Maurizio Giuliano

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Maurizio Giuliano (Milano, 24 febbraio 1975) è un giornalista, scrittore e viaggiatore italiano.

Al 2004 era, secondo il libro dei Guinness, la persona più giovane che avesse visitato tutti i paesi indipendenti del mondo. Nel 2006 e 2007 era funzionario per le Nazioni Unite in Repubblica Centrafricana e Sudan. [1] [2] [3] [3] [4][5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34] [35] [36]

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Maurizio Giuliano è nato il 24 febbraio 1975 a Milano, da un padre avvocato e da una madre casalinga.[16] Ha vissuto, tra vari paesi, a Cuba, in Cile, e in Indonesia.[16]

Dopo aver completato la scuola a Milano, nonché a Manchester,[16], ha conseguito una laurea all'Università di Oxford nel 1996, e un master all'Università di Cambridge nel 1997.[1] A Oxford ha studiato allo University College[2] per un corso inter-disciplinare in filosofia, politica ed economia.

Nel 1998, era ricercatore presso il Centro di Studi Sociali di Santiago del Cile.[7]

Scritti[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Giuliano ha pubblicato due libri su Cuba, nonché studi accademici, focalizzati sull'embargo USA, che sostiene avere un effetto contro-producente ed un maggiore appoggio al regime.

Note[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  1. ^ a b (ES) Maurizio Giuliano, El Caso CEA: Intelectuales e Inquisidores en Cuba (back cover), Ediciones Universal, 1998, ISBN 0897298705
  2. ^ a b University College Newsletter, Trinity 2004
  3. ^ a b (ES) Pablo Alfonso, Cuba hizo purga contra académicos, El Nuevo Herald, May 8, 1998
  4. ^ (ES) Alejandro Lorenzo, title Presentan obra de purga académica, El Nuevo Herald, 27 May 1998
  5. ^ (ES) Carlos Ruíz, Cabellero reincide, Venezuela Analítica, 06 August 2001
  6. ^ Peter Johnson (Princeton University), Review of ¿ Intelectuales vs. Revolución ? El caso del Centro de Estudios sobre América, Johns Hopkins University, 2001
  7. ^ a b Maurizio Giuliano, The United States' embargo and Cuba's foreign relations: missed opportunities for democratization (abstract), Democratization, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Autumn 1998
  8. ^ Maurizio Giuliano, Timor Est, dove nessuno ride, Popoli, May 1999
  9. ^ Journalist detained in Burma, photographs of Aung san Suu Kyi confiscated, IFEX, August 2000
  10. ^ Myanmar deports French and Italian journalists, Asian Political News, 24 August 1998
  11. ^ Burma expels Italian reporter for "illegal reporting", TV Myanmar, 18 August 1998
  12. ^ Six journalists arrested, Annual Report 2002, Reporters sans Frontières, 2002
  13. ^ Guinness Book of World Records 2006 (page 126 on the UK edition), Guinness World Records, 2006
  14. ^ Author unknown, European sets world travel record, ABC Online, February 27 2004 (NB: The article mistakenly states that Giuliano was 23 at the time, while he was 28 as reflected in the Guinness Book)
  15. ^ (NL) Jongste Wereldreiziger Vestigde Record in Suriname, Suriname Dagblad, 24 February 2004
  16. ^ a b c d Simona Ravizza, A 29 anni come Marco Polo: ho visitato i 192 paesi del mondo, Corriere della Sera, 14 March 2004
  17. ^ Central African Republic: Humanitarian Crisis Continues, Funding Remains Low (press release), United Nations, 10 February 2006
  18. ^ CAR: Donor conference begins in Cameroon, IRIN, 20 February 2006
  19. ^ a b Plea for Humanitarian Aid in Northern CAR, Angola Press, 22 February 2006
  20. ^ Jeffrey Gettleman, Chaos in Darfur Rises as Arabs Fight With Arabs, New York Times, 03 September 2007
  21. ^ Pakistan: IOM busy with Afghan voter education campaign, IRIN, 29 September 2004
  22. ^ Afghanistan - Pakistan: Insecurity hampered voter registration in North and South Waziristan, IRIN, 07 October 2004
  23. ^ Registration of Afghan voters completed, Dawn, 05 October 2004
  24. ^ Attorney-General's Office one step closer to delivering justice for narcotics-related crime (press release), UNDP, 14 May 2005
  25. ^ Afghan Law Students Score High in Washington DC (press release), UNDP, 04 April 2005
  26. ^ (FR) Modeste J. Poubalandji, Diner d'exchange en prélude de la fête de Noël, Le Confident, 19 December 2005 [collegamento interrotto]
  27. ^ Opheera McDoom, Sudan surrounds, attacks volatile Darfur camp - witness, Reuters, 22 August 2007
  28. ^ Opheera McDoom, Armed men attack police in Darfur refugee camp, Reuters, 20 August 2007
  29. ^ Alistair Thomson, Deadly floods, disease afflict Africa's arid Sahel, Reuters, 15 August 2007
  30. ^ Opheera McDoom, Former Darfur rebels say Khartoum arming militia, Reuters, 16 August 2007
  31. ^ Craig Timberg, Chadian Rebels Urge Cease-Fire As Push Falters, The Washington Post, 06 February 2008
  32. ^ (ES) Massimo Alberizzi, Yamena, la capital fantasma de un Chad arrasado por el terror, El Mundo (Spain), 11 February 2008
  33. ^ Craig Timberg, Aid Groups Work to Avert Disaster Among Chadians in Cameroon, The Washington Post, 08 February 2008
  34. ^ Sarah Simpson, Chadian refugees head home after failed rebel coup, The Christian Science Monitor, 14 February 2008
  35. ^ (FR) R.M., Maurizio Giuliano: "Une trés bonne réponse de la communauté internationale", Cameroon Tribune, 18 February 2008
  36. ^ (FR) Les refugiés de N'djaména craignent toujours de rentrer chez eux, Cameroon-One, 15 February 2008

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