Name: Felipe Pathé Duarte
Occupation: Professor, researcher, author
Areas of expertise: International relations, Security Studies
Felipe Pathé Duarte is assistant professor at the Higher Institute of Police Sciences and Internal Security (Lisbon), and consultant/researcher at VisionWare (for Geopolitical analysis). He is a post-doc researcher at the OBSERVARE – Autonomous University of Lisbon, with a project on euro-Mediterranean security. Felipe is also an analyst for international security at RTP, the public service broadcasting.
He holds a PhD and a MA in Political Science and International Relations from the Institute of Political Studies of the Catholic University of Portugal, and he graduated in Philosophy in the University of Coimbra. Felipe was a research fellow at the Oxford University (St. Antony’s College) and at the Counterterrorism and Homeland Security Program of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, in Washington DC. He was also a fellow at the Seminar for European Counterterrorism Experts in Israel. Felipe integrates the European Expert Network on Terrorism Issues.
Felipe has published in national and international scientific journals. In 2007 he published his first book, on post-Cold War Terrorism (“No Crepúculo da Razão – Considerações Sobre o Terrorismo Pós-Guerra Fria”; Ed. Prefácio, 223p.). In September 2015 he published the second, “Global Jihadism: from Words to Deeds” (Ed. Marcador: 311p.), on jihadi strategic thinking. And he is writing another on political violence, insurgency and terrorism. Felipe is an invited lecturer at the Portuguese Institute of National Defence and at various training courses of the Armed Forces and the Security Services. He is also a visiting professor at the General Staff Course and at the Joint Promotion Course General Officer at the Portuguese Institute of Higher Military Studies.