Tuesday's Twitter Feed

  • Migrating researchers are cited the most, study finds https://t.co/DEAeksNeCB 2 weeks ago
  • RT  @SassanGholiagha : Honoured to have made a contribution to the forum on the #EWIS2017 #Sloterdijk lecture, free download  @CEENewP  https:/… 4 weeks ago
  • #Territory, #authority, #expertise: New article in  @EuroJournIR  on global governance, #assemblage, and #piracy out: https://t.co/cNfdo27KTz 4 weeks ago
  • What are the challenges of maritime security? New article on #marsec out in  @IAJournal_CH  https://t.co/fPtnXyscQv 1 month ago
  • RT  @mongabay : Indonesia’s decision to share vessel tracking data ‘ill-advised,’ some say: https://t.co/eH7lvrLCV3 https://t.co/BZ4Ybt5eXX 2 months ago

Christian Bueger

Reader in International Relations, Cardiff University


Dr. Christian Bueger is Reader (Associate Professor) in International Relations at Cardiff University and an Honorary Fellow at the University of Seychelles. He is one of the editors of the European Journal of International Security (Cambridge UP) and the web portal for maritime security piracy-studies.org. He is the lead investigator of the Lessons Learned Consortium of the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia (www.lessonsfrompiracy.net).

In his research that has been funded by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council and the British Academy he studies responses to maritime crime with a focus on the Western Indian Ocean region. In particular, he has been studying piracy off the Coast of Somalia. In his ongoing projects he investigates regional maritime security strategies, the political and technical challenges of maritime domain awareness, and the politics of capacity building and maritime security assistance.

Dr. Bueger holds a PhD from the European University Institute (2010) and has been a visiting fellow at the Centre for Advanced Security Theory, Copenhagen University (2013, 2014), the University College London (2015) and the National University of Singapore’s Centre for International Law (2015).