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The outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic has put to test EU’s cohesion and effectiveness not only with regards to its internal governance, but also in relation to its strategic...

23/07/2021

​I​n June 2019 Council Conclusions, EU​ ​leaders drew the outlines of a common European vision to​ ​uphold, extend and reform the multilateral system. Against​ ​...

23/07/2021

Italy, Europe and the world face epochal challenges. Italy is grappling with its plans for economic recovery that, thanks to EU Next Generation,...

23/07/2021

The urgency of tackling the public health crisis and its economic consequences spurred EU member states towards to deeper integration. The European Central Bank...

23/07/2021

Thirty years have passed since the beginning of Jugoslavia’s dissolution on June 25, 1991 and more than twenty since the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999, that...

22/07/2021

Following the October 2020 ceasefire, the success of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) brokered by the United Nations and the swearing-in of Abdul Hamid...

21/07/2021

After a decade of crises, the EU seems to have weathered the storms and to be back on track. Over the past year, the EU has taken measures and pushed its boundaries on a number of...

21/07/2021

An era in which images, rather than words, are used as vehicles of messages and ideas, street art, which was conceived as a form of protest in the 1960s, is the art form that is...

19/07/2021

The opportunity for a green recovery in the post Covid-19 crisis requires long-term commitments and policies. The G20 is in an ideal position to...

19/07/2021

How is gender involved in the migration process? What are the effects of migration on gender relations? And how those relations impact the representation...

19/07/2021