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Section: Istituto Affari Internazionali (Italy)

    Can the West Afford to Let the World Go Hungry?
    Jun27

    Can the West Afford to Let the World Go Hungry?

    While economic interdependencies do not prevent war, witnessed most recently by Russia’s naked war of conquest in Ukraine, the costs of war in a globalised world spread far and wide. Russia has taken the world’s food markets hostage by blockading Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea. The resulting food price increases make a humanitarian...

    The European Union’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy in the Western Balkans: Political and Economic Perspectives
    Jun21

    The European Union’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy in the Western Balkans: Political and Economic Perspectives

    The future of Europe and of EU enlargement are high on the agenda. They will be discussed on 23-24 June 2022, first at the European Council then at the EU-Western Balkans high-level conference organised under the auspices of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union. EU leaders will be called upon to take far-reaching decisions...

    Promoting Energy Transition and Food Security: The Role of the G7 under Germany’s Presidency
    Jun21

    Promoting Energy Transition and Food Security: The Role of the G7 under Germany’s Presidency

    The Covid-19 crisis and the war in Ukraine added further pressures on the current rule-based multilateral order and its capacity to deal with emerging global challenges. The German G7 Presidency faces the opportunity to tackle key issues of multilateral cooperation at unprecedented turbulent times. Surging energy and food prices are especially...

    Pensiero globale, azione locale: da Torino uno sguardo sulla governance globale dopo la guerra all’Ucraina
    Jun20

    Pensiero globale, azione locale: da Torino uno sguardo sulla governance globale dopo la guerra all’Ucraina

    The Russian aggression in Ukraine called for an unprecedented response in Europe. Meanwhile, the political, economic and social challenges posed by the pandemic have shown the need for negotiated and internationally shared solutions. Looking beyond the emergency posed by the pandemic, systemic challenges such as the fight against climate change...

    Legislation as a Tool for Expanding the Power of the State and Limiting Political and Civil Rights in Modern Russia
    Jun14

    Legislation as a Tool for Expanding the Power of the State and Limiting Political and Civil Rights in Modern Russia

    The whole world is now witnessing what Russian lawmaking of previous years has led to. The aggression against Ukraine is a direct consequence of the suppression of any dissent in Russia, formalised by the parliament as laws. Russian legislators – who got into parliament as a result of not only electoral fraud, but also laws that place insuperable...

    Reconciling EU Energy Security with Climate Policies: Rethinking European Gas Markets
    Jun14

    Reconciling EU Energy Security with Climate Policies: Rethinking European Gas Markets

    In response to Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and the global energy crisis that worsened in its wake, the EU has decided to end its dependence on Russian fossil fuels while firmly reinvigorating its climate leadership. European policymakers, alongside the private sector, are struggling with the complexity of energy systems and governance,...

    Why Ukraine (and Moldova) Must Become EU Candidates
    Jun08

    Why Ukraine (and Moldova) Must Become EU Candidates

    In the fourth month of war, European support for Ukraine risks sagging. This includes dropping the ball on Ukraine’s EU membership. Denying candidacy (or offering empty alternatives of potential candidacy) would represent a symbolic debacle for Ukraine and for the EU, and a stunning symbolic win for Putin. Alongside the recognition of full...

    Not Yet Time for Diplomacy. Lessons from Italy's Ill-Conceived Peace Plan for Ukraine
    Jun07

    Not Yet Time for Diplomacy. Lessons from Italy's Ill-Conceived Peace Plan for Ukraine

    Few may have noticed, but Italy recently advanced its own diplomatic proposal for a resolution of the war in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Istituto Affari...

    Beyond the “End of History”: Nationalism, Liberalism and the War in Ukraine
    May26

    Beyond the “End of History”: Nationalism, Liberalism and the War in Ukraine

    During a recent night-time address to the Ukrainian people, president Volodymyr Zelensky proclaimed that Kyiv is now “the capital of global democracy, the capital of the struggle for freedom for all on the European continent”.[1] Zelensky has been a powerful communicator throughout Russia’s war against Ukraine. …read more Source::...

    Il futuro della NATO e la sicurezza dell’Europa
    May24

    Il futuro della NATO e la sicurezza dell’Europa

    The war in Ukraine, triggered by the Russian invasion, is profoundly affecting current and future security trends of Europe. These are closely intertwined with the process of revitalization of the Atlantic Alliance: a month away from the adoption of Nato’s new Strategic Concept at the 2022 Madrid Summit on 29-30 June, the discussion agenda...