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Ruth Ferrero-Turrión, Our New Think Visegrad Fellow

The Institute of International Relations Prague has a new visiting fellow, Ruth Ferrero-Turrión, thanks to the Think Visegrad Platform and its fellowship programme!

Ruth Ferrero-Turrion is Adjunct Associate Professor of European Studies and Comparative Politics at Universidad Complutense and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. She is Co-director of GEurasia.eu and Senior Research Associate at Complutense Institute of International Studies (ICEI) where Chairs the UCM Diplomas "Migrations and International Relations", "Migration and Asylum EU Policy" and "Balkans New Scenaries".
She has been Research Fellow at Columbia University, London School of Economics and Political Science, the Babes-Bolyai University (Romania), the Hungarian Institute of International Relations, and the Open Society Foundation-Sofia. Her main areas of research are linked with Migration and Asylum EU Policies and Neighborhood European Policy. She collaborates regularly with think tanks and foreign affairs publications such as Real Instituto Elcano, Esglobal, Friedrich Ebert Foundation or Migration Policy Institute among others. Since 1996, she has also been an International Observer in several countries of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (FYROM, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Ukraine, Russia, Armenia).

Think Visegrad – V4 Think Tank Platform is a net­work for struc­tured dia­log on issues of strate­gic regional impor­tance. The net­work ana­lyzes key issues for the Visegrad Group (V4), and pro­vides rec­om­men­da­tions to the gov­ern­ments of V4 coun­tries, the annual pres­i­den­cies of the group, and the International Visegrad Fund. Think Visegrad cov­ers the­matic pri­or­i­ties of V4 includ­ing energy secu­rity, V4’s inter­nal cohe­sion, EU insti­tu­tions and pol­i­tics, the Western Balkans, rela­tions with Eastern Partnership coun­tries, devel­op­ment assis­tance, hard secu­rity, envi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion, Roma-related issues, migra­tion, trans­port, etc.

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