19.07.2018 / DEUTSCH / FACEBOOK

Apolonija Rihtarić, M.A

AIES Associate Fellow

Apolonija Rihtarić, M.A. holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Master's degree in International Relations from the Faculty of Political Science of Zagreb University. She also spent a semester abroad studying European and international law in Reims, France at the Faculty of Law and Political Science of the University of Reims-Champagne-Ardenne. During her academic career, she took part in the educational programme "United Nations Academy" of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia. Afterwards, she pursued an interdisciplinary postgraduate degree, the Diploma Programme, at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna.

Additionally, she interned for GONG, a Croatian non-governmental organization as well as for the European Parliament, thereby acquiring significant practical work experience. Currently, she is working at KAICIID Dialogue Centre where she backs a programme dealing with conflict situations in the African, Asian and Arab regions.

Over the course of her education, Ms. Rihtarić had several papers published for different scientific journals on foreign and security matters. These articles, available in Croatian, English, and French, are issued in the "Croatian International Relations Review", "Croatian Political Science Review", "Contemporary Issues", and "Polemics: Magazine of the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna".

Ms. Rihtarić first joined the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES) in 2015 as an Erasmus+ trainee. As of October 2017, she supports the Institute as an AIES Associate Fellow. Her research focus is on the Western Balkan countries, EU-Western Balkans relations, regional security cooperation and European foreign, security and defence policy.

News & Publications

Apolonija Rihtarić, M.A

AIES Associate Fellow
09.07.2018 / Mehr

Will the EU lose the East?

Livia Benkova, Apolonija Rihtarić, Velina Tchakarova: Will the EU lose the East? AIES Studies 6 / May 2018.
07.05.2018 / Mehr

AIES Fokus 5/2016: Eine nationale Sicherheitsstrategie für Kroatien

Apolonija Rihtarić: Why Croatia urgently needs a new holistic National Security Strategy, AIES Fokus 5/2016
17.08.2016 / Mehr

More AIES Staff

Dr. Werner Fasslabend
AIES President

Dr. Arnold Kammel
AIES Director

Velina Tchakarova, M.A.
AIES Head of Institute

JUDr. Lívia Bulajcsíková Benková, M.A.
AIES Research Fellow

Dr. phil. David Christopher Jaklin
AIES Senior Research Fellow

Sofia Maria Satanakis, M.E.S.
AIES Research Fellow

Dr. Sascha Arnautović
AIES Associate Fellow

Prof. Dr. Sven Biscop
AIES Associate Fellow

Ambassador Dr. Franz Cede
AIES Senior Advisor

Christof Dallermassl
AIES Associate Fellow

Mag. Stefanie Felsberger
AIES Associate Fellow

Prof. Dr. Klemens H. Fischer, Minister plenipotentiary
AIES Vice-President International Relations and Research

Alfred Gerstl
AIES Fellow

Ambassador Dr. Erich Hochleitner
Former Executive Chairman AIES

Lawrence Kettle, MA
AIES Associate Fellow

Alexander Klimburg
AIES Associate Fellow

Christian Leuprecht, Ph.D.
AIES Associate Fellow

Dr. Rudolf Logothetti
AIES Senior Advisor

Dr. Reinhold Lopatka
AIES Project Manager

Patrick Meyer, M.A.
AIES Online Editor

Colonel (ret.) Wolfgang Richter
AIES Senior Advisor

Ambassador Dr. Manfred Scheich
AIES Senior Advisor

Mag. Dr. Nikolaus Scholik
AIES Senior Advisor

Stanley R. Sloan
AIES Associate Fellow

Christine Straßmaier
AIES Associate Fellow

Csaba Törő, Ph.D.
AIES Associate Fellow

Ambassador Dr. Herbert Traxl
AIES Senior Advisor

Dr. Joris Van Bladel
AIES Associate Fellow

Benjamin Zyla, Ph.D.
AIES Associate Fellow

About us

The Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy / AIES is a private non-partisan research institute established in September 1996. The institute was founded by Austrian security experts as well as individuals involved in politics, economics and academia. As a research institute and think tank the AIES contributes to the enhancement of the knowledge and awareness of European and international policies and security issues in Austria.

EU Project 2015-2018

IECEU - Improving the Effectiveness of Capabilities in EU Conflict Prevention

Webdesign by EGENCY