Mark Rhinard












Mark Rhinard is Professor of International Relations in the Department of Economic History at Stockholm University, where he specializes in international cooperation on complex threats. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and Senior Advisor at the European Policy Centre, Brussels. After earning his Masters and PhD degrees from Cambridge University, he held teaching and postdoc positions at the University of Oxford and the University of Leiden. His research interests include the institutional contexts of international cooperation, particularly as they apply to ‘new’ security threats including pandemics, terrorism and natural disasters. He focuses on European Union security questions and publishes regularly in international peer-reviewed journals. His latest books include The European Commission (2015, Palgrave), The European Union as Crisis Manager (2013, Cambridge), and Framing Europe: the Policy Shaping Strategies of European Commission (2010, Nijhoff).