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Julia DE CLERCK-SACHSSE Adviser, Strategic Planning Division, EEAS - European External Action Service, Brussels; Adjunct Professor, Vesalius College, Free University Brussels

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1998-2001 BA in European History, King's College London
2002-2004 M.Phil in International Relations, St. Anthony's College, University of Oxford
2001-2002 Researcher for MEP Graham Watson
2002-2004 M.Phil in International Relations, St. Anthony's College, University of Oxford
2002-2004 Researcher for Prof. Timothy Garton Ash, Research on his book "Free Word" on the Transatlantic Relationship
2003 Stagiarie, UNESCO Paris
2004 Trainee, German Embassy, Washington D.C.
2004-2005 Stagiarie, European Commission, RELEX, Unit for Relations with US and Canada, C1
2005-2009 Ph.D. in International Relations, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford
2005-2009 Research Fellow, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels
since 2009 Lecturer on EU Policy Making at Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Sciences Po, Paris
since 2009 European Commission, DG Research, Science, economy and society - Foresight

Publikationen

Old Rules, New Game: Decision-making in the Council of Ministers after the 2004 Enlargement, CEPS Special Report, 2007 with Sara Hagemann
More Power. Less legitimacy? The European Parliament's 6th term, CEPS Working paper, 2009
The New European Parliament: All change or business as usual? CEPS Special Report, 2009
Deliberation and the process of identity formation: Civil society organisations and constitution making in the EU, in Klingenmann, Hans-Dieter and Fuchs, Dieter, Cultural Diversity, European Identity and the Legitimacy of the EU, Eward Elgar, 2009 (forthcoming)