Dr. Karen Lund Petersen is Associate Professor at the University of Copenhagen and Director of the Centre for Advanced Security Theory. Her primary research interests are security and risk governance, with a particular focus on political risk, corporate security management and intelligence. As member of the so-called Copenhagen School within security studies, she has furthermore contributed to the debate on securitization and widened concept of security. Among her most recent publications are “Intelligence expertise in the age of information sharing: public-private “collection” and its challenges to democratic control and accountability”, Intelligence and National Security 2017, and  “Risk: A field within Security Studies?” European Journal of International Relations 2012.

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The adoption of the UN 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September 2015 was a remarkable achievement. In the outcome document,1 heads of state, government, and high representatives commit to full implementation: “We have adopted a historic decision on a comprehensive, far-reaching and people-centered set of universal …

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