Mohamed-Ali Adraoui is a Political Scientist and a Historian of International Relations.
After a PhD at Sciences Po Paris (2011), he has held academic positions at the European University Institute (Max Weber Fellow, 2013-2015) and the National University of Singapore (Senior Fellow at the Middle East Institute, 2015-2017).
He is now a Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellow at the LSE Centre for International Studies after two years at the Edmund A.School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University (2017-2019).
His fields of research have to do with Middle East Politics, Radicalism, Political Islam and the US Foreign Policy.
He has recently published 'Salafism Goes Global' at Oxford University Press, and is currently working on a book dealing with the history of the US foreign policy towards the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood.
His articles have been published in journals such as: International Affairs, International Politics, Journal of Historical Sociology, Mediterranean Politics and the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.