Several African states are heading to the polls: who are the candidates?
In 2020, many of our forecasts and expectations were disrupted by a “Black swan” only few could expect: a global pandemic that rapidly turned into the deepest economic recession since World War 2.
As a challenging 2020 comes to a close, we wish you a good start into a bright 2021 with this short video, shot during lockdown in Palazzo Clerici – ISPI’s headquarters in Milan – with the exceptional participation of La Scala soloists.
The sixth edition of the Rome MED Mediterranean Dialogues has successfully taken place. With more than 40 virtual events, 40.000 participants and over 5 million views, Rome MED 2020 has represented unique space where ministers, heads of st
2020 has been a decisively exceptional year for the United Arab Emirates.
While the recent signing of the “Abraham Accords” between Israel and some Arab States could be a game-changer in the Middle East, they have been rejected by the Palestinian Authority and several regional States, which instead remain committed to the Arab Peace initiative, a pan-Arab roadmap long...
RCEP, l'accordo di libero scambio firmato domenica scorsa, accelererà gli scambi commerciali nella regione dell’Est asiatico e del Pacifico, accrescendo la centralità della Cina nell’area.
Growing tensions between the US and China have challenged the rules-based international order. Despite tense transatlantic relations over the last years, the US remains Europe's strategic ally while economic ties between the EU and Beijing have deepened.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the entire world to adjust to a “new” China. Not only did Beijing rely on more aggressive tools to conduct diplomacy, but the post-electoral U.S.
“The need for international solidarity and multilateral cooperation is more conspicuous than ever”. With these words Berit Reiss-Andersen (Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee) opened the announcement ceremony of the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize – this year presented to the World Food Programme...
In March 2020, the European Commission and the High Representative presented a draft for “Comprehensive strategy with Africa”, deeming the continent a top priority for the EU.