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Africa's International Relations; Africa's Security. Regional expertise: Horn of Africa.
Dias main research interests are on Africa's security landscape more specifically: State-building and nation-building; security actors
( state and non-state); mediation; borderland groups.

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Personal information

Alexandra M. Dias is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Studies of NOVA University of Lisbon (NOVA/FCSH) and a Researcher at the Portuguese Institute of International Relations (IPRI-NOVA). Dias is a founding member of the Mediterranean Women Mediators Network (MWMN). Dias main research interests are on Africa's security landscape. She is a British Chevening Scholarship Alumnus.

Education/Academic qualification

International Relations, Doctorate, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL)

Award Date: 3 Feb 2008

International Relations, Bachelor, Universidade do Minho

11 Sept 199221 Sept 1996

Award Date: 21 Sept 1996


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