Propaedeutic diploma in International Business and Management, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands
BA in International Relations and International Organizations and MA in International Security, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands
MA in Global Criminology, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands
Nadya Stoynova is an Analyst at the Security Program of CSD. She has worked on a number of international projects focusing on the issues of radicalisation and terrorism, corruption, human trafficking and smuggling and organised crime. Since spring 2018 she has a leading role in a project aiming to measure radicalisation risks in prisons and probation and to enhance capacity of staff in five EU member states to recognise and tackle the problem. Prior to joining the CSD, Nadya has worked on a number of other related topics such as international and national drug policy and law, organised crime in Russia and Bulgaria, and international relations in the realm of collective security organisations.
Radicalisation, corruption, human trafficking, organized crime, drug policy, international organisations for collective security
Stoynova, N. (forthcoming). How are Norms Resisted? Insights from China’s Engagement in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. In: Halbertsma, T. and van der Harst, J. (eds.). China and the EU: Strong Economics, Weak Politics?. Leiden: Brill Publishers.