Enrico Letta, born in 1966, former Prime Minister of the Italian Republic (April 2013-February 2014), several times member of Parliament and Minister (during D’Alema and Amato Governments, 1998-2001); he was also Under Secretary of the Prime Minister (during the secondo Prodi’s Government) and a representative at the European Parliament (2004-2006).
Since 2015, having resigned from the House of Deputies, he is Dean of the International Affairs School of University Sciences Po in Paris and founder of the School of Politics entitled to the memory of Nino Andreatta.
He is also Secretary-General Arel, President of the Jacques Delors Institute, founder of the Académie Notre Europe, president of the Association Italia-Asean, co-chair of the Pontignano-British Council Conference.
He was awarded with the “Gran Cruz” for the civilian merit of the Kingdom of Spain (2014) and the Legion of Honor of the French Republic (2016).
His last two books are “Going Together, Going Far” (Mondadori, 2015) and “Against Winds and Tides, Ideas for Europe and for Italy” (Il Mulino, 2017).