Katja Creutz

Senior Research Fellow - The Global Security Research Programme

Telephone +358 9432 7781

Academic degree
Doctor of Laws (LL.D.), University of Helsinki, 2015

Master of Laws (LL.M.)-Programme (International Law), University of Helsinki, 2004

Master of Political Science (International Law), Åbo Akademi University, 2000


International law, especially responsibility issues; human rights; global governance

Recent publications

State Responsibility in International Law: From Paradigm to Periphery (Hakapaino, Helsinki, 2015)

International Responsibility and Problematic Law-Making, in Rain Liivoja & Jarna Petman (eds), International Law-Making: Essays in Honour of Professor Jan Klabbers (Routledge, 2013)

Law versus Codes of Conduct: Between Convergence and Conflict, in Jan Klabbers & Touko Piiparinen (eds), Normative Pluralism and International Law: Exploring Global Governance (Cambridge University Press, 2013) 166-200

The Problem of Regulation and the Role of the International Criminal Court, in Thomas Mandrup (ed.), Privatisation of Security: The Concept, Its History and Its Contemporary Application (Royal Danish Defence College, 2012) 63-86

The International Intervention in Libya: Another Round between Sovereignty and Human Rights, 2 Helsinki Review of Global Governance (2011) 55-58

Language skills

Swedish, Finnish, English (working languages), French (satisfactory)