Paolo Deganutti

Journalist, writer
Paolo Deganutti

Paolo Deganutti, born in Trieste in 1952, worked as a bookseller and publishing agent for almost 50 years; also worked as a journalist, which got him registered in the Order of Journalists since 1977. He wrote the following articles on the topics covered in the book, published by the geopolitical journal Limes: “The free port of Trieste is liked by Central Europe and China. Italy is somewhere else,” Limes #4 – 2017; “We have returned to Habsburg splendor: a conversation with Zeno D’Agostino, President of the Eastern Adriatic Port Authority,” Limes #4 – 2017; “Trieste’s irresistible otherness,” Limes #10 – 2019. He wrote several articles for the online publication Limes on topics covered in the book: “The Free Port of Trieste is a reality: let’s not waste it,” 14.09.2017; “Trieste as European hub of the new silk road: from hypothesis to reality,” 20.09.2018; “The international role of Friuli-Venezia Giulia is an advantage for Italy. A conversation with Massimiliano Fedriga, President of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region,” 18.10.2018. He organized many geopolitical conferences with Limes Club Trieste and Club Geopolitica Trieste, where he is one of the animators.

Historical and strategic analyst

Gianandrea Gaiani

Writer, Journalist, Political Analyst

Martin Sieff

Professor at the London School of Economics

Robert H. Wade

Diplomat, former Italian Ambassador to Madrid, London, and Moscow

Pasquale Quito Terracciano

IRIS Research Director, Specialist in Modern African History

Caroline Roussy

General Director of Mosfilm Film Concern, film director, screenwriter, producer

Karen Shakhnazarov