Selina is an MSc student in Politics, Security, and War at the Swedish Defence University in Stockholm. She previously worked as a project assistant in the sub-Saharan Africa department of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation in Berlin and as a research assistant for an independent security expert in Brussels with a regional focus on the Sahel. Selina is passionate about matters of international security, particularly EU interventions in West Africa, Arctic security, the climate-security nexus, and the impact of counterinsurgency operations on human rights standards. She previously published with Saferworld and Just Security. Selina holds a joint BSc degree in Public Governance Across Borders from the University of Twente and the University of Münster. In her dissertation, she analyzed the different levels of state accountability for the use of UAVs in warfare.
Publications by Selina Daugalies
Messaging Mayhem: The EU’s Struggle for Clarity on Israel-Palestine
Few long-standing conflicts evoke such intense discussions and foreign policy debates as Israel-Palestine, be it within or between the European Union’s 27 member states – informed by differing historical and […]