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Francesco Rocchetti is the ISPI Secretary General.
Since January 2020 he was Assistant to the Director.
Prior to that, he led the team that played a central role in building ISPI’s external profile and overseeing the brand and communications strategy, digital communications, and content marketing. He worked on transforming the Institute's digital identity and promoting the think tank’s activities on more than a dozen digital platforms.
Alberto Rizzi is a Research Assistant at the ISPI Centre for Business Scenarios. He holds a BA in International and European Studies and a MA in International Politics and Regional Dynamics from the University of Milan. He completed an Advanced Master in EU Economic Governance at the Institute for European Studies of the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Before joining ISPI, he worked at the Embassy of Italy to Estonia, at the Centre for Business Research of the Italy China Foundation (CeSIF) in Milan, and at the European Army Interoperability Centre (FINABEL) in Brussels.
Stefano Riela is lecturer of Economics of European Union and Economic Prospects at Università Bocconi. He is coordinator of the course in EU Competition Policy and lecturer of Economic policies of EU at ISPI. He was Economic Advisor at the Italian Communications Regulatory Authority (AGCOM), faculty coordinator at NIBI (New International Business Institute, Milan Chamber of Commerce), Research Director at Fondazione ResPublica, and consultant of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs during the Italian Presidency of the Council of the EU in 2003.
Lia Quartapelle is a Research Fellow of the Africa Programme at ISPI. She lectures the module of Policies for Development Cooperation at the University of Pavia. She is an economist by training and she holds degrees from the Universities of Pavia and Florence. She got a Master of Science in Economics with reference to Africa at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London and a PhD in Development Economics at the University of Pavia with a dissertation on aid and employment in Ghana and Mozambique.
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.
Andrea Plebani is Research Fellow at the Catholic University of Milan, Lecturer of the Master in Middle Eastern Studies at ASERI and Associate Research Fellow at ISPI. He is a member of the Commission convened by the Italian Government to assess the threat stemming from radicalization and jihadist extremism in Italy. Before, he cooperated with the Oasis Foundation, the Insubria Centre on International Security (ICIS) and the Landau Network - Centro Volta (LNCV).
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.
Cristina Kiran Piotti is an Indian-Italian freelance journalist graduated from the Journalism school at Milan University and holds a Master in Global approach to management in India from Ca' Foscari Challenge School, Venice. She lives between Milan and Mumbai and contributes to several Italian and Indian newspapers and magazines, including D - Repubblica, Sole 24 Ore, HTSI, Wired, and Mint.