particular fisheries and aquaculture, as well as EU foreign and security policy at large.
Andreas Raspotnik is a Senior Research Fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Oslo, Norway and an Austrian Marshall Plan Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC.His research predominantly focuses on the European Union’s Arctic policy, the region’s blue economy, in particular fisheries and aquaculture, as well as EU foreign and security policy at large.Andreas is also a Senior Fellow & Leadership Group member at The Arctic Institute – Center for Circumpolar Security Studies in Washington, DC, and a Senior Researcher at the High North Center for Business and Governance in Bodø, Norway. At the High North Center, Andreas manages the AlaskaNor project; an international project that aims to enhance blue economy related collaboration between Alaska and North Norway. The Wilson Center, and its Polar Programme, is one of AlaskaNor’s 18 partners. Andreas is also a Member of the Arctic Economic Council’s Blue Economy Working Group and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
Andreas Raspotnik was an EXACT Research Fellow at the University of Cologne and the Trans European Policy Studies Association in Brussels from 2011 through 2013, guest researcher at Fridtjof Nansen Institute (2014 and 2015), Visiting Researcher at the Institute of European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley (2014/2015), and Parliamentary Assistant for an Austrian Member of the European Parliament (2010).His writing has been published in a number of peer-reviewed journals including Ocean Development & International Law, Marine Policy or European Foreign Affairs Review. His book The European Union and the Geopolitics of the Arctic was published in January 2018.
He received a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Arts in Political Science from the University of Vienna, as well as a Master of Law in International Law of the Sea from the University of Tromsø, Norway. He obtained a jointly-awarded PhD in Political Science from the University of Cologne, Germany, and the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
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On November 25th, the GEG Weekly Seminar will discuss the EU's latest Arctic policy. The discussion will be based on a paper written by Arthur Amelot, Aleksis Oreschnikoff...
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On 18th February, we will discuss an exclusive in-depth interview with Michael Mann, EU’s Ambassador at large for the Arctic/Special envoy for Arctic matters, published by the Groupe...