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Jonathan S. Kallmer

International Trade Attorney

Jonathan S. Kallmer practices international trade law in Washington, DC. From 1999-2004, Mr. Kallmer was an associate in the Washington office of Hogan & Hartson L.L.P., principally in the areas of international litigation and international trade.

He represented clients in international arbitration proceedings under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, London Court of International Arbitration and United Nations Commission on International Trade Law.
In addition, he practiced in the areas of anti-dumping, countervailing duties, sanctions and export controls.

Mr. Kallmer writes frequently on foreign policy and international law. His articles have concerned the role of the United Nations in the war in Iraq, the development of a European Union constitution, the relationship between the EU and NATO — and U.S. engagement with Iran.

Mr. Kallmer graduated with honors from Stanford University and received his law degree from Georgetown University. During law school, Mr. Kallmer studied at the University of London — and worked at the American Bar Association’s Central and Eastern European Law Initiative.

Mr. Kallmer has also worked for the Aspen Institute in Berlin, Germany.

Currently, he is working on his first novel, Deutsche Oper, a portrait of Germany after the Berlin Wall.

Articles by Jonathan S. Kallmer

All Roads Pass Through Moscow

Should Russia become a top priority on the U.S. foreign policy agenda?

May 17, 2006

Is the EU Too Fragile for a Constitution?

Will the European Union survive ratification of its proposed constitution?

May 12, 2005