Associate Researchers for 'The 2019 European election'

 

Adam Balcer, University of Warsaw

Vladimir Bartovic, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

Karlis Bukovskis, Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA)

Robin-Ivan Capar, researcher and adviser

Simon Desplanque, Louvain University

Bjorn Fägersten, Swedish Institute for International Affairs

Lívia Franco, Catholic University of Portugal

Andrew Gilmore, Institute of International and European Affairs

Teodor Gyelnik, European Institute of Cross-border Studies

Tuomas Iso-Markku, Finnish Institute for International Affairs

Nadia Issolah, German Marshall Fund of the United States in Paris

Laurynas Jonavicius, Vilnius University

Lukas Lausen, Chairman of the Danish Foreign Policy Society Under 35

Marin Lessenski, Open Society Institute

Marko Lovec, University of Ljubljana

Daniel Mainwaring, Global Policy Researcher

Christine Nissen, Danish Institute for International Studies

Luka Orešković, freelance researcher and adviser

Ylva Petterson, Swedish Institute of International Affairs

Jonathan Ponchon, University of Luxembourg

Astrid Portero, independent researcher

Martin Quencez, Fellow and Senior Program Officer at the German Marshall Fund of the United States in Paris

Sofia Maria Satanakis, Research Fellow at Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy

Hüseyin Silman, independent researcher

Federico Solfrini, PhD candidate at Saint Andrews University in Scotland

George Tzogopoulos, Democritus University of Thrace

Niels van Willigen, Leiden University

Viljar Veebel, Estonian National Defence College

Zsuzsanna Végh, European University Viadrina