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      Silence the guns in Ukraine
      May06

      Silence the guns in Ukraine

      It is not easy to trust the international system and multilateral organisations in the face of a military aggression and the death of thousands of innocent civilians right before our eyes. And yet international diplomacy still matters, and the rules of international law are still the paradigm against which unlawful acts can be judged and...

      Security, Nuclear Weapons and the Impact of the War in Ukraine
      May02

      Security, Nuclear Weapons and the Impact of the War in Ukraine

      The International Affairs Institute (IAI) of Rome and the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (VCDNP), in cooperation with the University of Turin, will hold a 2-hour event discussing arms control, non-proliferation and disarmament and the impact of the war in Ukraine on these issues. The event will be on Thursday, 5 May 2022 from...

      How Italians View Military Spending
      Apr30

      How Italians View Military Spending

      On 16 March, a sweeping majority in the Italian Chamber of Deputies approved order 9/3491-A/35 committing the Italian government to raise the defence budget to 2 per cent of GDP.[1] Taken in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, this decision strengthens Italy’s adherence to the commitment made by NATO countries in 2004 and...

      The War in Ukraine and Studying the EU as a Security Actor
      Apr22

      The War in Ukraine and Studying the EU as a Security Actor

      The Russian invasion of Ukraine has resulted in the most serious conflict on the European continent since the Balkan wars of the 1990s, if not since World War II. The amount of military and civilian casualties, displaced persons and material destruction after two months of war is astonishing. Unlike the Balkan wars, the direct involvement of a...

      What role should southern Europe play after the pandemic and the war in Ukraine?
      Apr21

      What role should southern Europe play after the pandemic and the war in Ukraine?

      Relations between southern European member states have often been marked by a loose cooperation or, worse, by logics of competition. Precisely when regional groupings within the EU are increasingly shaping the agenda, these dynamics have hindered the capacity of France, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain to pursue shared interests and objectives,...

      Presentation of the IEA Gas Quarterly Report
      Apr19

      Presentation of the IEA Gas Quarterly Report

      Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has triggered a major energy supply and security crisis that has sent commodity prices to new highs, with wider implications for the global economy. …read more Source:: Istituto Affari...

      L’Europa e la Russia: Conflitto, Diplomazia e Politica Estera dell’Italia
      Apr07

      L’Europa e la Russia: Conflitto, Diplomazia e Politica Estera dell’Italia

      The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the University of Siena are pleased to announce a conference designed to discuss the Draghi government’s approach to international affairs, with a particular emphasis on relations with Russia and Italy’s energy policies in the wake of the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source::...

      L’Italia dinanzi alle Sfide del ‘Mediterraneo Allargato’. La politica estera del Governo Draghi
      Apr07

      L’Italia dinanzi alle Sfide del ‘Mediterraneo Allargato’. La politica estera del Governo Draghi

      The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the University of Naples L’Orientale are pleased to announce a conference to discuss the Draghi government’s approach to international affairs with a particular emphasis on the wider Mediterranean and an analysis of Italy’s energy policies in relation to the conflict in Ukraine and...

      Governing Differentiation and Integration in the European Union
      Apr07

      Governing Differentiation and Integration in the European Union

      Differentiated integration and flexibility have been part of the European integration project since its early days, and differentiation will remain a necessity if the EU is to deal with its manifold internal and external challenges. This is even more valid following the Russian aggression on Ukraine, making it imperative to improve the...

      The Mian Channu Incident and the Enduring Risk of Nuclear Escalation between India and Pakistan
      Apr05

      The Mian Channu Incident and the Enduring Risk of Nuclear Escalation between India and Pakistan

      In an international context characterised by increasing concern over the risk of nuclear war triggered by the conflict in Ukraine, it is worth noting that incidents in other regions could also lead to nuclear escalation, either by design or miscalculation. A recent incident involving India and Pakistan is a case in point, albeit the event did not...