Mediterranean Dialogue Fellow
Dr Eyal Rubinson
Dr Eyal Rubinson is a MED Fellow at the NATO Defense College, focusing on the role of human rights and democracy in NATO enlargement. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Tel Aviv University (2016) and M.A in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (cum laude). Before joining NATO Defense College, he was a Postdoctoral Associate Fellow at the Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace (Hebrew University), 2016-2018; Senior Research Fellow at the Harold Hartog School (Tel Aviv University), 2012-2014; and Senior Fellow at Israel's Citizens' Empowerment Center (CECI), 2012-2015.
Dr Rubinson's current research interests are: multilateralism and norms in international politics; IO enlargement negotiations; Israel’s foreign and security policy and politics of sovereign debt management. Current projects under review include: "Perceived to Slack: Securitization and Multilateral Treaty Ratification in Israel" (with Dr Tal Sadeh); “Are EU Institutions Vehicles of Domination?" (with Dr Tal Sadeh and Yoav Raskin); "Do the IMF and World Bank Promote Autonomous Sovereign Debt Management?” (with Dr Tal Sadeh).