Stefan Engert is a visiting lecturer at the University of Potsdam. He is the deputy head of the Crisis Prevention and Coordination unit at the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) in Berlin, where he works full time.
Julian Junk is co-leader of the research projects "Administrative Science Meets Peacekeeping" and "Coping with the complex side of bureaucracy" and teaches the modules "Changing Patters of Governance" and "Initiation: Study Global Politics".
Georgiy Kasianov is Head of Department of Contemporary History and Politics at the Institute of History of Ukraine (Kyiv) and professor at the National University 'Kyiv Mohyla Academy' and teaches the module "Eastern Europe: A Dissolving Concept?".
Daniel Kuchlers' research interests include History of Political Thought, Theory of International Relations and Modern Political Philosophy. He is instructor of the module "Explaining Global Politics: The Game of Using Theories".
Patricia Maulden is Professor of Conflict Resolution and Director of the Dialoge and Difference Project at George Mason University and teaches the module "Policy Issues: Conflict Management and Reconciliation".
Sergei Medvedev has taught courses on Russian/Soviet and security studies. He published on post- Soviet studies, European security, political geography, cultural anthropology and semiotics. He teaches the module "Russia: Eternal Enigma."