Susana has a BA in Journalism and an MA in European Studies from the University of Coimbra in Portugal. She is a writer for OneEurope.
Susana is interested in the European integration and decision-making processes, in the EU external relations, in migration and asylum policies, as well as in Human rights.
Besides her mother tongue Portuguese, Susana speaks fluent English, as well as beginner Spanish and German.
“As the European countries are so closely connected, socially and economically, and share so many values, it is really important to be aware of what is happening around the continent.”
Fans of the TV series, eager to see where it is filmed, are contributing to an increase in the number of visitors to Northern Ireland and Croatia.
Human rights groups criticised European leaders’ plan to deal with the migration in the Mediterranean
The creation of a common European army would have advantages, but the foreign policy would have to be enhanced for it to be viable.
The procurement negotiations of the drug Sofosbuvir sparked a debate in Portugal on the price to pay for innovative drugs and on the possibility of European countries buying them together.
The EU and the US have a long lasting relationship and want to take it one step further with a free trade agreement. But the TTIP has fierce opposition.