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Vigjilenca Abazi is Assistant Professor of European Law at Maastricht University. She was Resident Fellow at Information Project Society at Yale Law School, Emile Nöel Fellow at NYU School of Law, and Fulbright Scholar at Columbia Law School. Her most recent book is 'Secrecy and Oversight in the European Union' (OUP 2019) part of Oxford Studies in European Law.
Stéphanie Abdesselam is an associate in the Litigation team of the Reed Smith Paris office. She works primarily on regulatory matters, in particular data security and privacy issues, and anti-corruption regulatory. She also experience in civil and commercial pre-litigation and litigation matters.
Achille Mbembe is a professor of history and political science at the Witwatersrand University of South Africa and director of research at the Witwatersrand Institute for Social and Economic Research (WISER) in Johannesburg. He is also a visiting professor at Harvard University and the author of numerous books, notably on the theme of modes of reflection and operation in decolonized Africa, such as Sortir de la grande nuit, Critique de la raison nègre et Politiques de l'inimitié, as well as De la postcolonie. Essai sur l’imagination politique dans l’Afrique contemporaine.
Faten Aggad is the Senior Advisor on Climate Diplomacy and Geopolitics at the African Climate Foundation (ACF). Prior to joining the ACF in February 2022, Faten served as the Senior Advisor to the African Union High Representative on future relations with the European Union.
Professor at the Collège de France and London School of Economics
Michel Aglietta is a French economist, a current scientific advisor at CEPII, member of the Institut Universitaire de France, and a professor emeritus of Economics at Université Paris-Nanterre and of Macroeconomics at HEC Paris. He was a member of the Cercle des économistes and then of the Council of Economic Analysis to the French Prime Minister between 1997 and 2003.
Yann Aguila is a partner at Bredin Prat where he heads the Public Law Department. He advises on all aspects of public law and environmental law, both in a transactional and litigation context. Before joining Bredin Prat in 2011, Yann Aguila was a member of the French Conseil d'État since 1990.
Dr. Satohiro Akimoto is Chairman of the Board and President of Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA and Associate Fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Dr. Cinzia Alcidi is Director of Research, Head of the Economic Policy Unit at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels and LUISS- School of European Political Economy- research fellow. Prior to joining CEPS, she worked at International Labour Office in Geneva and she taught International Economics at University of Perugia (Italy).
Mona Ali is an associate professor of economics at the State University of New York – New Paltz. She is working on a book on the weaponization of global finance.
Massimo Amato teaches at the Bocconi University of Milan. For the past fifteen years, he has devoted his research to money: history of monetary systems, history of monetary thought, reform of the monetary system.
Mathematician and philosopher, member of the French National Order of Merit
Dominique Andolfatto is a Professor of political science at the University of Burgundy and co-director of research on "democracy" within the Center for Research and Studies in Law and Political Science (CREDESPO). His research focuses on trade unions, political parties and public policies.
Maximilian Andorff-Woller is a researcher at the University of Greifswald. His research focuses on the welfare state, the labor-capital duality and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Philip Andrews-Speed is a senior research fellow at the Energy Studies Institute at the National University of Singapore. He began his career as a geologist, specializing in mining and petroleum before turning to energy resource management.
Gérard Araud is Vice President of Richard & Associates. Previously, he was ambassador to Israel between 2003 and 2006, permanent representative of France to the United Nations between 2009 and 2014 and then ambassador of France to the United States between 2014 and 2019.
François Arbault is the Defense Coordinator in the European Commission's Directorate General for Defense Industry. Prior to his current position, François Arbault headed the Industrial Property Unit ("MARKT/D-2") in the European Commission's Internal Market and Services Directorate General.
Eric Armando is a research associate at the Asia Center. His work focuses on Asia and energy and he works for a large French energy company. Eric Armando is a graduate of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris.
Jean-Sébastien F. Arrighi graduated from Institut d'études politiques de Grenoble. He is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Luis Arroyo Zapatero (born in Valladolid in 1951), is a Spanish jurist, specialist in international criminal law, president of the International Society of Social Defense, and founder and current director of the Institute of European and International Criminal Law. He is Honorary Rector of the University of Castilla-La Mancha, of which he was the founding Rector. He is also a Corresponding Member of the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences of the Institut de France since 2019
Julien Audemard holds a doctorate in political science and is a CNRS researcher at the Center for Political and Social Studies (CEPEL) of the Université de Montpellier. His research interests include primary elections and the politics of the southern regions of France.
Sociologist, Stefan made studies of political science at the Otto-Suhr-Institut of the Freie Universität Berlin, and at Sabanci University in Istanbul, and a research Master in Social Sciences (Sciences, Technology, Societys mention) at EHESS in Paris. He obtained a research allowance for his thesis that he wrote under the supervision of Amy Dahan in the Centre Alexandre Koyré at EHESS. His thesis, defended in May 2012 with highest honour, was on ‘How to govern a ‘new global risk’? The construction of climate change as a public issue on a global and European scale, in France and Germany. Stefan participated in various research projects, including one on the international arenas of climate change (funded by the Centre Alexandre Koyré), in which he participated in the international Poznan 2008 and Copenhagen 2009 climate conferences and contributed to the publication of two research papers, one on the construction of climate change as public issue in France: what place is there for controversies? (funded by the ISCC after competition) which led to the organization of an international conference in September 2010. Stefan has also been recruited by the project Gouverner et administrer les techno-sciences à l’échelle globale (GATSEG, EHESS/CNRS) to work on the forward-looking energy. He has worked as an expert for organizations such as the OECD and the city of science and industry, and he is an associate researcher at the Franco-German Institute of Ludwigsburg (dfi) since October 2009. Currently, he is involved in two projects, the first one on the Evolution of the international geopolitical situation in the fight against climate change, funded by the Centre for strategic analysis (CAS), for which he took the UN negotiations on environment and development in Rio de Janeiro in June 2012, and the second one on climate controversies, funded by the GIS Climate Environment Societys.
Frédéric Baab is the French European Prosecutor. He is the former French National Member and President of the counterterrorism team at Eurojust, a position he held from 2014 to 2019.
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Paris-Ouest (Nanterre) and Affiliate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California at Irvine.
Erik Baltz is a researcher and doctoral student in political science at the University of Greifswald. He is interested in the effect of intra-party preferences on the duration of coalition governments.
Jacopo Barigazzi is Senior EU Reporter, covering mainly migration, foreign policy and Italian politics at POLITICO. Prior to this, he wrote for Newsweek covering Italian politics and economy.
Christophe Batardy holds a doctorate in contemporary history. He is a research engineer at the French Ministry of Culture, working at the AOROC laboratory (ENS/PSL), and teaching cartography and statistics at the University of Nantes.
Seyla Benhabib is a senior research scholar and adjunct professor of law at Columbia Law School. She is also an affiliate faculty member in the Columbia University Department of Philosophy and a senior fellow at the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought. She was a scholar in residence at the Law School from 2018 to 2019 and was also the James S. Carpentier Visiting Professor of Law in spring 2019.
Gilles Bertrand is a lecturer in political science at the Centre Emile-Durkheim of the University of Bordeaux. His research focuses on conflict resolution, multilateralism, transnational networks and diasporas. He is a member of the editorial board of the journal Études internationales.
Damian Boeselager is a German member of the European Parliament. He is a member of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs.
Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl is Director-General of DIGITAL EUROPE. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Gaia-X and of the European Commission’s Industrial Forum. She is also a member of the Stakeholder Cybersecurity Certification Group of ENISA (the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity) and of NATO’s high-level Advisory Group for Emerging and Disruptive Technologies, and a member of the supervisory board of EIT Digital.
Jason Bordoff is one of the world's leading experts on energy and climate policy. He is the co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate School and currently director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. Jason Bordoff is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Petroleum Council.
Maja Bucar is Professor of Development Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of University of Ljubljana and Head of CIR
Professor Dr. Danny Busch, M.Jur. (Oxon.) is Chair in Financial Law and Director of the Financial Law Centre (FLC), which is part of the Radboud Business Law Institute of Radboud University Nijmegen.
