Cameron Bell is currently a doctoral candidate at Panteion University in the Department of International, European, and Area Studies, adjunct instructor at Hellenic American University (HAU), and resident research fellow at the Institute for International Relations (IDIS), Athens, Greece. He specializes in and teaches courses on the contemporary history of the Eastern Mediterranean and transregional issues of cooperation and conflict, such as energy. From 2018 - 2020, Cameron was associate director at Veracity, a risk advisory firm, where he provided corporate and private equity clients with transaction due diligence in the EMEA region. Prior to Veracity, Cameron was a visiting fellow at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani, where he conducted field research on energy pipelines and subsequently presented his work in Iraq, Israel, and Egypt. Previously, Cameron was associate at Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC Group) and focused on project delivery and digital transformation in the construction sector. From 2009 - 2011, Cameron worked at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, for senior fellow Dr. Condoleezza Rice, serving as teaching assistant, aide, and researcher on international politics and security. He began his career as an intern in the Bush White House. Cameron holds a Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University, a Master of Public Policy from the University of Oxford (Balliol College), and a Bachelor of Arts with honors, also from Stanford University.