Journalist, writer and photograph. Now in Barcelona (Spain). Analyst in European Union, Economics and International Affairs for the Spanish newspaper El Periódico. Former correspondent for European and NATO Affairs in Brussels (Belgium) during two decades. Licentiate degree in History from the University of Barcelona (Spain) and with diplomes in Arab World, Africa, Security in Europe and International Relations from the Barcelona Center for International Affairs (CIDOB). Eliseo Oliveras received the Prize of European Journalism Salvador de Maradiaga in 2003 and the Prize Ernest Udina of European Trajectory in 2014.
Eliseo Oliveras has published several photos in different reportages in El Periódico and in the Richard Harris’s book Hidden Cancún and the Yucatán. He has written the novel Una mujer legendaria (in Spanish) and the recompilation of shorts stories Noches y días (in Spanish), and he is one of the authors of the collective book Iraq en clave global, edited by the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain). More details the web: eliseooliveras.com.