Yesterday the Dutch voted against a treaty between the European Union and Ukraine. The referendum is technically non-binding, but marks a rising EU sentiment, Professor Rebecca Adler-Nielsen tells Bloomberg.
Associate Professor Rebecca Adler-Nissen, Department of Political Science, has been appointed a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR). The internationally respected think tank gathers Europe’s leading capacities in foreign policy, including former and current ministers, activists, intellectuals and scholars such as Carl Bildt, Javier Solana, Timothy Garton Ash and Lykke Friis, prorector at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH).
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