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Gabriella Gricius

Ph.D. Candidate at Colorado State University's Political Science Department & Research Fellow with the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (NAADSN)

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Gabriella Gricius is a Ph.D. Candidate at Colorado State University’s Political Science Department, a Research Fellow with the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (NAADSN), and a Research Associate at the Arctic Institute. Her research interests broadly cover international relations and environmental politics with a focus on Arctic security, ontological security studies, the centrality of narratives in foreign policy, and exploring the roles of experts in national policymaking processes.

Gabriella’s publications have appeared in Foreign Policy, The Diplomat, Responsible Statecraft, the Arctic Yearbook, and Global Studies Quarterly among many other outlets. She holds degrees in International Security, International Relations, and German Language from Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and Boston University and has worked at the International Criminal Court, the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, New America, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and the Public International Law and Policy Group.

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The EU’s Draft Report on the Arctic: Cooperation over competition?

The European Parliament’s latest Draft Report on the Arctic proposes taking a middle road that acknowledges geopolitical competitive realities while also opening a pathway for cooperation. Gabriella Gricius writes that prioritising cooperation on addressing transnational threats will mean the Arctic environment and relations between Russia and the West will be better off.

20 September 2021 | Gabriella Gricius