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Alice Pannier is an Assistant Professor of International Relations and European Studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. She earned her PhD in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris with joint supervision from King’s College London. Her thesis received the EU Global Strategy Prize and the 3rd scientific prize from the French National Institute for Higher Defence Studies (IHEDN). Prior to joining SAIS, she was Postdoctoral Fellow at the French Institute for Strategic Research (IRSEM) and Research Associate at Sciences Po’s Center for International Research (CERI).
Annelies Pauwels is an Associate Analyst at the EUISS where she focuses on the external dimension of EU justice and home affairs. Her research covers counter-terrorism, counter-radicalisation and migration. Prior to joining the EUISS, she worked at the UN on crime prevention and criminal justice. Annelies holds an MA in Intercultural Mediation with a specialisation in Arabic and Russian and an LLM in International Criminal Law.
Nicoletta Pirozzi is the Head of the ‘EU, politics and institutions’ Programme and Institutional Relations Manager at the IAI. There she works mainly on EU governance, policy and institutional developments in CFSP/CSDP, civilian crisis management, EU relations with the United Nations and the African Union. She graduated in Political Science at the University of Pisa and at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa. She also obtained an MSc Degree in European Political and Administrative Studies from the College of Europe (Bruges) and a PhD in Institutions and Politics from the Catholic University in Milan.
Stanislav Secrieru deals with subjects such as Russian domestic and foreign policy, energy politics and issues concerning the North Caucasus. His other research interests include EU-Russia relations, the European Neighbourhood Policy, the Eastern Partnership, the Black Sea Region, as well as Sino-Russian relations. He holds a PhD from the National School of Political Studies and Public Administration (Bucharest).
Marko Čeperković is an Associate Analyst at the EUISS, focusing on the Balkans, and a Maître de conférences at Sciences Po Paris, teaching about Western Balkans and the EU. Previously, he worked as a Foreign Policy Advisor at the US House of Representatives, and was a fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies through the Aitchison Public Service Fellowship in Government. He holds a dual MA and MSc degree from Sciences Po Paris and LSE focusing on Political Economy, an MA degree from the College of Europe in European Governance, and a BA from Sciences Po Paris with a focus on transatlantic relations and international law.