Emiliano Stornelli
is the founding Chairman of the Religion & Security Council (RSC).
He established RSC in 2016 with the aim to promote conflicts resolution and peace-building by addressing the role of the religious factor in international crises. A KAICIID European Fellow, Emiliano Stornelli coordinates editorial activities, research projects, and study seminars at the Pontifical Missionary Union and the International Center for Mission and Formation. In 2018 and 2019, he directed cooperation programs and interreligious dialogue activities in Lebanon (Tripoli, Beirut). He is also a Fellow of the International Association for Counter-Terrorism and Security Professionals – South-East Asia Region (IACSP SEA), and Advisor to the IACSP Nordic Counter Terrorism Network. Previously, Emiliano Stornelli was Director of the Mediterranean & Middle East Program at the Italian Atlantic Committee (Rome, 2011-2016), and Advisor to the President of the Atlantic Treaty Association (Brussels, 2014-2016). Specialized in Strategic Studies at the Center for High Defense Studies (Italian Ministry of Defense), Emiliano Stornelli was Visiting Researcher at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C., and collaborated with the Military Center for Strategic Studies. As an analyst and researcher, he has published widely on Middle East affairs, Transatlantic relations, the US foreign policy, and the role of the religious factor in conflicts resolution. He graduated at LUISS Guido Carli in Rome.


See also:
Geopolitics with RSC Chairman Emiliano Stornelli (Interview by THO Turkish Heritage Organization)
Lebanon Is Going Through a Dark Tunnel with No End in Sight
No More “Heretics”, but “Partners” for Peace
Nigeria: A Call To Restore Security Against Extremist Violence

Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue In Italy: Challenges and Perspectives

Christian-Muslim Relations: From Dialogue to Cooperation

RSC Chairman Emiliano Stornelli in the KAICIID European Fellowship Programme

Pope Francis in Abu Dhabi: Advancing Security Through Religion
New Partnership for Peace in Iraq
Forum “The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East”
Visit of the “Custos of the Holy Land” for the Future of Christians in Tripoli
Religions are the Gateway for Peace and Security
Interreligious Dialogue and Conflicts Resolution
Terrorist Attacks on Churches and Interreligious Coexistence

Tripoli, Lebanon: St. Francis Shows the Way of Peace to the Middle East

Parternship for the Middle East-Gulf Region Young Generations in Asia: Christians and Muslims in Dialogue
Human Development and Instability in the Middle East Partnership for the Mediterranean-Gulf Region
Interreligious Dialogue to Advance Security in the Middle East Partnerships for Africa and the Mediterranean
Enduring Peace Project
Interreligious Dialogue & Conflicts Resolution in the Med-Me Region
Time for a “Reset” in Saudi Arabia-Iran Relations: The Role of Interreligious Dialogue
Combining ‘Heart & Reason’ for Successful Migration Policies in Europe