Ph.D and Research fellow in History of International Relations
“Sapienza” University of Rome – Italy

Areas of Expertise
African Union, Diplomacy, Disarmament, Environment, European Union, International Organizations, North-South Relations, Peace and Security, Treaties, United Nations


Degree in Political Sciences (History of Treaties and International Politics) at ‘Sapienza’ University of Rome-Italy.

Ph.D. and Research fellow in History of International Relations, author of two books: the first entitled ‘Risorse fitogenetiche e svolta nelle relazioni Nord/Sud. Il trattato internazionale FAO del 2001’ [Plant Genetic Resources and Change in North/South Relations. The 2001 FAO International Treaty], Franco Angeli Publisher, December 2009; the second entitled: “The League of Nations and the Debate on Disarmament (1918-1919)”, published by Nuova Cultura, October 2013.

Courses taught in History of International Relations and History and Institutions of African and Asian Countries, ‘Sapienza’ University.

Teacher of the Italian language to political refugees at the ‘Centro Astalli’ pertaining to the Jesuit Refugees Service; collaboration with the International Youth Forum at FAO.

Recent Publications

‘The Early League of Nations Experience on Disarmament’, article for ACUNS website, December Newsletter, Issue n .4, 2014 (text written in English; pseudonym Sami Sarè).


Updated, May 2015