andreabartoliAndrea Bartoli serves as a senior fellow at the Agirre Center. He is an international conflict resolution expert who has served in key academic and diplomatic positions for more than two decades. Dr. Bartoli served as the dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University from 2013-2019. Prior to his appointment, Bartoli served as dean of George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR). Dr. Bartoli has been involved in many successful conflicts resolution programs on four continents over the past decades, especially as the representative of the Community of Sant’Egidio to the United Nations and the United States. Dr. Bartoli founded and directed the Center for International Conflict Resolution (CICR) at Columbia University where he remains a Senior Research Scholar and teaches courses on conflict resolution. While at CICR, he held the chair of the Columbia University Seminar on Conflict Resolution and served as the faculty coordinator of the Columbia University Conflict Resolution Network. Moreover, after being its Senior Vice President for many years, Dr. Bartoli has been the special representative of the Community of Sant’ Egidio to the United Nations, beginning with the Mozambique peace process (1990–1992). He has played this role in numerous other peacemaking processes, including those in Guatemala (1995), Algeria (1995), Kosovo (1998), Burundi (1999-2000), Democratic Republic of the Congo (1996-current).