Nicola Melloni, Italian, has actively worked for the NGO “International Alert” as Researcher of the role of economic activities as a factor of peace and stabilization in the Caucasus zone.
He also works in collaboration with the Carta Review where he covers social, economic and conflict issues of the United Kingdom and the former Soviet Union.
Nicola Melloni obtained a Masters in Political Sciences from the University of Bologna with a thesis on the “Financial Crisis of 1998 in Russia”.
He obtained a Masters in International Relations in June 2001.
In 2002 he worked, as an Economics Professor for small and medium-sized companies, in Uzbekistan for a project of development and education called “Tempus-Tacis,” in the framework for a tripartite cooperation with UE-University of Bologna and the University of Tashkent.
From September 2002 to June 2004, Nicola Melloni studied at the Oxford University where he obtained a Mphil diploma in Russian and Eastern European Studies, with Honors.
Has participated in the following dossier:
Some propositions and analysis to face the new challenges of peace in the world
This dossier proposes analytical studies concerning the state of peace throughout the world, presenting a collecting of the topical books. The project covered some of the most heated zone in the globe: Palestine and Middle East, the Balkans, Former Soviet Union and Central Asia, South America
Electing to Fight: Why Emerging Democracies Go to War, Edward D. S. Mansfield and Jack Snyder
Does the spread of democracy really contribute to international peace?
Fostering Fundamentalism: Terrorism, Democracy and American Engagement in Central Asia
The short-term security assistance and long-term democracy building in authoritarian regime
From War Economies to Peace Economies in the South Caucasus
This book is a collection of papers written as a result of an 18-month research project carried out by the Economy and Conflict Research Group of the South Caucasus
Russian Federation is one of the fifteen states born after the collapse of the Soviet Union and thus not the only legitimate successor.
The Profit of Peace Corporate Responsibility in Conflict Regions
How to build a stable post-conflict environment?
The region after the collapse of Soviet Union
After the Soviet Union collapse.
The political causes of Russia’s war in Chechnya
Unexpected Power - Conflict and Change among Transnational Activists
The role of transnational non-governmental activism
Unsilencing the Past: Track Two Diplomacy and Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation
The Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Commission (TARC)