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Hallelujah Lulie is PhD Candidate in Politics at the University of Oxford researching the nexus between nationalism and citizenship in the Horn of Africa. His research interest includes democratization, governance and social movements. Prior to Oxford, he was a senior visiting policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR). Hallelujah headed the Institute of Foreign Affairs (IFA), Ethiopian government’s prime strategic policy think-tank and he was member of the policy advising team at the Office of the Prime Minster of Ethiopia. Hallelujah studied Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) specializing on nationalism and democratization, and also holds degrees in Peace and Security Studies and Journalism and Communication from University for Peace (UPEACE) and Addis Ababa University respectively. His policy research experience includes the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), Amani Africa and the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). Hallelujah has published on democratization in Africa, the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) and state fragility and regional integration in the Horn of Africa. He made numerous high-level policy briefings and presentations to political and public leaders, and decision making bodies of the African Union. His expertise has been covered by The Economist, The New York Times, The Washington Post, the BBC, Al-Jazeera, Le Monde, Bloomberg, The Guardian, Reuters, Foreign Policy, and The Financial Times.

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