Dr. Marco Rimanelli is a tenured Full-Professor in Political Sciences & International Security/Diplomacy (NATO, Europe) at Saint Leo University-Florida, where he has taught since January 1993: https://www.saintleo.edu/faculty-bios/marco-rimanelli-phd He also serves as Editor of Florida Political Chronicle, the scholarly peer-reviewed journal of Florida’s Political Sciences Association (2012-now, 1993-1999): http://www.fpsanet.org/florida-political-chronicle.html and is a Member of the Committee on Foreign Relations-Tampa Bay (1993-Now). At Saint Leo University he previously served as: Director B.A. International Studies Program (1993-2012); Director Center on Inter-American & World Studies (2001-2009, 1996-1999); and Chair Faculty Colloquium (2005-2008). Born in Rome, Italy (dual U.S./E.U. citizen), he is Trilingual: Italian, French, English. He is a subject matter expert on: NATO, European Union, European & U.S. Security/Foreign Policies, Comparative Governments, Terrorism, Geo-Strategy, Russia, International & Middle East Security, International Law & Organizations.
2021: Sabbatical Visiting Professor at American University of Paris, France: write book (2nd Ed. Historical Dictionary of NATO);
2013-2014: U.S. Fulbright-Schuman Chair on U.S.-E.U.-NATO at E.U.’s post-graduate College of Europe-Bruges, Belgium (M.A. courses; conference “NATO’s Future”; crafted new TransAtlantic Masters http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5SBh_QUE7I&feature=youtu.be);
2004-2005: U.S. Fellow in International Security/E.U./NATO at France’s War College/Institut Hautes Études de Défense Nationale-École Militaire, Paris and Chair Inter-Committee;
1994: Fellow on U.S. Military History & Strategy at West Point U.S. Military Academy, N.Y.;
1999-2001: Senior Scholar-in-Residence on NATO/E.U. Enlargements and Iraqi War-crimes at the CIA-DI-OREA;
1990-1992: Scholar-in-Residence on U.S./NATO/E.U./Russia at U.S. State Department-Arms Control, D.C.
EDUCATION (7 DEGREES):
Ph.D. in 1990 with Triple-Majors in U.S. Foreign Policy, International Security and European Affairs at Johns Hopkins University—Nitze School Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Washington, D.C. (under Ph.D.-M.A. Program Director & Realist Scholar late-Robert E. Osgood), with p.940 Dissertation: Italy's Foreign Policy & Naval Strategy: Quest for Mediterranean Preeminence, 1861-1990s (D.C.: SAIS, 1990), published in 1997 as p.1,100 book, Italy between Europe & Mediterranean Diplomacy & Naval Strategy (New York: Lang);
M.A. (1982) with Dual-Majors in U.S. Foreign Policy & International Security at Johns Hopkins University—SAIS, Washington, D.C., with M.A. Thesis: “U.S. Foreign Policy towards Southern Africa, 1961-1982”, published in Rivista di Studi Politici Internazionali (Firenze, Italy, 1983);
International Diploma (1981) at Johns Hopkins University-SAIS Europe, Bologna, Italy, with Diploma Thesis: “Italian Terrorism and Society, 1940s-1980s: Roots, Ideologies, Evolution and International Ties”, published in Terrorism: International Journal (New York) v.12 (1989, reprinted 2008);
Graduate Certificate in Criminal-Justice Management & Terrorism (2013) at Saint Leo University, Florida;
Certificate in Laws of War (2001), Sherman Kent School of Intelligence Analysis & Judge Advocate General, McLean, VA;
West Point Diploma in Military History/Strategy (1994) at West Point U.S. Military Academy, N.Y.;
Laurea Degree (B.A./M.A.) Summa cum Laude (1980) with Triple-Majors in Political Sciences, Economics & International Law at Universitá “Sapienza”-Roma 1, Italy, with Laurea Dissertation on: Rhodesia's U.D.I. Secession: Politics, Economics, Security and U.N. Sanctions, 1964-1980 (Rome: Universitá “Sapienza”-Roma 1, 1980), p.500.
PUBLICATIONS (7 BOOKS & 40+ Essays):
Historical Dictionary of NATO & International Security Organizations (New York: Rowman, Littlefield, 2009, p.987, 2nd Ed. 2021);
NATO Enlargement after 2002: Opportunities and Strategies for a New Administration (Washington, D.C.: National Defense University, June 2001), p.128;
Comparative Democratization and Peaceful Change in Single-Party-Dominant Countries (New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 1999), p.450;
Strategic Challenges to U.S. Foreign Policy in Post-Cold War (Tampa, FL: Center Inter-American & World Affairs, 1998);
Italy between Europe and Mediterranean: Diplomacy and Naval Strategy, 1800s-2000 (New York: Lang, 1997), p.1,100
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