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Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs 2018/19 Fellows The Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs extends a warm welcome to our new cadre of fellows. They will each undertake a research project and participate in the Academy’s Leadership Programme. We wish them every success in their work over the coming months.

Dr Rustam Anshba Rustam’s research will explore the prospects for transforming the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. He will be hosted by the Russia and Eurasia Programme. His fellowship is supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. Rita Dayoub Rita will analyse attacks against healthcare systems during conflicts in Syria and South Sudan. She will be hosted by the Centre on Global Health Security. Her fellowship is supported by the Asfari Foundation. Isabel Dunstan Isabel’s research will focus on digital literacy among women as a means to counter radicalisation and intolerance in Indonesia. She will be hosted by the Asia-Pacific Programme. Her fellowship is supported by Mr Richard Hayden. Sophia Ignatidou Sophia will examine the political and security implications of Artificial Intelligence. She will be hosted by the International Security Department. Her fellowship is supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

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Ms Natasha Kimani Anna’s research will examine the current media landscape in Ukraine and its transformative potential. She will be hosted by the Russia and Eurasia Programme. Her fellowship is supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. Damir Kurtagic Damir will research the challenges and possibilities of private sector engagement in Sub-Saharan Africa. He will be hosted by the Africa Programme. His fellowship is supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. Zaki Mehchy Zaki will research the role and dynamics of non-state actors in Syria and their relationship with state institutions. He will be hosted by the Middle East and North Africa Programme. His fellowship is supported by the Asfari Foundation. Anne Nyambane Anne will examine the synergies and trade-offs involved in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She will be hosted by the Energy, Environment and Resources Department. Her fellowship is supported by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.

For information about the Queen Elizabeth II Academy, our fellows, and future fellowship opportunities, please visit: www.chathamhouse.org/academy

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