Licínia Simão


Biography

Licínia Simão, PhD in International Relations (specialization in European Studies) by the University of Coimbra, is assistant professor at the School of Economics, University of Coimbra, teaching in International Relations, and researcher at the Centre for Social Studies. Since December, 2018, she is on official duty as a staff member in the office of the Portuguese Minister of Defence, where she is the Coordinator of the Atlantic Centre initiative since August 2021. She was Coordinator of the IR Section at the Portuguese Political Science Association, between 2018 and 2021, and is member of the Advisory Board at the Georgian Institute of Politics, in Tbilisi. She was previously a visiting researcher at the Center for European Policy Studies, in Brussels and at the Centre for European Studies, at Carleton University, in Ottawa. Her research interests include foreign policy analysis and security studies, with a focus on European foreign policy and security and defence policies, the former-Soviet space, and maritime security in the Atlantic.


Latest Publications

Book Chapter

Freire, Maria Raquel; Lopes, Paula Duarte; Nascimento, Daniela; Simão, Licínia (2022), Conclusion, in Maria Raquel Freire, Paula Duarte Lopes, Daniela Nascimento, Licínia Simão (org.), EU Global Actorness in a World of Contested Leadership. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 329-342

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Book Chapter

Freire, Maria Raquel; Lopes, Paula Duarte; Nascimento, Daniela; Simão, Licínia (2022), EU Global Actorness in a World of Contested Leadership: Policies, Instruments and Perceptions, in Maria Raquel Freire, Paula Duarte Lopes, Daniela Nascimento, Licínia Simão (org.), EU Global Actorness in a World of Contested Leadership. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 1-12

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Book

Freire, Maria Raquel; Lopes, Paula Duarte; Nascimento, Daniela; Simão, Licínia (2022), EU Global Actorness in a World of Contested Leadership. Policies, Instruments and Perceptions. Cham: Springer International Publishing

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