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Maria Giulia Amadio Vicere'

Maria Giulia Amadio Vicere'
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Dr. Maria Giulia Amadio Vicerè is a Post-Doctoral Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Political Science of Luiss University. Currently, she is also an Adjunct Professor at the Luiss School of Government and a researcher within a Horizon 2020 Project on ‘EU Differentiation, Dominance and Democracy’. Before that, she has been a Visiting Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute (Florence, IT); an EZ Founder’s Visiting Scholar at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington (Seattle, WA, USA); an Assistant Professor at the University of Leiden (NL); a Visiting Research Associate at the Policy Institute at King’s College (London, UK); an elected member of the Academic Association for Contemporary European Studies’ Graduate Forum Committee (UACES); a Blue Book Trainee at the European Commission (Service for Foreign Policy Instruments; Brussels, BE); and a Research Intern at the European Policy Centre (Brussels, BE). She has given seminars and lectures in various universities and institutions, including: Il Sole 24 Ore Business School; St. John’s University; the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI); the Institute for Advanced Studies of the Italian Ministry of Defence (IASD); the Institute for the International Education of Students; the University of Washington; Università degli Studi ‘Roma Tre’; and Università ‘Sapienza’. Dr. Amadio Vicerè has also been the recipient of merit-based scholarships from the Zegna Group; the Lazio Region; and the The Australian Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethic. Her articles have appeared on the Conflict, Security and Development Journal; the Italian Political Science Review; the Journal of European Integration; La Cittadinanza Europea; and The International Spectator. She is the author of ‘The High Representative and EU foreign policy integration: A comparative study of Kosovo and Ukraine’ (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018).

Pubblicazioni principali (ultimi 10 anni)


  •  2018: The High Representative and EU foreign policy integration. A Comparative Study of Kosovo and Ukraine (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

 Book Chapters

  •  2019: ‘Paths towards resilience: examining EU and NATO responses to the Tunisian and Egyptian political transitions’ in Cusumano, E. and Hofmaier, S. (eds.) Projecting Resilience across the Mediterranean (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan) (with Andrea Frontini).
  •  2019: ‘The International Context 2013-2018’ in Newell, J. (ed.) The Italian general elections of 2018. Italy in Uncharted Territory (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).
  • 2019:  ‘Lo scenario internazionale’ in Ceccarini, L. and Newell, J. L. (eds.) Verso un territorio inesplorato. Le elezioni del 4 marzo 2018 (Santarcangelo di Romagna: Maggioli Editore).
  • 2016: ‘From Brussels, with love? A comparative institutional study of values and principles in the foreign policy of compound democracies’ in Sciso, E.; Baratta, R. and Morviducci, E. (eds.) I valori dell’Unione Europea e l’Azione Esterna (Torino: Giappichelli Editore). 

Articles in peer reviewed journals

  • 2017: ‘Assessing the High Representative’s Role in Egypt during the Arab Spring’ in The International Spectator; 52(3), 64-82 (with Sergio Fabbrini).
  • 2017: ‘Navigating the Unknown: Barriers to Evidence-Based Defence and Security Policy in the EU’ in The International Spectator; 52 (1), 88-99 (with Benedict Wilkinson and Erin Montague).
  • 2016: ‘Master or Servant? The European External Action Service in the EU Common Security and Defence Policy’ in La Cittadinanza Europea; 2/2016 (with Andrea Frontini).
  • 2016: ‘The roles of the President of the European Council and the High Representative in leading EU foreign policy on Kosovo’ in Journal of European Integration; 38 (5), 557-570.
  • 2014: ‘Strategic formalism or formalized strategy? Features and limits of the new EU 'process-oriented comprehensive approach' to external conflicts and crisis’. Review Article. Conflict, Security and Development Journal; 4 (5), 651-663.