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Francesco Buscemi is a PhD candidate in Political Science, European Politics and International Relations (PEI) at the Pisa-based Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, and a member of the Research School on Peace and Conflict at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO). He holds a Master degree in Law from the University of Bologna and a Master in Human Rights and Conflict Management from Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies. He has previous work experience with the Italian Army, the European Union-funded UNDP-operated SEESAC small arms control program in Belgrade and the Flemish Peace Institute, Brussels. His main areas of interest lie in the fields of peace and conflict studies and critical security studies. In particular, he focuses on insurgency and civil war, Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) and the character of armed violence.
Buscemi, F., Duquet, N., Golovko, E. and Woods, E. (2018), Illicit firearms proliferation in the EU periphery: the case of Ukraine, in: Duquet, N. ed., Triggering Terror. Illicit Gun Markets and Firearms Acquisition of Terrorist Networks in Europe, Brussels: Flemish Peace Institute.