Prof. Dr. Heinz Gärtner (1951) is lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Vienna and at Danube University in Krems. He was academic director of the Austrian Institute for International Affairs. He has held various Fulbright Fellowships and the Austrian Chair at Stanford University. He was Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC. Among other things, he chairs the advisory board of the International Institute for Peace in Vienna and of the commission Strategy and Security of the Austrian Armed Forces. He published widely on issues of international security, transatlantic relations and the Middle East. Heinz Gärtner received the Bruno Kreisky (legendary former Austrian Chancellor) Award for most outstanding Political Books. Heinz Gärtner ist editor (together with Mitra Shahmoradi) of the book “Iran in the International System – Iran between Great Powers and Great Ideas” (Routledge, January 2020).
Professor Gärtner is a member of the iGlobenews Advisory Board.
- Engaged Neutral States (September 2021)
- A Window Of Opportunity: Revival Of The Iran Nuclear Talks In Vienna (April 2021)