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Mgr. Fabio Iguavita Duarte
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Mgr. Fabio Iguavita Duarte

Fabio is a 2nd year PhD student in the Department of Political Science. For his doctoral thesis, he wants to portray the common obstacles to post-conflict reconstruction by elaborating a comparative analysis of Bosnia-Herzegovina post-Dayton Accords and Colombia after the agreement signed with the FARC guerrilla in 2016.


He holds a BA in IR from the Universidad del Rosario in Colombia, specializing in geopolitics, international security, and comparative US-European foreign policy. His thesis received a Merit Award in 2011 for elaborating on the stability of a multipolar system after analyzing the roles of Prince Klemens von Metternich in the post-Napoleonic era and Henry Kissinger -as US Secretary of State- in the bipolar world of the second half of the 20th Century. Later, he obtained his Mgr. with honours in Geography-International Development Studies from the Palacký University in the Czech Republic. He successfully defended a dissertation on the dynamics of new wars, natural resource exploitation, and their effects on the Colombian human capital, receiving a recommendation for the Dean's award in 2018.


Given this multidisciplinary background, his academic interests include security and development, 'new wars', post-conflict reconstruction, and a personal enthusiasm in research methodologies such as Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) and Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA).



Institut politologických studií

phone: 296 824 650

email:

room: 404, Pekařská 16, Nové Butovice

office hours:

Tuesdays or Thursdays 16:00-17:00 or upon request via faculty email.

http://meet.google.com/deq-edrq-bkk






Mgr. Fabio Iguavita Duarte

Mgr. Fabio Iguavita Duarte

Fabio is a 2nd year PhD student in the Department of Political Science. For his doctoral thesis, he wants to portray the common obstacles to post-conflict reconstruction by elaborating a comparative analysis of Bosnia-Herzegovina post-Dayton Accords and Colombia after the agreement signed with the FARC guerrilla in 2016.


He holds a BA in IR from the Universidad del Rosario in Colombia, specializing in geopolitics, international security, and comparative US-European foreign policy. His thesis received a Merit Award in 2011 for elaborating on the stability of a multipolar system after analyzing the roles of Prince Klemens von Metternich in the post-Napoleonic era and Henry Kissinger -as US Secretary of State- in the bipolar world of the second half of the 20th Century. Later, he obtained his Mgr. with honours in Geography-International Development Studies from the Palacký University in the Czech Republic. He successfully defended a dissertation on the dynamics of new wars, natural resource exploitation, and their effects on the Colombian human capital, receiving a recommendation for the Dean's award in 2018.


Given this multidisciplinary background, his academic interests include security and development, 'new wars', post-conflict reconstruction, and a personal enthusiasm in research methodologies such as Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) and Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA).



Institut politologických studií

phone: 296 824 650

email:

room: 404, Pekařská 16, Nové Butovice

office hours:

Tuesdays or Thursdays 16:00-17:00 or upon request via faculty email.

http://meet.google.com/deq-edrq-bkk