Tyyne Karjalainen is a Researcher in the European Union research programme at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs. Her research focuses on European Union foreign and security policy, EU enlargement and differentiated integration in the EU. Her publications also cover peace-building, crisis management and peace mediation. Before joining FIIA, Karjalainen worked at the Civilian Security Sector Reform Component at the European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) in Ukraine, the Research and Development Unit of the Crisis Management Centre (CMC) Finland, and the Finnish Permanent Representation to the United Nations in New York. Karjalainen is a doctoral student in political science at the University of Turku focusing on the EU’s Eastern neighbourhood policies. She holds a degree from the Master’s Programme in Peace, Mediation and Conflict Research at the University of Tampere.
EU’s foreign and security policy, crisis management operations and peacebuilding, the EU’s Eastern neighbourhood policies and enlargement
Doctoral student in Political Science, University of Turku, 2020-
Master of Social Sciences (Peace, Mediation and Conflict Research), Tampere University, 2020
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Sociology), Tampere University, 2017
Finnish, English (working languages), French, Swedish (receptive skills)