PhD in Postcolonialisms and Global Citizenship at the University of Coimbra (Portugal). She holds a Master’s Degree in Citizenship and Human Rights: Ethics and Politics at the University of Barcelona (2010) and a European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation at the European Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (2005), undertaken in Italy and Denmark. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law at UB (2004). Since 2011, she is a researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra.
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Alvin Y.H. Cheung is a J.S.D. Candidate at New York University School of Law and a Non-Resident Affiliated Scholar at NYU’s U.S.-Asia Law Institute. His doctoral project, “Abusive Legalism,” addresses the systematic abuse of sub-constitutional legal norms and institutions by authoritarian regimes. He holds degrees from NYU (LL.M. in International Legal Studies, 2014) and Cambridge (M.A. 2011), and has worked in Hong Kong as a barrister and as a lecturer in Law & Public Affairs at Hong Kong Baptist University.
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.
Maria Bombardieri, PhD in Scienze sociali: interazioni, comunicazione, costruzioni culturali - Università degli Studi di Padova, dove è docente a contratto alla Laurea magistrale in Culture, formazione e società globale. È membro del Consiglio scientifico del Centro interuniversitario Culture, Diritti e Religioni - FIDR. Tra i suoi interessi di ricerca: moschee e associazionismo islamico, radicalizzazione e ISIS, branding islamico. Ha pubblicato Donne italiane dell’Isis. Jihad, amore e potere (Guida editori, 2018), Moschee d’Italia.
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.
Ambassador Giancarlo Aragona is a member of ISPI Scientific Committee. From 2011 to 2016 he was President of ISPI. After graduating in Law at the University of Messina, he joined the Italian Diplomatic Service in 1969. In 1972 he was appointed Second Secretary at the Italian Embassy in Vienna as a press officer. In 1974, he was posted as Consul in Freiburg in Breisgau (Germany).In 1977 he was appointed Counsellor and Deputy Chief of Mission at the Italian Embassy in Lagos (Nigeria).
Aaron Anfinson is a Director at Critica Research and Analysis in Washington, DC. He investigates issues of counterterrorism, post-conflict response and US foreign policy. He received his doctorate at the University of Hong Kong where he also worked as a reportage photographer, documenting ongoing challenges to democratic representation.
Chris Alden teaches International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is a Research Associate with South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA).