Susanne Gratius

Curriculum Vitae

Lead: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Susanne Gratius is Professor of Political Science and International Relations in the Faculty of Law at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and Associate Senior Researcher at CIDOB, Barcelona. She previously worked as Associate Professor in the Department of International Relations at the Complutense University of Madrid, and has been a researcher at several public institutions and think tanks across Europe (FRIDE, Madrid, IRELA, Madrid, SWP, Berlin, GIGA, Hamburg). She has published on relations between the EU and Latin America, foreign policy, regional integration, promotion of democracy and emerging powers. Her research areas are Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela and Spain.

Recent publications related to the project

Cuba as an example of Transatlantic Conflict, Shifting Triangles, and Incomplete Hybrid Regionalism
in: Gian Luca Gardini, Somon Koschut, Andreas Falke (eds.), Interregionalism and the Americas. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, pp.145–163, 2018

Cambio de poder en Cuba: ¿Un mero trámite?
CIDOB Opinión, 2018

The shift from ideological conditionality to pragmatic engagement in Cuba-EU relations
in: Michael Erisman/John Kirk (eds.), Cuban Foreign Policy: Transformation under Raúl Castro: pp.125–141. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group

¿Nadar a contracorriente? el futuro del acuerdo de la Unión Europea con Cuba
with Anna Ayuso, CIDOB Monograph, 2017