Marco Buti is Head of Cabinet of Commissioner for Economy, Paolo Gentiloni. Previously, he has been Director-General for Economic and Financial Affairs at the European Commission. He held various posts as an economist in DG ECFIN and the Commissioner's cabinet (private office) before taking up a post as an economic adviser to the Commission President in 2002-03. In 2003 he returned to DG ECFIN as Director for the Directorate for economies of the Member States, and in September 2006 was appointed Deputy Director-General.
Dan Esty is the Hillhouse Professor at Yale University with appointments in both the Law and Environment Schools -- and director of the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy (www.yale.edu/envirocenter) as well as co-director of the Yale Initiative on Sustainable Finance. Professor Esty has written or edited fourteen books (including the prizewinning volumes Green to Gold and A Better Planet) and dozens of articles on climate change, environmental protection, regulatory reform, and sustainability -- and their connections to corporate strategy, competitiveness, sustainability metrics, and trade. He served in a number of leadership roles at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 1989 - 93 (including serving on the U.S. delegation that negotiated the 1992 Framework Convention on Climate Change) and as Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection from 2011- 14.
Francisco Cabezuelo Lorenzo is a Professor at the Faculty for Information Science of the Complutense University of Madrid. His research focuses on audiovisual communication, journalism, and publicity.
First President of the Court of Cassation from 1999 to 2007, then member of the Constitutional Council from 2007 to 2016.
Lorenzo Castellani is a Research Fellow at Luiss Guido Carli, Rome, focusing on the History of Political Institutions.
Secretary General of the National Digital Council, PhD (Law)
Bruno Cautrès is a researcher at the CNRS and at the Center for Political Research (CEVIPOF). He studies electoral behaviour and French and European politics.
Theodore Chadjipandelis is a professor of applied statistics and the director of the Laboratory of Applied Political Research at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH).
Pierre Charbonnier is a philosopher and CNRS research fellow at the Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics at Sciences Po Paris. His work focuses on the history and philosophy of social sciences, systems of thought and management of the natural environment, political and ecological crises, and the place of ecology in the democratization process.
Han Chen is the director of the International Energy Policy Program at the National Resources Defence Council. She manages the Council's work in promoting a global energy transition and addressing climate change at the international level.
Rebecca Christie is a non-resident fellow at Bruegel. Prior, Rebecca was a political correspondent in Brussels for Bloomberg News from 2011 to 2016. Most recently she served as the lead author on the European Stability Mechanism's institutional history, "Safeguarding the Euro in Times of Crisis: the Inside Story of the ESM". She has also served as an expert adviser to a European Economic and Social Committee panel on taxation. She is an experienced panel moderator and has provided occasional reporting and radio commentary on Brexit to Irish broadcaster RTE and to the BBC.
Anna Christie is Assistant Professor of Banking, Corporate and Financial Law, University of Edinburgh Law School and Director of Studies in Law, Newnham College, University of Cambridge.
Andrée Clément is a political scientist specializing in ecological issues.
Prior to The New Statesman, Jeremy Cliffe was the Berlin Bureau Chief and Charlemagne commentator of The Economist. He has appeared on media outlets such as ARTE, Deustschlandfunk, CNN, BBC World, France 24 among others. Previously, Jeremy Cliffe has worked at the European Parliament in Brussels and The Economist Intelligence Unit in New York. He studied at Oxford and Harvard.
Carlos Closa is a part-time professor at the School of Transnational Governance (STG) at EUI and a professor at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Previously, Closa was director of the European, Transnational and Global Governance research area within the Robert Schuman Center's Global Governance Program.
Lucie Coatleven graduated from Sciences Po Strasbourg and UCL. She is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Jérémie Cohen-Setton is senior economist at the Independent Evaluation Office of the International Monetary Fund. Prior to his current position, Jérémie Cohen-Setton was a research fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Previously, Jérémie Cohen-Setton worked at Bruegel, the British Treasury and as an economic consultant at the Asian Development Bank.
Laurent Cohen-Tanugi is founder and managing partner of Laurent Cohen-Tanugi Avocats.
Marina Costa Lobo is Principal researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon and Deputy Director of the Lisbon Institute of Public Policy, a multidisciplinary academic think tank. She has been the director of the Portuguese Electoral Study since 2017. In this framework, she has been involved in several international surveys. Since 2016, she also leads the (ERC) MAPLE project, which analyzes the importance of Europe in national electoral behavior.
Federico Cugurullo is Assistant Professor of Smart and Sustainable Urbanism at Trinity College Dublin. He has previously taught at the University of Manchester, King's College London, and the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Goran Čular is an Associate professor at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Zagreb University.
Amy Dahan's work focuses on the history of mathematics, algebra, and mathematical physics, the role of science during World War II and the Cold War, the role of women in science, and the interactions of mathematics with other disciplines.
Paul De Grauwe is Professor of International Economics and holds the John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy at the European Institute of the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Marc Debus is Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Mannheim and a member of the board of the German Political Science Association.
Jos Delbeke is STG part-time Professor and full Professor at KU Leuven in Belgium. In September 2020, he was appointed as the EUI's first European Investment Bank Chair on Climate Change Policy and International Carbon Markets ('EIB Climate Chair'). Jos Delbeke is the former Director-General of the European Commission's DG Climate Action (2010 until 2018). He holds a PhD in economics (Leuven).
Hervé Delphin (FR) is an EU official, currently Head of Policy Planning and Strategic Foresight at the European External Action Service (EEAS). Prior to this, he worked in the European Commission where he held various positions, notably in Cabinets between 2004 and 2014, as Head of the Cabinet of Kristalina Georgieva, then European Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, and earlier on as deputy Head of the Cabinet of Commissioners Louis Michel and Karel de Gucht, Commissioners in charge of development policy and external relations with African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. From 2014 to 2017 he was Head of the Unit in DG ECHO in charge of the EU humanitarian and emergency response in the European Neighbourhood and the Middle East.
Alberto Di Felice leads the Infrastructure, Privacy and Security teams at Digital Europe. He is responsible for data protection, cybersecurity and telecoms.
Jean-François di Meglio is the President of Asia Centre. For twenty years, he has worked in the international financial field, particularly in Asia. From 2005 to 2008, Jean-François di Meglio managed the energy and commodities sector in China for BNP Paribas. He has been a member of the Asia Centre since 2008 and its president since 2009.
Jean-François Di Meglio, a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure and an alumnus of Peking University, headed the energy and commodities program in China for BNP Paribas, joining the Asia Centre in May 2008 and becoming its President in 2009. He also teaches at SciencesPo Paris and at Dauphine University.
Klaus Dodds is a political geographer and Professor of Geopolitics at Royal Holloway University of London and a Director of Research for the School of Life Sciences and Environment.
Marie Donnay joined the European Commission at the end of 2003 and works on financial issues since mid-2005.
Oliver Drewes is a researcher and doctoral candidate at the chair for Western Government and the Political System of Germany of the University of Trier. His research focuses on right-wing extremism, conspiracy theories, party politics and the political system of the EU.
Tímea Drinóczi is Visiting Professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, and a Full Professor at the Faculty of Law, Department of Constitutional Law, of the University of Pécs, Hungary.
Susanne Dröge has been a senior researcher in the Global Issues Programme of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) since 2006.
Professor at the Sorbonne Law School (University of Paris 1), President of the Henri Capitant Association of Friends of French Legal Culture
Economist. Lecturer at the University of Paris 13, specialist of industrial economics issues.
Piret Ehin is an associate professor at the Johan-Skytte Institute of Policy Studies at the University of Tartu, where she served as deputy head for research (2016-2018). She has been a member of the steering committee of the Estonian Election Study (ENES) since 2012 and the Estonian referent for the European Social Study since 2011.
