Riccardo Dugulin

Riccardo Dugulin is passionate about Middle Eastern geopolitics, security issues, European integration and religion. He is currently an Analyst in charge of the European desk at Drum Cussac, for which he advises clients on security risks. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Sciences Po’s Menton campus before graduating from Sciences Po Paris’ School of International Affairs. At the Hudson Institute in Washington DC, the Gulf Research Center in Dubai and the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut, he was able to work on European affairs in the Middle East and on relations with public actors. Riccardo Dugulin has also been a speaker and lecturer at major conferences and workshops such as the Vesalius College’s Executive Training in Global Risk Analysis, the Atlantic Treaty Association in Brussels, and NATO’s Advanced Research Workshop.