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Section: Istituto Affari Internazionali (Italy)

      Europe’s “Just Do It” Moment
      Oct10

      Europe’s “Just Do It” Moment

      In: IAI CommentariesEurope’s “Just Do It” MomentIssue: 19|57Europe’s “Just Do It” Moment Nathalie Tocci* It may strike as odd coming from this author, but this is no time for grand strategy. As the European Union enters a new cycle, it’s overarching priority in the world should be action. The last five years have...

      La guerra in Ucraina: quali prospettive di soluzione?
      Sep11

      La guerra in Ucraina: quali prospettive di soluzione?

      07/10/2019Turin, Campus Luigi Einaudi The seminar, organized in cooperation with the University of Turin, the Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, and in particular with the CISP – Centro Interateneo di Studi per la Pace will deal with the annexation of Crimea and the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war in Donbass region, the Western...

      La difesa missilistica e l’Italia
      Sep05

      La difesa missilistica e l’Italia

      In: Documenti IAILa difesa missilistica e l’Italia: vecchie minacce e nuove sfide per la sicurezza nazionaleIssue: 19|17In quest’ultimo ventennio la diffusione di tecnologie su larga scala ha favorito la continua proliferazione delle capacità missilistiche. L’ammodernamento dei sistemi di attacco, caratterizzati da sempre...

      Priorità italiane dopo 70 anni di Nato
      Sep05

      Priorità italiane dopo 70 anni di Nato

      In: Documenti IAIPriorità italiane dopo 70 anni di NatoIssue: 19|16Con la fine della Guerra Fredda, la Nato ha avviato un processo, ad oggi ancora in corso, di ridefinizione del proprio approccio strategico, affiancando a deterrenza e difesa collettiva nuove funzioni e capacità, dalla gestione di crisi alla sicurezza cooperativa, volte a...

      Comunicazione social dei partiti e narrazione euroscettica nelle europee 2019
      Sep05

      Comunicazione social dei partiti e narrazione euroscettica nelle europee 2019

      In: Documenti IAIComunicazione social dei partiti e narrazione euroscettica nelle europee 2019Issue: 19|15From the point of view of political communication, the last European elections were characterised by the great influence of social networks. The narration of European policies by Eurosceptic movements and organisations has been able to rely...

      The Budgetary Future of Migration and Development Policy in the European Union
      Sep05

      The Budgetary Future of Migration and Development Policy in the European Union

      In: IAI PapersThe Budgetary Future of Migration and Development Policy in the European UnionIssue: 19|15In June 2018, the European Commission released a number of proposals addressing aspects of the European Union’s upcoming Multiannual Financial Framework for the 2021–2027 period. From a migration-policy perspective, the proposals under...

      Between “America First” and the “Chinese Dream”
      Sep05

      Between “America First” and the “Chinese Dream”

      In: Documenti IAIBetween “America First” and the “Chinese Dream”: What the EU and Japan Can Do TogetherIssue: 19|14The upheaval of the international order as we knew it is pushing the EU and Japan to take on more responsibilities in global issues, including in unsolved affairs such as the denuclearisation and peace process...

      Italy and Russia: New Alignment or More of the Same?
      Apr16

      Italy and Russia: New Alignment or More of the Same?

      In: IAI CommentariesItaly and Russia: New Alignment or More of the Same?Issue: 19|28Italy and Russia: New Alignment or More of the Same? Nona Mikhelidze* The 2018 parliamentary elections in Italy marked a spectacular victory for populist parties – the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (MoVimento 5 Stelle – M5S) and the right-wing anti-migrant...

      Italy’s Lukewarm Approach to Arms Control
      Feb15

      Italy’s Lukewarm Approach to Arms Control

      In: IAI CommentariesItaly’s Lukewarm Approach to Arms ControlIssue: 19|12Italy’s Lukewarm Approach to Arms Control Carlo Trezza* Arms control does not seem to be a priority for the present Italian government led by Giuseppe Conte. The issue is not addressed in the “government contract”,[1] the compromise text considered a “bible” by...

      Women leaders and the key role of Civil Society Organisations. Enhancing Civil-Military Cooperation in Ukraine
      May09

      Women leaders and the key role of Civil Society Organisations. Enhancing Civil-Military Cooperation in Ukraine

      15/05/2018 to 16/05/2018Kharkiv The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) of Rome and the Women’s Information Consultative Center (WICC) of Kyiv are organizing an Advanced Research Workshop on Women leaders and the key role of Civil Society Organisations. Enhancing Civil-Military Cooperation in Ukraine, to be held on 15 and 16 May 2018 in...

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