Adriaan Nunes is a former Junior Researcher at the Clingendael Institute, where he deals with a broad range of EU-related subjects. He focuses on the appointment of the new European Commission, the interinstitutional balance and the position of the Member States in the EU.
From June 2018 until September 2018, Adriaan was also a Junior Editor at the Clingendael Spectator. Before finishing his Masters ‘Politics and Parliament’ at the Radboud University Nijmegen, he studied History at Utrecht University. His master’s thesis concerned the importance of the Kurdish Question in the European Parliament regarding the Turkish accession to the European Union. Prior to working at Clingendael, Adriaan completed internships at the Clingendael Spectator and College-Club Amsterdam.