Stefano Marras

The author is a double masters' graduate in History at the University of Bologna and International Relations at Utrecht University.  He is a contributor to the Italian magazine “Il Caffè Geopolitico” and  for the UK-based “Atlas Institute for International Affairs.” His focus is on European security and history, military technology, EU, British and German foreign policy.

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The EU Strategy for the Indo-Pacific

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