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Jose Vericat

Adviser | vericat@ipinst.org

Jose joined IPI in May 2011 to work on the Middle East program.

Before joining IPI, Jose worked for several years in press relations at the European Council. Previously, he served as a reporter for international desk at the Spanish News Agency EFE.

Jose received his M.A. from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.



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