Mauro Armadi (Rausten)
Founder and Editor-in-chief of “My country? Europe.”.
Personal page: facebook.com/Rausten.MCE
Tullio Pontecorvo (Shep)
Aspiring author of sci-fi and alternate history. Admin and co-founder of the Facebook page “My Country? Europe.”. Student of political science and international relations.
Personal blog: tulliopontecorvo.wordpress.com
Bruno Formicola (Tracer)
Student of political science and International Relations at the University of Naples “L’Orientale”, Bruno writes on several online newspapers especially about geopolitics and foreign affairs. He’s currently a member of the Young European Federalists and a researcher at the Italian Institute for The Future. Admin and co-founder of the Facebook page “My Country? Europe.”.
Personal blog: selfconsciousuniverse.altervista.org
Matteo Marannino (Sloth)
Student of Medicine and Surgery, beer lover, pc gamer, sci-fi addicted. Admin and co-founder of the Facebook page “My country? Europe.”.
Personal page: facebook.com/Sloth.MCE
Ilaria Colantuono (Ily)
Architect and graphic designer, she is interested in photography, travels, books, and personal development. Co-founder, admin and graphic manager of “My country? Europe.”, everyday she tries to make it a more beautiful place.
Personal page: twitter.com/Alexiel85
Tobias Lundqvist (Tobbe)
Editor of the Facebook page “My country? Europe.” Working as a CNC-operator, studies history in his spare time, especially interested in Ancient history, the Successors to Alexander the Great, and the Punic Wars.
Antonio Caso (Goose)
Aspiring Geographer. Blogger and editor of the Facebook page “My Country? Europe.” Student of historical sciences and geography.
Personal blog: antoniocasoblog.wordpress.com
Eleonora Di Franco
Law Student at the University of York and author for “My country? Europe.”.
PhD student of mathematics and football referee. He is also interested in Europe, the English language, and in goinf off the track to the back of beyond.
Philosophy enthusiast and editor of the facebook page “My Country? Europe.”