Catharina Sørensen is Deputy Director at Think Tank EUROPA. She is in charge of directing and developing the think tank’s research-based activities, and overseeing its cooperation with other research environments in Denmark and abroad. Together with Think Tank EUROPA’s director, Catharina contributes to the strategic development of the think tank and to servicing its Advisory Board.
Catharina holds a PhD in political science from the University of Copenhagen (2007) and specialises in euroscepticism studies. Prior to joining the think tank, Catharina worked for the EU’s European External Action Service (EEAS), where she was in charge of economic and trade relations with Ukraine and where she led a team tasked with improving communication on the EU’s Eastern Partnership. Catharina has also worked for the European Commission, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Danish Institute for International Studies.
Articles and publications by this employee
Donald Trump may have done lasting damage to the United States’ reputation even in pro-American Denmark.
Brexit has denied Denmark a regular ally in EU negotiations. Copenhagen can find new friends – but it should start the hard yards now.
This article was first published in Danish in...
This text was written as a country report on Denmark for the EFCR Policy Brief,...
How come some small member states in the EU have more influence over policy-making than their size suggests they should have? This informal fact of EU-cooperation is repeatedly insinuated by...
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