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      Sustainable and Resilient Agricultural Value Chains: Addressing Multiple Vulnerabilities with a new Partnership Approach
      Mar30

      Sustainable and Resilient Agricultural Value Chains: Addressing Multiple Vulnerabilities with a new Partnership Approach

      The ongoing compound and acute crises of Covid-19 and the war in Ukraine meet longer-term but no-less pressing crises of social and environmental sustainability in and around agriculture, food and nutrition security. At the same time, they irritate existing frames on (and perceptions of) how to address trade and sustainability. External shocks...

      Russia–Ukraine Talks and the Indispensable Role of the US and Europe
      Mar28

      Russia–Ukraine Talks and the Indispensable Role of the US and Europe

      Vladimir Putin’s imperialist war of conquest in Ukraine is about to enter its fifth week. Russia’s failure to shock and awe Ukraine’s government and armed forces into submission through a poorly executed Blitzkrieg has morphed into a slow and ever more brutal three-front campaign. …read more Source:: Istituto Affari...

      Russia–Ukraine Talks
      Mar28

      Russia–Ukraine Talks

      Vladimir Putin’s imperialist war of conquest in Ukraine is about to enter its fifth week. Russia’s failure to shock and awe Ukraine’s government and armed forces into submission through a poorly executed Blitzkrieg has morphed into a slow and ever more brutal three-front campaign. …read more Source:: Istituto Affari...

      From the Ukraine–Russia War to the Navalny Case: How to Deal with the Kremlin?
      Feb11

      From the Ukraine–Russia War to the Navalny Case: How to Deal with the Kremlin?

      Seven years after the annexation of Crimea and amid an ongoing war in Ukraine, Russia has tried to move towards military escalation in the Donbass region making clear that the status quo emerged in 2014 as a “new normal” cannot last. The Minsk II Agreement negotiated between Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany in the framework of the Normandy...

      Differentiation in EU Foreign and Security Policy: EU Lead Groups in the Iranian Nuclear Dispute and the Ukraine Crisis
      Dec23

      Differentiation in EU Foreign and Security Policy: EU Lead Groups in the Iranian Nuclear Dispute and the Ukraine Crisis

      Since the creation of the EU, there have been instances in which a restricted number of member states have handled an issue of international security on behalf of the Union. While controversial, these “lead groups” have been a valuable practice. They can enable a European response in the context of urgent conflict management and complex...

      Dimensions and Trajectories of Russian Foreign Policy
      Apr28

      Dimensions and Trajectories of Russian Foreign Policy

      Russian foreign policy went from integration to confrontation with the West, particularly after the 2014 annexation of Crimea and the war in the Donbas. These two events exemplified the idea prevalent in Moscow’s foreign policy elite that Russia’s immediate neighbours belonged to its sphere of influence and had only limited...

      Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Aspiration and the Russian Challenge
      Feb07

      Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Aspiration and the Russian Challenge

      10/02/2020Rome, Associazione della Stampa Estera in ItaliaBY INVITATION ONLY A briefing with Vadym Prystaiko, Minister of Foreign Affairs of UkraineAdd to Calendar Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Aspiration and the Russian Challenge Rome, Associazione della Stampa Estera in Italia Organizer 2020-02-10 00:00:00 2020-02-10 00:00:00 [email protected]

      Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Aspiration and the Russian Challenge
      Feb07

      Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Aspiration and the Russian Challenge

      Sorry, this page doesn’t exist.Please refer to the IT version …read more Source:: Istituto Affari...

      Civilian Crisis Management: Assessing the Readiness of EU Member States and Institutions
      Dec16

      Civilian Crisis Management: Assessing the Readiness of EU Member States and Institutions

      In: IAI CommentariesCivilian Crisis Management: Assessing the Readiness of EU Member States and InstitutionsIssue: 19|67Civilian Crisis Management: Assessing the Readiness of EU Member States and Institutions Nicoletta Pirozzi and Francesco Musi* The civilian dimension of conflict prevention, conflict resolution and post-conflict stabilisation...

      Recent Publications 54:4
      Nov26

      Recent Publications 54:4

      In: The International SpectatorRecent Publications 54:4Issue: 54/4Contributions for this issue were received from Flavia Clementi, Giorgia Miccoli, Laura Sacher, Corrado Stefanachi, Giulia Tercovich. La trappola di Tucidide e altre immagini : perché la politica internazionale sembra non cambiare mai / Anna Caffarena. – Bologna : il Mulino,...