Head of Research
At Inclusive Peace, Alex is continuing his work from IPTI (Inclusive Peace’s predecessor) on a broad variety of themes relating to peace-making, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding, with a particular focus on rethinking how peace and political transition processes are conceived and realised, how to meaningfully include and support a broad range of stakeholders in peace and political transition processes and peacebuilding efforts, and on research-practice and research-policy transfer.
He is a researcher and analyst with expertise and experience across a variety of disciplines in international security and international affairs. Alex was formerly a researcher at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy and the Foundation for Strategic Research (Paris), working on international and regional security dynamics, geopolitics, global governance, and foreign and defence policy, with a particular focus on multilateral dialogue processes. He has interned at the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (New York), and has also worked as a freelance translator and editor for a number of international organisations, think tanks, universities, publishing houses, and media outlets.
Alex holds an MA in Modern History and Modern Languages (French) from the University of Oxford, and a Masters in International Relations and International Security (with a thematic specialisation on mediation and conflict resolution) from Sciences Po Paris.