I am a DPhil Candidate in Politics at Balliol College under the supervision of Professor Stathis Kalyvas. My research studies the determinants of insurgent success, with a regional focus on Latin America. Before joining the University of Oxford, I studied a MA in Social Sciences at Carlos III-Juan March Institute (Madrid). As well, I earned professional experience working as an intern at several international law firms, the European Commission and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Spain.
My research interests include:
- Comparative Politics and Government,
- Violence, security and conflict,
- Civil wars
- Kreiman, Guillermo, and Juan Masullo. 2020. ‘Who Shot the Bullets? Exposure to Violence and Attitudes Toward Peace: Evidence from the 2016 Colombian Referendum’. Latin American Politics and Society, 62(4), 24-49.
- Kreiman, Guillermo, and Mar C. Espadafor. 2019. ‘Unexpected Allies: The Impact of Terrorism on Organised Crime in Sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia’. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. First View.