Konstantin Griep is an intern at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin, where he contributes to the institute’s work on global order and the Global Dialogue project. His research focuses on geoeconomics, emerging and disruptive technologies, international organizations, and the role of these different forces in reshaping the international order. He is also interested in nuclear policy as well as the Arctic region.
Prior to joining GPPi, Konstantin was a research assistant in the Munich Security Conference’s policy team, where he worked on the Arctic, climate security, and nuclear policy. He also completed an internship at the European Council on Foreign Relations in Berlin and spent a year working at a parliamentary group in the German Bundestag as a volunteer. During his studies, he served as the vice chair of the student society of the United Nations Association of Germany’s Berlin-Brandenburg chapter.
Konstantin holds a bachelor’s degree in political science with a specialization in international relations from Free University Berlin and spent one year of his undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto. His studies were supported by the German Academic Exchange Service and he had the opportunity to present his academic research at the Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS).