Geoeconomics Briefings | Russia-Ukraine Special Series
While developments on the ground are rapidly evolving, what we have witnessed thus far in Ukraine is the coexistence of brutal military force and (unsuccessful) attempts to negotiate a ceasefire. What are the possible future scenarios and ways out of this conflict? What role should the EU and other actors such as China and Turkey play in facilitating a sustainable solution? Join us for a short dialogue with two of the most renowned experts on Russian-Western relations.
ISPI and the Italian Group of the Trilateral Commission have organized a meeting with Giampaolo Di Paola, former Minister of Defense and President, NATO Military Committee, Monica Maggioni, Director TG1 Rai and Nando Pagnoncelli, President Ipsos Italia.
With the creation of the AUKUS alliance in September of this year, the Indo-Pacific region has risen to the top of the international political agenda. The United States now considers it a priority in its strategy to contain China's rise. The confrontation, however, is not only of a military nature, but is characterized by a lively economic-commercial diplomacy, which has led to the birth of agreements such as the RCEP and CPTPP, and the EU itself focuses on economic integration with the region. How then can the EU avoid marginalization?
In December 2019, the European Commission adopted its landmark European Green Deal. The goal is to reach climate neutrality by 2050, and to turn the transition into an economic and industrial opportunity for Europe.
Cybernetic environment has become the nervous system of the highly-informatised countries, since it links together the politico-strategic, military, economic, commercial, industrial, infrastructure and social dimensions.
In this ever-changing context, security issues affect individuals, institutions and private actors. A national security strategy requires common targets, the distinction of functions and actors, the creation of processes able to face threats and challenges stemming from this environment.