Anastassios N. Perakis 09 july

A.N.Perakis's Blog

Prof. A.N. Perakis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, and Fellow, Michigan Energy Institute. The views in this blog are, of course, solely the author's own, and do not represent the official views of either the U of Michigan, Ann Arbor, or its Energy Institute, of which the author has been a Fellow since 2008 or so.
Abdelkader Abderrahmane 21 october

Abdelkader's Abderrahmane blog

Abdelkader Abderrahmane is a well-traveled researcher working on peace and security issues in Africa with a special focus on North-West Africa and the Sahel region. He previously held a senior researcher position with the South African Institute for Security Studies (ISS) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Pogacian Adrian 16 september

Adrian Pogacian's blog

Adrian Pogacian is PhD candidate at MGIMO University and holds a MA in Politics and Economics in Eurasia from the same institute. He is interested in power politics, theory of image in international relations and the role and influence of the non state actors in promoting foreign policy. He has an experience for more than ten years in Romanian politics, both, at local and national level. A blog about power politics, non state actors and image in international politics.
Alexander Clackson 24 july

Alexander Clackson's Blog

Alexander Clackson is the founder of Global Political Insight, a political media and research organisation. He holds a Master's degree in International Relations. Alexander works as a political communications adviser and frequently contributes to think-tanks and media outlets.
Alfredo Santiago Isas 06 may

Alfredo Santiago Isas' Blog

Alfredo Santiago Isas – Intern at RIAC – Former intern at the Argentine Embassy in Moscow – Degree in International Law – Masters Degree in International Relations (to be accomplished in June 2016). Interests: History, Journalism, Third World