Visiting Fellow, May-June, 2014
Dr. Ernesto Gallo received his MA and PhD from the University of Turin. He has lectured in several British universities, among which the Birkbeck College and the University of Birmingham, and is currently based at the Kaplan International College London and The Open University.
Dr. Gallo has published in English and Italian on issues of international relations and political theory, globalisation, empire, and EU politics. Also, he has published (with Giovanni Biava) political commentaries in Open Democracy, and is currently engaged in a research project on Central Asia, with a specific focus on Kazakhstan between two great powers, China and Russia.
Publications by Ernesto Gallo
Eurasian Union versus Silk Road Economic Belt?
While Russia and China are heralding a new “strategic partnership,” this policy brief explores how competition between the two countries may increasingly emerge in regard to Central Asia—a region where […]
Kazakhstan’s “Pivot to China”?
Kazakh President Nazarbayev’s visit to China on May 19-20 has taken place at a time of rising challenges for Kazakhstan. Nazarbayev’s attempt to “pivot to China” can bring benefits in […]