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Gunter Mulack, Former German Ambassador

Dr. Gunter Mulack, a retired German ambassador, entered into the German diplomatic service after studying law and Oriental languages as well as Middle Eastern regional studies at the Universities of Marburg, Freiburg, and Göttingen in Germany with post-graduate studies at the University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law, and a PhD in international law from Göttingen University. 

As a diplomat, Dr. Mulack served mostly in the Arab world. He graduated with a diploma in Arabic from MECAS in Lebanon serving in Cairo, Amman, Beirut, and Kuwait, as well as other postings. He then went on to serve as ambassador in Bahrain, Kuwait, and Damascus – followed by time as the Consul General in Casablanca. 

Following the events of September 11th 2001, Dr. Mulack was appointed in March 2002 as the first German Commissioner for Dialogue with the Muslim world and served in this capacity until 2005 visiting almost all of the Muslim countries. From late 2005 to September 2008, he served as German Ambassador in Pakistan. 

After his retirement, Dr. Mulack was appointed executive director of the prestigious German Orient Institute in Berlin and is a board member of several think tanks, advisor to the Aga Kahn Development Network, and engaged in intercultural dialog while devoting a portion of his time as a political analyst, publisher, and commentator of current world affairs.

Gunter Mulack is scheduled to sail on the following voyage(s) (subject to change):






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Apr 05 2015 15 2509 Silver Wind Muscat, Oman to Piraeus (Athens), Greece $5,250
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