The conflict in the Middle East is generating such instability across the Mediterranean that makes Pope Francis’ words of a “piecemeal” World War III, unfortunately, an increasingly appropriate description. In this context, is religion only a problem or can it be part of the solution? Can religion be a strategic resource for diplomacy? How can foreign policy engage with religious leaders and communities to contribute to de–escalate violence, address humanitarian emergencies and build peace?
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In collaboration with gLAWcal-Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development, the University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin and the University of Piemonte Orientale in Novara, in the framework of the European Union Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC), Workpackages 2 and 4, coordinated by Aix-Marseille University (CEPERC), ISPI has organized a lecture by Prof. Daniel A. Bell, among the most important scholars on China’s political theory.
How has China changed since Xi Jinping came to power two years ago? How is the new leader approaching the country’s internal and external challenges? Will he be able to implement a more sustainable development model for the country? Which are the most attractive Chinese provinces, as large as European countries, for business opportunities, especially for Italy?
L’iniziativa si è tenuta nel quadro delle attività che ISPI dedica a Expo e alla proiezione internazionale di Milano, promuovendo sia momenti di sensibilizzazione e dibattito, sia incontri di approfondimento e corsi di formazione.
Egypt is one of Italy’s most important Mediterranean partners, one that is currently making considerable effort to prove its ability to combine political stability and economic growth in a region marked by conflicts and tensions. What are the challenges that the country faces in the run-up to legislative elections in March? What its economic and social outlooks? What are the opportunities for foreign – especially Italian – investors?
New powers and actors are emerging on today’s international scene, while the basic principles of the “Western” global order are being challenged. Faced with growing instability at its borders (from Ukraine to the Mediterranean) and economic and political tensions at home, Europe risks being increasingly regarded as a declining power. How to escape the fate of a marginalized Europe and revive its global role?
Beheadings , massacres and heinous actions conducted by the so-called Islamic State dominate the international debate nowadays, encouraging a new phase for the fundamentalist galaxy . The ISPI roundtable aims to show what the different forms of jihadist violance are and what reactions they produce. Considering different contexts, both states and religious communities, the event shows that the fondamentalist thought is less monolithic and homogeneous than it is generally believed.
La crisi che da mesi interessa l’Ucraina potrebbe influenzare profondamente il futuro sviluppo di numerose questioni di politica internazionale, con conseguenze di scenario nel lungo periodo.
Quali sono le nuove sfide per la politica estera russa e i nuovi assetti per il mercato dell’energia? Quali conseguenze per l’Europa? Quali sono le incognite sul futuro della Nato?
A series of lectures held by international guests and addressed to experts and academics, dealing with a variety of issues concerning the evolution of regional and global scenarios.
In a world ridden with uncertainty, Asia's momentum doesn't seem to be affected by major setbacks. In light of the many events involving Asian countries that Milan is going to host in the next months, this series will focus on "the East Asian century".