Barry Eichengreen is the George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1987. His most recent books is 'In Defense of Public Debt' with Asmaa El-Ganainy, Rui Esteves and Kris Mitchener (Oxford University Press 2021)
Michał Ekiert is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Janis A. Emmanouilidis is Deputy Chief Executive & Director of Studies at the European Policy Center. He joined the EPC in 2009 as a Senior Policy Analyst. He has published widely on the EU's overall political and institutional development, all aspects of the Union's 'poly-crisis', the perspectives of differentiated integration, the Union's foreign, security and defence policy, and on EU enlargement.
Currently Deputy Permanent Representative of France to the North Atlantic Council (NATO), Alexandre Escorcia was previously Deputy Director of CAPS at the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs. A career diplomat, he began his career in 2005 in the Directorate General of Political and Security Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was subsequently seconded to the Ministry of Defense as Diplomatic Advisor to the Supreme Allied Commander for Transformation in Norfolk until 2012. He then served in Berlin as an exchange diplomat and then as First Secretary in the French Embassy.
Golnaz Esfandiari is a Senior Correspondent in RFE/RL's Central Newsroom and editor of the “Persian Letters” blog.
Adrien Estève is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for International Studies (CERI-Sciences Po), in residence at IRSEM. His current research focuses on the involvement of security and defense actors in climate policies, on the emergence of international forums and networks on climate security, and on the recent evolutions of international conflictuality (lawfare). He holds a PhD in political science from Sciences Po Paris (2020), a MPhil in international and political expertise from Sciences Po Aix (2014) and a MPhil in political science from Sciences Po Paris (2015). He is currently in charge of the research group on "Environment and International Relations" at CERI and of the working group on "Environment and climate" at the Association for War Studies (AEGES). He was also a visiting scholar at Columbia University for the academic year 2017-2018 and in April 2019.
ergio Fabbrini is Dean of the Political Science Department and Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome, where he holds the Intesa Sanpaolo Chair on European Governance. He was the Pierre Keller Professor at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government for the academic year 2019-2020. His most recent publication in English is Sergio Fabbrini, Europe’s Future: Decoupling and Reforming (Cambridge University Press 2019). He writes political editorials for the Italian financial newspaper “Il Sole 24 Ore”, for which he was awarded the 2017 Spinelli Prize.
Laurent Fabius joined the French Socialist Party in 1974 and became deputy mayor of Grand-Quevilly in 1977. He served as a member of parliament for the Seine-Maritime region and then became chief of staff to French President François Mitterrand in 1979. He first became a member of the government as Deputy Minister for the Budget. He became Prime Minister in 1984, the youngest in the history of the Fifth Republic, being only 37 years old at the time.
Eszter Farkas is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Central European University, in Hungary.
André Fazi is a lecturer in political science at the Università di Corsica Pasquale-Paoli. His research focuses on Corsican and Mediterranean politics, regional and multi-level politics, and the issue of insularity.
Jean-Gabriel Flandrois is a partner within Gide's M&A / Corporate practice group. He is also in charge of the firm's Restructuring - Distressed M&A practice group.
Since March 2019, Diego Flores Jiménez serves as Director for New Technologies and National Security Affairs in the Head of the Chancellor's Office. Previously, he was part of the Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs from 2013 to February 2019 as advisor and assistant private secretary.
John Erik Fossum is Professor of Political Science at ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo. His main fields of research include political theory, democracy, constitutionalism in the EU and Canada, as well as Europeanisation and transformation of the nation state.
Emanuela Fronza teaches "International and European Criminal Law" and "Comparative Criminal Law"; she also teaches "International and Comparative Criminal Law" and "European Criminal Law" in the Second Cycle Degree in Legal Studies. Finally, she teaches "International Criminal Justice" in the Two Year Master in International Relations.
Ashleigh is a health care reporter for POLITICO, based in London. Prior to joining POLITICO, Ashleigh was a reporter at the science policy publication Research Fortnight where she covered biomedical research policy.
Roberto Gargarella is a lawyer and sociologist from the University of Buenos Aires. He holds a doctorate in law from the same university and from the University of Chicago (United States), and has done post-doctoral studies at Balliol College, Oxford University (United Kingdom).
Timothy Garton Ash is Professor of European Studies in the University of Oxford, Isaiah Berlin Professorial Fellow at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. His essays appear regularly in the New York Review of Books. He writes a column on international affairs in the Guardian and has authored ten books of political writing or ‘history of the present’.
Diego Garzia is a professor of political science at the University of Lausanne and a visiting fellow at the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Fiesole. He is a founding member of the ECPR network dedicated to voting assistance applications and is also a member of the steering committee of the Italian Electoral Study (ITANES).
Florence Gaub is the Deputy Director of the EUISS, where she is in charge of coordinating research activities. In addition, she works on strategic foresight, as well as security and conflict in the Middle East and North Africa.
Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Geopolitics of Energy and Raw Materials at Paris-Dauphine University
Matthieu Glachant is a professor of Energy and Environmental Economics at MINES ParisTech, Université PSL. His research focuses on environmental economics, energy economics, and the economics of innovation. He is the author of several books, including L'économie verte contre la crise: 30 propositions pour une France plus soutenable and L'enjeu des ressources génétiques végétales : aspects scientifiques, écologiques et économiques.
Raphaël Glucksmann is a member of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament, MEP since July 2019.
Arancha Gonzalez Laya was Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation from January 13, 2020 to July 12, 2021 in the Sanchez government of Spain.
Florent Gougou holds a doctorate in political science. He is a lecturer at the PACTE research center of Sciences Po Grenoble, specializing in electoral sociology. His research focuses on the transformation of electoral power relations in Western Europe. He has directed or co-directed several national electoral and post-electoral studies in France, including the French Election Study 2017 (with Nicolas Sauger).
Director of Paradigmes et cætera; former technical advisor to Prime Ministers Edouard Balladur and Alain Juppé.
Nis Grünberg is Senior Analyst at Merics. His research focuses on state-party governance, elite politics as well as China’s sustainable development. He has published on the Chinese energy sector and worked on state-owned enterprise reform. Nis also coordinates research in the Politics & Society team at MERICS.
Jacques-Philippe Gunther is a partner at Latham & Watkins and Vice Chair of the firm’s Global Antitrust & Competition practice.
Olga Gyárfášova is a professor at Comenius University in Bratislava where until 2020 she served as director of the Institute for European Studies and International Relations.
Mark Harwood is Director of the Institute of European Studies at the University of Malta, where he teaches comparative European politics.
Tristan Haute is a lecturer in political science at the University of Lille and a researcher at the Centre d'études et de recherches administratives politiques et sociales (CERAPS). His research focuses on voting and participation in both political and professional contexts.
François Heisbourg is Special Advisor to the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and Special Advisor to the President of the Foundation for Strategic Research (FRS). Previously, he was President of the IISS and of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy.
Joachim-Nicolas Herrera is a Ph.D. Candidate in Law under the supervision of Professor Louis Assier-Andrieu. His research intersects law, history, anthropology and economics.
Stine Hesstvedt is a doctor of political science and a researcher at the Institute for Social Science Research (Institutt for Samfunnsforskning) in Oslo. Her research focuses on electoral and political behavior and public policy. She has participated in the 2017 and 2021 Norwegian National Election Studies (NNES).
Jean-Yves Heurtebise, Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Aix-Marseille, is a lecturer at FuJen Catholic University (Taipei, Taiwan).
Rasmus Hindrén is Head of International relations at the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats and a nonresident senior fellow with the Transatlantic Security Initiative in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.
Anders Hove is director of the China-Germany Energy Transition Project at GIZ, (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit), a German company providing services in international development cooperation.
François Hublet is BLUE's editor-in-chief. A graduate from ETH Zurich and École polytechnique, he is a researcher and doctoral candidate at ETH Zurich.
Jānis Ikstens is a Professor in Comparative Politics at the University of Latvia.
