Experts & Staff: Alumni



Dominique Turner joined in June 2020 as HR Manager at the European Council on Foreign Relations, based in Berlin.

She has over 10 years of international HR experience and studied hotel management. 

 


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  • Georgieva's difficult tasks

    Vessela Tcherneva - 8 February, 2010

    The European Parliament votes on the new EU Commission on Tuesday. But for the replacement for the original Bulgarian Commissioner the vote is a minor hurdle compared to the tasks of the next five years

    Tough snub

    Nick Witney - 8 February, 2010

    Obama's snub of the May EU-US summit is tough, but fair. If it wants to be taken seriously on the world stage, the EU must stop complaining and learn from this and other recent disappointments

    Ukraine decides: What can Tymoshenko do now?

    Andrew Wilson - 8 February, 2010

    With most of the votes counted, Viktor Yanukovych has a narrow but solid lead. Can Yuliya Tymoshenko find grounds to challenge the results?

    Ukraine decides: the first exit polls come out

    Andrew Wilson - 7 February, 2010

    Viktor Yanukovych is ahead in exit polls after the first Ukrainian presidential election since the Orange Revolution. In his election blog, Andrew Wilson casts his eyes over the first figures

    Europe needs to show it has a crisis endgame

    Wolfgang M?nchau - 7 February, 2010

    The eurozone must end its fiscal ambiguity.

    Ukraine decides, second round: Part Three

    Andrew Wilson - 5 February, 2010

    On Sunday 7 February Yuliya Tymoshenko and Viktor Yanukovych go head to head in the second round of Ukraine’s presidential elections, the first since 2004’s Orange Revolution. Andrew Wilson looks at how the temperature is being turned up

    The 20 year crisis

    Mark Leonard - 5 February, 2010

    Response to the Haiti tragedy; the struggling mission in Afghanistan; the economic crisis. The west is in a '20 year crisis'.

    Obama kicks the European ant nest

    Lluís Bassets - 5 February, 2010

    Obama’s decision to cancel his attendance to the EU summit in Madrid forces Europe to do some heavy thinking.

    Ukraine decides, second round: part two

    Andrew Wilson - 4 February, 2010

    On Sunday 7 February Yuliya Tymoshenko and Viktor Yanukovych go head to head in the second round of Ukraine's presidential elections, the first since 2004's Orange Revolution. In the second installment of his election blog, Andrew Wilson looks at the front-runner, Yanukovych

    How to deal with a more assertive China?

    Mark Leonard - 4 February, 2010

    Western governments need to show they are getting serious. Otherwise we will end up with another Copenhagen.

    Ukraine Decides, second round: Part One

    Andrew Wilson - 4 February, 2010

    On Sunday 7 February Yuliya Tymoshenko and Viktor Yanukovych go head to head in the second round of Ukraine's presidential elections, the first since 2004's Orange Revolution. Andrew Wilson has started his blog up again. First instalment: A Difficult Week for Tymoshenko.

    Again, the China arms embargo issue

    François Godement - 3 February, 2010

    Spain's call for the EU to lift the arms embargo against China suffers from bad timing and blundering diplomacy.