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Francesco Strazzari (Former employee)

Francesco

Strazzari (Former employee)

Adjunct Research Professor

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Francesco Strazzari joined NUPI's Consortium for Research on Terrorism and International Crime in 2013.

He is also Associate Professor of International Relations at the Pisa-based Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies. He specializes in conflict studies, with a specific focus on European security, state-building, extra-legal governance and transnational organized crime. Strazzari holds a PhD from the European University Institute, Florence. He has been lecturing at SAIS Europe (The Johns Hopkins University), University of Amsterdam, and University of Bologna.

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1997-2003 European University Institute – EUI – Fiesole. Ph.D., Department of Social and Political Sciences.
1996-1997 The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs - NPSIA. Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
1995-1996 The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies – SAIS. The Johns Hopkins University - Bologna Center, Italy. Post-Graduate Diploma in International Relations.
1989-94 University of Bologna. Laurea summa cum laude in Political Science.

År fra-tilKort tekst
2009-2012 Adjunct Professor of International Relations: Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS - The Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center.
2005-2008 Senior Lecturer in International Relations (UD1, with tenure). Universiteit van Amsterdam, Dep. of Political Science.
2004-2005 'Professore a Contratto’, Università di Bologna, Facoltà di Scienze Politiche.

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1. februar, 2013 Started as Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.

organized crime, transnational, armed conflict, drugs, post-conflict, state-building balkans, mafia, terrorism, sahel

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