Categoría: Colaborador Asociado - Licenciado o Graduado de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Departamento de Relaciones Internacionales
Ileana Daniela Serban has completed her PhD in Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick in the UK. Research interests include: International Development, Triangular and South-South Cooperation Norm and policy entrepreneurship EU and Latin America as normative actors Interregionalism and regional integration.
International Development and new forms of cooperation.
Principios y políticas de seguridad internacional
Trabajo de fin de Grado
'Europe and Latin America: the state of the question', OpenDemocracy (available also in Spanish), 2017, https://www.opendemocracy.net/democraciaabierta/daniela-serban/europe-and-latin-america-state-of-question.
EU-Latin American Cooperation: An Affair of One?', Atlantic Community (republished by ISN ETH Zürich), 2015, http://www.atlantic-community.org/-/eu-latin-american-cooperation-an-affair-of-one-.
The transatlantic cooperation and the public opinion influence, Cuadernos de la Escuela Diplomatica, no 49, Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2013, http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/es/Ministerio/EscuelaDiplomatica/.
'Demilitarisation effects- democratisation or social chaos? A case study: El Salvador, Research and Science Today, no 2, 2011.
Public diplomacy- political instrument for the USA as smart power- causal analysis, Research and Science Today, no 1, 2011.
Environmental diplomacy and the principle of subsidiarity- realities and perspectives, Romanian Journal of International Relations and Security Studies, no 1, 2011.
Papers presented at academic conferences and public events.
ISA Annual Conference, paper in the panel After Brussels: Perspectives of the EU-Latin American Relationship', USA, Atlanta, 2016.
ISA Annual Conference, paper in the panel The Other Transatlantic Relationship: Latin America and Europe, USA, New Orleans, 2015.
Global Re-ordering: Evolution through European Networks. Towards the next generation of scholarship, presented the paper Discourses on an extended transatlantic partnership, Belgium, Brussels, 2014.
GR:EEN-GEM PhD Summer School on EU policies in the context of multilateral governance, interregionalism and global networks, presented the paper The Politics of Interregionalism: the transatlantic triangle and the role played by the EU and Latin America in redesigning frameworks of interregional cooperation, Belgium, Brussels, 2014.
Pharmaceutical Industry Meeting, presented the paper 'Measures and debates in Brussels and their implications for non-European countries. The ENVI Committee in the European Parliament', Bolivia, La Paz, 2013.
Education: studied or conducted research on 3 continents - 6 countries: in Europe (the UK, Belgium, Spain, Romania), North America (USA, New York) and Asia (Japan, Tokyo and Kyoto).