Tim Ingold is Emeritus professor at the University of Aberdeen. He was appointed to a Chair at the University of Manchester in 1990, and in 1995 he became Max Gluckman Professor of Social Anthropology. He was Editor of 'Man' (the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute) from 1990 to 1992, and edited the Routledge 'Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology', published in 1994. In 1988 he founded the Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory, and edited a volume of the first six annual debates ('Key Debates in Anthropology', 1996). He was elected to a Fellowship of the British Academy in 1997, and of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2000. In 1999 he was President of the Anthropology and Archaeology Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
Shada Islam is Editor of the EUobserver magazine. She is a political analyst and commentator on European Union affairs based in Brussels, who works independently as an advisor/analyst/strategist on issues related to Europe, Africa, Asia, geopolitics, trade and inclusion. Ms. Islam is a member of the European Policy Centre's Strategy Board and a senior advisor to its Europe in the World program. She is also a founding member of the EU-Asia Centre. She worked for nine years as Director of Europe and Geopolitics at Friends of Europe, an influential independent think tank based in Brussels. She now runs her own Brussels-based global strategy and consultancy firm, New Horizons Project.
Gilles Ivaldi is a CNRS research fellow in political science at the CEVIPOF (Sciences Po Paris). He is a specialist in the radical right and populism in Western Europe, as well as their relationship to Euroscepticism and nationalism.
Antoine Jardin holds a doctorate in political science. He is a CNRS research engineer at the Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales (CESDIP), and teaches at Sciences Po Paris and the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin. His research focuses on the political behavior of European suburban areas.
Juuso Järviniemi graduated from the University of Edinburgh and the College of Europe. He is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Juha Jokela is the Director of the European Union Research Program at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs. He has worked at the EU Institute for Security Studies as a Senior Associate Analyst and Senior Visiting Researcher, an advisor to the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and a researcher and director of the European Studies Network at the University of Helsinki.
Ben Judah is a foreign policy writer based in New York. His current research focuses on the foreign policy of the Biden-Harris administration, transnational kleptocracy, and Britain's attempts to reset its diplomatic posture after the Brexit.
Jean-Claude Juncker was President of the European Commission from 2014 to 2019.
Wolfram Kaiser is University Professor of European Studies at the University of Portsmouth, England and visiting Professor at the College of Europe since 1996
Ilir Kalemaj is an Associate Professor at the University of New York Tirana and the Deputy Rector of this institution. He holds a PhD in political science from the Central European University (Budapest). His research focuses on ethnicity, nationalism, democratic transition and geopolitics, with a particular interest in Albanian issues.
Dobrin Kanev is an Associate Professor in political science at the New Bulgarian University (Sofia). His research focuses on Bulgarian, Central and Eastern European politics.
Dave Keating is the Brussels Correspondent for France 24 and a Nonresident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council. He also writes for the New Statesman, Energy Monitor, IP Quarterly, Euractiv, Forbes and World Politics Review. Previously he was the editor of EuropeanVoice.com, a side publication of The Economist.
CNRS research director at the Laboratoire d'anthropologie sociale (Collège de France)
Razmig Keucheyan is professor of sociology at the university of Paris Cité. His work draws inspiration from classical and contemporary Marxism. He is a member of the editorial board of Actuel Marx.
Ulrik Kjær has a PhD in political science. He is a lecturer at Syddansk Universitet. His research focuses on municipal elections, local democracy, political parties and gender issues in politics, from a Danish and comparative perspective. He has coordinated several monographs on Danish municipal elections.
Charlotte Kleine graduated from Glasgow University. She is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Thibaut KLEINER is the Director for Policy, Strategy and Outreach at DG Connect. He has worked since 2001 at the European Commission. The first ten years of his career in the Commission were spent in the area of competition policy (merger, antitrust and State aid). He was notably member of the cabinet of Neelie Kroes, Commissioner for Competition, in 2007-2010 and head of unit for State aid coordination in DG Competition. In September 2011, he moved to the digital policy area, as advisor of Vice-President Neelie Kroes.
Nicole Koenig is a researcher at the Jacques Delors Institute - Berlin on political-institutional issues. Previously, she worked at TEPSA (Trans European Policy Studies Association) in Brussels, the Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome, the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam and the Department of War Studies at King's College London.
Alenka Krašovec is a professor at the University of Ljubljana, holding the chair of public policy analysis and public administration.
Hans Kribbe is a founding partner at Shearwater and author of the book “The Strongmen”. Previously, he was a political adviser at the European Commission, working with Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes and Internal Market and Taxation Commissioner Frits Bolkestein.
Sylvia Kritzinger is Professor for Methods in the Social Sciences at the University of Vienna and Deputy Director of the Vienna Centre for Electoral Research.
Michal Kubát is a professor at the Institute of International Studies of Charles University in Prague and holds the Chair of International Politics at the University of West Bohemia (Pilsen).
Rachel Kyte is the 14th dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University. Prior to joining Fletcher, she served as special representative of the UN secretary-general and chief executive officer of Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL). She previously was the World Bank Group vice president and special envoy for climate change, leading the run-up to the Paris Agreement. She was also vice president at the International Finance Corporation responsible for ESG risk and business advisory services.
Brigid Laffan is Emeritus Professor at the European University Institute. Previously, she was Director and Professor at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and Director of the Global Governance Programme at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy.
Norbert Lammert is President of the Konrad-Adenauer Foundation and a member of the CDU (EPP).
Mattéo Lanoë is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Rita Laranjinha is the Director for Africa at the European External Action Service. She was previously Ambassador of Portugal to Denmark and Lithuania.
Ms Åsa Larsson Blind is currently Vice-President of the Saami Council. She was elected President of the Saami Council in February 2017. She has been a member of the Saami Council since 2008 and elected vice president in 2011.
Bruno Lasserre was appointed Vice President of the Conseil d'État on May 16, 2018 and took office on May 29, 2018.
Tania Latici is Policy Officer, Security and Defence Policy at the European External Action Service (EEAS). Previously, she served as Policy Analyst on security and defence in the European Parliamentary Research Service – the in-house think tank of the European Parliament – where she supports MEPs with specialised input, while regularly publishing on issues ranging from the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy and defence cooperation to EU-NATO cooperation and others.
Amélie Latreille is a student civil servant in the Geography department of the École normale supérieure and is news editor for the Energy and Environment section of Le Grand Continent. She is also an ESG development intern in Amundi's commercial and institutional department.
Elena Lazarou is the Head of the External Policies Unit of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS), where her research focuses on security and defence, global governance, transatlantic relations and EU foreign policy. Prior to joining EPRS, she headed the Center for International Relations of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Brazil (2012-2014) and the Euro-Mediterranean Observatory of the Hellenic Center for European Studies (2009-2010).
Corinne Lepage is a lawyer, doctor of law, former Minister of the Environment (1995-1997) and former MEP (2009-2014).
Martin Lepič is a researcher at the department of social geography and regional development of Charles University in Prague. His research focuses on independence movements, separatism and rural development.
Enrico Letta is an Italian statesman, currently President of the Jacques Delors Institute and Secretary of the Italian Democratic Party. He became Minister for Community Policies in 1998, then Minister for Industry between 1999 and 2001. He then became a Member of Parliament and then an MEP.
David Levaï is a Fellow for International Climate Policy and Diplomacy at the UN Foundation as well as Associate Researcher at IDDRI (Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales). His work focuses on climate issues and climate negotiations under the Paris Agreement.
Yifei Li is an assistant professor of Environmental Studies at NYU Shanghai and a global network assistant professor at NYU. He previously taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a residential fellow at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Robert Liñeira is a lecturer in political science at the University of Glasgow. He received his PhD from the University of Barcelona, and held academic positions at the University of Edinburgh and the Autonomous University of Madrid. His research focuses on multi-level systems, multi-national polities and referendum with a quantitative approach.
Marco Lisi is an Associate Professor at NOVA University Lisbon, in the Political Studies department.
Nathalie Loiseau is the Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence of the European Parliament. From 2017 to 2019, she was minister in charge of European Affairs in the second Édouard Philippe government.
Marko Lovec is an Associate Professor at the Chair of International Relations of Ljubljana University, Faculty of Social Sciences.
Sam is a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform. He is also a visiting senior research fellow at The Policy Institute, Kings College London and a co-founder of the UK Trade Forum.
