Nima Khorrami is a Research Associate at The Arctic Institute. His areas of research and expertise revolve around soft power, maritime, and geopolitical issues in the Persian Gulf, Horn of Africa and the Arctic. Nima has written extensively on the Persian Gulf and geopolitics in the region for the Guardian, Al Jazeera, and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace among others. At The Arctic Institute, his research is mainly focused on Sweden’s Arctic policy, Arctic transport and logistic, and the Persian Gulf states evolving interest in the High North.
Previously, Nima has worked as a political risk consultant and researcher for the UKDF, BASIC, and Transnational Crisis Project, op-ed columnist, and marketing manger in Europe and the Middle East. Nima is a proud alumni of both Nottingham University and the London School of Economics and Political Science.
- Deadlock on the Nile July 22, 2020