Trine Flockhart

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Trine Flockhart is Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). Before joining DIIS she held positions as associate professor at universities in Australia, Denmark and Britain. Her research interests are focused on European Security, especially the EU and NATO, norms transfer and processes of change through intentional agent-led action. Her academic articles have appeared in journals such as International Relations, Journal of Common Market Studies and European Journal of International Relations. Her policy relevant work includes a number of DIIS Reports such as ‘After the Strategic Concept: Towards a NATO Version 3.0’ (2011), and a forthcoming report on Cooperative Security and NATO’s New Partnership Policy. Her most recent (2013) articles can be found in European Security, ‘NATO's nuclear addiction – 12 steps to ‘kick the habit’’ and in Contemporary Security Policy: ‘Why Europe Confounds IR Theory’. She is the editor of Socializing Democratic Norms: The Role of International Organizations for the Construction of Europe (Palgrave, 2005) and (with Norrie MacQueen) European Security after Iraq (Brill, 2006). Her latest publication is an edited volume (with Tim Dunne) Liberal World Orders, 2013 published through the British Academy and Oxford University Press.

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