Raimondo Neironi, PhD, is a teaching assistant at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan. His PhD thesis focused on the U.S. contribution to Southeast Asian regionalism during the 1960s. Previously, he interned at the ISPI as Editorial Assistant. Raimondo holds a BA in Political Science and International Relations, and an MA in International Politics and Diplomacy, both from the University of Padua. His current research interests include Cold War in Southeast Asia, U.S.-China diplomatic relations and Philippines’ foreign policy.
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Antonella Mori is Head of the ISPI Latin America Programme. Ph.D. in Economics at the Catholic University of Milan; MSc in Economics of Latin America, University of London and BA in Economics and Social Sciences at Bocconi University. She teaches Macroeconomics and Economic Prospects at Bocconi University and Macroeconomics and Political Economy at the Master's course in Diplomacy at ISPI. In 2011 she received an official award from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for having favoured the strengthening of Italian-Latin American relations.
Giacomo Montrasio was a Research Trainee for the Europe and Global Governance Centre. He previously worked in private companies, in charge of the internationalization process. After a bachelor in International and European Studies, he obtained a MA degree in International Relations at the University of Milan. He holds a MBA from Luiss Business School and he has recently concluded ISPI’s Master in Diplomacy.
Rory Medcalf is the Head of the National Security College. He has more than two decades of experience across diplomacy, intelligence analysis, think tanks and journalism, including a formative role as Director of the International Security Program at the Lowy Institute. His research areas include Australia's security challenges, the further development of an Indo-Pacific concept of the Asian strategic environment, China-India relations, and prospects for maritime and nuclear stability in Indo-Pacific Asia.
Luigi Martino (PhD) teaches Cyber Security and ICT Policies at the School of Political Science “Cesare Alfieri” at the University of Florence and he is the coordinator of the Center for Cyber Security and International Relations Studies (CCSIRS) a specialized observatory of the CSSII. He obtained the PhD at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa with a research project focused on the protection of critical infrastructures from cyber attacks in Italy through a public-private partnership model.
Sena Marić is a Senior Researcher and Programme Manager at the European Policy Centre (CEP), Belgrade. She oversees strategic development and the activities implemented within the Europe and Us programme area. Her main areas of expertise are EU enlargement policy, EU affairs and decision-making and civil society empowerment. She also works as external associate on research projects related to EU’s conditionality policy in the rule of law as well as asylum policies. Prior to CEP, Sena worked for the think tank European Stability Initiative in Brussels.
Maria Mancinelli is Programme Manager of the Freedom of Religion or Belief & Foreign Policy Initiative at the University of Sussex, and part-time Assistant Research Fellow for the ‘Religions and International Relations’ Programme promoted by ISPI. A native of Akron, Ohio, she holds a BA in International Studies and Latin American Studies from Miami University and MA in Migration Studies from the University of Sussex, with a dissertation on the Humanitarian Corridors initiative in Italy.
Paolo Maria Leo Cesare Maggiolini is a Research Fellow and Lecturer in History of Islamic Asia at the Catholic University of Milan and Associate Research Fellow at ISPI. His research are mainly focused on religion and politics in the Middle East and Mediterranean context, with particular concentration on Israel, Iraq, Jordan and Palestine, Arab
Claudia Adele Lodetti holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Foreign Languages and International Relations from the Catholic University of Milan and a Master's Degree in Comparative International Relations from Ca' Foscari University of Venice with a specialization in Europe and East Asia relations. She previously worked for the Italian Trade Agency FDI attraction department and she is member and contributor for Il Caffè Geopolitico, a cultural association with the aim of spreading knowledge of geopolitics and international relations.
Andrew Lebovich is a policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations. His research focuses on North Africa and the Sahel.He is currently a doctoral candidate in African History at Columbia University in New York, where he studies religion, politics, and society in North Africa, the Sahara, and the Sahel.