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Frederic Ischebeck-Baum

Teaching Fellow & Assistant Director

Centre for Defence Studies 
Room K6.56
Department of War Studies
King's College, London
London WC2R 2LS


Frederic holds Master’s degrees in International Law from Frankfurt University, in Terrorism Studies from the University of Saint Andrews, and in War Studies from King’s College London. His research interests include national security, intelligence, counter-terrorism and military strategy. Among other projects, he is currently involved in defence consultancy in the Middle East.

Frederic is a Visiting Lecturer at Cambridge University, and at the German Federal University. He has been a Visiting Fellow to the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) in London, and to the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) in Tel Aviv. Frederic has a military background, served as Military Adviser with a NATO mission and worked for UNODC in Eastern Africa including Somalia. He has lectured and given evidence at a wide range of high-end political and academic institutions, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the UK Cabinet Office, the German Ministry of Defence, the German Foreign Ministry, the NATO School, the NATO Intelligence Fusion Centre, the US Defence Intelligence Agency, the US Naval War College, the German Armed Forces Command and Staff College, and the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Forces Command and Staff College among them. Frederic has published, reviewed and edited security-related work, and is an Associate Fellow of the British Academy for Higher Education. He has worked with a number of news-outlets such as BBC World News, BBC Radio, Channel 4, USA Today, The Telegraph, Arte and Jane's. 

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