Faculty

Dr. Caterina Carta

Dr. Jonas Lefevere

Dr. Sven Van Kerckhoven

Dr. Stephan Klose

Ms. Maaike Verbruggen

Dr. Jamie Shea
(DPhil Oxford University)
Distinguished Professor of Global Security Policy & Practice at Vesalius College; Deputy Assistant Secretary-General of Emerging Security Challenges, NATO

Dr. Ethan Corbin
(BA Bowdoin College; MA Sorbonne; MALD The Fletcher School at Tufts University; PhD The Fletcher School at Tufts University)
Adjunct Profess of International Affairs at Vesalius College; Director of the Peace and Security Committee at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly
Specialty: Intersection of strategic studies, US foreign policy, and the Middle East

Dr. Jurgen Dieringer 
(PhD University Budapest, PhD University Erlangen-Nuremberg, MA equivalent University of Tübingen)
Adjunct Professor of International Affairs at Vesalius College
Specialty: European Integration, Comparative Politics, Internatinal Political Economy

Dr. Tongfi Kim
(BA Doshisha University; MA Kyoto University; PhD Ohio State University)
Assistant Professor of International Affairs at Vesalius College
Specialty: Alliance theory and policy practice in the Asia-Pacific

Mr. Thomas Renard
(MA George Washington University; PhD Candidate at Ghent University)
Adjunct Professor of International Affairs at Vesalius College; Senior Research
Fellow at EGMONT-Royal Institute of International Relations
Specialty: Terrorism and counter-terrorism, the multipolarisation of international affairs and the strategies developed by the European Union to cope with emerging powers, notably the so-called strategic partnerships

Dr. Olesya Tkacheva
(BA City University of New York; MA & PhD University of Michigan Ann Arbor)
Acting Dean and Assistant Professor of International Affairs
Specialty: Russian foreign policy, quantitative and qualitative research methods

Mr. Koen Troch
(Major in the Royal Military Academy; MA KU Leuven)
Adjunct Professor of International Affairs at Vesalius College
Specilaty: Military approaches to security as well as grand strategy