Dr. Ngeow Chow-Bing is the Director of the Institute of China Studies at the University of Malaya. In addition, he has also been appointed a Special Senior Research Fellow at the National Institute for Global Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (2017-2020).
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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.
Alberto Negri has been special and war correspondent for “Il Sole 24 Ore” for the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and the Balkans from 1987 to 2017. At the beginning of his career, he was a researcher at ISPI and the editor of its weekly magazine “Relazioni Internazionali”.
Paola Morselli is a Research Trainee at ISPI. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Language, Culture and Society of Asia and Mediterranean Africa from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, with a specific focus on Korea, Japan and Cina, and is currently enrolled in the Master in European and International Studies at the University of Trento. As an exchange student she also spent an academic year at Seoul National University in South Korea.
Nicola Morfini is an expert in Latin American politics and security. His articles can be found in Al Jazeera, Foreign Affairs, and Forbes, among other international media outlets. He currently works as an Anti-Money Laundering expert for a multinational firm. Previously, he was a professor of International Politics, and Deputy Director of the MBA Program at the Pan-American University - IPADE Business School (Mexico City). Nicola has extensive research and teaching experience in several think tanks and universities in Europe, Latin America, and Central Asia.
Corrado Molteni is ISPI Senior Advisor. He is Professor of Japanese Studies at the University of Milano. He is an economist by training and received his BA in Economics from Bocconi University and his MA and Ph. D. in Social Studies from Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo. From March 2007 to August 2017 he has been assigned at the Embassy of Italy in Tokyo as Academic and Cultural Attaché. Until September 2017 he has been President of Aistugia, the Italian Association for Japanese Studies.
Nicola Missaglia heads ISPI's Communications and Publishing department. He also is a Research Fellow at ISPI's Asia Centre, in charge of the India Desk. Before joining ISPI, he has served for several years as the Scientific Coordinator and Managing Editor for the international think tank Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations. He holds a B.A. in Philosophy and a Research Master’s degree in Political Theory and Contemporary History from Sciences Po Paris’ Doctoral School (France) and has extensive experience in managing projects in the MENA region and India.
Alessandro Minuto-Rizzo is a former ambassador and has held terms of office in Washington, Prague, Paris and Brussels. He has an extensive experience in European policies, aerospace, European structural funds, the European Space Agency, and international security. He has taken part and chaired a number of committees concerned with economic and industrial issues both in Italy and abroad, i.e., as Chairman of the Administrative and Financial Committee of the European Space Agency.
Mikhail Minakov is an Associate Research Fellow at ISPI, a Senior Fellow at the Kennan Institute and Editor-in-chief of the Kennan Focus Ukraine and Ideology and Politics Journal. He is also a guest professor at the Europa-Universitaet Viardrina in Frankfurt.