Trine Flockhart

PhD, Professor

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Trine Flockhart is Professor of International Relations at the University of Souther Denmark.  Her research focuses on questions of international order and security, particularly how the current international system is changing and what kind of new international system is in the making. Her latest article on this topic is The Coming Multi-Order World which argues that what lies ahead is a very different international system and that the many current crises may be caused by the process of systemic change. Trine’s research is based on an eclectic use of theory from Constructivism, Practice Theory and English School Theory. Her latest theoretical publication is the article, The Problem of Change in Constructivist Theory – Ontological Security Seeking and Agent Motivation. Before joining the School, Trine was a Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) in Copenhagen (2006-2015) and a Senior Resident Fellow at the Transatlantic Academy in Washington DC (2013-2014), where her policy research was focused on European Security, especially NATO, Transatlantic Relations and the Liberal Order. Trine is the editor of the Palgrave Series, Governance, Security and Development and is always on the lookout for good book projects for the series. She is interested in supervising PhD projects on International order, the Liberal international order, Transatlantic Relations, NATO, American Foreign Policy and European Security

Why the NATO summit could deal a major blow to the international order

While most of Europe heads off on holiday, NATO heads of state and government will soon gather in NATO’s brand new headquarters in Brussels...

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