Milen Lyubenov is a political scientist. He is an associate professor of political science at Sofia University St. Kliment-Ohridski.
Simon Maraud is researcher at the Department of Geography of Laval University (Canada) and Limoges University (France). He does research in critical geography regarding the capitalistic exploitation of natural resources and the notion of decolonization in Indigenous territories.
Jean Paul Maréchal is a lecturer in Economics at Université Paris Sud. He is also a researcher at the College of International Studies, a member of the Asia-Imasia network at the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme and the CNRS, and an associate researcher at the ASIEs research unit at INALCO.
Jean-Paul Maréchal is a lecturer in economics at the Université Paris Sud. His research focuses on climate economics and China's strategy to combat global warming.
Sofia Marini is a researcher at the University of Vienna and a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Alessandro Marrone is Head of IAI Defence Programme. He has been working at IAI since 2007, and currently manages research projects and publications related to European and transatlantic security as well as to Italy’s defence policy. He is also professor at the Istituto Superiore di Stato Maggiore Interforze (ISSMI) of the Italian Ministry of Defence and has been teaching for four years at the University of Perugia.
Pierre Martin is a political scientist and research engineer at the Pacte social science laboratory (Grenoble), a joint CNRS-Grenoble University-IEP Grenoble research unit.
Irene Martín Cortés is a Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the Autonomous University of Madrid.
Francesco Martucci is a Doctor of Public Law and Professor of Public Law at the University of Panthéon-Assas.
Before joining Ifri's Energy & Climate Centre, where she currently works, Carole Mathieu was a project manager at the French Energy Regulatory Commission between 2010 and 2014
Edenz Maurice holds a doctorate in history. He is the scientific secretary of the Mission pour l'histoire préfectorale and a research associate at the Centre d'histoire de Sciences Po Paris. His research focuses on the history of the French colonial and post-colonial state and of French Guiana, particularly in the field of education, as well as on the sociology of colonial and post-colonial elites.
Fraser McMillan is a political science researcher at the University of Glasgow.
Michal Meidan is director of the China Energy Program at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. She has previously worked at Energy Aspects and directed China Matters, an independent research firm producing analysis on Chinese energy policy. She was also a researcher at Eurasia Group in London and New York and at the Asia Centre in Paris.
Luis Mena Martínez, PhD in Sociology, is a professor at Salamanca University’s History and Geography department.
Teva Meyer is Associate professor of geopolitics and geography at the University of Haute-Alsace and lecturer in Geopolitics and Geography at Institut Français de Géopolitique.
Marius Minas is currently doing his doctorate with Prof. Uwe Jun at the University of Trier on the subject of measuring intra-party leadership. As part of his dissertation, an index and a suitable measurement method are to be developed that allow a comparable evaluation of party leadership.
Stéphanie Monjon is a lecturer in Economics at Université Paris Dauphine and an associate researcher at CEPII. She is the Environmental Responsibility Coordinator at Université Paris Dauphine. She previously worked at the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (AEME) for five years as a senior economist. She was also an associate researcher at the Centre International de Recherche sur l'Environnement de le Développement (CIRED).
Director of studies at the EHESS and teacher at the Paris School of Economics. Ecric Monnet seeking to better understand how the evolution of finance, state intervention in credit markets, central banking and the international monetary system has shaped European economies since the 19th century.
Juan Montero is a Professor of Administrative Law and Economic Regulation in the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) in Madrid. He is a Member of the Scientific Committee of the Florence School of Regulation where has been working since 2016 and was appointed part-time professor in February 2018.
Pierre Moscovici is the First President of the French Cour des comptes since June 3rd, 2020. In this capacity, he also chairs the Budgetary and Financial Discipline Court, the High Council of Public Finance and the Council of Mandatory Contributions.
Marie Neihouser holds a doctorate in political science. She is a researcher at Université de Toulouse III - Paul-Sabatier. Her research focuses on the sociology of politics and the media, particularly on the use of the Internet and social networks in contexts of political mobilization.
Thu Nguyen is a Policy Fellow for EU Institutions and Democracy at the Jacques Delors Centre. Before joining the Centre, she was an Assistant Professor of comparative constitutional law at the Department of Public Law at Maastricht University.
Kalypso Nicolaidis is the Chair of International Relations at the School of International Governance of the European University Institute in Florence and Professor of International Relations at Oxford.
Joseph S. Nye Jr. is University Distinguished Service Professor, Emeritus and former Dean of the Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. He has served as Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, Chair of the National Intelligence Council, and Deputy Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance, Science and Technology.
Christian Odendahl is chief economist at the Centre for European Reform. He works on European monetary and fiscal policy, European integration and economic growth, financial markets and German politics. He is a regular commentator on economic issues in print and broadcast media, including the Financial Times, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Deutschlandfunk and the BBC. Prior to joining the ERC, Christian Odendahl worked as a senior economist at Roubini Global Economics in London on the eurozone, the ECB and Germany, and as a Marjorie Deane financial journalism fellow at The Economist. Christian holds a PhD in economics from Stockholm University, with chapters published in the European Economic Review and the European Journal of Political Economy.
Eva H. Önnudóttir is a professor of political science at the University of Iceland. She is a specialist in Icelandic political dynamics. She has contributed to the European Social Survey (ESS) and the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES).
Florian Opillard is a geographer, researcher at IRSEM in the "Defense and Society" team and associate researcher at the Center for Research and Documentation on the Americas (IHEAL-CREDA). He holds an Agrégation in geography and a PhD from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (2018), and was a visiting doctoral student at the University of Berkeley (USA). His doctoral research questioned the spatial dimension of urban conflicts and the political economy of contemporary urban production, as well as the processes of politicization of everyday life. As part of his doctoral research, he conducted a comparative investigation of several months in the United States (San Francisco) and Chile (Valparaiso) with organizations involved in the struggles against gentrification processes. His current research analyzes the production of discourse on the adaptation of armies to climate change, the transformation of value systems and the forms of engagement of the military. He is currently the scientific coordinator of the ANR project "ARMY" (CEVIPOF/IRSEM) which analyzes military mobilizations in the health crisis of the COVID-19 in Europe and the United States: https://anrarmy.hypotheses.org.
Maria Oskarson is a professor at the University of Gothenburg. She is a member of the steering committee of the European Social Survey for Sweden, which she has led since 2014, as well as a member of the steering committee of the MEDem (Monitoring electoral democracy) project.
Simon Otjes is an Assistant Professor of Dutch Politics at the University of Leiden. He obtained his PhD in political science in 2012 from Leiden University. His research focuses on party politics, interest groups, public opinion and electoral behavior.
Angélique Palle holds a doctorate in geography from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, where she worked over the course of her thesis on the issue of energy supply and transition in the European Union, as well as on the dynamics of regional integration. Since October 2017, she has been a researcher at the IRSEM in the domain of Weapons and Defense Economics. She is working on energy supply and transition, and on the impacts of global environmental change on armed forces. She is a civilian trainee of the 137th promotion of the French Army War College and contributes to two of IRSEM’s research axis, “Covid and Armed Forces” and “Adaptation and Climate Security”.
Jan Panek is Deputy-Director General responsible for nuclear energy, safety and ITER at the European Commission. Priori to his current position, Jan Panek was Head of Unit dealing with retail energy markets coal and oil in the Directorate-General for Energy of the European Commission. He joined the European Commission in 2005 following an earlier career in the diplomatic service of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs during which he occupied positions in the Ministry' headquarters as well as in Czech diplomatic missions in Tokyo and Brussels.
Alice Pannier is in charge of the Geopolitics of Technologies program, launched at Ifri in October 2020, after having been an associate researcher since 2019. Her research focuses on the geopolitical dimension of new technologies, European technology policies, and transatlantic relations. She has also worked for a long time on European security and foreign and defense policies of European countries, particularly France and the United Kingdom.
George Papaconstantinou is Chair at the School of Transnational Governance and Director of the School's executive education programme. He is an economist who holds a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and has served government at the highest level, as Member of Parliament, Member of European Parliament (MEP), Greece’s Finance Minister and Minister of Environment and Energy.
