Raquel García is an Analyst at Real Instituto Elcano. She holds a degree in International Relations from the Complutense University of Madrid and an International MBA from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Previously, she has been working in the Department for European Affairs at the Office of the Spanish Primer Minister. She is also advisor for public and European affairs at consultancies such as LLYC.
Research areas: since her university years, her areas of expertise have been related to the European integration process and Spain’s European policy. Her professional career has allowed her to combine her academic profile with an applied vision of the Spanish action and strategy in the European Union. From this hybrid point of view, she has addressed issues such as the Investment Plan for Europe or the Juncker Plan, as well as the European Recovery Instrument, analyzing how they affect the European project and the Spanish role in it.
- Roundtable "Presidential elections in France: consequences for Europe and the world" (2022)