Emiliano Alessandri is an international affairs expert with a focus on Euro-Atlantic security and the interplay between security dynamics in Europe and the Middle East and North Africa. He has taught at various universities, including the College of Europe in Bruges and the Central European University in Vienna. He has worked as a policy advisor and senior officer in various capacities, most recently for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. He is a non-resident senior fellow with the German Marshall Fund of the US and a non-resident scholar with the Middle East Institute. He earned a PhD in International History from Cambridge University in 2010 and an MA in International Relations and Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in 2005.
PhD in international history, Cambridge University; MA in international affairs, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
Countries of Expertise:
Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, Turkey
Issues of Expertise:
Regional security; conflict prevention, management and resolution; transnational threats; democratization; migration; trade
English, Italian, French