Matt Ince is an Associate Fellow at RUSI, with a particular focus on Latin American politics and security.
Matt previously worked as Project Manager for International Security Studies at RUSI, where he was responsible for contributing towards the Institutes regional coverage of Latin America and managing the planning, organisation and delivery of a number of RUSI conferences and events. Matt regularly writes for RUSI on Latin American politics and security.
His research interests also include counter-terrorism; counter-insurgency; UK foreign, defence and security policy; and the study of sub-state political violence in Latin America and the Caribbean, with his most recent research focusing on the on-going peace process with the FARC and the disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) of left-wing guerrilla groups in Colombia.
Matt holds an MA in Geopolitics and Grand Strategy and a BA (Hons) in International Relations from the University of Sussex. He is also a PRINCE2 Practitioner, having qualified from the University of Westminster Business School in July 2012.
Prior to joining RUSI, Matt previously worked for a Member of Parliament and held a number of positions at the University of Sussex.