Florent Parmentier is a political scientist. He is Secrétaire Général of the CEVIPOF (Sciences Po, Paris). His research focuses on geopolitics, post-Soviet Eastern Europe and its relations with the European Union.
Hugo Pascal is a legal researcher and lecturer in law. Research assistant to Mireille Delmas-Marty (Professor emeritus at the Collège de France, Member of the French Institute), he is interested in the way globalisation invites to rethink normativity and the role of private actors in the regulation phenomenon. Author of several articles in leading legal journals, he directed the Sciences Po Law Review (2018-2019) before joining its scientific board (2019-2020).
Professor of European and Global History at the University of Leuven and author.
Étienne Pataut is Professor of Private Law at the Sorbonne Law School (University of Paris 1), co-director of the Revue Trimestrielle de droit européen and French member of the European Group of Private International Law.
Eduardo Paz Ferreira is a Professor of Law at the University of Lisbon, the President of the European Institute and of the Institute for Economic, Financial and Fiscal Law. He obtained his PhD from the University of Lisbon in 1994. His research focuses on economic, competition, fiscal and and European Law.
Laurent Pech is Professor of European Law, Jean Monnet Chair of European Public Law (2014-17) and Head of the Law and Politics Department at Middlesex University London. He is also a Visiting Professor of Law at Bordeaux University, an expert for eLabEurope, and a member of the editorial board of the Hague Journal on the Rule of Law as well as a member of the scientific board of the Montesquieu Law Review. He has been a visiting professor at many institutions, including his alma mater: Aix-Marseille University. In 2018, Professor Pech was appointed Fernand Braudel Fellow at the European University Institute. He is currently a member of a H2020 funded four-year multidisciplinary research project on "Reconciling Europe with its Citizens through Democracy and the Rule of Law" (RECONNECT).
Clémence Pelegrin is project manager at the Commission de régulation de l'énergie and director of the Energy and Environment program at the Groupe d'études géopolitiques. She was previously an investment analyst at Amundi Transition Energétique, a strategic analyst at ENGIE, in the strategy department of the BU France BtoC, and a research assistant at IRIS in energy security, energy geopolitics and energy policy.
Thomas Pellerin-Carlin is currently Director of the Energy Centre of the Jacques Delors Institute and a researcher at the Jacques Delors Institute. He works on European energy policy, particularly in its dimensions related to innovation and climate change.
Pierre-Louis Périn is an attorney at law specialising in corporate law. After ten years in the legal departments of financial and industrial groups (Peugeot Citroen, Thomson, Axa), Pierre-Louis became an avocat and is a member of the Paris bar. He has been a partner at the firms Deloitte (2000-2001), SJBerwin – KWM (20001-2017) and Reed Smith (2017-2019).
Mr Mario Pezzini is Director of the OECD Development Centre. Moreover, after having served for a year as Acting Director of the OECD Development Co-operation Directorate, he has been nominated Special Advisor to the OECD Secretary General on Development. The OECD Development Centre is an institution where governments, enterprises and civil society organisations informally discuss questions of common interest. Its Governing Board includes most of the OECD countries but also developing and emerging economies as full members. The Centre helps policy makers in OECD and partner countries find innovative solutions to the global challenges of development. (www.oecd.org/dev) Before joining the Development Centre in 2010, Mario Pezzini held several senior management positions in the OECD, where he has been working since 1995. Prior to joining the OECD, Mr. Pezzini was Professor in Industrial Economics at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris as well as in US and Italian Universities. Also, Mr. Pezzini served as an Advisor in the field of economic development, industrial organisation and regional economics in international organisations and think tanks (e.g. ILO, UNIDO, European Commission and Nomisma in Italy). Mr. Pezzini started his career in the Government office of the Emilia-Romagna Region.
Christine Pina is a professor of political science at Université de Nice within the ERMES team (Research Team on the Mutations of Europe and its Societies). Her research interests include political parties and electoral sociology and the relationship between religion and politics.
Founder at PIT Policy Lab and Senior Research Scientist at the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at West Virginia University
Ana Isabel dos Santos Figueiredo Pinto is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Nova University of Lisbon (Nova FCSH), Researcher and Member of the Executive Board of the Portuguese Institute of International Relations (IPRI-Nova) and Associate Researcher at the National Defense Institute (IDN).
Sébastien Platon is a professor of public law at the University of Bordeaux where he is responsible for the Master of European Law.
Philippe Poirier is a professor at the University of Luxembourg, holding the research chair in Legislative Studies of the Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies. He also leads the program of the same university dedicated to European governance.
Adam S. Posen has been president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics since January 2013. Over his career, he has contributed to research and public policy regarding monetary and fiscal policies in the G-20, the challenges of European integration since the adoption of the euro, China-US economic relations, and developing new approaches to financial recovery and stability. He was one of the first economists to seriously address the political foundations of central bank independence and to analyze Japan's Great Recession as a failure of macroeconomic policy. While at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York during 1994–97, he coauthored Inflation Targeting: Lessons from the International Experience with Ben Bernanke, Thomas Laubach, and Frederic Mishkin.
Victor Queudet is a graduate of the University of Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and of the Università Sapienza (Rome) in Modern History. He is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Christiane Rafidinarivo is a visiting researcher in political science at CEVIPOF (Sciences Po Paris), an associate professor at the Institute of Political Studies in Madagascar. She teaches and researches at Université de La Réunion. She is president of the Indian Ocean Association of Political Science. Her research focuses on conflicts and cooperation on the one hand, and on political life on the other, in a comparative perspective.
Mujtaba (Mij) Rahman leads and oversees Eurasia Group's analysis and advisory work on Europe. This activity includes the EU's management of the coronavirus pandemic and its economic fallout, UK-EU relations, EU climate politics, Eurozone fiscal policy and politics, Franco-German relations and policy, as well as institutional politics in Brussels.
Dr Kristi Raik is the Director of the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute at ICDS since February 2018. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Turku.
Ainė Ramonaitė is a Professor at the Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University. She is the head of the Department of Political Behaviour and Institutions and the leader of the (Post)Soviet Memory Studies Center.
Andreas Raspotnik is a Senior Research Fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Oslo, Norway and an Austrian Marshall Plan Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC. His research predominantly focuses on the European Union's Arctic policy, the region's blue economy, in particular fisheries and aquaculture, as well as EU foreign and security policy at large.
Denis Redonnet Deputy Director General and Chief Trade Enforcement Officer in the Directorate General for Trade in the European Commission. Between 2015 and 2020 he acted as Director for "WTO, Legal Affairs and Trade in Goods" in the Directorate General for Trade in the European Commission.
Magali Reghezza is a geographer, lecturer at the École normale supérieure (PSL), and member of the High Council for the Climate. Her research focuses on natural hazards and issues of urban vulnerability and resilience. More broadly, she studies environmental issues (nature/society relationship, sustainable development and planning) in the city. She also works on the process of metropolisation and its social, spatial and environmental consequences in a context of globalisation.
Dr Signe Rehling Larsen joined Magdalen College as a Fellow by Examination in Law in 2020. Before that she was a Max Weber Fellow in Law at the European University Institute. She was educated in law, politics and philosophy at the LSE, the New School for Social Research, Bard College Berlin and the University of Copenhagen.
Lucrezia Reichlin is Professor of Economics at the London Business School, non-executive director of AGEAS Insurance Group as well as Chairman & co-founder of Now-Casting Economics Ltd and a Trustee of IFRS. She is a columnist for the Italian national daily Il Corriere della Sera and a regular contributor of Project Syndicate.
Andrea Renda is a Senior Research Fellow and Head of Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation and the Digital Economy (GRID) at CEPS. He is currently a non-resident Senior Fellow at Duke University’s Kenan Institute for Ethics, and was Adjunct Professor of Law and Economics at Duke Law School (United States) for Academic Year 2016/2017. Over the past two decades, Andrea Renda has provided academic advice to several institutions, including the European Commission, the European Parliament, the OECD, the World Bank and several national governments around the world.
