Lecturer & Researcher in Political Sciences & International Relations / International Negotiation & Diplomacy Analyst & Trainer / Regional Coordinator and Liaison Officer for the Low Countries•Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Young Diplomat / The Good Country•151 points
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I'm a former elite rower, dedicating much of my time to training, racing and studying. I graduated at Leiden University with a Masters in International and European Governance and wrote about the Operational Code of Russia and Turkey in Bosnia Herzegovina. I then further specialised in International Relations, Negotiation and Diplomacy. Currently I work as a lecturer and researcher in Public Administration and Management of International Social Challenges at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. Besides that I do research, analysis and provide trainings with Paul Meerts on international negotiation and diplomacy.
But I also still love to row, make a good meal, drink a good wine, watch a good show, and travel more of this beautiful world. I'm an optimist, energetic and love a good laugh!
German, English, French, Dutch, Russian
Lecturer & Researcher in Political Sciences & International Relations / International Negotiation & Diplomacy Analyst & Trainer / Regional Coordinator and Liaison Officer for the Low Countries
Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Young Diplomat / The Good Country
Academia, Common Foreign and Security Policy, Common Security and Defence Policy, Conflict Prevention, Conflict Resolution, Democracy, Authoritarianism, Diplomacy, European Studies, EU Enlargement, EU Governance, EU-NATO Cooperation, European Neighbourhood Policy, European Union, Foreign Policy, Globalisation, Governance, Institution, International Affairs, International Relations, International Security, National Government, National Security, Nuclear, OSCE, Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding, Philosophy, Political Science, Politics, Public Administration, Public Policy, Security, Defense, United Nations
By engaging we can broaden our understanding of the world but also of our own world. By talking to each other we can share new insights and gain new thoughts, we may even change our options or outlook on the world. It is through this exchange of ideas, thoughts, opinions, and knowledge that we grow personally and as a world community.
Do you wish to collaborate on a research project concerning Russia, Russian - EU relations, Eastern Europe, EU-NATO relations, or international negotiation and diplomacy? Or do you want to become a better negotiator or diplomat? Or just a chat and a beer? Get in touch!
The Young Diplomat, PIN & Confucius Global (2019); Research on the Operational Code of Russia in Georgia. Aim of the research is to establish the operational code of Russia more in general in order to build on theory about operational codes and international relations strategy. Confucius Global aims to use this operational code to further explain the difference between humanitarian and military oriented leaders.
Youth Peace Initiative, The Hague (2019); Training on Dialogue, Negotiation and Diplomacy. The Youth Peace Initiative brings young people from Palestine and Israel together to find common ground and initiate dialogue between new generations.
UNPO (Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation), The Hague (2019); Training on International Negotiation and Diplomacy. The UNPO provides unrecognised states and unrepresented peoples with experience, insights, support and training.
Durham University, Durham (2018); Training on International Negotiation and Diplomacy. Durham University provides master students in de field of security studies, diplomacy, and international relations with a three day course on International Negotiation and Diplomacy.
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