The Bulletin Podcast – Episode 03 – Prof. Dr. Solveig Richter

The Bulletin Podcast – Episode 03 – Prof. Dr. Solveig Richter

Dear readers and listeners,

We are very proud to bring you the third episode of The Bulletin Podcast.
The podcast’s goal is to interview the fascinating students and researchers of the Brandt School and hear experiences and voices from all over the world.

In this third episode, our host Maria Brackin interviews Prof. Dr. Solveig Richter, the Junior Professor for International Conflict Management at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy.

Prof. Dr. Solveig Richter’s focus lies on political conflicts, post-conflict peacebuilding, external democracy promotion, the role of international organizations, esp. the European Union, and on the effectiveness of instruments of civil crisis and conflict management. Before coming to Erfurt, Solveig Richter worked as a senior research associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs/Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik Berlin (SWP), in the research division EU External Relations. There she primarily concentrated on EU enlargement policy and political transition in South Eastern Europe, the European security architecture and resource conflicts. Solveig Richter researched for her Ph.D. at the University of Technology Dresden and the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy in Hamburg (IFSH). She is a trained international election observer and has also worked during her professional career as journalist and political consultant.

We will be thrilled to hear your feedback, as well as to receive suggestions for the next episodes!

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Maria Brackin is an MPP candidate at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, specializing in Political Economy and International Relations. Prior to this, she was Investment Administrator for fund managers Amati Global Investors in Edinburgh. Her previous policy experience includes a position as Development Worker for Communication Forum Scotland, in collaboration with the Centre for Scottish Public Policy. Maria gained a BA with honors in Philosophy from Northwestern University and an MSc in Philosophy from the University of Edinburgh. Her previous research, generously funded by the Saint Andrews Society of the State of New York, focused on the epistemology of testimony and organizational applications of social epistemology. She holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC) from the CFA Institute UK.

One Response

  1. Juliane Corredor

    Thank you so much for this insightful interview! I’m looking forward to hearing more!