Rogelio Núñez

Rogelio Nuñez
Senior Research Fellow
6 articles published

Rogelio Núñez Castellano is Senior Research Fellow at the Elcano Royal Institute. Ph.D. in Contemporary History of Latin America from Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset (Madrid’s Universidad Complutense).

Lecturer of the master’s degree in Political Action, Citizen Participation and Institutional Strengthening the rule of law at the Francisco de Vitoria University (UFV-Spain), and the master’s degree in Communication and Political Marketing at the Institute of Latin American Studies of the University of Alcalá. Consultant at ATREVIA and Ceapi.

He has been a lecturer at several universities: Camilo José Cela (Spain), Universidad de los Andes (Chile) and Universidad Francisco Marroquín y Rafael Landívar (Guatemala). Professor of History of Law and economics at CEDEU, Center for University Studies-URJC (2015-16). Visiting professor at the Institute of Latin American Studies (IELAT) of the University of Alcalá (2017-2019). Deputy director of Infolatam, a publication focused on Latin American issues (2005-2017).


Research areas: expert in history and political and electoral processes in Latin America. His research areas are focused on the history and Latin American current political affairs.


Selected publications: Las relaciones chileno-brasileñas (with Ángel Soto y Cristián Garay, Ril Editores, 2012); “Brasil: Los Desafíos del Gigante Sudamericano” (in Las frágiles democracias sudamericanas, Ángel Soto y Paula Schmidt, comp., Cadal, 2008); Nuevas y Viejas misiones de las FFAA en América Latina” (en La creación de Unasur en el marco de la seguridad y la defensa, VV.AA, Ministerio de Defensa, 2010);  “Los retos del gobierno de Juan Manuel Santos” (en La Colombia de Álvaro Uribe, VV.AA, FAES, 2010); “El Salvador. Cambio en la continuidad en el cambio. Elecciones presidenciales en El Salvador 2014” (en Cambio político, desafección y elecciones en América Latina, Rosa Conde e Isabel Wences, eds., Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 2016).

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