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The Arabic programme of RT conducted an interview with Karin Kneissl about diplomacy, current topics and why I appreciate the Arabic language

Youtube, 30.7.2020


France-Turkey naval clash: Proxy war in Libya enters a new stage, 27.7.2020


Staying grounded or crashing and burning? The airline industry is facing the worst crisis in its history, 20.7.2020


DiplomatieMachtGeschichteNew Book out now: "DIPLOMATIE MACHT GESCHICHTE"

ISPD+ Innovation in Diplomacy recommends the book









‘Nothing new’ in saying EU can’t rely on American defense, but it is still needed – Austria’s ex-foreign minister to RT

RT interview on a European army July 15th, 2020


Surviving assassination attempts and being kidnapped by Carlos the Jackal: The extraordinary life of the oil man who was Mr OPEC, 30.6.2020


The EU’s eye-wateringly expensive Covid-19 rescue plan is likely to only widen the trench between North and South, 2.6.2020


Nord Stream 2: Geopolitics, economics or emotions?, 25.5.2020


Netfonds 2020

On the occasion of the annual opening by Netfonds in Hamburg  on February 28/29, I lectured on „Geopolitics - the new catchword by the EU and the old strategy by superpowers, What does it mean for the automotive industry?“ Chris Hammer and his team have made Netfonds an important forum for investors in Germany. What an impressive developments since my last attendance in February 2017.

The West turns its back on the Western Balkans

In January 2020 Karin Kneissl took part in a roundtable discussion, traditionally organised by the Institute for Strategic Solutions (ISR) in Ljubljana. She believes that bilateral talks will weigh on multilateralism in the future, meaning that both the world and Southeastern Europe will increasingly return to the old rails of classic bilateral diplomacy. "Southeastern Europe has been and remains a theater of great foreign powers," said Dr. Karin Kneissl.

Adriatic Journal


Dialogue of Continents

Karin Kneissl will attend the session on multilateralism at the Dialogue of Continents, she will focus on the decline in diplomatic craft.