Trine Flockhart is Professor of International Relations in the Department of Political Science and Public Management at the University of Southern Denmark and Co-Director of the SDU Center for War Studies. Trine is Chair of Business and Social Science of the Danish Institute for Advanced Study (DIAS). She has held visiting fellowships at the European University Institute in Florence (2022) and at The Transatlantic Academy at the German Marshall Fund of the United States in Washington DC (2013-14). Trine has held university appointments in Denmark, United Kingdom and Australia.
Trine’s research focuses on global order and processes of change and transformation, the crisis in the liberal international order, NATO and transatlantic relations, ontological security, constructivism, English School theory and resilience. She has more than 100 publications with her main academic articles having appeared in journals such as Review of International Studies, Contemporary Security Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies and European Journal of International Relations. Her article ‘The Coming Multi-Order World’ was awarded the Bernard Brodie Prize for best article in 2016 in Contemporary Security Policy. Her most recent publication (co-edited with Zachary Paikin) is Rebooting Global International Society – Change, Contestation and Resilience, Palgrave 2022.
Trine currently leads the project ‘Anticipating Governance in the Multi-Order World’, funded by Independent Research Denmark. The project investigates the character and development of the Multi-Order World by focusing on resilience-governance within and between the US-led Liberal Order, the Chinese-led Belt and Road Order, the Russian-led Eurasian Order, and emerging transnational forms of orders. AGMOW investigates the prospects for transnational and multi-order governance in three policy domains: autonomous weapons, global health & climate change https://agmow.eu/Link opens in a new window