Dr. Federiga Bindi is Jean Monnet Chair at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, a nonresident scholar at Carnegie Endowment, and Director of the Foreign Policy Initiative at IWPR. She created and led the European Center of Excellence at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. She held positions at SAIS Johns Hopkins University, Brookings Institution,Sciences Po, NUPI, the University of Lisbon, ULB the National School of Administration, and the Italian Cultural Institute in Brussels. Dr. Bindi’s latest books are the Foreign Policy of the European Union and Europe and America. The End of Transatlantic Relations?
Stephanie Anderson is the Associate Director of the Center for Global Studies and associate professor of political science at the University of Wyoming. She was a senior fellow at the Freie Universität Berlin researching EU security policy, as well as the scholar-in-residence at the EU Centre in Singapore. She is the past recipient of Fulbright Senior Scholar awards to the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin and to the Graduate School of International Studies at Sogang University in Seoul, Korea. She holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge.
Fernanda G. Nicola is Professor of Law at the Washington College of Law, American University and she is the Director of the Program on International Organizations Law and Development. She received her PhD from Trento University and her SJD degree from Harvard Law School Professor Nicola was a Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowat the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence and a Visiting Professor at LUISS in Rome and she is a Permanent Visiting Professor at iCourts the Danish National Research Foundation’s Center of Excellence for International Courts. She co-authored EU Law Stories:Contextual and Critical Histories of European Jurisprudence(CUP 2017)
Joaquín Roy (Lic. Law, University of Barcelona, 1966; Ph.D, Georgetown University, 1973), is Jean Monnet Professor and Director of University of Miami European Union Center of Excellence. He has published over 200 academic articles and reviews, and he is the author or editor of 39 books. He has also published over 1,400 columns and essays. He was awarded the Encomienda of the Order of Merit by King Juan Carlos of Spain.
Dr. Van Dyke, Associate Professor of Political Science, has taught International Relations & American Government since 1994, after completing a M.A. and Ph.D. in Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia. She teaches electives in International Relations & American Government: U.S. Foreign Policy and Decision-making, War and Peace, Genocide, International Humanitarianism, European Foreign Policy, the European Union, Women in the Global Community, and the American Presidency.