Academic Qualifications

PhD in International Relations, 2012 – London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Master in European Politics, 2004 – Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium.

Post-graduation in European Studies, 1999 – Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.

Degree in Law, 1998 – Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.

Biographical Information

António Raimundo is a Research Associate of the Center for International Studies of the University Institute of Lisbon (CEI-IUL) and Invited Assistant Professor in International Relations at the Department of History of ISCTE-IUL. He is also a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Research Centre in Political Science of University of Minho (CICP-UM), working on a project assessing the Europeanization of Portuguese foreign policy towards sub-Saharan Africa (with a special focus on Angola and South Africa). Previously he was Junior Visiting Researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences – University of Lisbon (ICS-UL), Research Assistant at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (IEEI), in Lisbon, and worked as a consultant in European affairs in Brussels. His main research areas are: EU foreign policy, EU-Africa relations, EU-Latin America relations, Europeanization, foreign policy of small EU member states, Portuguese politics and foreign policy.

Key Publications

Raimundo, António (2014), “Mapping the Agency of a Small, Former Colonial Power: Portugal and EU Political Conditionality in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Perspectives on European Politics and Society. Vol. 15(4), pp. 589-605.

Raimundo, António (2013), “The Europeanisation of foreign policy: An assessment of the EU impact on Portugal’s post-colonial relations in Sub-Saharan Africa“, European Integration online Papers (EIoP), 17 (1), pp. 1-23.

Raimundo, António (2013), “Between Europeanization and domestic influences: Portugal’s post-colonial relations with Angola“, Journal of Contemporary European Research. 9 (2), pp. 242-260.

Publications

Raimundo, A. (2014) "Mapping the Agency of a Small, Former Colonial Power: Portugal and EU Political Conditionality in Sub-Saharan Africa", Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 15, pp. 589-605.