Francesco Siccardi is a senior program manager and senior research analyst at Carnegie Europe.
Francesco Siccardi is a senior program manager and senior research analyst at Carnegie Europe, where he coordinates the strategic planning, fundraising, execution, and outreach for the center’s research programs. While supporting work on security, defense, and the EU’s global role, as well as the impact of climate change and disruptive technologies on international affairs, Francesco’s own research focuses on EU-Turkey relations and on EU policies toward the MENA region.
Francesco earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in International Relations from the University of Turin.
The Gulf emirate has succeeded in using football as one dimension of its national security strategy.
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Turkey has unfinished business when it comes to fighting Kurdish forces south of its border.
As Israel’s president prepares to visit Turkey, the two countries have much to discuss that is mutually beneficial.
What is behind Turkish President Erdogan’s visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates?