Alejandro Amigo Tossi, Professor at the United States Army War College
Master in Security Studies, Georgetown University; Chilean Army Colonel, and Professor at the United States Army War College
Former peacekeeper in the United Nations Forces in Cyprus, where he led the first Chilean Army regular troops into a UN Mission. After graduating as Suma Cum Laude in the Chilean War College in 2010, he got a scholarship to study the Security Studies Program of the “Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service”, ranked by Foreign Policy Magazine as number one among the International Relations Master programs in the US. During his studies in Washington, he also studied a Certificate in Humanitarian Emergencies in the Institute for the Study of International Migration of the same School.
Currently, Alejandro Amigo is a Foreign Faculty in the United States Army War College, where he teaches courses in Latin America Security and South America Regional Studies. Currently he is researching the Union of South American Nations Organization’s downfall in 2018, as part of the complex regionalism dynamics in that subcontinent. In addition, he is a visiting professor at the Chilean War College and the National Academy of Political and Strategic Studies, an institute that depends on the Ministry of Defense.