Emiliano Alessandri has managed the Mediterranean Partnership portfolio of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) since 2013. He is an expert on Euro-Mediterranean relations with a focus on North Africa. He has also published widely on Turkey. His research focuses on US-European approaches to the region and prospects for multilateral security dialogue.
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
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