Federigo Argentieri studied politics, history and languages at the Universities of Rome "La Sapienza", Budapest-ELTE, and Harvard. He has widely published on the contemporary history and politics of Central-Eastern Europe and Italy, particularly on the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and its Western echoes and effects, as well as on Ukraine. He teaches courses on international security and comparative politics of Europe, Latin America and developing countries and regularly contributes to Italy's main newspaper Corriere della Sera and to other Italian and international media. He is the Director of the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs.
As a scholar of Eastern Europe, Professor Argentieri has contributed to various radio and tv programs analyzing and discussing the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, including: Radio Radicale (Feb. 11), "Zapping" Radio Rai 3 (Feb. 23), Rainews24 (April 1 and 11), "Agorà" Raitv 3 (April 7). This video (edited by Roberto Ronzulli) shows moments of the latter three appearances.
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