Jacqueline Sirotova

Fellow and Project Coordinator, Future of Security Programme

Jacqueline is a Fellow and Project Coordinator for the Future of Security Programme at the GLOBSEC Policy Institute. She mainly works on the organisation and implementation of the projects focused on international security. Her areas of interest include NATO, global security and defence, proliferation and deterrence, China, and the Arctic.

Jacqueline started at the GPI as a long-term trainee for the Centre of Global Europe. She hold an MA in European Studies from Comenius University in Bratislava, where she focused on security studies, international relations and regionalism. She conducted her research on China in the Arctic region. Previously, she has obtained her Bachelor’s degree at Masaryk University in Czech Republic, where she studies European Studies along with International relations and focused on European enlargement and public attitudes.

Jacqueline is currently working on the project: Future Security & Defence Council