FEU Editorial Board
Šárka Shoup is the Director of the Institute for Politics and Society (IPPS), where she is responsible for managing communications and political affairs, as well as the overall work of the IPPS and its collaborations. She is also a Board Member of the European Liberal Forum.
Antonios Nestoras is the Deputy Executive Director of the European Liberal Forum. Holding a double PhD in Social and Political Science from VUB and the UA, he has over 12 years of experience in academia and European public administration. He has publications in peer-reviewed journals, think-tank reports, and EU media.
Dr Maria Alesina is Policy and Research Officer at the ELF. Maria holds a PhD in interdisciplinary European Periodical Studies, MA degrees in EU Studies and Political Science, and a BA degree in Philosophy from the universities in Belgium, Germany, and Ukraine. She specialises in European cultural, social, and neighbourhood-related affairs and has professional experience in journalism and editorship.
Francesco Cappelletti is Policy and Research Officer at the ELF. Currently PhD candidate in Cybersecurity Law at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, he holds a MA in International Relations from the University of Florence and MA in World Politics from MGIMO (Moscow). He teaches courses related to cybersecurity, diplomacy and disinformation at the Brussels School of Governance.
Vincent Delhomme is a graduate of the College of Europe in Bruges and worked there as an Academic Assistant between 2017-2020. He collaborates with the French think-tank GenerationLibre, and is currently concluding his doctoral research in European Law at UCLouvain in Belgium.
Gérard Pogorel is Professor emeritus of Economics at the Institut Polytechnique de Paris-Telecom, CNRS Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation. An independent international expert in telecommunications, media, and the digital economy, he has worked with the European Commission, national authorities, scientific committees.
Kristijan Kotarski has been Assistant Professor at the Zagreb Faculty of Political Science since 2015. His research is focused on the international political economy subjects. He co-edited two prominent books, wrote more than 20 scientific papers and 30 professional articles.