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Ana Paula Brandão
Ph.D in Political Science and International Relations (University of Minho)
Department of International Relations and Public Administration
 
  Assistant Professor
  abrandao@eeg.uminho.pt
   +351 253604524 , 253604510
Ana Paula Brandão is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Minho. She is researcher of the Political Science Research Centre (CICP). She received her PhD in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Minho. She integrates the Directive Board of the Portuguese Political Science Association (APCP). She is member of several Study Groups and speaker on European security at the National Defense Institute (IDN). Her research interests, publications and communications in national and international conferences focus on Security Studies (security theories, European security, Human Security) and European studies (CFSP/CSDP, EU Internal Security, EU actorness, EU political system).
Security Studies (security theory
European Security
Human Security); EU Studies (CFSP/CSDP
EU internal security
EU security actorness
EU political system)
Selected publications
Brandão, A. P. (2015). A UE e o terrorismo transnacional: securitizing move e ator normativo, uma contradição nos termos? In A. Barrinha & M. R. Freire (Eds.), Segurança, Liberdade e Política: A Escola de Copenhaga em Português (pp. 45–78). Imprensa das Ciências Sociais, Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa. DOI
Brandão, A. P. (2015). The Internal-External Nexus in the Security Narrative of the European Union. Janus.Net, 6(1), 1–20. DOI
Brandão, A. P. (2014). Apaziguamento [entrada em Enciclopédia]. In N. C. M. e Francisco Pereira Coutinho (Ed.), Enciclopédia das Relações Internacionais (pp. 30–32). Lisboa: Dom Quixote. DOI
Brandão, A. P., & Carrapiço, H. (2013). As Dimensões Externas da Segurança Interna. Relações Internacionais, (40), 5–8. DOI
Brandão, A. P. (2010). O Tratado de Lisboa e a Security Actorness da UE. Relações Internacionais, 25, 49–63. DOI