Andreas Hasenclever is Professor of Peace Research and International Relations at the Institute for Political Science in Tübingen since 2004.
He studied political science and catholic theology in Tübingen, Munich and Paris. After his graduation in 1993 he joined the Institute of Ethics in the Science (IZEW) in Tübingen for academic research.
In 2003 his dissertation „The power of morals in international relations. Analyses of military interventions of western powers in Somalia, Ruanda and Bosnia“ was awarded with the Helmuth-James-von-Moltke Award of the German section of the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War.
Following his dissertation Andreas Hasenclever was academic head of the Institute for Peace and Conflict Research in Frankfurt (Hessen), where he headed the foundations Council for Research from 2003 to 2004.
Aside from being professor in Tübingen, Hasenclever acts as supervisor and counselor for example in the committee for Peace and Conflict Research of the Planning Staff of the Federal Foreign Office.
This professorship is supported by the German Stiftung Friedensforschung and closely intertwined with the master's program of the same name.