Wed, 3/22: Migration and Security

Migration and Security:
What Does The Future Hold For The West?
presented by
Dr. Stefano De Angelis
Wednesday, March 22nd, 6:30 PM

Light Refreshments Will Be Served

Dr. Stefano De Angelis returns to the Italian American Museum on Wednesday, March 22 to discuss the current migration affecting Italy and the West, the role of the criminal and terrorist organizations in this business, the consequences for our society and the risks for our security.

About Stefano De Angelis:

Stefano De Angelis (Chieti, 1986) graduated with magna cum laude in Sociology at the University G. D'Annunzio of Chieti-Pescara, with a thesis on the terrorist phenomena, the result of a long research conducted between Italy and the United States. Author of the survey book, “Terrorism in the Postmodern Era” (Tabula Fati, Chieti 2014), of the sociological pocket “Pillole Liquide” (Tabula Fati, Chieti 2015), “Le parole della Jihad” (Amazon Publishing, Charleston 2016) and articles in the field of defense and foreign policy for blogs and newspapers. His book “Isis Vs Occidente” (Amazon Publishing, Charleston 2015) is a best seller in this category in Europe with over 100,000 copies sold. He is a Senior Research Fellow at Istituto Mediterraneo Studi Internazionali, and professor of Terrorism and International Security, in the police department of Chieti.

Wednesday, March 22nd, 6:30 PM

RSVP Code: MS0322

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