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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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”.
Francesca Morra is a lawyer at Paul Hastings and her practice focuses on energy and competition law. She has acquired material experience in the energy sector, where she has advised several market operators on contractual, regulatory and competition matters. Prior to Paul Hastings, Francesca used to work for other multinational law firms. Francesca holds a law degree (magna cum laude) from Federico II – Università degli Studi di Napoli and an LL.M (in competition law) from King’s College London.
Sergio Miracola is an Associate Research Fellow at ISPI. He obtained his Ph.D. in Political History at IMT Advanced Studies of Lucca, Italy, with a dissertation on Chinese Strategic Culture. During his Ph.D. he has also been a Visiting Research Student at Peking University (BeiDa). Moreover, he is a Junior Researcher at CSCC (Center for the Study of Contemporary China) and a collaborator for the Italian online newspaper Cinaforum.
Karim Mezran is a Resident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East. As a distinguished Libyan-Italian scholar, he brings significant depth of understanding to the processes of political change in North Africa. He is an Adjunct Professor of Middle East Studies at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), and also a Non-Resident Fellow at ISPI. Previously, he was Director of the Center for American Studies in Rome.
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.
Roberta Maggi is a Project Assistant at DCAF – Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance’s Middle East and North Africa Division, where her work focuses on Libya and Yemen. Her research interests include security sector reform, armed group formation and the politics of (re)integration in conflict and post-conflict environments.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Can Kasapoglu is a War Studies and Security Studies scholar and military analyst. Dr. Kasapoglu gained his Ph.D. degree from the Turkish War College-Strategic Researches Institute in 2011 by successfully defending his dissertation on Assessing Conventional Forces in Low Intensity Conflicts, and his M.Sc. degree from the Turkish Military Academy-Defense Sciences Institute in 2008 with his thesis on Turkish armed resistance and special forces operations in Cyprus before 1974. In 2015 – 2016, Dr. Kasapoglu pursued his academic studies in the NATO Defense College, Rome.
Markus Virgil Hoehne is lecturer at the Institute for Social Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His books include Milk and peace, drought an war: Somali culture, society, and politics (London 2010) and Between Somaliland and Puntland: Marginalization, militarization and conflicting political visions (Nairobi / London 2015).
Leyla Hamad is a PhD researcher specialized in Yemen and a guest professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.