Languages: English, Spanish
Carla Hobbs is the programme coordinator of the Madrid office of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
Prior to joining ECFR in 2018, Hobbs worked at the European External Action Service as a Political Officer in the Delegation of the European Union to Chile and previously as a Junior Professional in the EU Delegation to Trinidad and Tobago. Between 2014 and 2016, she was a research assistant in the ECFR Madrid Office, directly supporting the head of the office José Ignacio Torreblanca.
Hobbs holds a Master’s degree in History from the University of Edinburgh and a Master’s degree in International Journalism from City University London.
Carla Hobbs - 8 April, 2020
The US and the EU could move beyond their persistent regulatory and technological disputes to establish a common position on the digital space.
Carla Hobbs - 26 March, 2020
The internet fundamentally tests the ways in which governments approach regulation.
Carla Hobbs - 14 November, 2019
Figures from across government, the private sector, and wider society argue in favour of adequate regulation to mitigate the harmful effects of the internet. But what should this regulation look like?
Carla Hobbs - 15 July, 2015
ECFR's Carla Hobbs interviews the new council member and former European Commissioner, Joaquín Almunia, on the new Greek bailout agreement. Almunia explains possible consequences this could have on the political situation in Spain.
The “third Industrial Revolution” – the digital revolution – is well underway and Europe cannot afford to miss it.
Carla Hobbs - 25 March, 2015
Las democracias europeas están demasiado satisfechas desde la caída del muro de Berlín, argumenta José Ignacio Torreblanca en su artículo "Homework time for European democracies".
Carla Hobbs - 6 March, 2015
Europa necesita una política exterior más dinámica, y nuevas dinámicas para su política exterior, además de un proyecto de integración europea mejorado.