Responsibilities

  • Ensuring the swift implementation of the steps needed to build an effective and sustainable Security Union
  • Strengthening our common fight against terrorism and organised crime, including identifying where the EU can make a real difference and a greater focus on implementation and enforcement
  • Reinforcing the security response to radicalisation and increasing efforts to tackle terrorist propaganda and hate speech online
  • Improving information and intelligence sharing, including a stronger role for EU Agencies
  • Reinforcing the capacity to protect critical infrastructures and soft targets
  • Fighting cybercrime through enhanced cybersecurity and digital intelligence
  • Ensuring that EU-financed security research targets the needs of security practitioners and develops solutions to forthcoming security challenges

Julian King is part of the following Project Teams:

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Team

Julian King's team supports him in his daily work.
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Calendar

Appointments and meetings

  • Wed 28 Jun
    Brussels
    Belgium

    Speech at the "NATO, EU & Industry, Cooperation on cyber-security" conference organised by the European Parliament, in Brussels

    Julian King
  • Thu 29 Jun
    Meeting
    Brussels
    Belgium

    Meeting Mr Carl Worker, New Zealand Ambassador for Counter Terrorism and Mr Howard Broad, Deputy Chief Executive (Security and Intelligence) Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

    Julian King

Biography

British nationality

  • Commissioner for the Security Union
    • Sept 2016 – present
  • HM Ambassador to France
    • Feb 2016 – Sept 2016
  • Director-General Economic & Consular, FCO Covering Europe, Asia, Prosperity, Migration and Consular
    • 2014 – 2016
  • Director-General of the Northern Ireland Office. Chair of the NIO Management Board and Departmental Accounting Officer
    • 2011 – 2014
  • HM Ambassador to Ireland
    • 2009 – 2011
  • On loan to EU Commission, Chef de Cabinet to British Commissioner (at DG Trade, responsible for EU multilateral, regional and bilateral trade negotiations)
    • 2008 – 2009
  • UK Rep Brussels, UK Representative on EU Political and Security Committee (including Chairing PSC during 2005 UK Presidency)
    • 2004 – 2008
  • UK MIS New York, Counsellor responsible for UN Security Council negotiations
    • 2003 – 2004
  • UK Rep Brussels, UK Representative on Enlargement Group throughout Central European/Cyprus/Malta accession negotiations; also responsible for European defence
    • 1998 – 2003
  • FCO, Private Secretary to Permanent Under-Secretary of State
    • 1994 – 1998
  • FCO, Second later First Secretary working on NATO, European defence and CFSP, including spells in Luxemburg, The Hague and Lisbon
    • 1990 – 1994
  • Paris, Third later Second Secretary, Ecole Nationale d'Administration; then Private Secretary to the Ambassador
    • 1987 – 1990