| Tim Reilly |
(academic, businessman, soldier, deep state operative?)
|Alma mater||Durham University, Cambridge University, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Surrey University, Scott Polar Research Institute|
|Member of||Institute for Statecraft, Institute for Statecraft/Tor team, Integrity Initiative|
|Interests|| • oil|
Tim Reilly is a member of the Integrity Initiative.
BA Hons: Durham University M.Phil: Cambridge University Diplom: Moscow State Institute of International Relations Post-Grad' Diploma: Surrey University PhD Candidate (P/T), Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
Biography (prior to returning to academia as mature student)
Internationally experienced performer in NBD of Emerging markets, (CIS, & the Arctic region). Specialised in strategic planning, risk management/scenario planning, government affairs, and R&D. Ran NBD operations in: CIS, Eastern Europe, Turkey, ME, U.S. and the Mediterranean. Skill sets: international relations; (O&G industry), negotiation strategy; political risk planning; operational set-ups, and host-country entry/networking.
Industries employed in prior to undertaking PhD:
Oil & Gas: (Exxon, JKX Oil & Gas, Shell) Risk Management: (Kroll, London) Telecoms: (Metromedia Telecommunications Inc. U.S.A) Communications/Advertising: (Saatchi & Saatchi) British Army - The Parachute Regiment
Main research interests are Arctic energy, transportation, and infrastructure with emphasis also on strategic aspects of the governance of the Arctic and its international relations. Increasingly the role of Asia in the Arctic and the connectivity between the development of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) and the Russian Far East (RFE) and the latter's integration into NE Asia, is a focus of my research. External activities
Expert witness to House of Commons Environmental Committee - Arctic. Expert witness to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Arctic Appointed Research Fellow at Centre for Rising Powers, POLIS Submission of paper to House of Commons Defence Committee Author of the Arctic chapter in British Army's Annual House Journal Co-convenor of Intl' Conference at Centre for Rising Powers at POLIS Member of the All Party Parliamentary Group (Polar Regions) Appointed Senior Associate Fellow at Institute for Statecraft (Arctic Issues) Guest Speaker at various external UK and US Think Tanks/forums