2011- Professor of International Relations, LSE
2004- Director, European Foreign Policy Unit, LSE
2005-2011 Reader in International Relations, LSE
2003-2005 Senior Lecturer in International Relations, LSE
1997-2003 Lecturer in International Relations, LSE
1996-97 Jean Monnet Fellow, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
1989-92 Editor and freelance journalist, Bologna, Italy
Some current professional activities:
Head of the cluster on International Institutions, Law and Ethics, International Relations Department, LSE.
Advisory Council, European Peace and Security Studies Programme, Vesalius College, Brussels, Belgium.
Advisory Board, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, LSE.
Member of the International Advisory Board, The International Spectator.
Member of the Editorial Board, Politics and Governance.
Member of the Editorial Board of Foreign Policy Analysis.
Member of the Editorial Board, Studia Diplomatica: The Brussels Journal of International Relations.
2007 Anna Lindh award for excellence in research on European foreign and security policy. The award was granted by the Volkswagen Foundation, the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (Stockholm) and the Compagnia di San Paolo (Turin), in the context of the foundations’ European Foreign and Security Policy Studies training programme, which focuses on the prospects of the Common Foreign and Security Policy and the European Security and Defence Policy. The three foundations support research projects that look beyond the national views currently dominating academic and practical approaches towards European foreign and security policy.
1992-1996 London School of Economics and Political Science: PhD in International Relations
1987-1989 Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, Bologna, Italy and Washington DC: MA in International Relations and International Economics
1985-1986 Study at the University of Bologna, Italy
1983-1987 Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, USA: BA Magna Cum Laude. Elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Major in Political Science
Fluent in Italian; fair knowledge of French and Spanish.