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Covid-19 has not (yet) hit North Africa as violently as it did in the case of Europe and the United States. In spite of the limited numbers, national governments and local authorities in...

15/07/2020


In this event, the IEA will present ‘Gas 2020’, its new market report that analyses current trends and contains an outlook to 2025. After the presentation, participants will have the...

10/07/2020

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization officially defined the epidemic crisis generated by COVID-19 as “pandemic”. What do Italians think of the action of the government and of the...

10/07/2020


Covid-19 has silenced half of the world’s roads, skies, waters but not its guns. Deadly conflicts are still ravaging several African, Asian, Middle Eastern and South American countries and...

27/06/2020

The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the Munich Security Conference hosted the third virtual debate bringing together members of Parliament from Italy and...

23/06/2020

While Italy is struggling to recover from the more acute phase of the Covid-19 epidemic, the government is facing a number of burning foreign policy issues. In addition to those that concern Italy...

22/06/2020

Three months after the first confirmed case of coronavirus, Russia is the third country in the world for infections. A look at the official statistics raises some suspicion, as the number of...

16/06/2020

The Council of Councils, an international network of major research centres promoted by the Council on Foreign Relations, held a virtual conference to discuss...

08/06/2020

Pro-active ideas are needed to bring the EU to a better place. How can the EU improve its crisis management tools, at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has turned into a global crisis,...

03/06/2020

In the framework of our Memoradum of Understanding, the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the Munich Security Conference hosted the second digital...

25/05/2020