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Amanda Paul
Deputy Head of Europe in the World Programme and Senior Policy Analyst

Amanda Paul is a Senior Policy Analyst and Deputy Head of the Europe in the World Programme at the EPC.

She has well-established expertise on issues related to Turkish foreign and domestic policy, Ukraine, security and conflict resolution in the Black Sea region, Russian foreign policy in the former Soviet space, EU enlargement and foreign policy in its Eastern neighbourhood. Amanda leads the EPC’s Ukraine’s European Future and Global Türkiye projects. She is also Senior Associate Research Fellow at the International Centre for Policy Studies in Kyiv, Ukraine, where she contributes to research and events related to Ukraine and the broader region. She is also a Senior Advisor on issues related to the Eurasia region for Stober, Poltavets and Associates. For some ten years, she was a columnist in the Turkish media covering issues related to Turkey and the broader region. Prior to joining the EPC, Amanda worked at the Centre for European Policy Studies, the European Commission and German multinational Henkel. She has published widely on her areas of expertise in numerous external publications, including academic journals, books and in the media.

PROGRAMME

Europe in the World

PROJECTs

Ukraine’s European future; Global Türkiye; Security and conflict resolution in the South Caucasus

Areas of expertise

Turkey, Ukraine, South Caucasus, security and conflict resolution in the Black Sea, EU foreign policy in its Eastern neighbourhood, Enlargement, counter-violent extremism

Current positions

Deputy Head of Europe in the World Programme 
Senior Policy Analyst

Education

Masters in International Relations, University of Staffordshire

Languages

English, Turkish, French, Russian

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Publications

Georgia / COMMENTARY
Georgia at Tipping Point - Time for the EU to start walking the talk
By Amanda Paul , Iana Maisuradze - 17/05/2024
Ukraine / COMMENTARY
Europe must wipe the smile off Putin’s face
By Amanda Paul - 14/03/2024
Strategic foresight / OUTLOOK PAPER
Europe in the world in 2024: From voting to geopolitics
By Amanda Paul , Jamie Shea , Ivano di Carlo , Shada Islam , Helena Hahn , Mihai Sebastian Chihaia , Ricardo Borges de Castro , Andrea García Rodríguez , Elizabeth Kuiper , Svitlana Taran , Iana Maisuradze , Berta López Domènech , Giulia Torchio , Teona Lavrelashvili , Raúl Villegas Barrera - 21/02/2024
Security & defence / EPC ROUND-UP
Countdown until the NATO Vilnius Summit: Priorities and expectations in 2023
By Amanda Paul , Jamie Shea , Ivano di Carlo , Mihai Sebastian Chihaia , Ricardo Borges de Castro , Ionela Ciolan , Iana Maisuradze , Federica Zizzi , Benedetta Berti - 22/06/2023
Turkey / COMMENTARY
Erdoğan reloaded: What to expect and what should the EU do?
By Amanda Paul , Demir Murat Seyrek - 20/06/2023


Contributions

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan / QUOTE
Erdogan belooft in 2028 op te stappen. Kan hij dat wel?
Amanda Paul was quoted in an article by Knack on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's bid for re-election.

Read it here. (In Dutch)

Erdogan belooft in 2028 op te stappen. Kan hij dat wel?
13 March 2024 - ,
Knack
Turkey / INTERVIEW
Türkiye seeks progress on visa liberalisation
Amanda Paul was interviewed by AA on Türkiye's progress in advancing visa liberalisation dialogues with the EU. 

Read the full article here. (In Turkish)

Türkiye seeks progress on visa liberalisation
21 August 2023 - ,
AA
Turkey / INTERVIEW
Le mani di Erdogan (ancora) sulla Turchia
Amanda Paul was interviewed by Europa Today on the elections in Türkiye and their implications for EU-Türkiye relations.

Read the full article here. (In Italian)

Le mani di Erdogan (ancora) sulla Turchia
24 May 2023 - ,
Europa Today



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