Pablo Casado has been the leader of the opposition in Spain, president of the People’s Party, chairman of the Security and Education Committees at the Spanish Congress and vice chairman of the European Affairs Committee and the International Democratic Center.
He is a lawyer and an economist expert on foreign affairs and geostrategy. He was a nonresident fellow at the CTR- SAIS Johns Hopkins University Atlantic Basin Initiative, visiting professor at the Global Leadership and Competitiveness Program of Georgetown University, and member of the New Leaders for Europe group of the World Economic Forum. In 2010, he became one of the founders of the Friends of Israel initiative think-tank.
He holds a Law degree from the CES Cardenal Cisneros, and a Bachelor’ degree in Business Administration and Management and a Master’s degree in Administrative Law from the King Juan Carlos University.