Eleonora Ardemagni is an ISPI Associate Research Fellow. Teaching Assistant at the Catholic University of Milan (course “History and Institutions of Asia”), Gulf and Eastern Mediterranean Analyst for the NATO Defense College Foundation.
She is also regular analyst for the Aspen Institute Italy (Aspenia online), AffarInternazionali and the peer-reviewed journal Storia Urbana. Middle Eastern politics commentator for the Italian newspaper Avvenire, she is frequently interviewed by media as Radio Rai and Vatican Radio.
She lectures at ASERI (Graduate School of Economics and International Relations, Milan), Master in Middle Eastern Studies (seminar “Yemen: Drivers of Conflict and Security Implications”).
Her analysis, essays and scientific publications appeared on Afriche e Orienti, NATO Review, NATO Defense College, Middle East Institute, International Studies Journal, Carnegie Sada, Carnegie Middle East Center, LSE Middle East Centre Blog, Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, Gulf Affairs-OxGAPS (Oxford University), Future Centre (Faras, UAE), University of Nicosia-Eastern Mediterranean Policy Notes, Fondazione Oasis, ITSTIME-Sicurezza Terrorismo e Società, Orizzonte Cina-T.wai, Limes, Equilibri and ResetDOC.
She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree (BA) in Languages for International Relations, a Master’s Degree (MSc) in International Relations (both from the Catholic University of Milan), a Specializing Master in Middle Eastern Studies from ASERI and a Diploma in European Affairs from ISPI.
- Berenice in the Red Sea Rebus: What’s Still Vague in the Egypt-Saudi Alliance December 1, 2020
- The Yemen Element in the UAE’s Anti-Brotherhood Fight July 2, 2019