Le migrazioni hanno fatto e continueranno a far parte della storia dell’umanità. Fermarle è un’impresa impossibile, gestirle e regolamentarle no. Cosa può fare l’Unione Europea? Ne abbiamo parlato con l’europarlamentare Alessandra Moretti.
L’Unione Europea ha l’obiettivo di raggiungere la neutralità climatica entro il 2050, traguardo ambizioso ma non impossibile. Essenziale è il coinvolgimento di tutti i settori produttivi: la riconversione ecologica dell’industria deve avvenire non solo per raggiungere gli obiettivi posti a tutela dell’ambiente ma anche per dar vita a un nuovo paradigma economico e sociale. Quale ricetta per questa transizione? Ne abbiamo parlato con l’europarlamentare Ignazio Corrao.
Asia is not only home to enormous flows of trade, but also political and security challenges. Power imbalances at the regional level are particularly visible and risk undermining global stability. In particular, after the crisis, external actors like the US and the EU will be looking for new roles in the region.
Is there any room for coordination between traditional regional powers after Covid-19? Is the EU ready and equipped with the instruments and the political will to assign the necessary resources and political capital to increase its engagement in Asia?
Josep Borrell Fontelles was appointed High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy as well as Vice-President of the Commission for a Stronger Europe in the World in December 2019. Prior to this charge, he served as Minister of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation of Spain between 2018 and 2019. He was Jean Monnet Chair of European Economic Integration at the Complutense University of Madrid between 2013-2016 and President of the European University Institute, Florence, in the period 2010-2012.
There is no compelling reason why the 21st century should become “China’s century.” It could however be defined by the “China question”, as large parts of the 19th and the 20th centuries were defined by “the German question” (and to some extent also by the Japanese one); we also know their outcome. Hopefully the China question can avoid their tragic fate, but if it does the center of the conflict will be in Asia, and it will involve both China and the United States.
This initiative brought together preeminent academics, exponents of Asiatic and European think tanks and representatives of the main Italian companies to stimulate a high-level debate with some representatives of the business community and with experts coming from Asia and Europe, around the topic of the evolution of business scenarios in Asia and their potential impact on Europe, also with the purpose of elaborating policy recommendations to promote EU-Asia relations.
ISPI and the Milan Representative for the European Commission organised a Lunch Talk with the EU's Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmström, and the Minister of Economic Development, Carlo Calenda. They discussed the developments in international trade, the state of EU Treaties and Agreements under definition and the role and special interests of Italy in the broader European context.
Executive Briefing are update, in-depth and networking meetings on topical issues regarding the international economic and political scene, realised in the framework of the Centre for Business Scenarios by ISPI, promoted with Intesa Sanpaolo and in collaboration with Sace. These meetings address businesses, with the aim of detecting emerging trends, to identify both opportunities and structural risk factors. The leng
ISPI and the Trilateral Commission Italian Group organised a lunch talk with Vincenzo Boccia, President of Confindustria.
Vincenzo Boccia addressed the topic Italy, Europe, markets in the world: expectations of the enterpreneurs.
The meeting was realised with the support of Volkswagen AG.
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