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Carlo Trezza

Former Ambassador for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, Former Chairman of the Missile Technology Control Regime

Carlos Trezza coordinates the Italian ELN group. He chaired the Missile Technology Control Regime, the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva and the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Disarmament Matters in New York. He was Italy’s Ambassador for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, and Ambassador to the Republic of Korea.

Ambassador Trezza joined the Italian Foreign Service in 1970, serving in Zambia, Israel and Germany, before returning in 1981 to Rome to work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Political Department. In 1984, he was posted to Madrid as the First Counsellor. In 1989 he became the Head of the Press and Information Section of the Embassy of Italy in Washington, DC, a post he held for three years. From 1992 until 1996, he served as Head of the European Security and Disarmament Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome, followed by a year in the Office of the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Content by Carlo Trezza

Commentary

What Next for the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Ambassador Carlo Trezza argues that certification of Iranian compliance is a multilateral decision and that the United States should not place domestic electoral calculations ahead of global security.

18 October 2017 | Carlo Trezza
Global Security
Commentary

US-Europe Security: Trump’s Nuclear Agenda

Ambassador Carlo Trezza, Senior Adviser of the Italian Institute for International Affairs and Coordinator of the Italian ELN group, argues that President Trump’s “top of the pack” approach to nuclear weapons establishes the premises for a new nuclear arms race, and discusses what the EU response should be.

15 March 2017 | Carlo Trezza
Global Security