Alessandro D'Onofrio conducted his studies at Universitá degli Studi di Firenze where he obtained an MA in International Relations. Since 2018 he works as International Relations manager in the European Relation Department of the Antall József Knowledge Centre. Prior to joining Antall József Knowledge Centre, gained a rich professional experience in the business sector. His primary research interests are Italian politics, Italian organized crime, British politics, Irish politics, Federalism in the UK and in Europe and the Anglo-American special relationship.
Priorities and challenges after the general elections
Demographic Perspectives from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Let’s Put Europe’s Sick Man Back on Its Feet
Perspectives for the next year from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Selected Analyses by the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Perspectives for the Next Year from the AJKC Research Team
What’s next for Europe? An Italian perspective
Boris Johnson and NHS to the Acid Test
How social networks-addicted politicians are shaping the Italian political environment
Where Does the Centre Stand?
Why Should We Care about the Last Election in Ireland?
The strange strategy of "the captain" to change the EU
It Is Time for Unionists to Abandon the Old Fears of the Past and Welcome a United Ireland?
The Yellow is Fading, and the Future is Grey
Italy in the aftermath of the European Election
Possible Scenarios for a Country in Disarray
How the League Leader is Gambling with the Future of the Country
Mario Draghi to Begin Italy’s Rescue Operation after a New Political Crisis
How to Better Understand Matteo Salvini’s Pro-European Conversion?
Takeaways from a Panel Discussion
The Success of Pro-Independence Parties Renew Claims for Constitutional Reforms in the United Kingdom
The deep-rooted link between politics and territory in Italy
Is peace in danger again?
A new understanding that promises to challenge Macron