Email: D dot Richterova at warwick dot ac dot uk
Daniela Richterová is a PhD candidate in Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick. Her research focuses on international terrorism and intelligence alliances between state and non-state actors during the Cold War. Daniela has presented her research at the Davis Center at Harvard University; the Harriman Institute at Columbia University and the SGI - Study Group in Intelligence in London. Most recently, Daniela’s piece ‘The Anxious Host: Czechoslovakia and Carlos the Jackal’ was published in The International Historical Review. In 2017, she received the Intelligence Studies Section (ISS) Best Student Paper Award at the Annual ISA Convention in Baltimore, USA. Daniela earned her graduate degree in War Studies at King´s College London and completed her undergraduate studies in politics and international relations at Comenius University in Bratislava and New York University. Prior to pursuing her PhD, Daniela was in charge of the programme of GLOBSEC – The Bratislava Global Security Forum – an annual high-level conference on international security policy.