” Brazil is playing an increasingly important role on the global stage, and it is important that it continues to focus on values such as freedom and free trade – values that we share.’ Brazil sets a good example for other Latin American countries in this respect.” Dr. Uri Rosenthal, during his visit to Brasil.
BRADUTCH is extraordinarily pleased and proud to announce that Dr. Uri Rosenthal is the new member of BRADUTCH’s Advisory Board.
Dr. Uri Rosenthal (born July 19, 1945) is a Dutch politician of the People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD). He served as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Government Rutte I from 2010 until 2012. He previously served as a Member of the Senate from 1999 until 2010 and the Parliamentary leader in the Senate from 2005 until 2010.
Dr. Rosenthal obtained a Master of Arts in political science at the University of Amsterdam in 1970. In 1978 he received his Doctor of Philosophy in social sciences at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. In 1980 he became a professor of political science and public administration at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. And from 1987 until 2011 he served as a professor of public administration at the Leiden University.
Dr. Rosenthal is one of the founders and former chairmen of the COT Institute for Safety, Security and Crisis Management in the Hague, which plays a strong role in research, training and advice on a broad spectrum of security and crisis management issues.
Dr. Rosenthal is chairman of the Policy Advisory Council on Science and Technology (AWTI) and the chairman of the Supervisory Council for Veterans Care.
He currently serves as the Special Envoy of the Netherlands for the Global Conference on Cyberspace in 2015.
His vision and experience will add an invaluable perspective to our board.
We are delighted by his willingness to serve as advisor and look forward to benefitting from his guidance.