Davide Borsani is an Associate Research Fellow at ISPI and Post-Ph.D. Research Fellow at the Catholic University of Milan, where he is currently researching on the Atlantic community in contemporary history. He completed his Ph.D. in Institutions and Politics at the Catholic University in 2015, where he is also a Teaching Assistant for the courses "History of International Relations and Institutions", "History of Treaties and International Politics" and "History of Political Relations between North America and Europe".
His research interests are mainly focused on transatlantic relations in history and today, particularly NATO, the US-UK relationship and American grand strategy. Davide participated to the International Congress of Military History several times as a guest speaker as a delegation member of the Italian Ministry of Defence. He also works as the Academic Assistant to the President of the International Commission of Military History (ICMH).
As a scholar, he published “La NATO e la guerra al terrorismo durante la presidenza di Bush”, Rome, 2012, and "La special relationship anglo-americana e la guerra delle Falkland", Florence, 2015. In 2010, he participated as civilian Subject Matter Expert in the crisis management exercises "Eagle Meteor" and "Noble Light" conducted by the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Italy (NRDC-ITA).