Aaron Anfinson is a Director at Critica Research and Analysis in Washington, DC. He investigates issues of counterterrorism, post-conflict response and US foreign policy. He received his doctorate at the University of Hong Kong where he also worked as a reportage photographer, documenting ongoing challenges to democratic representation.
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Paul Anderson is ECES’ Senior Global Communication Advisor.
Alessia Amighini is Co-Head of Asia Centre and Senior Associate Research Fellow at ISPI. She is Associate Professor of Economics at the Department of Economic and Business Studies (DiSEI) at the University of Piemonte Orientale (Novara, Italy). Amighini previously worked as an Associate Economist at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD, Geneva, Switzerland). Alessia holds a PhD in Development Economics from the University of Florence (Italy) and a Master in Economics as well as a BA in Economics from Bocconi University (Milan, Italy).
Chris Alden teaches International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is a Research Associate with South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA).
Juan Alberti is an international researcher and consultant in the field of infrastructure development. His work is focused on infrastructure policy analysis and megaproject planning, appraisal and delivery. He currently works as an external consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank, with previous experience working for the public and the private sector in several countries, and other multilateral institutions such as the World Bank and various United Nations agencies (UNDP, UNFPA, UNESCO, IOM). At present, he is PhD (c) in Planning Studies at University College London.
Prof. Nayef Al-Rodhan (@SustainHistory) is a Neuroscientist, Philosopher and Geostrategist.
Pejman Abdolmohammadi is Associate Research Fellow at the Italian Institute for International Political Studies. He is also Resident Visiting Research Fellow at the London School of Economics – Middle East Centre and Assistant Professor in Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Genoa. Pejman was formerly a Lecturer in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies at the American John Cabot University in Rome, Italy (2013-2016).
Conferito a Kiev lo status di Paese candidato. Molti i progressi economici degli ultimi anni. Ma, specie dopo la guerra, la strada verso l’UE sarà lunga e tortuosa.
L’attuale crisi energetica porterà nei prossimi anni a una forte domanda di commodities critiche per le transizioni green e digitale. Il ruolo di Cina e America Latina.
Diversi indicatori mostrano ormai che Europa e Stati Uniti potrebbero vivere mesi di cali economici. Per ora una possibile recessione non ha ancora fatto capolino nelle statistiche ufficiali delle istituzioni internazionali, ma oramai politici e tecnici ne parlano apertamente. Potrebbe tuttavia essere recessione “dolce”. Ecco perché.