Dr. Pavel K. Baev is a Research Professor at the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO). He is also a Senior Non-Resident Fellow at the Brookings Institution (Washington DC) and a Senior Research Associate at the Institut Francias des Relations Internationales (IFRI, Paris).
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Eleonora Ardemagni is an expert on Yemen, the Gulf monarchies and Arab military forces. She is an ISPI Associate Research Fellow and a Teaching Assistant (“History of Islamic Asia”; “New Conflicts”) at the Catholic University of Milan. She is also Adjunct Professor at the Graduate School of Economics and International Relations-ASERI (“Yemen: Drivers of conflict and security implications”), and Yemen contributor for The Armed Conflict Survey 2021, International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). Former Gulf Analyst for the NATO Defense College Foundation (2015-2020).
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).
Prof. Nayef Al-Rodhan (@SustainHistory) is a Neuroscientist, Philosopher and Geostrategist.
Hadil Al-Mowafak is a Research Fellow at the Yemen Policy Center since 2020. She holds a B.A in political science from Stanford University (2020), and is currently based in California, USA.
Raiman al-Hamdani joined the Yemen Policy Center as a Research Fellow in 2019. Previously, he was a Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations focusing on Yemen. His academic and professional work is oriented toward issues of security and development in the MENA region.
Dopo gli scarsi risultati ottenuti dalla Conferenza di Katowice (COP24, 2018) e Madrid (COP25, 2019) il percorso che ha condotto alla Conferenza delle Parti di Glasgow (COP26, 2021) ha riacceso le speranze, e le paure, quale ultima occasione per riuscire a rimettere il mondo in carreggiata verso l’obiettivo climatico di contenere il riscaldamento planetario entro 1,5 °C rispetto alle temperature pre-industriali.
Il presidente americano Joe Biden presenta a Tokyo il suo piano economico per l’Indo-Pacifico, ma su Taiwan avverte: “Pronti a intervenire militarmente se la Cina attacca”.
Pechino punta a rilanciarsi sul piano globale, trasformando gli strumenti economici e di soft power. BRI, Global Development Initiative e Global Security Initiative cambieranno il panorama asiatico e non solo?