Elia Boggia

Elia Boggia is an international relations and communications professional. He holds a Master of Arts from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy with concentrations in international governance and conflict resolution.

Fletcher Forum articles by Elia Boggia:


The Balotelli Effect: When Football is Used as a Political Tool

February 14, 2013 by Elia Boggia
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The transfer of football star, Mario Balotelli, has made political waves in Italy just weeks before parliamentary elections. Will the signing of a national prodigy help Berlusconi secure a role in the country’s next government?

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Libya’s Momentous Milestone

July 18, 2012 by Elia Boggia
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On July 7, Libya held its first free elections in sixty years. Libyans came out enthusiastically to cast their votes, and the results bucked a regional trend. With a constitution to create, the transition is far from over – but Libyans are not taking this momentous milestone for granted.

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