Hanna Corsini (IT/AT) joined the College of Europe in August 2021 as an Academic Assistant for both European General Studies and the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies.
She holds an MA in International Economic Policy from Sciences Po Paris (2018) as well as a BA in Political Science from the University of Vienna (2015) and is currently doing a PhD in International Relations and Politics at the University Cambridge.
Her research focuses on populism and its international dimension, and her doctoral project analyses the consequences of this phenomenon for the foreign policy of selected countries within the European context. Hanna has been a Teaching Assistant at Sciences Po Paris and has worked as Project Manager at the French think tank Synopia. Passionate about the digital revolution and its consequences for societies and the political, she publishes research papers and reports with the student-led think tank ‘Good Data Initiative’.
Fields of interest: Theory of International Relations, populism, EU and its external action, foreign policy, digitalisation and its political consequences, French and Austrian history.
Corsini, Hanna and Linnea Tybäck. Age of Autonomous Weapon Systems. GDI Review 02, August 2021.