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Eberhard Sandschneider

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Eberhard Sandschneider is Otto-Wolff-Director of the Research Institute of the German Council on Foreign Relations. He graduated from the Saar University, Saarbr�cken in 1981 in English Language and Literature, Latin, History and Political Science. In 1986, he received his PhD in Political Science at the Saar University with a thesis on "The Political Role of the People's Liberation Army after the Cultural Revolution." He finished his "habilitation" on "Stability and Transformation of Political Systems" in November 1993. He held a position as professor for International Relations between 1995 and 1998 in Mainz, before accepting a chair at Free University Berlin in 1998. Between March 2001 and March 2003 he served as Dean of the faculty for Political and Social Sciences at Free University. Later that year he succeeded Karl Kaiser as the Otto-Wolff-Director of the Research Institute of the German Council on Foreign Relations. Among his most recent publications are: 1. Global Rivals - China's astounding rise and the paralysis of the West, 2007 2. Is China's military modernization a concern for the EU?, in: Facing China's rise: Guidelines for an EU strategy, Chaillot Paper No. 94, 2006 3. Empire - An Anthology by the German Association for Political Science, 2006

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