Field of specialisation
EU institutions and decision-making; delegated and implementing acts; EU Presidency; EU external action.
Dr Sabina Lange (SI) is Senior Lecturer at EIPA, and a Senior Fellow of Maastricht University. She specialises in decision-making in the EU and in interinstitutional relations, in particular in external action policies and with regard to delegated and implementing acts. Since 2009 she has been training Member States’ officials in programmes for preparation of future rotating Council Presidencies, and has given regular courses in the European Commission, the European Parliament, the General Secretariat of the Council and EU Agencies. She has been a consultant for the European Parliament and the Committee of the Regions.
She is co-editor of European Union for A to Z (Uradni list 2009, in Slovenian) with Damjan Lajh, and the author of Evolution of European foreign policy (FDV 2008, in Slovenian), and has published numerous articles on the role of the rotating Council Presidency as well as on Slovenian foreign and European policies. She has been national researcher for the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) between 2010 and 2015. Since October 2015 she is Senior Associate Analyst at the EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), where she deals with institutional issues in EU external action and with security and foreign policy issues related to Western Balkans.
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