Maria Sole Continiello Neri è una ricercatrice specializzata in Diritto Internazionale Umanitario e Diritti umani. Dopo aver conseguito il Ph.D in 'Politics, Human Rights and Sustainability' presso la Scuola Superiore di Studi sant’Anna (Pisa), attualmente lavora come Lecturer di International Human Rights Law e Post-Doctoral Research Fellow presso la Higher School of Economics di Mosca. Recentemente, sta portando avanti un progetto di ricerca sulle potenzialità ed i limiti delle intelligenze artificali alla luce del diritto internazionale dell’ambiente e dei diritti umani.
Risultati della ricerca:
Alvin Y.H. Cheung is a J.S.D. Candidate at New York University School of Law and a Non-Resident Affiliated Scholar at NYU’s U.S.-Asia Law Institute. His doctoral project, “Abusive Legalism,” addresses the systematic abuse of sub-constitutional legal norms and institutions by authoritarian regimes. He holds degrees from NYU (LL.M. in International Legal Studies, 2014) and Cambridge (M.A. 2011), and has worked in Hong Kong as a barrister and as a lecturer in Law & Public Affairs at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Chiara has a background in Political Science and International Relations (BSc + MSc). Before completing her bachelor in 2014, she has worked as an intern at the European University Institute, Fiesole (FI). She obtained her Master in 2017 specializing in Politics of Contemporary Asia and writing a dissertation on the Security Dilemma in Sino-India relations. At the ICCS, she co-convenes the Trust in World Politics working group and she actively collaborates in organising seminars and other activities. At POLSIS, she has organised the inaugural POLSIS first year PhD Conference in 2018.
Chiara A. Cascino was Research Assistant at the ISPI's MENA Center. She holds a BA in Modern Languages (English, Spanish and Arabic) from the University of Palermo and a MA in Arab and Islamic Studies from the University of Naples “L’Orientale”. She is also concluding a Master’s Degree in Economics and Institutions of Islamic Countries at the School of Government of the LUISS University, Rome. Her research interests focus on the history, institutions and society of Middle East and North Africa and the trends of contemporary Islam.
Guido Alberto Casanova is a research assistant and editorial assistant at ISPI. After a degree in International and Diplomatic Sciences (SID) from the University of Trieste, he earned an Msc in Asian Politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies of London where he focused on state-society relations in China, South Korea and Japan. His research interests encompass also economic and security ties in the Pacific, particularly the relationship between trade and technology.
Thomas Carothers is one of the most noted international experts on international democracy support, democratization, and U.S. foreign policy. He serves as vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where he founded and currently directs the Democracy and Rule of Law Program.
Giovanni Carbone (PhD, London School of Economics) is Head of the ISPI Africa Programme and Professor of Political Science at the Università degli Studi di Milano. His research focus is the comparative study of politics, geopolitics and economic development in sub-Saharan Africa, with particular regard to political institutions.
Andrea Carati is an Associate Research Fellow for the Transatlantic Relations Programme at ISPI.
He has a Post-Ph.D. Research Fellowship at the Department of International Studies of the University of Milan. He completed his Ph.D. in Political Studies at the Graduate School of Social and Political Sciences (University of Milan). Since 2009, he has been the scientific coordinator for the Italian Foreign Policy Yearbook (edited by ISPI and IAI). Carati also published several books and articles on NATO’s recent evolution, military interventions in the Balkans and in Afghanistan.