The Council on Hemispheric Affairs is pleased to announce its collaboration with new Guest Scholar, Gonzalo Escribano Tamayo. Mr. Escribano has received a Master of Science degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Politic Science in addition to a Master of International Affairs from Sciences Po in Paris. Mr. Escribano’s professional experiences range from print and broadcast journalism to academic work and most recently as a Lecturer of Political Science and International Relations at the Iberoamericana University in Mexico City. His research interests include geopolitics and international security, Mexican security and politics, and international relations and discourse analysis theory. His COHA colleagues are anxiously awaiting the opportunity to collaborate with Mr. Escribano in their work.
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