Matteo Rivellini is an experienced manager with a unique expertise in infrastructure, migration, blended finance and development finance in the Western Balkans, Italy and Central Europe. He currently holds the position of Head of Division in charge of lending operations in Slovenia, Croatia and Western Balkans within the European Investment Bank.
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Andrea Renda is a senior research fellow and head of Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation and the Digital Economy (GRID) at CEPS. He is currently a non-resident senior fellow at Duke University’s Kenan Institute for Ethics. From September 2017, he holds the “Google Chair” for Digital Innovation at the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium), where he is also responsible for the course “Regulatory Impact Assessment for Business” since 2007.
Matteo Pugliese is an ISPI Associate Research Fellow at the Centre on Radicalization and International Terrorism. He is a PhD candidate at the University of Barcelona in the Law and Political Science doctoral program, studying the role of prison intelligence in the prevention of terrorism and organized crime in Europe. His research interests include counter terrorism policy, jihadism, radicalization dynamics, prisons, intelligence, far-right extremism, NATO, hybrid threats and law enforcement.
Tena Prelec is a Doctoral Researcher at Sussex University, School of Law, Politics and Sociology, and a Research Associate at LSEE-Research on South Eastern Europe, European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science.
Responsabile del programma “Ue, politica e istituzioni” e responsabile delle relazioni istituzionali dello IAI, Nicoletta Pirozzi si occupa principalmente di governance dell’Unione europea, aspetti politici e istituzionali della Pesc/Psdc, gestione civile delle crisi, rapporti tra Ue e Nazioni Unite e relazioni Ue-Africa. È professore a contratto presso il Dipartimento di Scienze politiche dell’Università degli Studi “Roma Tre” ” e Associate Analyst presso l’EU Institute for Security Studies (EU-ISS) di Parigi.
Monica Perosino is a journalist for the Italian newspaper La Stampa since 2001. She has been covering as a correspondent Eastern and Central Europe, Baltics and Scandinavian countries since 2013. Turin based, but mostly travelling thorough Central Europe, Visegrad and Nordic Countries, she focuses mainly on politics, economics and social issues, with a particular attention to civil rights and Eu ties and perspectives.
Christos Peristianis is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Sociology, University of Essex, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. He has a Master's degree from the University of Bologna in Research and Studies in Eastern Europe, with a focus on History and Sociology; a Master 1st Level from La Sapienza University of Rome in International Policies and Crisis Management and a Bachelor's in European Studies from the European University Cyprus.
Anna Pellegatta works as Associate Director at the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) based in Brussels, Belgium. During her time at the Council, she conducted research on disinformation in Italy and Europe, leading DFRLab’s Election Watch project in Italy in 2018 and publishing analysis on foreign propaganda and disinformation narratives in the country during the COVID-19 crisis. Initially contributing from Berlin, she transferred to DFRLab’s headquarter in Washington DC in late 2018, from where she supported global operations within the executive team.