Ambassador Carlo Marsili is ISPI Senior Scientific Advisor. He graduated in Political Sciences at the University of Padua and then took part in the military service in the Air Force section and thus enthered the Diplomatic Career in 1970.
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Emanuela Mangiarotti is lecturer of History of India and Southeast Asia at the University of Pavia. Her research focuses on Indian politics and society, gender and conflicts and ethnopolitical conflicts. She obtained her PhD in International Conflict Analysis from the University of Kent (Brussels School of International Studies).
Tuğba Evrim Maden, who completed her undergraduate study at Hacettepe University Department of Hydrogeological Engineering, did her master's degree at Hacettepe University Hydropolitics and Strategic Research Center. In 2010, she received her Ph.D. from Ankara University, Institute of Social Sciences, which was entitled “EU Water Framework Directive, Transboundary Rivers – Case Study: Maritsa (Meriç) River. She worked at the Center for Middle Eastern Strategic Studies (ORSAM) - Water Research Programme as a Hydropolitics Researcher between December 2010 - April 2015.
Marc Lazar is a French Professor of Political History and Sociology, the director of the Center for History at Sciences Po (Paris) and the President of the Advisory Board of this University. He is also the President of the School of Government at Luiss University.
Marco Lanna got his Master in Architecture in Rome in 2008, and engaged right after in a PhD, promoting in 2014 with a thesis on vitality of urban spaces. Since 2010 he lives in the Netherlands and works at KAAN Architecten, where he leads complex urban projects. Since 2020 he sits in the office management.
Giovanna Labartino lavora come Senior Economist presso il Centro Studi Confindustria, dove si occupa di tematiche relative al mercato del lavoro e alla distribuzione del reddito. Insegna metodi quantitativi per l’analisi delle politiche pubbliche alla LUISS. Si è laureata in Discipline economiche e sociali presso l'Università Bocconi. Nel 2005 ha conseguito un master in Economics all'Università di Essex e, nel 2010, un Ph.D in Economics presso l'Università Bocconi. È stata post-doc all'Università di Padova.
Young-gui Kim is the Director of the Research Planning & Coordination Department and the Chair of the Strategic Committee at the Korea Institute for Economic Policy (KIEP). His main research interests comprise Econometric Modelling, Regional Trade Agreements and the Economic Analysis of RTAs. He holds a PhD in Economics from Michigan State University, and Bachelor and Master’s degrees also in Economics from Hanyang University.
Timothy E. Kaldas is a non-resident fellow at TIMEP focusing on political analysis. His research interests include transitional politics in Egypt, regime survival strategies, and US-Egyptian relations. Beyond Egypt, his research examines the social and political history of sectarianism in Iraq, US policy towards the Arab-Israeli conflict, and discrimination against Muslim Europeans, particularly in France. He is a visiting professor at Nile University in Cairo. Mr. Kaldas holds an MA in Arab Studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.
Dr Marcin Kaczmarski is a lecturer in the School of Social & Political Sciences, University of Glasgow. In his research, Marcin focuses on Russia-China relations, comparative regionalism, Russia’s foreign and security policy and the role of rising powers in international politics. He is currently finalising a research project that compares Russia’s Eurasian Union and China’s New Silk Road. Marcin is the author of Russia-China relations in the post-crisis international order (Routledge 2015).
Dr. Grace Jaramillo is currently a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at University of British Columbia, Department of Political Science. She has been a professor at the Latin American Faculty for Social Sciences –FLACSO- where she was also the chair of the Department of International Relations from 2007 to 2010. As a former member of the Ecuadorian Council of Foreign Relations, she was member of the Carter Center’s initiative “The Bi-National Group for Dialogue” to promote peace and mutual understanding between Ecuador and Colombia.