Fabrizio Luciolli

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(academic, deep state operative)
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Member ofIntegrity Initiative/Cluster/Italy, Integrity Initiative/Cluster/Leaders

Fabrizio Luciolli is an Italian academic exposed as head of the Institute for Statecraft's Italian chapter.

“Director of the Institute's Italian chapter. As an Italian academic and President of the Atlantic Treaty Association, Fabrizio has an unrivalled network of trusted contacts in the Western Balkans as well as strong links to NATO and EU networks to ensure that the programme is alerted to any emerging local or institutional risks and opportunities.”
Euan Grant [1]


In 2014 Fabrizio Luciolli, then President of the Italian Atlantic Committee, was made President of the Atlantic Treaty Association 2015-17,[2].


Documents by Fabrizio Luciolli

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Invoice Integrity Initiative Italyinvoice13 December 2018Atlantic Treaty Association
Integrity Initiative/Cluster/Italy
Invoice from the Italian Atlantic Treaty Association for the inaugural event of the Italian cell ('cluster') of the UK deep state faction, the Integrity Initiative, plus for a report on Russian influence in Italian elections. The inaugural event presumably took place in London.
Document:Russia and the Italian Electionsreport25 June 2018Italy"For internal use only". Analysis of Italian election meddling - where some political parties apparently are trying to influence public opinion: "In Italy, appears evident that the promotion of a strategy to spread disinformation and to influence the Italian political opinions, has been limited and came much more from national populist parties, rather than from Russia or whatsoever foreign country."
Document:Skripal Case Italyreport25 June 2018Italy
Sergei Skripal
Conclusion: "To counter this Italian trend it’s important to properly address the key political leaders, their new populist parties, and key editorialists, by an effective, discrete and articulated information campaign and narrative and not to be exclusively focused on trolls and fake news."