Erhard Crome

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Erhard Crome (* 1951 in Berlin ) is a German political scientist and author. He worked for the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation . Managing Director of the WeltTrends Institute for International Politics in Potsdam.

Erhard Crome studied politics from 1971 to 1976 with a focus on foreign policy at the Institute for International Relations of the GDR in Potsdam-Babelsberg (today University of Potsdam ). There he received his doctorate in 1980 and completed his habilitation in 1987. After German reunification, he worked at the University of Potsdam in the Department of Political Science until 2000. In 2001 he held a visiting professorship at the European University Viadrina , Frankfurt / Oder and has been a member of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation since 2002. Until mid-2016 he was a speaker for peace and security policy at the Institute for Social Analysis. Ingar Solty is his successor .

Erhard Crome is a member of the editorial team of the social science journal Berliner Debatte Initial and co-founder of the foreign policy journal WeltTrends . He is the author of the biweekly Das Blättchen .

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  • Outdated. The Bundeswehr, freedom of expression and the "Causa Rose". Schkeuditzer Buchverlag 2016, ISBN 978-3-943931-00-6 .
  • with Lutz Kleinwächter, New Thinking in the GDR. Concepts for security in Europe in the 1980s. WeltTrends Verlag, Potsdam 2014, ISBN 978-3-941880-95-5 .
  • with Raimund Krämer, hegemony and multipolarity. World orders in the 21st century. WeltTrends Verlag, Potsdam 2013,  ISBN 978-3-941880-74-0 .
  • with Udo Tietz, Dialectics - Work - Society. Festschrift for Peter Ruben. WeltTrends Verlag, Potsdam 2013, ISBN 978-3-941880-73-3 .
  • The UN and international law in contemporary international relations . WeltTrends Verlag, Potsdam 2012, ISBN 978-3-941880-66-5 .
  • The Babelsberg Diplomat School. The Institute for International Relations of the GDR. WeltTrends Verlag, Potsdam 2009,  ISBN 978-3-941880-01-6 .
  • with Jochen Franzke and Raimund Krämer, The Disappeared Diplomacy. Contributions to the foreign policy of the GDR. Festschrift for Claus Monday. Berliner Debatte Wissenschaftsverlag 2003, ISBN 3-931703-87-8 .
  • with Jochen Franzke, Nation and Nationalism. Aspects of the approach to the phenomenon of the national after the end of the East-West conflict. Verlag Berliner Debatte 1993, ISBN 3-929666-03-0 .

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