Lorenzo Fruganti is a Research Assistant at the ISPI MENA Centre. He holds a Bachelor’s in International and Diplomatic Sciences and a Master’s in Diplomacy and International Cooperation from the University of Trieste, as well as a MSc in Middle East Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, University of London). Prior to joining ISPI, he worked as a Blue Book trainee at the European Commission’s DG NEAR.
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Pasquale Ferrara has been appointed as Italy's Special Envoy for Libya in January 2021. Between October 2106 to November 2020, he served as Italian Ambassador in Algeria. Since 1984, he engaged in both bilateral and multilateral diplomacy, having served in the US, Brussels (EU), Greece and Chile. He was also Secretary General of the European University Institute in Florence. As Director of the Policy Planning at the Italian MFA, he launched a new program on Religion and International Relations.
Before joining ISPI Filippo Fasulo served as the Director of the Italy-China Foundation's Centre on Business Research (CeSIF). In 2014, he earned a Ph.D. in Politics and Istitutions from the Catholic University of Milan with a dissertation on the concept of power in China's politics that was awarded the Cesare Bonacossa Prize by the University of Pavia. In 2012, he received a MSc in China in Comparative Perspectives at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Since 2011, he has been lecturing on China-related topics at the Catholic University of Milan.
Valery Dzutsati is a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at Jamestown Foundation, Washington, DC. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Arizona State University. His research focuses on civil and interstate conflict, collective action, religion and politics, and methodology with an empirical focus on Eurasia and Eastern Europe
Samuele works at UNIDIR as a Researcher (Cyber) within the Security and Technology Programme. He has expertise in multiple domains related to the international dimensions of cybersecurity, such as cyber diplomacy and cyber norms. He is also interested in political regimes in cyberspace, particularly in terms of disinformation and elections.
Before joining UNIDIR, Samuele was a research fellow at the ISPI Center on Cybersecurity. He has also worked as a consultant on various projects funded by international bodies like the Council of Europe and the European Commission.
Andrew Dickson is a Doctoral Researcher and Tutor in International Relations at the University of Sussex, and Programme Coordinator of the Freedom of Religion or Belief & Foreign Policy Initiative. He is also Research and Projects Manager at the Lokahi Foundation, an independent charity delivering real-time research and innovative impact projects on religion and society.
Ruben David is a Research Assistant at the ISPI Centre on Business Scenarios, with a focus on issues related to climate change and energy. He is the ISPI coordinator for the Task Force on “climate change, sustainable energy and environment” at the Think 20.
Laureate of the MIT Elevate Prize 2020 for Global change-makers, Fadi Daou, born in Lebanon, is co-founder of Adyan Foundation, senior policy advisor and professor. He holds a PhD in theology and an MA in political philosophy, accompanied by an extensive research activity about pluralism, citizenship, and geopolitics of religions, published in French, Arabic, English and German. His academic work nourishes his entrepreneurial and policymaking engagement, leading policy dialogues and reforms in the MENA region and beyond.
Tiziana Corda is a PhD Candidate at NASP (Network for the Advancement of Social and Political Studies) at the University of Milan. She researches Iran and its role in the region. Previously, she worked at ISPI as a Research Assistant in the Africa Programme. Before joining ISPI, she worked at the European External Action Service in Brussels. She graduated in Foreign Languages from the Catholic University and in World Politics from the University of Pavia.
Chiara Cervasio is a Doctoral Researcher at the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS), the University of Birmingham and a Nuclear Policy Analyst at the British American Security Information Council (BASIC).
Chiara has a background in Political Science, International Relations, and International Security. Before completing her BSc in 2014 at the University of Pisa, she has worked as an intern at the European University Institute, Fiesole (FI). She then obtained her MSc in 2017 from the University of Bologna, specialising in Politics of Contemporary Asia.