Elodie René is a PhD student at the University of Northampton in the UK.
Fred Reno is Professor of Political Science at the University of the West Indies. He directs the Center for Geopolitical and International Analysis (CAGI). His research focuses on Caribbean and West Indian politics, creolization, the status of French overseas territories and social mobilizations.
Hélène Rey is the Lord Bagri Professor of Economics at London Business School. Her research focuses on the determinants and consequences of external trade and financial imbalances, the theory and empirics of financial crises and the organization of the international monetary system. She was awarded an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, the 2006 Bernácer Prize and the 2012 inaugural Birgit Grodal Award of the European Economic Association. In 2013 she received the Yrjö Jahnsson Award shared with Thomas Piketty, in 2014, the Inaugural Carl Menger Preis, the 2015 Prix Edouard Bonnefous, the 2017 Maurice Allais Prize and the 2020 Prix Turgot.
Didier Reynders is the former Minister of Finance of Belgium and is European Commissioner for Justice since Dec.
Clare Rice is a Research Associate at the University of Liverpool.
Professor of Law and Finance and Director of the Institute of Law & Economics, University of Hamburg; Visiting Professor, University of Oxford, Faculty of Law.
Henry Rome is the deputy head of research and a director covering global macro politics and the Middle East for Eurasia Group. He develops and directs Eurasia Group's global research agenda and leads platform-wide research initiatives. He has expertise in Middle East geopolitics, international security, and economic sanctions, with a focus on Iran and Israel.
Andrea Römmele is Professor of Communication in Politics and Civil Society at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. Her research focuses on political communication, parties and public affairs from a comparative perspective. She is the founder and editor of the Journal for Political Consulting and Policy Advice, and is also active in the field of political and business consulting.
Domenico is Head of Unit INTPA/A/1 on Strategic Partnerships with Africa and OACPS in the European Commission's Directorate General for International Partnerships (INTPA).
Théophile Rospars, LL.M., is a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Nicolò is research fellow at the School of Regulation of EUI. He has extensive work experience on electricity-related topics like the development of a seamless market for power in Europe and the emergence of new business models in a digitalised and decarbonised electricity system.
Vasile has been the editor-in-chief of the Revue Européenne du Droit since its inception in June 2020
Samuel Roturier is a lecturer in the Ecological Trajectories and Society team at AgroParisTech.
Eulalia Rubio is senior Research Fellow on European economic affairs. Her main fields of expertise are the EU budget, EU´s budgetary policy-making and European public investment policies and strategies
Tim Sahay is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center and the senior policy manager at the Green New Deal Network, a coalition of labor, climate, and environmental justice organizations growing a movement to pass national and international green policies. He has worked over the past decade across physics, cleantech, climate adaptation, and consulting. While doing a PhD in physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he organized the campus fossil divestment movement. As the Blue-Green Cities fellow at the Charles River Watershed Association, he organized housing advocates to lobby for climate resiliency in Boston. He has also worked as a consultant on projects ranging from pollution in India to energy transition in China. He has likewise advised congressional offices designing investment, trade, procurement, and industrial policies that simultaneously create good jobs, cut climate pollution, and curb racial and economic inequality. His research interests are industrial policy and energy politics. Originally from Mumbai, he is based in New York City.
André Sapir is Senior Fellow at Bruegel, University Professor at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research. Between 1990 and 2004, he worked for the European Commission, first as Economic Advisor to the Director-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, and then as Principal Economic Advisor to President Prodi, also heading his Economic Advisory Group. After the Commission, he served as External Member of President Barroso’s Economic Advisory Group and then as Member of the General Board of the European Systemic Risk Board based at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
Patrycja Sasnal is Head of Middle East and North Africa Project at PISM – The Polish Institute of International Affairs.
Director Northeastern Civic A.I. Lab and Assistant Professor at Northeastern University
Arjan Schakel is a Senior Researcher at the Department of Comparative Political Science at the University of Bergen.
Kim Lane Scheppele is the Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. She is also a faculty fellow at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Her primary field is the sociology of law and she specializes in ethnographic and archival research on courts and public institutions. She also works in sociological theory, comparative/historical sociology, political sociology, sociology of knowledge and human rights.
Moritz Schularick is Professor of Economics at Sciences Po Paris and the University of Bonn, Director of the MacroFinance Lab, and a Principal Investigator in the DFG-Excellence Cluster ECONtribute.
Martin Schulz is President of the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation and a member of the SPD (S&D).
Jiří Šedivý has been the director general of the European Defense Agency (EDA) since May 2020. Mr. Šedivý served as Minister of Defense of the Czech Republic (2006-2007), Deputy Minister of Defense (2010-2012), NATO Assistant Secretary General for Defense Policy and Planning (2007-2010), and Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to NATO (2012-2019). He also served as Deputy Minister for European Affairs of the Czech Republic (2007) and Special Representative for Resilience and New Threats at the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2019-2020).
Anupama Sen joined the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies in November 2009. She is Executive Director of the Electricity Programme and Senior Research Fellow. Her research interests lie in the applied economics of energy in developing countries and her research has spanned the oil, gas and electricity sectors.
Pierre Servan-Schreiber, born May 14, 1955 in Paris, is a French lawyer, member of the Paris and New York Bars and former member of the Paris Bar Council (2010-2013). He is also a mediator and arbitrator. After co-founding the law firm Gaston-Dreyfus, Lévêque, Le Douarin, Servan-Schreiber and Veil in 1984, he became in 1992 European Counsel of the prestigious American law firm Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, of which he became the first European partner in the history of this firm in 1998. In 2000, Pierre Servan-Schreiber joined another equally prestigious American law firm, Skadden Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP, of which he became the Managing Partner of the Paris office He has long been one of Europe's leading specialists in M&A, public offerings and capital markets transactions in an international context and has advised on major cross-border strategic transactions for some of the largest French and foreign groups in France and around the world as well as on significant international litigation matters. He left Skadden Arps on January 31, 2015 to focus on mediation, primarily with families owning industrial assets or corporate groups, and arbitration. He is an accredited mediator with CMAP (Paris Mediation and Arbitration Center), CPR/CEDR (New York) and CiArb (London).He heads the Mediation Commission of the Club des Juristes and is a lecturer at SciencesPo on Mediation. He holds an LL.M. from Columbia Law School in New York and a Master's degree from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He has also completed training in systemic family therapy (APRTF, Paris) and in the theory and practice of mediation with Ken Cloke (Santa Monica, California).
Assoc. prof. Dr Margarita Šešelgytė is the Director of the Institute of International Relations and Political Science at Vilnius University. Before that, Dr Margarita Šešelgytė worked as Deputy Director of Studies at Vilnius University IIRPS, Baltic Defense College (Tartu, Estonia), Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania and European Committee under the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.
Judith Shapiro is the director of the Natural Resources and Sustainable Development dual degree at the School of International Service at American University in Washington, DC. She is also a researcher and teacher. Her work focuses on global, Asian, and Chinese environmental politics, particularly under Mao.
Fellow at the Federation of American Scientists and Policy Analyst at the Day One Project
Luis Simón is research professor at the Institute for European Studies and director of the Brussels office of the Elcano Royal Institute. His current research interests include the evolution of U.S. geostrategy and its impact upon the transatlantic relationship; European geopolitics and security; the future of NATO; and changing geostrategic dynamics in Asia and their implications for Europe.
Josefina Sipinen is a PhD candidate at University of Tampere, Finland.
Malgorzata (Gosia) Smieszek, PhD, is a political scientist and a Researcher and Project coordinator at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway. She is an Adjunct Fellow at the East-West Center and a Co-Founder of a non-profit “Women of the Arctic.
Brad Smith is president of Microsoft since 2015.
Sorina Cristina Soare is a research fellow at Università degli Studi di Firenze.
Cecilia Springer is a Senior Research Fellow with the Global China Initiative at the Global Development Policy Center at Boston University.
John Springford is deputy director of the Centre for European Reform in London. He acted as secretary to the CER’s commission on the economic consequences of leaving the EU, which published its final report in June 2014.
