Paolo Magri is Executive Vice President and Director of the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) and Professor of International Relations at Bocconi University.
Paolo Magri è Vice Presidente Esecutivo e Direttore dell’Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale (ISPI) e docente di Relazioni Internazionali all’Università Bocconi. È inoltre Segretario del Gruppo Italiano della Trilateral Commission e Membro dello Europe Policy Group del World Economic Forum, del Comitato Strategico del Ministro degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, del Consiglio di Amministrazione della Fondazione Italia-Cina e dell’Advisory Board di Assolombarda.
Eugenio Dacrema is an Associate Research Fellow for the MENA Centre at ISPI. Currently, he is a PhD student at the University of Trento.
Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, collapsed and died on June 17th after addressing a state court during his trial for espionage charges. The ex-president and senior-figure of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood had been held in solitary confinement since his removal by a military-led coup d’etat in July 2013, and routinely denied access to medical care, family visits, and legal advice.
La visita di tre giorni del presidente cinese Xi Jinping in Russia, dal 5 al 7 giugno, suggella le relazioni fra Pechino e Mosca nel ventunesimo secolo e coincide, segnatamente, con il settantesimo anniversario dell’istituzione dei rapporti bilaterali fra i due Paesi.
Humanity’s critical dependence on outer space and its infrastructure becomes most obvious in moments of tensions or crises, such as the anti-satellite test conducted by China in 2007.
On 3 June, the last day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan and eve of Eid al-Fitr, Sudanese security forces violently attacked participants in the two-month-long peaceful sit-in outside army headquarters in Khartoum. According to the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors, more than a hundred protesters were killed and hundreds more were wounded.