Researcher and professor
Master’s in International Relations from Yale University and Degree in Law from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is a senior researcher at the More in Common organisation (United Kingdom) and an associate professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Her main fields of study are social and political polarisation, the rise of authoritarian populism, conflicts, political violence and human rights. She has worked as a consultant to the UN in Ghana and Colombia.
Articles by Míriam Juan-Torres
The surfacing of far-right or so-called “authoritarian populist” political parties in the United States and in some parts of Europe seems to be contradictory, as they...
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