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Gabriele Abbondanza
Visiting Fellow
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Gabriele Abbondanza Visiting fellow
Gabriele Abbondanza Visiting Fellow

gabriabb@ucm.es

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BIOGRAPHY

Gabriele Abbondanza is Marie Curie Fellow (a European Union position) at the University of Madrid (UCM), Associate Researcher at the University of Sydney (USYD), and Associate Fellow at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI). His fields of expertise comprise Italian foreign policy, Australian foreign policy, the Indo-Pacific, middle and great powers, and irregular migration governance. His teaching activity focuses on international relations, international security, and irregular migration; and his research has been published by some of the most influential publishers and scientific journals. He often engages with public institutions and the media to disseminate the most significant aspects of his research. He holds a Visiting Fellowship at Turin’s FIERI Institute (January-February 2024).

PUBLICATIONS

Abbondanza & S. Battiston (eds.), Italy and Australia: redefining bilateral relations for the twenty-first century (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2024)

Abbondanza & T. Wilkins, “Europe in the Indo-Pacific: economic, security, and normative engagement”, International Political Science Review (2023), 1-7

Abbondanza, “Italy’s quiet pivot to the Indo-Pacific: towards an Italian Indo-Pacific strategy”, International Political Science Review (2023), 1-11

Abbondanza, “A sea of difference? Australian and Italian approaches to irregular migration and seaborne asylum seekers”, Contemporary Politics 29(1) (2023): 93-113

Abbondanza, “I fenomeni migratori in Oceania: tra emigrazione e immigrazione”, in Atlante Geopolitico 2023 (Rome: Treccani, 2023), 24-26

PROJECTS

ITAUSMIGR – financed by European Commission (Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement n. 847635, 2023-2026)

BIOGRAPHY

Gabriele Abbondanza is Marie Curie Fellow (a European Union position) at the University of Madrid (UCM), Associate Researcher at the University of Sydney (USYD), and Associate Fellow at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI). His fields of expertise comprise Italian foreign policy, Australian foreign policy, the Indo-Pacific, middle and great powers, and irregular migration governance. His teaching activity focuses on international relations, international security, and irregular migration; and his research has been published by some of the most influential publishers and scientific journals. He often engages with public institutions and the media to disseminate the most significant aspects of his research. He holds a Visiting Fellowship at Turin’s FIERI Institute (January-February 2024).

PUBLICATIONS

Abbondanza & S. Battiston (eds.), Italy and Australia: redefining bilateral relations for the twenty-first century (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2024)

Abbondanza & T. Wilkins, “Europe in the Indo-Pacific: economic, security, and normative engagement”, International Political Science Review (2023), 1-7

Abbondanza, “Italy’s quiet pivot to the Indo-Pacific: towards an Italian Indo-Pacific strategy”, International Political Science Review (2023), 1-11

Abbondanza, “A sea of difference? Australian and Italian approaches to irregular migration and seaborne asylum seekers”, Contemporary Politics 29(1) (2023): 93-113

Abbondanza, “I fenomeni migratori in Oceania: tra emigrazione e immigrazione”, in Atlante Geopolitico 2023 (Rome: Treccani, 2023), 24-26

PROJECTS

ITAUSMIGR – financed by European Commission (Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement n. 847635, 2023-2026)

BIOGRAPHY

Gabriele Abbondanza is Marie Curie Fellow (a European Union position) at the University of Madrid (UCM), Associate Researcher at the University of Sydney (USYD), and Associate Fellow at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI). His fields of expertise comprise Italian foreign policy, Australian foreign policy, the Indo-Pacific, middle and great powers, and irregular migration governance. His teaching activity focuses on international relations, international security, and irregular migration; and his research has been published by some of the most influential publishers and scientific journals. He often engages with public institutions and the media to disseminate the most significant aspects of his research. He holds a Visiting Fellowship at Turin’s FIERI Institute (January-February 2024).

PUBLICATIONS

Abbondanza & S. Battiston (eds.), Italy and Australia: redefining bilateral relations for the twenty-first century (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2024)

Abbondanza & T. Wilkins, “Europe in the Indo-Pacific: economic, security, and normative engagement”, International Political Science Review (2023), 1-7

Abbondanza, “Italy’s quiet pivot to the Indo-Pacific: towards an Italian Indo-Pacific strategy”, International Political Science Review (2023), 1-11

Abbondanza, “A sea of difference? Australian and Italian approaches to irregular migration and seaborne asylum seekers”, Contemporary Politics 29(1) (2023): 93-113

Abbondanza, “I fenomeni migratori in Oceania: tra emigrazione e immigrazione”, in Atlante Geopolitico 2023 (Rome: Treccani, 2023), 24-26

PROJECTS

ITAUSMIGR – financed by European Commission (Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement n. 847635, 2023-2026)

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