Bruno Cardoso Reis



Is Assistant Professor at ISCTE-IUL and associate Researcher at the King’s College. He got a BA in History from the University of Lisbon, a MA in Historical Studies from the University of Cambridge and a PhD in War Studies from the King’s College. He also lectures at the Nova Lisbon University and collaborates with the CEHR of the Catholic University. He belongs to the International Studies Association, the British International Studies Association and the London Institute for International and Strategic Studies. He published extensively on history and international relations; his work Salazar e o Vaticano (Lisbon: ICS, 2007) received the Book Prizes Vítor de Sá and Aristides de Sousa Mendes. His current fields of interest include history and theory of international relations, colonialism and decolonization, strategy and non-conventional conflicts, foreign and defence policy, religions and international security.