Karolina Muti

Junior researcher
European defence
Defence industry

Karolina Muti is junior researcher in the “Security" and "Defence" programmes where she currently works on projects related to European defence and defence industry, civilian CSDP missions, and non conventional CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear) threats. Previously she has worked as project assistant and completed a traineeship in the same programme. Her past work experiences include the management of international relations for a company and working with refugees for an NGO. She holds a Master degree in International Security and Politics from the department of International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs in Forlì and wrote a thesis about European defence. During her University studies she spent exchange periods in Chile and in Russia.

How Italians View Their Defence? Active, Security-oriented, Cooperative and Cheap

Karolina Muti, Alessandro Marrone
Rome, IAI, June 2019, 5 p.
In: IAI Commentaries

Italians and Defence

Laboratorio Analisi Politiche e Sociali (LAPS), Pierangelo Isernia, Alessandro Marrone [...]
Rome, IAI, April 2019, 23 p.
In: Documenti IAI

La sicurezza dell'Italia e la minaccia nucleare, biologica, chimica e radiologica

Karolina Muti, Livia Botti
Rome, IAI, November 2018, 11 p.
In: Documenti IAI

Poland: The Missing Link in European Defence

Karolina Muti
Rome, IAI, September 2018, 4 p.
In: IAI Commentaries