Pubblicazioni

Analisi Policy-Oriented (Selezione)

  1. Italy Positions Itself as the Driver of “Transatlantically Sustainable” European Strategic Autonomy, Transatlantic Take – German Marshall Fund of the United States, 02/09/2021
  2. Can Italy’s Draghi Keep Up His Winning Streak?, World Politics Review, 18/08/2021
  3. (Co-Authors Luca Barana and Asli Selin Okyay) Más allá de la estabilidad: una Libia unida no acabará con el reto migratorio, Politica Exterior, 20/07/2021
  4. (Co-Author Silvia Colombo) Making Sense of Italy’s Renewed Economic Diplomacy Towards Libya, IAI Commentary, 21|35, 09/07/2021
  5. China, the Mediterranean, and Multilateralism: the New Italian-U.S. Agenda, Transatlantic Take – German Marshall Fund of the United States, 06/07/2021
  6. (Co-Author Karim Mezran), Turkey and the new Libyan government: continuity, change, and new opportunities, TURKEYSource – Atlantic Council, 29/04/2021
  7. (Co-Author Silvia Colombo), Libya as a Transatlantic Litmus Test for European Strategic Autonomy, IAI Commentary, 21|26, 29/04/2020
  8. (Co-Author Karim Mezran), Europe should not delude itself on Libya, EUObserver, 01/04/2021
  9. Less Ambiguous Italian-U.S. Relations during the Biden Administration? German Marshall Fund – Blog Post, 22/12/2020
  10. Tunisia’s Political Landscape a Decade after the Jasmine Revolution, MENA Source – Atlantic Council, 17/12/2020
  11. A Ceasefire with Feet of Clay: The Potential Spoilers of Peace in Libya, IAI Commentary, 20|86, November 2020
  12. The Killing of Ba Ag Moussa: France, Mali and the issue of Negotiating with Jihadists: Militant Leadership Monitor, Vol. 11, No. 11, 11/2020
  13. Framing Russia’s Mediterranean Return: Stages, Roots and Logics, IAI Commentary, 20|59, August 2020
  14. Who’s Who in the GNA Military Leadership in Libya, Militant Leadership Monitor, Vol. 11, No. 7, July 2020
  15. The Paradox of Russia’s Disinformation Activities in Italy, Eurasia Daily Monitor, Vol.17, No.85, 15/06/2020
  16. China’s Charm Offensive Meets Italy’s Euro-Atlantic Resilience, Transatlantic Take – German Marshall Fund of the United States, 09/06/2020
  17. (Co-Author Karim Mezran), The Crumbling Haftar Illusion: Last Call for the International Community?, MENASource Blog, Atlantic Council, 08/05/2020
  18. Russian Motives Behind Helping Italy’s Coronavirus Response: A Multifaceted Approach, Eurasia Daily Monitor, Vol.17, No.47, 08/04/2020
  19. Geopolitics and the Greater Maghreb Security Complex in a Time of Financial Distress, Terrorism Monitor, Vol.18, No.7, 06/04/2020
  20. The Chinese Charm Offensive Towards Italy as the Coronavirus Crisis Deepens, China Brief, Vol.20, No.6, 01/04/2020
  21. Italy’s Coronavirus Experience and the Challenge of Extreme Crises to Liberal Democracies, Transatlantic Take – German Marshall Fund of the United States, 20/03/2020
  22. Italy-Ukraine Relations: Signs of Improvement, but No Breakthrough, Eurasia Daily Monitor, Vol.17, No. 27, 26/02/2020
  23. (Co-Author Karim Mezran), Trouble in Tripoli: Why Europe Must Respond to the Ambitions of Libyan Warlord Khalifa Haftar, The National Interest, 24/02/2020
  24. A Piece of a Greater Puzzle: The Libyan Civil War, External Influences and Regional Trends, Terrorism Monitor, Vol. 18, Issue 3, 07/02/2020
  25. The Berlin Conference Showed Europe’s Dwindling Influence in Libya, Transatlantic Take – German Marshall Fund of the United States, 24/01/2020
  26. Exploiting the Vacuums: Russia and North Africa in the Wake of the Sochi Summit, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 11/20/2019
  27. Good Intentions, Bad Results: How the Europeans Risk Alienating Turkey, The National Interest, 24/11/2019
  28. Tunisia’s Presidential Elections: Global Populism Intrudes on the Tunisian Transition, IAI Commentary, Rome, IAI, 10/2019
  29. Italy Joins the Belt and Road Initiative: Context, Interests, and Drivers, China Brief, Vol. 19, Issue 8, 24/04/2019
  30. The Shifting Strategic Context in Libya and the ‘Haftar Dilemma’, Terrorism Monitor, Vol. 17, Issue 7, 5/04/2019

Working Papers, Capitoli di Libri, Articoli Accademici (selezione)

  1. The Evolution of EU-GCC Relations Between Brexit and the Active Gulf”, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol.26, No.2, 309-330, 2021
  2. (Et al.) “From Tectonic Shifts to Winds of Change in North Africa and the Middle East: Europe’s Role”, IAI Papers, 21|12, 03/2021
  3. “Covid-19 and US-China Competition: the case of Italy”, Pathways to Peace and Security, IMEMO Academic Journal, 2020, No 2(59), pp. 81-95
  4. Rediscovering the Political Mediterranean: The EU and the Libyan Wake-up Call”, in A. Vogt & S. Schmid (eds.), Navigating the Regional Chessboard. Europe’s Options to Address Conflicts in the MENA Region, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2020, po.73-79
  5. Gli Stati Uniti e la Cina nella crisi libica: superpotenze marginali?”, in S. Colombo (ed.), Italia ed Europa di fronte alla crisi libica, IAI – Nuova Cultura, Rome, 2020
  6. Making Sense of the Geopolitical Pluralisation of the Mediterranean”, Afkar/Idees, No. 51, “A New Vision for the Mediterranean”, European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), 09/2020
  7. « Les ambitiones africaines de Daech : Quelles perspectives ? » Diplomatie. Affaires stratégiques et relations internationales, Dossier 99, August 2019, pp.67-71
  8. “Forward! But where to? The end of Bouteflika, the centrality of Gaïd Salah, and the Parameters of Change”, Cairo Review of Global Affairs, No.34, Summer 2019, 2019, pp.142-153
  9. The Regional Security Complex and a Zero-Sum Game Approach: Implications for NATO”, in Projecting stability in an era of hybrid warfare and terrorism: NATO role?, Documenti IAI, 19|13, Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome, 07/2019
  10. “Il Maghreb futuro: transizioni tra élite in mutamento, gioventù insoddisfatte e pluralizzazione geopolitica”, Futuri, No.11, 2019, pp.9-20
  11. “Futuri Mediterranei. Dinamiche e Prospettive Oltre La “Geopoetica”, Futuri, No. 10, 2018, pp.20–33
  12. Co-authors Kacper Rekawek and Habib Sayah), Of Concerns and Image: The Alliance and Its Southern Flank, Policy Paper. Bratislava: GLOBSEC, February 2018
  13. “A problem for tomorrow? Tunisia, Morocco and foreign fighters” in S. Romaniuk, F. Grice, D. Irrera, S. Webb, (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Counterterrorism Policy, London, Palgrave MacMillan, 2017, pp. 967-980
  14. “The Gulf Cooperation Council, Saudi Arabia and a Turbulent Region: The Evolution of Their Counter-Terrorism Strategies”, in S. Romaniuk, F. Grice, D. Irrera, S. Webb, (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Counterterrorism Policy, London, Palgrave MacMillan, 2017, pp. 809-822
  15. “Post- Verità, Erosioni Statuali e la Crisi Ventura nella Gestione delle Crisi”, Futuri, No.9, 2017, pp.69-80

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