Francis Ghilès

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(journalist, propagandist, deep state operative, terror expert)
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BornNovember 1944
NationalityFrench
Alma materUniversity of Grenoble, St Antony's College (Oxford), University of Keele
Member ofInstitute for Statecraft, Institute for Statecraft/Tor team, Integrity Initiative/Cluster/Leaders, Integrity Initiative/Cluster/Spain
Interests • Algeria
• Tunisia
• Middle East
• energy
• “terrorism”
Trilingual journalist who has been published since the 1990s on topics including "terrorism". He wrote in 2016 that "we are nowhere close to the end of the War on Terror". Institute for Statecraft.

Employment.png Research Assistant

In office
1967 - 1968
To Pierre Mendès (Mayor of Grenoble)

Francis Ghilès is a member of the Institute for Statecraft. He is a member of the IfS "TOR Team" with a reported 25 years of experience. His job title is listed as "Forensic research" and his other roles as "Other role Russia energy and infowar link between Europe and MENA".[1]

Career

In 1967 Ghilès was a Research Assistant to Pierre Mendès (Mayor of Grenoble).

His Linkedin page states "Trilingual political scientist who through eighteen years at the Financial Times reporting on international capital markers and North Africa built up extensive experience and contacts throughout the Western Mediterranean, the UK, the USA, Japan and Europe, especially France and Spain. Analyses emerging security, political and denergy trands and connects themm to European, US and North African policy priorities".

Publications

Ghilès has written for a range of commercially-controlled media outlies such as the Financial Times (for 18 years),[2] Le Monde, Berfrois,[3] The New York Times and El Pais.

"Terrorism"

Ghilès has been published in a variety of commercially-controlled media about "terrorism" for over 25 years,[4] especially in France.[5][6][7]

“Fifteen years after 9/11 we are nowhere close to the end of the War on Terror... ISIS is a long-term threat to the region and the outside world.”
Francis Ghilès (26/06/2016)  [8]

Central banking

A December 2018 piece for Middle East Eye was entitled A strong central bank can save Tunisia's economic and democratic model.[9]



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