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Giacomo Cassano


Giacomo Cassano


Giacomo Cassano is an intern with SIPRI's Dual-Use and Arms Trade Control Programme. He is supporting the work on the maintenance of the SIPRI's database mapping Arms Trade Treaty relevant cooperation and assistance activities. He is also Research Collaborator with the Institute of International Research - Disarmament Archive (IRIAD) in Rome.

Giacomo Cassano completed his Graduate Diploma in Middle Eastern Studies at the Catholic University in Milan, Italy, with a thesis on the Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action, with a focus on the concept of "breakout time" and on the role of Europe. He previously worked as a Research Intern at the Institute of International Research - Disarmament Archive (IRIAD) in Rome, where his research mainly focused on Nuclear Disarmament and Iran. He received a BA in Physics from the State University in Milan. 

Subject expertise

Nuclear Disarmament, Conventional Disarmament, Weapons of Mass Destruction

Regional expertise

Italy, Middle East, Iran

Italian, English, French

Master in Middle Eastern Studies (MIMES), Graduate School ASERI, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart; Bachelor's degree in Physics, State University of Milan.

External publications
  • Cassano, G., Nuclear insecurity: the threat of cyberterrorism, in IRIAD Review, n.12 (2020)
  • Cassano, G., The Iranian nuclear deal.The challenge for Europe, in IRIAD Review, n.10 (2019)