Katarina Kertysova is a Global Fellow at the Polar and Kennan Institutes of the Woodrow Wilson Center and Research Associate with the Climate Change and (In)Security Project – a collaboration between the University of Oxford and British Army’s Centre for Historical Analysis and Conflict Research (CHACR). Between 2020-2023, Katarina worked as a Policy Fellow at the European Leadership Network (ELN). Her research focuses on NATO, Arctic geopolitics and the climate-security nexus. Katarina holds a degree in International Relations and French from the University of St Andrews, after which she pursued security studies at Sciences Po Paris and the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). Her previous research experience includes work conducted for the UNDP, the Carnegie Moscow Centre, the GLOBSEC Policy Institute, the Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP), and The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS). As a member of the NATO 2030 Young Leaders Group, Katarina contributed to the NATO 2030 Reflection Process in the areas of climate and Arctic security.
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At a time when war rages at NATO’s doorstep, and collective defence coupled with rising defence spending is at the centre of everyone’s attention, ELN Policy Fellow Katarina Kertysova writes that managing to get 30 capitals to agree to an ambitious programme on climate security deserves applause.
Five members of the ELN Network share their views on the 2022 NATO Madrid Summit
YGLN member Katarina Kertysova and ELN Senior Associated Fellows Nick Williams and Simon Lunn have joined this episode of the East West Coffee Shop to talk about the NATO Summit on June 14 and about the new/updated Strategic Concept. They address what topics will be high on the agenda and how...