Corine Wood-Donnelly

stipendiat vid Institutet för Rysslands- och Eurasienstudier, Forskare och lärare

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Dr Corine Wood-Donnelly is an interdisciplinary researcher in
International Relations and Geography, with research interests in
issues and models of maritime governance, comparative policy and
state performances of sovereignty. Corine received her PhD and her
MA in International Relations from Brunel University London in the
Department of Politics, Law and History. She has affiliations as an
Institute Associate at the Scott Polar Research Centre (SPRI) in the
Department of Geography and as a Research Fellow in Maritime
Governance at the Centre for Rising Powers in the Department of
Politics & International Studies (POLIS), both at the University of
Cambridge. She specialises in studies of the Arctic and making
connections to wider territorial and sovereignty issues, including
maritime search and rescue, energy/resource development and
migration. Recent work includes publications comparing different
periods of energy development, effective occupation in policy
practices of the Arctic states and an analysis of the Arctic Search
and Rescue Treaty. Now based at the Uppsala Centre for Russian and
Eurasian Studies (UCRS), she will be conducting comparative research
on sovereignty performances in the Arctic and Baltic maritime


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