Klaus Larres can be reached by email: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Dr Klaus Larres is the Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professor of History & International Affairs at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill, USA;
he served as a Counselor and Senior Policy Adviser at the German Embassy in Beijing, China (2018); Email: "email@example.com"
previously he was the holder of the Henry A. Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC; a Member (Fellow) of the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton, NJ.; and a Visiting Professor at Schwarzman College/Tsinghua University in Beijing.
he has recently been appointed to the position of 'Distinguished Visiting Professor' at the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, India, and to serve on the 'International Board' of the Bundeskanzler-Willy-Brandt-Stiftung in Berlin and on the board of directors of the Carolina China Council in Raleigh, NC. He also is a senior adviser to the Chinese-American Friendship Association (CAECA) in Raleigh, NC; and a board member of the Berlin, Germany, based foreign policy journal WeltTrends.
he has 3 main research fields & is widely published in all these areas:
- 1. current economic, security and political relations among the U.S.-China- Europe & western policy toward China;
- 2. transatlantic relations & U.S., British, German foreign policy & EU politics
- 3. the Cold War & the life and politics of Winston Churchill in war and peace.
Klaus Larres likes to travel and explore the world;
he is keen on swimming, conversing, reading & writing, and putting the world to rights;
he can be approached for speaking & consulting engagements;
he is happy to answer your messages - please email me.
Klaus Larres also was a Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations (CTR) at Johns Hopkins University/SAIS, in Washington, DC (2010-2018); in 2016 he served as a Fellow at Germany's leading think tank, the Institute of International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin where he dealt with Germany's security and China policy.
Previously Larres was the Clifford Hackett Visiting Professor in European History at Yale University and a Visiting Professor of European Politics at Johns Hopkins University/School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC.
Prior to moving to the U.S. in 2009 he was Jean Monnet Professor of European Foreign & Security Policy at Queen's University Belfast in Northern Ireland; Professor in Foreign Policy and International Relations at the University of London (Royal Holloway) and the University of Ulster in N. Ireland.
Klaus Larres grew up in the German Rhineland near Cologne and was educated in both Germany and the UK. He has two wonderful teenage daughters.
The pictures above display the locations where I spent a significant period of time in my life: Olef, Cologne, London, Belfast, Washington, DC, Chapel Hill, Berlin, Beijing --