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Eugenio Lilli

I am Lecturer and Coordinator of the Masters Program in American Politics and Foreign Policy, at the Clinton Institute, University College Dublin.   My research has primarily focused on issues of US foreign policy, the Middle East, terrorism, and democracy promotion.

Previously, I lectured at King’s College London, UK, (2015-16), at the Joint Services Command and Staff College, part of the UK Defence Academy (2011-13), and at John Cabot University in Rome (2016). I was also Honorary Visiting Research Fellow at City University London (2015-16).

From 2014 to 2016 I was the founding chairperson of King’s College London’s US Foreign Policy Research Group. Moreover, I contribute to media outlets such as Al-Jazeera and The Telegraph. I also peer review book proposals on US foreign policy and international affairs for Routledge and SAGE.

For more information about myself and my publications visit my website: WebAgora

You can also follow my work on Facebook and on Twitter: @EugenioLilli

Contact: Eugenio.Lilli@ucd.ie

Tel +353 1 7161593

LIST OF SELECT PUBLICATIONS

Book: “New Beginning in US-Muslim Relations: President Obama and the Arab Awakening”,Palgrave-Macmillan (2016).

Article:“The Arab Awakening and US Counterterrorism in the Greater Middle East: A Missed Opportunity”, Journal of Terrorism Research, Vol.6, Issue 2, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, St Andrews University, May 2015.

Book Chapter: “Foreign Actors: A Double-Edged Sword Over Contentious Politics In The Middle East”, in “Contentious Politics in the Middle East”, edited by Fawaz A. Gerges, Palgrave-Macmilllan, 2015.

Book Chapter: “ON INTERVENTION: NATO After Libya – Current and future Challenges”, in “Global Challenges to the Transatlantic World”, edited by C. Crespo, Dd. Wallace, D. Silander, I. Albella, Alcalá de Henares: Instituto Franklin-UAH, 2015.

Book Review:The Arab Uprising: The Unfinished Revolutions of the New Middle East by Marc Lynch, Global Policy Journal, December 28, 2013.

Book Review: “Bending History: Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy by Martin S. Indyk et al”, Global Policy Journal, May 30, 2012.

Article:“The Illusion of US Isolationism”,Cornell International Affairs Review, Vol. V, Issue I, Fall 2011.

Opinion Piece:“The Peril of Hasty Triumphalism and Osama bin Laden’s Death”, Journal of Terrorism Research, Vol.2, Issue 1, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, St Andrews University, May 2011.

Opinion Piece:“Revolts in the Arab World: Is It Bad News for Islamic Terrorists?”, Journal of Terrorism Research, Vol.2, Issue 1, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, St Andrews University, April 2011.

Article:“Obama’s Global War On Terror”, World Defence Systems, KCL Centre for Defence Studies, Atalink, London, Vol.2, 2010.