Fabiana Zollo is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Research Fellow in the Venice Center for the Humanities & Social Change. Her research investigates (mis)information spreading on online social media, with a special focus on the dynamics of polarization and intolerance. She collected several papers on the topic, both with national and International co-authors.
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Tobia Zevi is an Associate Research Fellow in charge of the Global Cities Programme at ISPI. He holds a Ph.D. from the Third University of Rome. In 2019 he was selected as Global Fellow Eisenhower, while in 2017 he was Fellow in the US Government’s “International Visitors Leadership Program” (IVLP). In 2017-2018 he was political adviser to the Italian Prime Minister, Mr.
Helin Yildiz served as trainee for the MENA Centre at ISPI. She holds a Bachelor's in Political Science and a Master's in International Relations and EU Studies from the University of Bologna. During her studies she took part in exchange programs at the Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey and at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; she was also visiting research student at the University of Central Florida (USA), where she conducted academic research for her thesis on the Kurdish-led governance in northern Syria and its geopolitical impact on the region.
K. Yhome is a Senior Fellow with ORF's Neigbhourhood Regional Studies Initiative. His research interests include India’s regional diplomacy, regional and sub-regionalism in South and Southeast Asia, the Bay of Bengal region and China’s southwest provinces. Of late his research has focused on developments in Myanmar and the evolving geopolitics in the Bay of Bengal. Before joining ORF he worked as an Editorial Assistant for Indian Foreign Affairs Journal.
Yelena Yermakova holds an undergraduate degree is in Political Science from UCLA. She was recently awarded an MPA from Cornell University where she focused on the the Arctic region and the obstacles it faces in light of climate change. Currently (2018), as part of her Doctoral dissertation, she is developing a series of essays on the future governance of Antarctica within the project “Political Philosophy Looks to Antarctica,” under the supervision of Dr. Maria Alejandra Mancilla at the University of Oslo.
Siegfried O. Wolf is the Director of Research at the South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF), a Brussels-based think tank, and he is a Senior Researcher (member) at the South Asia Institute, Heidelberg University. He authored the book: ‘The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor of the Belt and Road Initiative Concept, Context and Assessment’ (Cham, Springer, 2019).
Dr. Tim Wittig is a Senior Research Fellow at Globalisation Studies Groningen (GSG). He is also director of the Center for Security and Sustainability and Adjunct Professor at George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies.
Sen Wang is a Ph. D. candidate at Guanghua Law School, Zhejiang University. His subjects are the law of the sea—specifically, the legal regime in Antarctica and the legal issues concerning the marine scientific research—and the international law.
Antonio Villafranca is ISPI Director of Studies and Co-Head of the Europe and Global Governance Centre.
He is lecturer of International Relations at the Bocconi University (Milan), where he was also lecturer of European Economic Policies (2016-2018), and of ‘Structure of International Society’ at the IULM University. He is Non Resident Senior Fellow at the Chongyang Institute of the Renmin University (Beijing).