Author profile: Ana Isabel Rodríguez Iglesias

Ana Isabel Rodríguez Iglesias is a PhD candidate in International Politics and Conflict Resolution at the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Currently, she is completing a research fellowship at American University in Washington DC, where she is developing the theoretical chapters of her dissertation. She holds three M.A. degrees, including Latin American Studies from Georgetown University (2014), International Relations (2010), and Studies of the European Union (2012), both from the Universidad CEU San Pablo in Madrid. She has been awarded the FCT (Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia) Scholarship from the Government of Portugal to complete her PhD, and has also received a Fulbright Scholarship for her work at Georgetown University, and “la Caixa” Scholarship for her work at the University CEU san Pablo. In 2016, she was awarded the Curriculum Fellowship Awardee for teaching a seminar on Civil Resistance at the University of Coimbra by the International Center on Non-violent Conflict. During her studies and before pursuing her PhD, she  worked as a researcher and consultant at various international organizations, think tanks, and universities, including the Inter-American Development Bank, Human Rights Watch, CSIS, and the Institute of European Studies of the University CEU San Pablo.
(In)Security: From Thick Signifier to Empty Signifier

(In)Security: From Thick Signifier to Empty Signifier

The in(security) of the minors is at stake in a semantic and practical power struggle among different actors such as the US, the UN, NGOs, countries of origin and the minors themselves.

A Critical Geopolitical Analysis of Elite’s Responses to Terrorist Attacks

A Critical Geopolitical Analysis of Elite’s Responses to Terrorist Attacks

Critical analysis is a valuable geopolitical framework to deconstruct, embody and historicize the features of the polarized world emerging from the Paris attacks.

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