Management

  • Antoni Segura

    Antoni SEGURA i MAS

    President

    Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Barcelona (UB) and Director of the Centre for International Historical Studies at the University of Barcelona (UB) till September 2016. Specialized in conflict analysis, he has authored and edited numerous books and research articles: Más allá del islam (Alianza Editorial, Madrid, 2001); Aproximació al món islàmic. Des dels orígens fins als nostres dies (Edicions UOC - Pòrtic, Barcelona, 2002); Irak en la encrucijada (RBA, Madrid, 2003); Senyors i vassalls del segle XXI (La Campana, Barcelona, 2004); Euskadi: crònica d’una desesperança (L’Avenç, Barcelona, 2009); Hablemos de reconciliación (Universitat de Barcelona, 2013); “The Spanish Transition and the Arab Spring” Euromesco paper, 12 (IEMED, Barcelona, 2012); Estados Unidos, el islam y el nuevo orden mundial (2013); y Soldiers, Bombs and Rifles: Military History of the 20th Century (2013); «From Cold War to Asymmetric Conflicts: Players, Values ​​and Characteristics of Wars in the Second Half of 20th Century (1945-2012)» (2013); «Els orígens d'Estat Islàmic» (2015); «La crisi dels refugiats i els nous conflictes armats» (2016); «Del Acuerdo Sykes-Picot al Estado Islámico» (2016), «The End of two-party system in Spain?» (2016) y «L’ascens de l’extrema dreta i l’amenaça de la islamofòbia» (2016).  He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed). He has been a member of the Advisory Board of Casa Árabe- International Institute of Arabic Studies and the Muslim World (2006-2012), and a member of the Governing Body of the Catalan International Institute for Peace (ICIP) (2008-2011). He is the Director of the journal Índice Histórico Español. He has been commissioned several exhibitions about the Republic, the Civil War in Catalonia and Spain, the Arab World and Islam. He has been a guest lecturer in various Spanish and international universities and institutions. He regularly appears on various media (press, radio and television). 

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  • Jordi Bacaria i Colom

    Jordi BACARIA i COLOM

    Director of CIDOB. Senior Research Fellow

    Professor of Applied Economics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), where he was dean of the Faculty of Economics (1986-1988), director of the Institute for European Studies (1988-1992, 1994-2000) and coordinator of the Doctoral Program in International Relations and European Integration (2000-2009).He is also director of the journal “Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica" published in Mexico and a member of FEMISE (Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Economic Science Institutes). From 2000 to 2013, he was co-director of the Institute for European Integration Studies in Mexico, an institution funded by the European Commission and the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico. He is the author of over a hundred publications (articles, book chapters and books) on economic integration, Latin America, Mediterranean economy, monetary institutions and public choice.

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  • Anna ESTRADA BERTRAN

    Anna ESTRADA BERTRAN

    Deputy Director of Executive Organization

    Graduate in Economics and Master’s in European Economy from the College of Europe in Bruges. She was director of the Tarragona Delegation of the Patronat Català Pro Europa, and subsequently became the first director of the Agència Catalana de Cooperació al Desenvolupament. She is a member of the board of the Liga Europea de Cooperación Económica and the Institut Catalunya Àfrica. Her areas of interest are: European integration and decentralised cooperation.

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  • Pol Morillas

    Pol MORILLAS

    Deputy Director of Research and Senior Research Fellow

    Pol Morillas is deputy director of research and senior research fellow in European affairs at CIDOB, the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs. He is a political scientist and holds a PhD in Politics, Policies and International Relations from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and a Master's degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics. He is an associate lecturer at the UAB, Blanquerna University and ESADE, where he is a part-time lecturer in European Foreign Policy and Theory of International Relations. He is also a member of the Observatory of European Foreign Policy. He has been Head of the Euro-Mediterranean Policies Department of the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), Coordinator of the Political and Security Committee of the Council of the EU, Advisor on External Action at the European Parliament and Analyst of the Cabinet of the President of CIDOB. He has published book chapters, articles in peer-reviewed journals, op-eds and papers in think tanks on the dynamics of European integration, the institutional developments of EU external action, the Common Foreign and Security Policy, the EU’s security strategies and Euro-Mediterranean relations, among others.

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