David Dollar is a senior fellow in the John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution and host of the Brookings trade podcast, Dollar&Sense. He is a leading expert on China's economy and U.S.-China economic relations. From 2009 to 2013, Dollar was the U.S. Treasury’s economic and financial emissary to China, based in Beijing, facilitating the macroeconomic and financial policy dialogue between the United States and China.
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Mario Del Pero is Professor of International History at SciencesPo, Paris, where he teaches courses on the United States in the World, the Cold War and XX/XXI century global history. Among his most recent publications are Libertà e Impero. Gli Stati Uniti e il Mondo, 1776-2011 (Laterza, 2017, 3rd ed.), Era Obama. Dalla Speranza del Cambiamento all’Elezione di Trump (Feltrinelli, 2017) and The Eccentric Realist. Henry Kissinger and the Shaping of American Foreign Policy (Cornell University Press, 2009). Before joining SciencesPo, Prof.
Alessia de Luca is ISPI Advisor for Online Publications, and an expert of US politics, in charge of the ISPI Daily Focus and of the Weekly Focus USA2020. A professional journalist, she has served as Middle East and Northern Africa correspondent from 2005 to 2009. Previously at Skytg24, she also contributed for RAI and Radio Vadicana.
Andrea Carati is an Associate Research Fellow for the Transatlantic Relations Programme at ISPI.
He has a Post-Ph.D. Research Fellowship at the Department of International Studies of the University of Milan. He completed his Ph.D. in Political Studies at the Graduate School of Social and Political Sciences (University of Milan). Since 2009, he has been the scientific coordinator for the Italian Foreign Policy Yearbook (edited by ISPI and IAI). Carati also published several books and articles on NATO’s recent evolution, military interventions in the Balkans and in Afghanistan.
Brendon J. Cannon is Assistant Professor International Security at the Institute of International and Civil Security (IICS) at Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE. He earned his Ph.D. in Political Science with an emphasis on International Relations from the University of Utah, USA (2009).
Giornalista e ricercatore freelance, direttore dell’associazione di giornalisti indipendenti Lettera22, collabora con quotidiani e riviste tra cui “l’Espresso”, “il manifesto”, “Gli asini”, “il Venerdì”, “The New Humanitarian”, Radio3. Docente alla Scuola di giornalismo della Fondazione Lelio Basso di Roma e alla SIOI, per nove anni ha curato il Salone dell’editoria sociale. Con Giulio Marcon ha curato La sinistra che verrà. Le parole chiave per cambiare (minimum fax, 2018). Per le edizioni dell’asino ha pubblicato Arcipelago jihad.
Ambassador Giancarlo Aragona is a member of ISPI Scientific Committee. From 2011 to 2016 he was President of ISPI. After graduating in Law at the University of Messina, he joined the Italian Diplomatic Service in 1969. In 1972 he was appointed Second Secretary at the Italian Embassy in Vienna as a press officer. In 1974, he was posted as Consul in Freiburg in Breisgau (Germany).In 1977 he was appointed Counsellor and Deputy Chief of Mission at the Italian Embassy in Lagos (Nigeria).
Abstract. For some years, various countries have been engaged in a race for the militarization of 'outer space' and the creation of new space forces. This race is having consequences on technology, war strategy, and international relations.
Research questions. What are the programs and resources allocated to the new Space Forces? What new technologies will future wars be fought with? What new risks are being created? Is it possible to slow down the new space race and transform this effort into economic and social opportunities?
There is no shortage in economic literature on the importance of economic diversification for healthy, resilient, and sustainable growth, and numerous real case studies support such recommendation. Put simply, a country that puts ‘its eggs in one basket’ is at the mercy of exogenous factors that go beyond any government control, thereby undermining ‘prospects for longer-term economic growth’, as put by the World Bank.
Limitare l'export dei beni a duplice uso è importante per la sicurezza delle persone e la competitività delle aziende “corrette”. L’UE ha aggiornato la sua normativa.