Anke Stefanie Schwarzkopf
Anke’s main interest lies within European foreign policy and multilateral cooperation. Her research project is on the EU's role and contribution in multilateral negotiations at the United Nations General Assembly. She looks at different case studies to analyze the establishment of the EU as a credible and meaningful actor in multilateral negotiation processes.
Anke holds a master's degree in International and European Relations from Linkoping University in Sweden. Her bachelor's degree was accomplished at the University of Erfurt, Germany, in the field of social science, history and law. She worked as research assistant during her bachelor's degree and spent parts of her bachelor education at the University San Francisco in Quito, Ecuador.
Funding and collaboration
The PhD project is funded by the Norwegian Ministry for Defense.
- Schwarzkopf, A. (2016). Realpolitik or reinforcement of the EU’s normative power: A Case Study on the EU’s relations with the CELAC.