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Manuel Reinert

International Relations (PhD)

Manuel Reinert’s research deals with international designation and sanction policies, focusing on the theoretical and policy implications of terrorist designation lists and targeted financial sanctions. He worked with the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the French Institute for Research in Africa (Nigeria) from 2012 to 2014, and is a consultant for the World Bank Group. Manuel holds an MPhil in World History and International Relations and a BA in History, both from the Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris.

Publications:

“Boko Haram: A Chronology” in Pérouse de Monclos, M.A. (ed.). Boko Haram: Islamism, Politics, Security and the State in Nigeria. Leiden: ASC West African Politics and Society Series. 2014.

With Chouin, G., and Apard, E. “Religion and body count in the Boko Haram crisis” in Pérouse de Monclos, M.A. (ed.). Boko Haram: Islamism, Politics, Security and the State in Nigeria. Leiden: ASC West African Politics and Society Series. 2014.

Newspaper Articles:

“Here is what happened in the first round of France’s presidential elections, and what happens next,” Monkey Cage, Washington Post . April 24, 2017.
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