Alberto Martinelli is Professor (Emeritus) of Political Science and Sociology at the University of Milan, Dean of the Political Sciences Faculty (1987-1999). President of the International Social Sciences Council. Past President of the International Sociological Association. President of the Fondazione AEM. Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic; Gold Medal from the City of Milan; Member of the Lombardy Institute of Sciences and Letters; editorialist for Corriere della Sera.
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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).
Shiraz Maher is Senior Associate Research Fellow at ISPI and Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) and a member of the War Studies Department at King’s College London.
Bojan Klacar is a head of Belgrade-based Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) and PhD researcher at Faculty of Political Science, Belgrade. He writes on elections, political communication and advertising. He was a member of the project team that set up the first ever series of televised parliamentary debates leading up to the May 2012 elections in Serbia. @BojanKlacar
Shelly Kittleson is a journalist who started out her career in Afghanistan and has in recent years reported extensively from Syria and Iraq. She has reported from numerous front lines in both countries, mostly as correspondent for Al Monitor.
Her reporting and analyses have also been published in Foreign Policy, Christian Science Monitor, Syria Deeply, Warscapes, London School of Economics Conflict Research Programme Blog, Il Foglio and other publications.
Jeff Kingston is Director of Asian Studies and Professor of History at Temple University (Japan campus). He is a Japan Focus associate.
He is the author of “Burma’s Despair,” Critical Asian Studies, 40:1 (March 2008), 3-43, several recent articles on East Timor, and Japan’s Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in the 21st Century (Routledge, 2004).
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.
Parag Khanna is a leading global strategy advisor, world traveler, and best-selling author.
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).