Federica Fazio

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Federica Fazio

Federica Fazio is a researcher in international relations with specialized training in US and EU foreign policy, transatlantic relations, security & defense policies and counterterrorism. She has a Master of Science (MSc) in Politics and Government in the European Union from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Naples Federico II.

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From Cold War to Cyber War: The future of US-Russia relations

Twenty-five years have now passed since the 1991 Christmas when George H. W. Bush announced from the Oval Office that the Soviet Union had ceased to exist and that the Cold War was over...

Assessing the US response to 9/11 and Obama’s counterterrorism legacy

Almost ten years after 9/11, the leader of the organization behind the worst terrorist acts to have been perpetrated on US soil was killed in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in a raid ordered by President Barack Obama...

Brexit: why it matters to the other side of the Atlantic

June 2016 is a crucial month for Britain, for Europe and for transatlantic relations. The British people are called to make a decision on European Union membership that will have far-reaching consequences not only for Britain and the EU, but also for the West, at a time when it is under constant attack...