I am a PhD candidate at the University of Valencia. My research concerns the logic behind United Nations sanctions regimes since 1990, and is scheduled to be published in 2018 under the title: “United Nations Sanctions Regimes and Selective Security”. Related to my PhD research I am the author of the book ‘Recursos naturales, guerras y sanciones internacionales‘ (Tirant lo Blanch, 2014).
I work as an associate professor at the IE school of international relations and Saint Louis University (Madrid), where I teach courses in Political Theory, UN Peacekeeping Missions, African Politics, and Asian Politics.
Besides my teaching activities I am also the director of Liberia Monitors, a consultancy that specializes in monitoring and evaluation projects in the NGO sector in Liberia.
I am also an associate researcher at ReSeT, a Madrid-Based think tank on international relations and transnational governance, where I focus on Conflict, Sanctions, and International Development.
I received Masters Degrees from the Universities of Amsterdam (2009, International Relations) and Valencia (2011, International Law).
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