Valeria Talbot

Presentation

Valeria Talbot is Senior Researcher and head of the Mediterranean and Middle East Programme. She is member of the steering committee and ISPI scientific coordinator of Arab Trans, a FP7 funded consortium on political and social transformations in the Arab world. She is Lecturer of Middle East History at IULM University in Milan. She is scientific coordinator of the “Med and Gulf Executive Briefing” Project. She has contributed to a variety of research projects and published a number of papers, articles and book contributions. from 2007 to 2012 she was Associate Editor of the ISPI review Quaderni di Relazioni Internazionali.

Before joining ISPI she worked at the University of Catania and at the European Parliament in Brussels. She holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Catania and a M.Phil. in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.

She has contributed to a variety of research projects and published a number of papers, articles and book contributions.

 

Contacts

Tel : +39 02 86 33 13 265
E-mail: valeria.talbot@ispionline.it


Languages

Italian English French Spanish


Books and papers

Gulf monarchies' role in the new MENA region, in C. Altomonte-M. Ferrara (eds.), The economic and political aftermath of the Arab spring. Perspectives from Middle East and North Africa countries, Edward Elgar, 2014.

"Politics, International Relations and Cooperation in the Mediterranean Area", M. Ferrara, R. Mavilia, V. Talbot (eds), Rubbettino, 2013, ISBN 9788849837759

"The Gulf States’ Political and Economic Role in the Mediterranean", in IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook, 2011

 

"GCC Economic Presence in the Mediterranean and Outlook for EU-GCC Cooperation"GMF- IAI Mediterranean Paper series, December 2010

 

Expertise: 

Euro-Mediterranean relations

Mediterranean political and security issues

Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy

Gulf Cooperation Council

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