Karl Kaiser is Adjunct Professor of Public Policy Emeritus at the Kennedy School and a Fellow of the Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. He was educated at the Universities of Cologne, Grenoble and Oxford, was assistant to Henry Kissinger at Harvard, and taught at the Universities of Bonn, Johns Hopkins (Bologna), Saarbrücken, Cologne, the Hebrew University, and the Departments of Government and Social Studies of Harvard. He was a Director of the German Council on Foreign Relations, Bonn/ Berlin, and an advisor to Chancellors Brandt and Schmidt. He is a recipient of the Atlantic Award of NATO. Professor Kaiser is the author or editor of numerous articles and books in the fields of world affairs, German, French, British and US foreign policy, transatlantic and East-West relations, nuclear proliferation, and international environmental policy. He holds a Ph.D. from Cologne University and an Honorary Doctorate of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Featured programmes and seminars

  • High Capacity Campus

    Start date: 07/07/2024

    The main objective of this initiative is to develop the potential of young people between the ages of 10 and 18 who have been accredited as "high ability".

  • Workshop From Science to Society

    Start date: 22/09/2024

    The Rafael del Pino Foundation together with the Club de Científicos (Rafael del Pino Excellence Fellows) organise the FS2S: Translating today's research into tomorrow's solutions.

  • A History of the World programme. Jeremy Adelman

    Start date: 20/09/2024

    This course, aimed at young people aged between 17 and 25, invites them to learn about and delve into world history in order to understand how we are connected in the globalised world in which we live.

  • Artificial Intelligence Ethics Programme. Carissa Véliz

    Start date: 28/10/2024

    This course will help us understand the "digital reality" we live in. A practical and constructive approach, offering possible solutions to the ethical challenges generated by AI.