International Relations

Michael Klare Speech at Webster Vienna

On June 18, Webster Vienna hosted a presentation by distinguished NYT-bestseller author Michael Klare entitled “Climate, Geography, and Technology- the Changing Parameters of Energy Security.” Klare has written extensively about the changing nature of energy security.

NUS students for Summer School on EU at Webster Vienna

This week the International Relations Department of Webster Vienna hosts UG students from the National University of Singapore for the third part of their European Studies summer school, organized by the Munich International Summer University, Ludwigs-Maximilans-Universität Munich.

TTIP - The Search for Facts

The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Vienna,
The Embassy of Spain in Vienna, and
The U.S. Embassy in Vienna

in cooperation with Webster Vienna, Private University

cordially invite you to the panel discussion

TTIP – The Search for Facts


Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

Schubert on FM4 to discuss IS and Saudi Arabia


Dr. Samuel Schubert of Webster Vienna was once again invited to speak on Austrian FM4 news program Reality Check, lending his expertise to the newest developments concerning the Islamic State. Islamic State militants have been launching attacks on Shia communities within Saudi Arabia, and this puts Saudi Arabia into a very precarious situation.

Algieri and Schubert on European Autonomy in Space


A new book titled European Autonomy in Space features writings from Webster IR professors Dr. Samuel Schubert and Dr. Franco Algieri.

The book, published by Springer and edited by the European Space Policy Institute, collects writings from a variety of experts with different perspectives on Europe’s autonomy in space policy.

Algieri published in new text on the EU’s role in International Politics

An adaptation of Dr. Franco Algieri’s earlier work on the EU’s role in international politics has been published in a new text from the International Debate Education Association (IDEA).

A Different Kind of Power brings together important contributions from the debate on the nature of the EU. Being without historical precedent, it is still unclear exactly how the EU functions on the world stage, and in which direction it may be heading. Dr. Algieri brings his expertise to the debate with a special focus on China.

Schubert on FM4 - Palmyra

IR faculty Dr. Samuel R. Schubert spoke on Austrian national radio FM4's "Reality Check" about Palmyra, an irreplaceable treasure of human history.

Dr. Schubert alluded to the crucial strategic value of the region surrounding Palmyra. First, controlling the city cuts off the main road to North-Eastern Syria. Second, the airport of the city has been conquered and third, there are accessible gas fields.

Dr. Grischany Presents his New Book on Austrians in the Wehrmacht

On May 11, 2015, Prof. Thomas Grischany of the IR Department of Webster Vienna gave a standing room only presentation in the Atrium of Palais Wenkheim about his new book, “Der Ostmark treue Alpensöhne: Die Integration der Österreicher in die großdeutsche Wehrmacht, 1938-45.” The book is a condensed German language version of Prof. Grischany’s 2007 Dissertation at the University of Chicago, “The Austrians in the German Wehrmacht, 1938-45.”

Michael Klare on Changing Parameters of Energy Security

Webster Vienna, Private University, in cooperation with the Institute for Advanced Studies Vienna and support of the European Community Studies Association

Cordially invites you to the public presentation

Climate, Geography and Technology

The Changing Parameters of Energy Security

By Professor

Michael Klare

Hampshire College

Dr. Brutschin at Kobe Sakura Meeting 2015

Together with Zorzeta Bakaki (ETH Zurich), IR research faculty Dr. Elina Brutschin presented their common research project entitled “The Competition over Resources: A New Approach in the Context of Low-Scale Violence” in Kobe, Japan.


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