Matteo Colombo is an ISPI Associate Research Fellow in the MENA Centre and junior researcher at Clingendael's Conflict Research Unit. He obtained a PhD in Political Studies at the University of Milan (NASP Consortium), with a thesis on the Twitter discourse about IS in Arabic. He holds a bachelor degree in Philosophy from the Catholic University of Milan, a Master in International Relations from Oxford Brookes and a Master in Middle East Politics from SOAS, University of London. He also holds a Master Degree in journalism at IULM University in Milan.
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Chiara A. Cascino was Research Assistant at the ISPI's MENA Center. She holds a BA in Modern Languages (English, Spanish and Arabic) from the University of Palermo and a MA in Arab and Islamic Studies from the University of Naples “L’Orientale”. She is also concluding a Master’s Degree in Economics and Institutions of Islamic Countries at the School of Government of the LUISS University, Rome. Her research interests focus on the history, institutions and society of Middle East and North Africa and the trends of contemporary Islam.
Giovanni Carbone (PhD, London School of Economics) is Head of the ISPI Africa Programme and Professor of Political Science at the Università degli Studi di Milano. His research focus is the comparative study of politics, geopolitics and economic development in sub-Saharan Africa, with particular regard to political institutions.
Kerry Brown is Professor of Chinese Studies and Director of the Lau China Institute at King's College, London. From 2012 to 2015 he was Professor of Chinese Politics and Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, Australia. Prior to this, he worked at Chatham House from 2006 to 2012, as Senior Fellow and then Head of the Asia Programme.
Sara Bazoobandi is a non-resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and an associate at the German Institute of Global and Area Studies. Prior to this, she was a senior lecturer in international political economy at Regent’s University London and a visiting scholar at the Middle East Institute of the National University of Singapore. Bazoobandi has contributed to various global research projects on political, economic, and social affairs of the Middle East and North Africa.
Bai Shaima Baraguir is an independent scholar and a peace practitioner from the Philippines. Her areas of expertise include research, strategic planning, and conflict analysis. Bam has more than ten years of experience working on conflict in Southeast Asia. Her work on the Bangsamoro conflict includes being part of the Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Team of the Government of the Philippines-Moro Islamic Liberation Front (GPH-MILF) International Monitoring Team (IMT) and the Conflict Management Team of The Asia Foundation-Philippines.
Dr. Pavel K. Baev is a Research Professor at the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO). He is also a Senior Non-Resident Fellow at the Brookings Institution (Washington DC) and a Senior Research Associate at the Institut Francias des Relations Internationales (IFRI, Paris).
Plator Avdiu is Researcher at the Kosovar Centre for Security Studies (KCSS), a Kosovo-based think tank specialized in the security area. Since 2014, he is engaged in national and regional projects led by KCSS on the topics of police and defence integrity, Kosovo’s membership into Euro-Atlantic structures and international security organizations as well as on Horizon 2020 projects of the European Commission. He is author and co-author of several publications and research analysis of the KCSS on security and defence related topics.
Eleonora Ardemagni is an ISPI Associate Research Fellow. Her research analysis focuses on political and security issues in Yemen and the Gulf monarchies, and on Arab military forces.
Teaching Assistant at the Catholic University of Milan (MSc courses “Regional Studies Middle East”/ “History of Islamic Asia”; “New Conflicts: History, Strategy and Narrative”) and of Brescia (BA “History and Institutions of Asian and African Countries”).