A political commentator, advisor and broadcaster, Nina specialises in disinformation and how technology is reshaping geopolitics.
Nina currently works with Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary General of NATO and Prime Minister of Denmark. She is leading work on next-generation disinformation in the form of AI generated deep fakes.
She has worked on decisive European political campaigns and elections, including the UK's 2016 EU Referendum and on Emmanuel Macron's successful bid to become French President in 2017.
Nina is a contributor to international broadcasters including Bloomberg, Sky, BBC, CNBC and ZDF. She has been published by CNN, the Sunday Telegraph and the New Statesman amongst others. She has worked at UK Parliament, the EU policy think tank Open Europe, and Hanbury Strategy.
Nina speaks seven languages including German, Spanish and French. She holds degrees from Cambridge University and University College London.
Nina and Michael Heaver discuss whether the Conservatives will also split, as news breaks of an eight Labour MP joining the new Independent Group.
Nina Schick and Michael Heaver discuss the case of Shamima Begum, the British teenager who became an 'ISIS bride,' on the Sky Paper Review.
Nina discusses the parallels between Russian disinformation campaigns and the growth of the anti-vaccine movement.
Nina discusses whether vaccinations should be mandatory with Ian Dale, Rachel Shabi and Max Foster on CNN Talk.
On BBC News Nina argues that Theresa May’s Brexit Plan B to remove the backstop from the Withdrawal Agreement is a non-starter.
Nina appears on Al Jazeera Arabic discussed a dramatic week in Brexit and assessing what may happen next.
Nina discusses the ‘Gillet Jaunes’ protests in France as part of a bigger global trend where citizens of democratic countries no longer feel their governments are delivering.
Nina appears on Bloomberg saying that it is Theresa May will survive as members of her Cabinet resign over her Brexit deal.
Why Angela Merkel won't be 'fixing' Brexit for the British - or at least, not in the way commonly imagined by some commentators and politicians.
Der Status der EU-Bürger in Großbritannien ist weiterhin ungeklärt. Viele Europäer fühlen sich nicht mehr willkommen. Fast jeder hat eine Geschichte zu erzählen. Nina in interview mit Handelsblatt.
Business Insider France reports Nina's speech at France Digital Day 2017 in Paris, where she was speaking alongside Taavet Hindrikus, CEO of Transferwise, and Fleur Pellerin, the former French Minister.
Angela Merkel will seek to not only win the German national elections in Germany in September 2017, but also to shore up support for the EU project.
Germany cannot afford to turn it's back on it's most important single trading partner and key military ally, despite public opposition to Donald Trump.
Following the Berlin terror attacks, Nina discusses what the increased security threat means for German Chancellor Angela Merkel's re-election chances next year.
On how Paris and Berlin have no agreed long-term vision for the future of the bloc as it faces Brexit, populist movements and economic stagnation.
Discussing François Fillon as the presidential candidate for the French centre-right with Renaud Girard, Chief Foreign Correspondent for Le Figaro, and French Senator Nathalie Goulet.