Roberto Aliboni

Position: 
Scientific advisor
Expertise: 
Middle East
Mediterranean
Transatlantic relations

Roberto Aliboni is currently scientific advisor at IAI, and formerly IAI general director and vice-president. He taught International Economics at the Universities of Naples and Perugia from 1972 to 1979 and held research positions in different Institutes. In 1994, he conceived of and successfully established the Mediterranean Study Commission (MeSCo), the network of Mediterranean Institutes dealing with international and security affairs, transformed in EuroMeSCo in 1996.

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Roberto Aliboni, Giovanni Andornino, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi [...]
Roma, Istituto affari internazionali, April 2014, 17 p.
In: Documenti IAI

Italy and Saudi Arabia

Silvia Colombo,
Roma, Nuova Cultura, September 2013, 135 p.
In: IAI Research Papers

Focus euroatlantico, 3

Riccardo Alcaro, Roberto Aliboni, Valerio Briani [...]
Roma, Senato, 2013, 34 p.
In: Reports for Parliament

The European Global Strategy and the Mediterranean

Roberto Aliboni
Barcelona, EuroMesco, 20 June 2013, 6 p. (EuroMeSCo Briefs ; 53)
In: Other papers/articles

L'ambivalence italienne à l'égard de la Méditerranée

Roberto Aliboni
in Questions internationales, n° 59 (janvier-février 2013), p. 76-77
In: Other papers/articles

The West and the Emerging "Gray Democracy" in Egypt

Roberto Aliboni
Washington, German Marshall Fund of the United States, 2013, 3 p.
In: Op-Med

A Transatlantic Perspective on the European Union and the United States in North Africa

Roberto Aliboni
Washington, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, 2012, 44 p.
In: Mediterranean Papers

Arab Society in Revolt

Cesare Merlini, Olivier Roy,
Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 2012, xii, 268 p.
In: Books

EU multilateral relations with southern partners

Roberto Aliboni
Paris, EU Institute for Security Studies, 2 April 2012 (EUISS Opinion)
In: Other papers/articles

2012: un'analisi dei rischi strategici

Riccardo Alcaro,
Roma, Camera dei deputati, February 2012, 102 p.
In: Reports for Parliament