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Alessia Chiriatti

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Head of the Educational Programme
Biography

Alessia Chiriatti is is Head of the IAI’s Educational programme. She is also Adjunct Professor at Università degli Studi di Perugia where she teaches International Relations and Global Politics. She was also research fellow in Political Sciences and International Relations at the University for Foreigners of Perugia, where she obtained, in 2014, the PhD with a thesis on Turkish foreign policy in Syria and Georgia. She is member of the International Advisory Board of Novus Orbis: Journal of Politics and International Relations and member of the Editorial Committee of The International Spectator. Her research interests focus on Turkish foreign policy, Security studies, Diplomacy and Learning mechanism in International Relations.

From her publications:

  • “Turchia e Covid-19: la doppia crisi di Erdogan”, in Francesco Randazzo, Lorenzo Medici (eds.), Andrà tutto bene?, Libellula Edizioni, 2020, pp. 221-235.
  • “Learning Methods in International Relations”, in Alessia Chiriatti, Ester Sigillò (eds.), Rethinking Euro-Mediterranean cooperation: new approacches for research and educati, Collana Studi Internazionali e Comparati, Università per Stranieri di Perugia, 2019, pp. 48-63.
  • “La NATO e il fianco sud: il ruolo della Turchia”, in Quaderni di Scienze Politiche, vol. 15, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, 2019, pp. 97-123.
  • “Enemies at the Doors: Turkish Geographical Limitation and Its Dilemmas after the Syrian Civil War”, in Husrev Tabak, Ozgur Tufecki and Alessia Chiriatti (eds), Domestic and Regional Uncertainties in the New Turkey, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017, p. 167-178
  • “Il declino della guerra nelle Relazioni Internazionali: il conflitto siriano e la tradizione realista”, in Alessandro Campi e Stefano De Luca (a cura di), Il realismo politico. Figure, concetti, prospettive di ricerca, Soveria Mannelli, Rubbettino, 2014, p. 941-955
  • “Quali risposte per il conflitto siriano? Una nuova sfida per l’Europa”, in Emilio Diodato e Federica Guazzini (a cura di), La guerra ai confini d’Europa. Incognite e prospettive mediterranee per l’Italia, Roma, Carocci, 2014, p. 214-235
  • “Attori non-statali ed equilibri nel Caucaso: la criminalità organizzata in Abcasia e Ossezia del Sud e la scelta anti-isolazionista turca”, in Rivista di politica, n. 1/2014, p. 105-115

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