Dr Eugenio Lilli

Dr Eugenio Lilli


Dr Eugenio Lilli

UNIVERSITY College Dublin

Dr Eugenio Lilli is a Lecturer in American Studies and Coordinator of the Master’s Program in American Politics and Foreign Policy at University College Dublin, Clinton Institute for American Studies.

Eugenio’s current work focuses on US cyber security policy. He is especially interested in how advancements in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) have affected US national security in the areas of defense, homeland security, and foreign policy. His publications also cover issues of US foreign policy toward the Middle East, democracy promotion, and international terrorism.

Eugenio has contributed to media outlets such as Al-Jazeera, RTE, The Telegraph, The Conversation, and The Wire. He also peer reviews book proposals on US foreign policy and international affairs for Routledge and SAGE.

For more information, please visit Eugenio’s personal website.


Dr Matthew Alan Hill

liverpool john moores university

Dr Matthew Alan Hill is a senior lecturer in US History and International Relations and is the programme leader for the MA in International Relations at Liverpool John Moores University.

Dr. Hill’s research examines US Foreign Policy, in particular democracy promotion. It examines the role of democracy promotion in foreign policy strategizing and how democratisation is implemented on the ground. In particular, he looks at the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations conflict-based missions in Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya. His future research project will examine Anglo-American relations concerning sovereignty disputes between the two over certain Pacific Islands during and after WWII.

For more information, please visit Matthew’s profile page on the Liverpool John Moore’s University website here.

Dr Matthew Alan Hill

Dr Matthew Alan Hill

Past Conveners

Wali Aslam, University of Bath
Maria Ryan, University of Nottingham
Nicholas Kitchen, London School of Economics
Oz Hassan, University of Warwick
Lee Marsden, UEA
Adam Quinn, University of Birmingham
Inderjeet Parmar, University of Manchester
John Dumbrell, University of Durham


"What I enjoy most about this Working Group is the friendly and collegiate atmosphere, whereby people support you in all kinds of ways to develop your own research interests into US foreign policy, whether contemporary or historical."