Francesco Giumelli


Dr. Giumelli is affiliated with the University of Groningen, Netherlands. 

Areas of Specialization:

Targeted Sanctions, Role of Private Actors in Security and Governance Related Issues, Foreign Policy Analysis, EU External Relations, International Crisis Management 

Recent Publications:

Francesco Giumelli (2017), ‘The Redistributive Impact of Restrictive Measures on EU Members: Winners and Losers from Imposing Sanctions on Russia,’ Journal of Common Market Studies 55(5), pp. 1062-1080.
Francesco Giumelli (2017), ‘The Role of For-Profit Actors in Implementing Targeted Sanctions: The Case of the European Union,’ in Oldrich Bures and Helena Carrapico (eds.) Security Privatization. How Non-Security Related Private Businesses Shape Security Governance, Springer International Publishing.
Francesco Giumelli (2017), ‘From Sanctions to Strategic Communication: The EU Approach to Hybrid Threats,’ in Eugenio Cusumano and Marian Corbe (eds.) Civil-Military Response to Hybrid Threats, Palgrave Macmillan.
Francesco Giumelli (2017), ‘Winning Without Killing: The Case for Targeted Sanctions,’ in Paul A. L. Duchene and Frans P. B. Osinga (eds.) Winning Without Killing. The Strategic and Operational Utility of Non-Kinetic Capabilities in Crises, Springer International Publishing. 

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2020 - Volume 14 Issue 2