L’Italia dinanzi alle sfide del ‘Mediterraneo allargato’. La politica estera del governo Draghi
The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the University of Naples L’Orientale are pleased to announce a conference to discuss the Draghi government’s approach to international affairs with a particular emphasis on the wider Mediterranean and an analysis of Italy’s energy policies in relation to the conflict in Ukraine and the need to diversify supplies from Russia.
The event, promoted by IAI in the framework of its Strategic Partnership with the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation, and in cooperation with the Department of Human and Social Sciences of the University of Naples L’Orientale, involves IAI researchers and university professors in an interactive dialogue with students on Italian foreign policy. Organised as part of the courses in History of International Relations and History of International Politics, the event is designed as an opportunity to investigate the main lines of action in Italian foreign policy towards the Mediterranean and share with students IAI’s approach to policy research. Building on the analysis contained in IAI’s latest report on the foreign policy of the Draghi government in 2021, the conference will be an opportunity to update the research findings in light of the Ukraine conflict and its impact on the Middle East and Nort Africa and the key priorities of the Italian government.