PS21 is delighted to announce the following ten new Global Fellows.
“With PS21 now still less than two months old, I’m delighted to be announcing these new fellows,” said Peter Apps, Executive Director of PS21. “Several – including Nancy Okail from the Tahrir Institute and Marina Prentoulis from the Greek ruling party Syriza – have already been involved in panel discussions for us. I’m also particularly pleases to be adding to leading Russian experts as fellows. PS21 is very committed to showcasing a range of viewpoints and remaining non-national, non-partisan and non-ideological. We will be adding other fellows from elsewhere in the world soon.”
Joseph Walker-Cousins. Former advisor to the UK’s Special Envoy & Head of the British Embassy Office in Benghazi. Director, Middle East Business Development KBR UK Ltd.
Alexey Dolinskiy. International relations and public policy scholar and consultant and partner at Capstone Connections
Darya Pilram. Field anthropologist/social scientist with US Military. Current lecturer at University of Foreign Military and Cultural Studies, Fort Leavenworth
Marina Prentoulis. London spokesperson for Greek ruling party, Syriza. Senior Lecturer at University of East Anglia
Robert Colvile. News Director at Buzzfeed UK
Sandy Schumann. Wiener-Anspach Post-doctoral Research Fellow in social psychology at the University of Oxford
Dr.Vasily Kashin. Senior Researcher, CAST. Former deputy chief, RIA Novosti, Beijing.
Alison Wakefield. Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth and Head of Research Directorate, Security Institute
Nancy Okail. Executive Director, The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
Patrick Bury. Former Captain in the British Army Royal Irish Regiment. Currently a PhD Candidate at theUniversity of Exeter’s Strategy and Security Institute