Ivana Jeremic is an editor at Balkan Insight, an English outlet covering Central and Southeastern Europe. Before joining BIRN she was an investigative reporter/fact-checker at Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia during a five-year period between 2012 and 2017 and was Deputy Editor-in-Chief at the same organisation between 2017 and 2018.
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Luciano Hinna è il Presidente del CSS, il Consiglio Sociale per le Scienze Sociali, Professore Ordinario in Economia Aziendale a riposo, è attualmente docente presso l’Universitas Mercatorum di Roma “Tor Vergata”. Nel 2007 fonda presso la stessa Università il CISPA, il Centro per l’innovazione nella pubblica amministrazione nell’ambito del quale ha promosso il primo Master su Intelligence Economica; è Direttore Scientifico del Master Intelligence e Cyber Security del Sole 24 ore ormai alla seconda edizione.
John Hemmings is director of the Asia Studies Centre at The Henry Jackson Society, a transatlantic think tank based in London. Prior to his graduate work, Hemmings was a research assistant at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in Whitehall from 2007 to 2011. During that time, he worked on northeast Asia security issues, including the U.S.-Japan alliance, regional security, and North Korea. In 2012, Dr Hemmings carried out a research project in Kabul and Parwan Province on South Korea’s contributions to security in Afghanistan.
Graduated in computer science, he’s been working since 2003 as information security and privacy consultant, focusing on risk assessment, security and compliance management using international standards. Certified CISA, CISM, ITIL and ISFS, he is a qualified ISO 9001 and ISO/IEC 27001 auditor, having edited the Italian translations of the latter standard.
Coauthor of the CLUSIT handbooks on PCI-DSS and on professional certifications, is an active QSA and a regular presence into events and publications on information security.
Antonio Giustozzi is a visiting professor at the Kings College London. He holds a PhD from the LSE (International Relations) and a BA in Contemporary History from the University of Bologna. He was at the Crisis States Research Centre (LSE) until January 2011. He served with UNAMA (United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan) in 2003-4. Currently also affiliated with RUSI.
Michael L. Giffoni (New York, 1965), da diplomatico di carriera dal 1992 al 2014 ha ricoperto numerosi e delicati incarichi nazionali ed europei. Dopo aver trascorso gli anni ’90 in Bosnia e nel resto dell’ex-Jugoslavia in guerra, è stato Capo della Task-force per i Balcani dell’Alto Rappresentante per la Politica estera Ue, Javier Solana, poi per 5 anni primo Ambasciatore d’Italia in Kosovo (2008-2013) ed infine (2013-14) Capo Ufficio per il Nord Africa e la Transizione araba al Ministero degli Affari esteri.
Researcher at the Department of Asian and North African Studies of Venice “Ca' Foscari” University, Carlo Frappi is Associate Research Fellow for the Russia, Caucasus and Central Asia Centre at ISPI. Frappi, who holds a Ph.D. in European History, is also Adjunct Professor in Regional Studies at Catholic University of Milan and, since 2013, is a Member of the Board of Directors at the "Association for the Italian Study of Central Asia and the Caucasus" (ASIAC).
Jean-Paul Fitoussi is Professor Emeritus at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), and professor at the LUISS University Guido Carli, Rome. He is also a Member of the Center for Capitalism and Society at Columbia University. Since 2013 he is Co-Chairman of the HLEG (High-Level Expert Group at the OECD) on the “Measurement of Economic Performances and Social Progress”. Fitoussi contributed to the creation and development of the EBRD.
Aldo Ferrari (PhD) is Head of the Russia, Caucasus and Central Asia Program at the Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) in Milan. He is Professor of Armenian Culture, History of the Caucasus and Central Asia, and History of the Russian Culture at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, where he is also Director of the ELEO Master’s Degree in Languages and Economies of Eastern Europe. Co-founder (2004) and President (2013-2016) of the Association of Italian Studies on Central Asia and the Caucasus (ASIAC), he is Editor of the series “Eurasiatica.
Before joining ISPI Filippo Fasulo served as the Director of the Italy-China Foundation's Centre on Business Research (CeSIF). In 2014, he earned a Ph.D. in Politics and Istitutions from the Catholic University of Milan with a dissertation on the concept of power in China's politics that was awarded the Cesare Bonacossa Prize by the University of Pavia. In 2012, he received a MSc in China in Comparative Perspectives at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Since 2011, he has been lecturing on China-related topics at the Catholic University of Milan.