Konrad Seitz

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Konrad Seitz (born 1934) is a German academic and diplomat. He has studied Philosophy, History and Classical Philology in Munich and International Economics and International Law at Fletcher School (Tufts-Harvard, MA, 1967). In 1965 Dr. Seitz entered the German Foreign Service, and in 1975 he became a speechwriter for then-foreign minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher, a position he retained until 1987. Subsequently he served as German ambassador to India, Italy and China.

Konrad Seitz was born in Munich. He is author of a number of books. His book China. Eine Weltmacht kehrt zurück made it into a top-10 listing of important business books by financial information service Bloomberg.

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  • Die japanisch-amerikanische Herausforderung. Deutschlands Hochtechnologie-Industrien kämpfen ums Überleben, Munich: Bonn Aktuell, 1990. [1]
  • Glotz, Peter and Süssmuth, Rita, Die planlosen Eliten. Versäumen die Deutschen die Zukunft? (with Glotz, Peter and Süssmuth, Rita) Munich: Stiebner Verlag, 1992. [2]
  • Europa. Una Colonia Tecnologica?, Milan: Edizioni di Comunità, 1995.
  • Wettlauf ins 21. Jahrhundert. Die Zukunft Europas zwischen Amerika und Asien, Munich: Siedler Verlag, 1998. [3]
  • China - Eine Weltmacht kehrt zurück, Munich: Siedler Verlag, 2002. [4]

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