Marjolein de Ridder is a strategic analyst at HCSS. She holds a master’s degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from Leiden University and the Clingendael Institute and a degree in Political Science from the Catholic University of Leuven. She graduated cum laude from both universities. At HCSS, she focuses on the geopolitics of natural resources and international trends related to security and sustainability. She has published various reports on food security, food safety, strategic minerals (including rare earth elements, phosphate rock and coltan), and numerous other topics related to political economy and international security. During her studies, Ms. De Ridder interned with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Security Policy Division, where she worked on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. She participated in Sciences Po Paris’ international program at and obtained a certificate in Geopolitical Analysis of International Relations from the International Centre for Geopolitical Studies in Geneva. She is currently enrolled in a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, specializing in project and program management.
Marjolein de Ridder is expert on these programs: Comprehensive Security Economy & Society Strategic Futures
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