Marco Siddi is Leading Researcher at FIIA, where he coordinates the project The Global Politics of the Energy Transition. He is Adjunct Professor in World Politics at the University of Helsinki and in International Relations at Tampere University. He is also a Board Member of the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA), a Steering Committee Member of the ECPR Research Network on Energy Politics, Policy, and Governance, and a member of the European Leadership Network/Younger Generation Leaders Network on Euro-Atlantic Security. He received his PhD at the Universities of Edinburgh and Cologne, in the framework of the Marie Curie Training Network ‘Exact’ concerning the external action of the European Union.
His work focuses primarily on energy and climate politics, the politics of memory and identity, European politics and EU-Russia relations. His latest monographs are European Energy Politics: The Green Transition and EU-Russia Energy Relations (Edward Elgar 2023) and European Identities and Foreign Policy Discourses on Russia: From the Ukraine to the Syrian Crisis (Routledge, 2020). He has also co-edited the volume Historical Memory and Foreign Policy (Palgrave 2022). His research was published in top-ranked international academic journals, including the Journal of European Public Policy, Geopolitics, Europe-Asia Studies, Journal of European Integration, The International Spectator, German Politics, Politics and Governance and International Politics. In addition to FIIA, he has written policy analyses for several European think tanks, as well as for LSE EUROPP, OpenDemocracy and the European Leadership Network.
Adjunct Professor in World Politics, University of Helsinki; Adjunct Professor in International Affairs, especially European studies, Tampere University
EU-Russia relations, EU energy policy, politics of memory and identity in Europe, European security, Italy’s role in the European Union
PhD in Politics, Universities of Edinburgh and Cologne, 2014
M.A. in International Studies, University of Vienna and Vienna School of International Studies, 2010
B.A. in History and German, University of Oxford, 2008
English, Italian, German, French (working languages), Russian (receptive skills)
EU IDEA – Integration and Differentiation for Effectiveness and Accountability
The Politics of Climate Change
Russia’s technological policy and knowhow in a competitive global context
Global Politics of the Energy Transition