Martin Geller

BSc Economics

Having a long-standing interest in the Emerging Economies, he got involved with the Argenitnian society while at the London School of Economics, hosting events with Susana Malcorra, Secretary for Foreign Affairs; Luis Moreno-Ocampo, former Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court; amongst other reputable Argentine social figures.

A big fan of language learning – he speaks 5. In his spare time, you’d be equally likely to find him playing chess, piano or any sport.

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Pablo De Miguel

BSc International Relations

First Communication Officer of the LSE Student Union Latin American Society. He helped to establish the society’s solid foundation by representing it at the 2015 Latin American Business Forum, where he contacted figures such as former Uruguayan president Luis Alberto Lacalle. Currently he is pursuing his interests in Latin American politics by coordinating Polemica. His other main interests lie in the literary realm, being an avid reader and having a role in the LSE Literary Festival’s play ‘Leaving’.

In his free time you will find him immersed in the pages of Bolaño’s poetry and Murakami’s fiction, or fixed to a screen showing Malick’s ‘Badlands’.

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Facundo Rodriguez

BSc Politics and Philosophy

Chairman of the South American Politics and Argentine Society. He is a keen writer in topics ranging from literature, cinematography to education policies. He has participated in numerous publications and currently coordinates Polemica and Educar Sin Violencia. Interested – mainly – in the philosophical foundations of present politics, he has an ethical and literary approach to current affairs.

In his free time he gets lost in French and Argentine poetry while listening to Tango and Milonga, as a great lover of his home town, Buenos Aires. You can find him in the Shaw Library or boxing in badminton court, as well as goalkeeping for the LSE team.


A. C. Galina

MSc Psychological and Behavioural Science

I’m currently undertaking an MSc in Social and Public Communication at the London School of Economics and Political Science. I am interested in geopolitics. This motivated me to study International Relations and Business at the University of Richmond in the United States and spend summers working in Mexico, China, India and London. In London, I worked for the Mexican Trade and Investment ministry where I gained my first exposure to international public relations and public affairs.

Furthermore, I published a prize-winning paper on E-International Relations {E-IR} on President Bashar Al-Assad’s use of social media to influence public perceptions in the US: I also offered informal assistance in a French political campaign, outlining a foreign tourism and investment policy for a gubernatorial candidate. To gain further practical experience in communications, I spent the summer working for a PR firm, where I developed an understanding of how to manage public opinion.