Martin Thunert

Martin Thunert

Martin Thunert, Dr. phil, currently senior research associate, Center for North American Studies, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt, Project Coordinator: Bertelsmann Reform Index of OECD Countries, 2005-2006 Professor pro tempore of Political Science and Political Management, Bremen University of Applied Sciences, between 2002 and 2005 Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Earlier appointments at University of Hamburg and Mannheim. Degrees in Political Science from Tübingen (B.A. equivalent) Goethe-University Frankfurt (M.A.), Augsburg (Dr. phil) and Hamburg (post-doc). Graduate studies at Queen's University and McGill University, research visits at Harvard Center for European Studies and University of Southampton (UK), practical experience as staff assistant at U.S. Senate (Labor, Education and Health Committee).

Relevant recent publications on foreign policy

"Politikberatung"; in: Siegmar Schmidt, Gunther Hellmann, Reinhard Wolf (eds.): Handbuch zur deutschen Außenpolitik, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag 2007, 336-352.

Thunert, Martin, Falk, Svenja, Rehfeld, Dieter, Römmele, Andrea (eds).: Handbuch Politikberatung, Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2006,

"Internationaler Leuchtturm oder Nebenschauplatz des 21. Jahrhunderts? Nordamerikanische Sichtweisen auf Europa im Wandel"; in: Politische Studien  Nr.405, 57. Jg., Januar/Februar 2006, S. 42-58.

"Continental Drift? Canadian Federalism and International Policy-Making: The Role of  the Provinces and the Challenge of North American Economic Integration"; in Thomas Greven and Heinz Ickstadt: Meeting Global and Domestic Challenges: Canadian Federalism in Perspective, Materialien 33, Berlin: John F. Kennedy-Institut der FU Berlin 2004, 27-46.

"Akteure, Kräfteverhältnisse und Einflussgrößen im außenpolitischen Entscheidungsprozess Kanadas", in: Wilfried von Bredow (Hrsg.): Die Außenpolitik  Kanadas, Wiebaden: Westdeutscher Verlag 2003, 53-81.

"Conservative Think Tanks in the United States and Canada"; in: Rainer-Olaf Schultze, Roland Sturm, Dagmar Eberle (Hrsg.): Conservative Parties and Right-Wing Politics in North America, Opladen: Leske und Budrich 2003, 229-254.