Cornelia-Adriana Baciu
International Peace and Security, Strategy & Research Methods 

Cornelia-Adriana Baciu  

PhD Candidate in Politics and International Relations

The Effects of Brexit on the Future of European Security Order and NATO

Analysis published on DCU Brexit Institute Blog, March 2019. (Co-authored with Professor John Doyle). 

Brexit and Foreign Policy: The UK’s ‘Global Positioning’ between the EU and the US

Analysis published on DCU Brexit Institute Blog, December 2018. 


Security Transformation and Multilateralism: The Future of Irish Defence and Foreign Policy 

Article published in Irish Studies in International Affairs


Institutional Change and Military Democratization in Insecure States.

Book chapter in Ratuva et al. 2018,  "Guns & Roses: Comparative Civil-Military Relations in the Changing Security Environment" pp 365-389.


What Will EU Defence Project PESCO Mean for Ireland?

Analysis published on RTÉ Brainstorm, 13 April 2018. 


Europäische Streitkräfte im Wandel: Europäisierung oder Natoisierung?

Analysis published in, Security Policy - Armed Forces - Media, Zürich, 03 February 2018.


Disputed Norms in International Security and the Changing Notion of Sovereignty

Article published in Cork Online Law Review, University College Cork, 30 December 2017. 


The Soldier and the State 2.0. Security Sector Reform and Civil-Military Relations

Analysis published in International Security Sector Advisory Team Blog, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, 08 September 2017. 


How Much Military Is Enough? An Analysis of Strategic Defence Trends in EU and NATO

Analysis published in Green European Journal, 21 August  2017. 


Pakistan’s New Top General: Implications For Civil-Military Relations And Foreign Policy

Analysis published in Eurasia Review. A Journal of Analysis and News, 06 December 2016. 

Institutional Affiliation

Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction (IICRR)
School of Law and Government
Dublin City University


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Dublin City University (DCU)
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