Dr. Henrik Breitenbauch

Dr. Henrik Breitenbauch

Senior Research Fellow at Centre for Military Studies in the University of Copenhagen

Dr. Henrik Breitenbauch is a Danish specialist in political science and defense, including dimensions such as high-level strategy and NATO planning. He was a Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Head of Institute ad interim, and before that Research Fellow, with the Danish Institute for Military Studies (DIMS). In 2008, the Defence Command Denmark sent him as a national contributor to NATO’s Allied Command Transformation, where he served as lead writer at the Multiple Futures Project

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Biography

Dr. Henrik Breitenbauch was a Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Head of Institute ad interim, and before that Research Fellow, with the Danish Institute for Military Studies (DIMS). In 2008, the Defence Command Denmark sent him as a national contributor to NATO’s Allied Command Transformation, where he served as lead writer at the Multiple Futures Project.
Before Dr. Breitenbauch joined the DIMS he worked at the Danish Institute for International Studies’ Department for Defence and Security Studies, and a graduate student and Research Fellow at the Department of Political Science, at the University of Copenhagen. Dr. Breitenbauch was also a Visiting Research Fellow at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International Studies (2002-2003) and auditeur libre at Science Po’s Ecole doctorale (2003-2004).

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Academic Qualifications:

PhD Political Science (International Relations), Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen; MA, European Studies, Aarhus University CIEP/SI, International Relations, Sciences Po, Paris.

Areas of Expertise:

Strategy development
Political-military interface
Security/development policy convergence (comprehensive approach, post-conflict, conflict prevention, capacity-building)
Defense and security megatrends NATO-wide
Special needs/conditions of small Allied states


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