AP People – Jonathan Delaney

Jonathan Delaney joined Atlantic Partnership (AP) in April 2008. Prior to becoming an AP Panelist, Jonathan served as a Project Manager, responsible for external event networking and Washington program support.

Jonathan has a long-standing involvement in politics and international relations, and has worked/studied in Belgium, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States. Prior to joining AP, Jonathan worked for the Conservative Party in the European Parliament, specializing in foreign policy, security and defense issues.  He has also been employed as a Research Analyst focusing on country-risk for ITOCHU, a leading Japanese conglomerate, and assisted at the Washington D.C. office of the Confederation of British Industry.

He has contributed to a number of articles in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal Europe, European Foundation, Turkish Policy Quarterly, Conservative Way Forward and New Europe.

Jonathan has a Masters Degree in Modern History from the University of Oxford and a Masters Degree in International Relations and International Economics from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).

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