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Minda Holm

Minda Holm

Ph.d. stipendiat

Minda Holm is a PhD Fellow in Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, a Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and a PhD Fellow in the research group on International Security at the Danish Institute of International Studies (DIIS).

Her PhD project deals with the ideology of the international liberal order after 1989, and the current opposition to that ideology from the Right. Holm's general research interests lies in the intersection between IR, critical and historical sociology and political philosophy, with a particular attention to questions of global governance, security, sovereignty, ideology and order. Geographically she has focused on Russia, Eurasia and the US. 

The PhD project is funded by the Danish Velux Foundation and the Norwegian Ministry of Defence. The Velux funding comes from a project at DIIS led by Vibeke Tjalve on the "World of the Right", with project partners JF Drolet (Queen Mary) and Michael C. Williams (University of Ottawa).

Holm is based in Oslo at NUPI, but commutes to Copenhagen. Her supervisor is Professor Ole Wæver.

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