Lecturers

ESD’s highly-qualified lecturers have expertise in many fields of study and come from a wide range of professional and personal backgrounds, thereby diversifying and enhancing the knowledge and expertise provided to our students and training program participants.

Morten Bøås (PhD)
Norway
– Contemporary Africa
Stefano Braghiroli (PhD)
Italy
– EU History, Institutions, and Policy-Making
Matthew Crandall (PhD)
United States of America
– US Foreign Policy
– Small States in International Relations
Shota Gvineria
Georgia
– Cyberspace Considerations for National and International Security
Martin Hurt
Estonia
– Defence and Security in Northern Europe: Current Baltic, Nordic and Arctic Security Issues
Ivo Juurvee
Estonia
– Intelligence and Counterintelligence: An Overlooked Dimension of Foreign Relations
Meelis Kitsing (PhD)
Estonia
– International Economics
Mats Kuuskemaa
Estonia
– Asia-Pacific and the Great Power Rebalancing
Paul Meerts (PhD)
The Netherlands
– International Negotiations
Wolfgang Mühlberger
Austria
– The MENA Shatterbelt: Between Domestic Turmoil and Power Projection
Gerhard Reiweger
Austria
– Public Diplomacy Interactive Training
Michael Roberts
UK
– Diplomatic Skills
Hannes Rumm
Estonia
– Public speaking and communication with media
Mari-Liis Sulg
Estonia
– Baltic States in International Politics
Taavi Toom
Estonia
– Foreign Policy Analysis
– Public and Digital Diplomacy
Rene Värk (dr IUR)
Estonia
– International Law
– Diplomatic and Consular Services

Estonian School of Diplomacy
Rävala pst 12
10143 Tallinn
ESTONIA