Professor, Roma Tre
Marilena Gala is associate professor of History of International Relations at the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Roma Tre, where she teaches two master courses on nuclear history and international security.
She is a specialist in transatlantic relations and arms control. She was Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center, in 2003 and again, with a six months Fulbright Foreign Scholarship, in 2010. She is one of the instructors at the Nuclear Boot Camp – a summer school created within the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project funded by the Carnegie Foundation.
Her last publication in English is ‘The essential weaknesses of the December 1979 “Agreement”: the White House and the implementing of the dual-track decision’, Cold War History, 2019, Vol. 19, n. 1, 21-38.