Emiliano Alessandri is an analyst of Mediterranean, European, and transatlantic affairs, with a particular focus on Turkey, and is a non-resident fellow with GMF. Alessandri worked for three years at the GMF Washington office between 2010–13, contributing to its Mediterranean, Turkish, and Wider Atlantic programs. Alessandri also held research positions with the Institute of International Affairs (IAI) of Rome and the Center on the U.S. and Europe (CUSE) at the Brookings Institution. He is an advisory board member of the U.S.-Italy Global Affairs Forum and an editorial board member of the International Spectator. He holds a PhD in international history from the University of Cambridge and a master’s degree in international economics and U.S. foreign policy from the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
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The Chicago Summit provided an opportunity to restate the goal of cooperative security through partnerships, including as part of NATO’s evolving southern engagement.