Katja Creutz is Programme Director of the Global Security and Governance research programme. She is also an Affiliated Research Fellow with the Erik Castrén Institute at the University of Helsinki. Her main field of expertise is international law and especially issues of responsibility, human rights and global governance. Dr Creutz holds a Doctor of Laws degree (2015) and a Master of Laws programme degree from the University of Helsinki (2004) and a Master of Political Science from Åbo Akademi University (2000).
Creutz has previously worked as Research Fellow at the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights of the University of Helsinki. She is the former Executive Editor of the Finnish Yearbook of International Law. She has published extensively on responsibility in international law, non-state actors, human rights and Nordic issues. Her latest academic publications include: “The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and Rights Protection: Revisionist or Just Another Kid on the Block?” and “Nordic Experiences in the UN Human Rights Council: A Tour d’Horizon of 2019 with Iceland and Denmark”. She is also the author of the monograph “State Responsibility in the International Legal Order: A Critical Appraisal” (CUP, 2020).
International law, especially responsibility issues; human rights; global governance
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
Swedish, Finnish, English (working languages), French (satisfactory)
Finland and the Tightening Competition in Global Politics
New Challenges for Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century
Development of EU’s Sanctions Policy: Political and economic implications for Finland
Superregionalism and Contentious Connectivity in Asia
Multilateral cooperation in an era of strategic competition: Options for influence for Finland and the European Union
Reignite Multilateralism via Technology