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Mark Rhinard is Professor of International Relations in the Department of Economic History and International Relations at Stockholm University, where he studies and teaches international cooperation on complex security threats. He is also Acting Director of the Stockholm University Graduate School of International Studies, a Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (Utrikespolitiska institutet) and Senior Advisor at the European Policy Centre, Brussels. He earned his Masters and PhD degrees from Cambridge University and he has held teaching and postdoc positions at Oxford and Leiden universities. His research interests include the institutional contexts of international cooperation, particularly as they apply to cross-border challenges such terrorism, natural disasters, and pandemics.

Mark is the author, co-author, or co-editor of Theorising Internal Security in the European Union (2016, Oxford), The European Commission (2015, Palgrave), The European Union as Crisis Manager (2013, Cambridge) and Framing Europe: The Policy Shaping Strategies of the European Commission (2010, Nijhoff). His work appears in international journals such as Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Public Policy, European Security, International Studies Review and European Political Science Review. He participates in a number of multinational research projects, including EU-Transcrisis, EU-Reaching Out, and NordSTEVA, funded by the Nordic Council. Mark’s publications in full can be found the attached CV below.

Mark Rhinard - CV