Morgana Federica Signorini is a professional working in international security. Since 2021, she works in counterterrorism at the United Nations Office of Coun-ter-Terrorism, dealing especially with potential terrorist and violent extremist threats on emerging technologies and digital platforms. Throughout her acade-mic career, Morgana has researched counterterrorism from several perspecti-ves, including international law, psychology and intelligence for her master de-gree in International Relations (University of Florence, 2021), Master of Science in War and Psychiatry (King’s College London, 2018), and Master in Criminology (La Sapienza University, 2016), while publishing the outcomes of her work on the Italian Society of Criminology’s Review (2016, 2017, 2019), as a testimony to its quality and relevance. In her free time she volunteers as an activist in the Eu-ropean Federalist Movement and as a forest firefighter in the Civil Protection.

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Praise Or Peril? Problematic Aspects of Criminalising Incitement to Terrorism in International Law