I completed my undergraduate studies at King’s College London (KCL) in International Relations with a study abroad programme at The University of Hong Kong (HKU), and my post-graduate studies at University College London (UCL) in Political Theory. I then attended a journalism training programme in the largest news agency in London, the Press Association – acquiring the Diploma from the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) in the UK. I subsequently acquired the equivalent Diploma in Italy, where I am now formally registered as a professional journalist at the National Order of Journalists. I have worked as a freelance journalist focusing on the Middle East and North Africa, Europe and the United States of America, and more recently China and Hong Kong. My work is based on in-depth reporting with voices on the ground, providing an authentic view to my readers. I write in both Italian and English for national and international outlets. I first started my work in North Africa for the Tunisian newspaper Tunisia Live, then for the Libyan newspaper Libya Herald, and the Arab newspapers Middle East Eye, The New Arab, and Al-Monitor. I then moved back to Europe, where I reported for American think tanks and outlets, like the Jamestown foundation, First Things Magazine, Spectator USA, Washington Examiner and The American Conservative. I also worked for Italian and European newspapers like il Foglio, Gli occhi della Guerra, il Giornale, as well as the German newspaper Junge Freiheit, where my work was translated into German. I created this website to gather my most important work.