Languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Irish
Areas of Expertise: Political economy of Egypt and the Maghreb
Chloe is Programme Coordinator for ECFR's Middle East and North Africa Programme, which she joined in August 2016, shortly after completing her MA in Arab Studies at Georgetown University in Washington DC, where she focused on the political economy of the MENA region, with a focus on Egypt and the Maghreb.
This followed 2 years working with Studio Emad Eddin Foundation in Cairo, where she lead on the planning and implementation of an international arts festival in Downtown Cairo. She has also worked with the UNHCR Office in Ireland and at Trinity College Dublin.
Chloe earned her BA in history and political science from Trinity College Dublin and spent a year studying at the Institut des Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris. She was a speaker at TEDxRoma Mediterranean Carousel in 2015 .
Chloe Teevan - 19 November 2018
Greater numbers of migrants arriving in Spain from Morocco has put both states under pressure, but the partnership could set a good strategy on migration
Chloe Teevan - 08 October 2018
North African governments may feel they have the EU over a barrel on migration flows. But Europe must set tough conditions on any new aid it gives to them
Chloe Teevan - 16 March 2018
Morocco’s recent ascension to the African Union’s Peace and Security Council is an important indication of its rising influence on the African stage. But the EU overlooks Morocco’s rival Algeria at its peril.
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