Teresa Eder

Program Associate, Wilson Center

Teresa Eder is a program associate for the Global Europe Program at the Wilson Center. Previously, she was a freelance journalist and producer focused on societal divisions, identity, and extremism. Before moving to the United States in 2015, Ms. Eder worked in several different positions for the Austrian newspaper Der Standard, including Deputy Head of the Foreign Affairs Department. She broadened her experience at the World Bank, the Atlantic Council and Human Rights First. Ms. Eder holds Master’s degrees in International Relations, Political Science, and Journalism from Georgetown University, the University of Vienna and the University of Applied Sciences in Vienna, respectively. She is an avid violinist, performing regularly with orchestras and chamber music groups in the DC area.

Recent Content


Transatlantic Convergence or Divergence? QAnon after January Twentieth

With President Donald J. Trump leaving the Oval Office, a major tenet of the QAnon movement has been proven wrong: On January twentieth, the day of Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration, …

QAnon Goes Global

“Please, Mr. President, make Germany great again.” It’s not every day that demonstrators in Germany plea for America’s president to come to their aid. But the August 29 anti-lockdown protest …

Episode 17: Overcoming Social Divisions

In recent years, the United States and Germany have both experienced growing social divisions, more extreme ideology, and a trend toward existing in our own echo chambers—that is, seeking out …

Dusting Off Local Politics: New Ideas for Political Participation in Rust Belt Cities 

Our world today is increasingly marked by social divisions. The political fault lines can be witnessed between liberals and conservatives, generationally between millennials and boomers, or geographically between urban and rural …