Christian Stecker holds the chair of "Comparative Politics and German Government" at the Technische Universität Darmstadt. His research focuses on federalism, coalition dynamics, the German party system and populism.
Constanze Stelzenmüller is an expert on German, European, and trans-Atlantic foreign and security policy and strategy. She is the holder of the Fritz Stern Chair on Germany and trans-Atlantic Relations in the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings
Harald Stöger is a lecturer and senior lecturer in political science at the Johannes-Kepler-Universität Linz. His research focuses on the issue of housing in Austria and from a comparative perspective.
Dragomir Stoyanov is a researcher in Political Science at the University of Sussex. His research focuses on electoral dynamics, Europeanization and democratization in Eastern Europe, with a particular interest in Bulgarian politics.
Andris Strazds is Visiting Faculty at Stockholm School of Economics. Since February 2014 Andris has been Adviser to the International Relations and Communication Department of the Bank of Latvia. In April 2016 H.E. Raimonds Vejonis appointed him a member of the Energy Security Commission of the President of Latvia. Andris is also a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
Rune Stubager is Professor of Political Science at the University of Aarhus.
Sophie Suda is a researcher at the University of Greifswald.
Political sociologist and professor of social science methodology at the University of Leuven, director of the Institute for Social and Political Opinion Research (ISPO).
Anne-France Taiclet is an associate professor in Political Science at Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University, in the European Sociology and Political Science Center
Paola Tamma is a reporter covering the EU economy at POLITICO where she joined in 2018, writing on climate and energy.
Mathilde Teissonnière currently serves as assistant to the Nuclear Counselor at the French Embassy in China. She was previously in charge of the Asia-Pacific mission with the French Army in 2019.
Lecturer at the Institute for Law and Finance of the Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main; and Director-General, Governance and Operations of the Single Supervisory Mechanism, European Central Bank (ECB).
Anne-Marie Thiesse is a senior researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (Paris) and teaches at the Natolin campus of the College of Europe. A former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, she obtained her PhD in 1981 at the University of Paris 3 Sorbonne and her PhD (Habilitation) at the University of Lyon-II in 1990. She was awarded the silver medal of the CNRS in 2020.
Professor of Political Economy in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Cambridge. Her current research concentrates on the political economy of energy and the long history of the democratic, economic, and geopolitical disruptions of the twenty-first century. She is a regular panellist on Talking Politics and a columnist for the New Statesman.
Gábor Tóka is a senior research fellow at the Central European University with a Ph.D. in Sociology of the ELTE University of Budapest. His research interest is primarily in election studies, and above all the interaction between voting behavior and the performance of democratic institutions.
Joëlle Toledano is Professor Emeritus in Economics, member of the National Digital Council and author of GAFA : reprenons le pouvoir
Joëlle Toledano is a professor emeritus, formerly a university professor in Economics; she is associated with the Chair "Governance and Regulation" at the University of Paris Dauphine-PSL, a member of the Board of Directors of the Agence Nationale des Fréquences and of two digital startups, and a member of the Conseil National du Numérique (CNNUM) and of the Académie des Technologies.
Jacques Toubon was Minister of Culture and Minister of Justice between 1993 and 1997. He was also the Defender of Rights between 2014 and 2020.
Simon Touboul is a PhD student in Economics at CERNA, the Industrial Economics Center of MINES ParisTech, Université PSL. His doctoral thesis focuses on innovation and adaptation to climate change. He is also the founder of the organization SEA Plastics, which studies microplastic pollution in the Mediterranean and tries to raise public awareness of this issue.
Vasiliki Triga is an Associate Professor at the department of Communication and Internet Studies of the Cyprus University of Technology. She holds a PhD from the European University Institute (Florence). Her research focuses on the role of the internet in political processes, the politics of Southern Europe and social movements.
Francesco Truglia is an ISTAT researcher and lecturer at the Università degli Studi della Tuscia and at the Sapienza Università di Roma. He is a specialist in the socio-spatial analysis of the Italian vote, with a particular focus on Rome and Calabria.
Lilian Tsourdi is a tenured Assistant Professor and Dutch Research Council grantee (NWO VENI and NWO Hestia) at the Law Faculty of Maastricht University, as well as a visiting professor at Sciences Po Paris.
Françoise Tulkens holds a doctorate in law, a degree in criminology and a higher education diploma. She was a professor at the University of Louvain and taught, both in Belgium and abroad, general and special criminal law, comparative and European criminal law, youth protection law and human rights protection systems.
Ellen Ueberschär is co-president of the Heinrich-Böll Foundation, the party foundation of the German Greens.
Ali Vaez is Crisis Group’s Iran Project Director and Senior Adviser to the President. He led Crisis Group’s efforts in helping to bridge the gaps between Iran and the P5+1 that led to the landmark 2015 nuclear deal.
Essayist and philosopher
Alexander Verdoes is a PhD candidate at University of Bergen’s department of Comparative Politics.
Thibaud Voïta is a Research Associate at the IFRI Energy and Climate Centre and Head of Knowledge Products at the NDC Partnership. He has worked as an expert with the United Nations to prepare and ensure the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 7 and the implementation of the Paris Agreement. He also conducted several projects in China, where he worked for a research centre and a consulting firm.
Charlotte von Born-Fallois is a Bucerius Law School graduate and a member of BLUE's editorial team.
Anaïs Voy-Gillis is an associate researcher at CRESAT and director of operational excellence at June Partners. Her research interests include industrial policies and relocations, issues and determinants of reindustrialisation, and the rise of nationalist parties in France and Europe.
Hanna Wass is a researcher and lecturer in political science at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki. She is a member of the steering committee of the Finnish Election Study, as well as of the ECPR standing group on public opinion and voting behavior.
Tomáš Weiss is the deputy director of the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University, in charge of research. He holds a PhD in Area Studies from Charles University. His research focuses on the foreign and security policy of the European Union and on transatlantic relations.
Dr. Yann Wernert is a Policy Fellow at the Jacques Delors Centre, where he is part of the team organizing the Franco-German Dialogue, a series of high-level events bringing together French and German decision makers.
Sabine Weyand is Director General for Trade at the European Commission. Prior to this position, she was Deputy Chief Negotiator of the Commission's Task Force for the preparation and conduct of negotiations with the United Kingdom, reporting to Michel Barnier.
Thomas Wieder is an alumnus of the École normale supérieure, a graduate of the Institut d'études politiques de Paris in 2001 and a history professor in 2002. He is currently an editor at the France department of the newspaper Le Monde and a teacher at ENS Cachan in the social sciences department.
After graduating from the Institut d'études politiques de Paris in 1993, Michaela Wiegel moved to the United States to attend Harvard University. As a McCloy Fellow of the German National Academic Foundation, she earned a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from the Kennedy School of Government in 1995. In October 1995, she joined the F.A.Z.'s political information office as an editor.
Professor of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, where she was Director of the European Policy Centre. She specializes in European Union law and politics.
Ben Wizner is the director of the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project. For nearly 15 years, he has worked at the intersection of civil liberties and national security, litigating numerous cases involving airport security policies, government watch lists, surveillance practices, targeted killing, and torture. Since July of 2013, he has been the principal legal advisor to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Jacek Wojnicki is Professor of Political Science at the University of Warsaw, where he chairs the Department of Political Systems.
Cornelia Woll is professor of political science, co-director of the Max Planck Sciences Po Center (MaxPo) and a researcher at the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics (CEE) at Sciences Po. She is chair of Sciences Po's Academic Board and Designated President of the Hertie School in Berlin, where she will take office in mid-March 2022. Previously, she has served as Vice President for Studies and Academic Affairs (2015-18), founding co-director of the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policy (2011-14) and as Associate Dean for Research (2008-12) of Sciences Po.
Georgina Wright is a senior fellow and director of the Europe Program at the Institut Montaigne. She is also a visiting fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, an associate at the Institute for Government in London and a senior fellow at the Centre for Britain and Europe at the University of Surrey.
Constantin Wurthmann is a postdoctoral researcher at GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Science.
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