Müller, Harald

Müller, Harald

Frankfurt, Germany
Goethe University Frankfurt, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF), Peace Research Center Prague – Charles University Center of Excellence
Professor emeritus of International Relations at Goethe University Frankfurt,
Former Executive Director and Presently Senior Associate of Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF),
Principal Investigator of Peace Research Center Prague – Charles University Center of Excellence
Expertise :
International security

Born on May 13, 1949.

Doctor, Professor, Director of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt  (Leibniz-Institut Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK)), Frankfurt, Germany. Member of the Expert Council on Disarmament Issues under the UN Secretary General. Member of the Expert Council of the Federal Academy for Security Policy of Germany (Bundesakademie für Sicherheitspolitik, BAKS). Professor at the Johns Hopkins University, Bologna, Italy. Professor emeritus of International Relations at the Goethe University Frankfurt (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main), Germany.

PIR Center Advisory Board Member since 1997.


  • Baldus J., Müller H., Wunderlich C. The global nuclear order and the crisis of the nuclear non-proliferation regime: Taking stock and moving forward // Zeitschrift für Friedens-und Konfliktforschung. 2021. № 10. P. 195–218.
  • Wunderlich C., Müller H., Jakob U. WMD Compliance and Enforcement in a Changing Global Contex // United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. May 18, 2021. — 35 p.
  • Müller H. What Are the Institutional Preconditions for a Stable Non-Nuclear Peace? // Non-Nuclear Peace Beyond the Nuclear Ban Treaty / Edited by T. Sauer, J. Kustermans, B. Segaert. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. — 203 p.
  • Müller H., Tokhi A. The Contestation of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Regime // Contested World Orders: Rising Powers, Non-Governmental Organizations, and the Politics of Authority Beyond the Nation-State / Edited by M. B. Stephen, M. Zürn. Oxford University Press, 2019. — 416 p.

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