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Italy & Vatican Correspondent, The Economist
John Hooper is Italy and Vatican Correspondent of The Economist and writes for The Economist and other publications on trans-national organized crime. He has been a foreign correspondent for over 30 years and reported from more than 50 countries, working for – among others – the BBC, the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, Reuters and NBC. His book, the New Spaniards (originally published as The Spaniards) was a bestseller in both hard- and softback and won the Allen Lane award for a best first work of Literature or History. His latest book, The Italians, was published in January, 2015, and has featured in best-seller lists on both sides of the Atlantic.
- The Italians (2015 & 2016) Penguin (UK), Viking (US).
Ambassador, Parliamentary Assembly of Mediterranean; Professor, French Military AcademyVIEW PROFILE
Head, Peace & Conflict Studies Unit, National Research Institute of World Economy & International Relations (IMEMO), MoscowVIEW PROFILE
Neil James Brodie
Senior Research Fellow, University of OxfordVIEW PROFILE
Senior Advisor, Countering Violent Extremism, US Agency for International DevelopmentVIEW PROFILE
Police Advisor, Department of Peacekeeping Operations, DPKO, United NationsVIEW PROFILE
Professor, Attorney at Law, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece & GeoLab Institute, Corfu, GreeceVIEW PROFILE