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Tarek Megerisi

Policy Fellow

Languages: English, Arabic
Areas of Expertise: Libyan affairs; politics, governance and development in the Arab world

Tarek Megerisi is a policy fellow with the North Africa and Middle East programme at the European Council on Foreign Relations. He is a political analyst and researcher who specialises in Libyan affairs and more generally politics, governance and development in the Arab world. 

Megerisi started his career in Tripoli, Libya with the Sadeq Institute and various INGOs providing diverse research and democratisation assistance to Libya’s post-revolutionary authorities between 2012-2014.

Megerisi returned to London in 2014 and has since been working freelance as an analyst and researcher, advising on Libya policy to a range of international missions to Libya, commentating on Libyan developments for publications like Foreign Policy, and co-authoring policy briefs or assisting with the Libya programming of a variety of think-tanks. He has also authored commissioned papers for organisations such as WPF and the Legatum Institute and contributed to wider publications for journals like ISPI. In 2017 he was part of the UN OHCHR team to update the Pinheiro Principles on Home, Land & Property Rights for the Middle East.


Latest from Tarek Megerisi

  • Libya after Haftar?

    Tarek Megerisi - 18 April 2018

    Haftar’s weakening position will have ramifications for the stability of Eastern Libya, the activities of regional states that have based their policy on him, and on the diplomatic efforts to unify Libya’s fragmented political and security actors.


    Action points for Europe after the Libya deal

    Tarek Megerisi, Mattia Toaldo - 11 August 2015

    How the EU can move on from a deal to support a peaceful post-revolution politics in Libya


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