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Katharine is a Research Fellow at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. She holds an MSc degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from Leiden University in The Hague, The Netherlands taught jointly by the Clingendael Institute, and the Institute for Security and Global Affairs. She completed her BA in Political Science from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. In EUROPEUM, she specialises in climate change, economic sustainability, environmental security. During her studies, Katharine worked as an assistant analyst at the Hague Center for Strategic Studies in The Netherlands where she focused primarily on cybersecurity, disinformation, European security, and NATO StratCom initiatives, all leading to several publications.
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EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy
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D.N. (2021, May 10). Díky Bidenovi nebude klima v geopolitice ignorováno, zaznělo na Prague Climate Talks [Press release]. https://denikn.cz/622899/diky-bidenovu-summitu-nebude-klima-v-geopolitice-ignorovano-shoduji-se-ucastnici-debaty-prague-climate-talks/
Klacansky, K., de Jong, S., Kertysova, K. and Sweijs, T., (2017). Inside the Kremlin House of Mirrors: how liberal democracies can counter Russian disinformation and societal interference. [online] JSTOR. Available at: https://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep12585.1?seq=1#metadata_info_tab_contents.
Klacansky, K., de Jong, S., & Oosterveld, M. (2017).
Klacansky, K. & Gojdycz, M. (2016) “Combatting Home-Grown Terrorism in Europe: A Case for Improved Police Integration.” Available at: https://thinkinitiative.eu/
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