Luigi Iannone was born in Caserta. He graduated in Political Science awarded by “Federico II” University in Naples with a thesis on Catholic trade-unionism, and he holds a Master’s degree in Communication and Public Relations
Free-lance journalist and Editor, he writes for “Il Giornale”.
He collaborated with the newspapers Quotidiano di Caserta, Panorama, Secolo d'Italia, L'Indipendente e Il Roma, and for the cultural political magazines Il Borghese, L’Altra Voce, La Provincia, Nazione Futura, Percorsi.
He attended the Osservatorio Sguardo Giovani at the "Ministry of Communications" (Broadcasting Department).
In 2003 he was supervisor at the Political Science University in Naples in a Seminar called “D’Annunzio and Gentile: the origin of Fascism”, whose acts are published in the book “Le origini del Fascismo”.
He has lectured on Political Communication at several Party formation’s schools.
In 2006 he was warrantor’s assistant for The Personal data protection Authority and he edited the volume Dignity. The Turning point.
He was History Department Manager and Charter member at ISIS (Italian Institute of Sociological Studies) in Naples.
Since 2011 he has been a Member of the Academic Council of the High Strategic and Political Studies Institute in Milan (www.iassp.it). In 2013/2014, at this Institute, he was Tutor of History of political thought for the Free Private Research Doctorate
In2003 he was winner of the Premio Nazionale della Cultura awarded by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers for the essay writing.
And in 2018 he was winner of the Premio internazionale città di Firenze for the essay writing with the book “Il cinema delle stanze vuote”.