Andrea Manciulli is Senior Associate Research Fellow at ISPI. He is Head of Italy’s Delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly (NATO PA, 2014-2018) and since November 2017 he is President of the NATO PA-GSM (Mediterranean and Middle East Special Group). From 2015 to 2017 he was Rapporteur of NATO PA-GSM in charge of the reports on: "Daesh: the challenge to regional and international security", "The expansion of Daesh to Libya and the Western Mediterranean" and "ISIL/DAESH and al-Qaeda threat to Europe".
As Italian politician he served as Deputy Chairperson of Italy’s Chamber of deputies Committee on Foreign Affairs from 2013 to 2018; in 2015 he was rapporteur on the counter-terrorism Government decree at the Chamber of Deputies; from 2013 to 2018 he was rapporteur on the Italian missions abroad Law decree; in January 2016 he proposed a new bill introducing measures to counter jihadist radicalization; from 2013 to 2018 he was President of the Italian-France Interparliamentary Friendship Association.
He has published widely on jihadist radicalisation, terrorism and counterterrorism and also on foreign relations, transatlantic relations, national security and European defence. He is author of the book "Sconfiggere il terrorismo. L'evoluzione della minaccia jihadista e gli strumenti legislativi di contrasto".
He is a featured guest on Italian and foreign radio and television programs.
A native of Italy (Piombino, Tuscany, 1969), and fluent in French, Andrea Manciulli holds a degree on Modern History from the University of Pisa and studied Social History and Military History at the "École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales" (EHESS) in Paris. Andrea Manciulli was also Managing Director of the Fondazione Italia-USA.