Ambassador Dominique Dreyer, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor

Fields of expertise

  • Diplomacy

  • Politics of Far-East and Central Asia

  • Emergence of China

    Education

    • Ph.D. degree from the University of Fribourg, 1978

    • Post-Graduate Studies in International Law at Cambridge University, UK, 1070-1972

    • Bachelor of Law, University of Fribourg, 1968

    Previous Experience

    • Ambassador of Switzerland to India, Nepal and Bhutan, based in New Delhi, 2004-2008

    • Ambasador of Switzerland to China, Mongolia and the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, based in Peking, 2000-2004

    • Minister, Embassy of Switzerland in China, Peking, 1995-1999

    • Minister, Embassy of Switzerland in France, Paris, 1992-1995

    • Minister, Embassy of Switzerland in Japan, Tokyo, 1988-1992

    • Counsellor, Embassy of Switzerland in China, Peking, 1984-1988

    • Federal Department of Foreign Afairs, Berne, Political Division II (Middle-East Affairs; Political Secretariat), 1978-1984

    • Third, and Second Secretary, Embassy of Switzerland in China, Peking, 1974-1978

     
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