Building on the Past, Facing the Future. Italian and European Responsibilities in World Affairs

It seemed appropriate, for a think tank like the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its foundation by writing a reflection paper that looks to the future. So we gave some of our researchers the task of proposing brief critical analyses on four fields of research in which the Institute has traditionally invested its resources: the European Union, transatlantic relations, the Mediterranean and Italy’s role in Europe and the world. We intend in this way to contribute to best effect to the dissemination of a truly internationalist culture in our country. A mission which the IAI has sought to develop with constancy and determination in its first 50 years and which it intends to take forward and build upon in the future.

Report prepared for the international conference organised on occasion of the 50° anniversary of IAI, Rome, 13-14 November 2015.

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Roma, IAI, November 2015, 36 p.
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11/11/2015

Premessa
1. Un governo per l’Europa: la sfida dell’integrazione differenziata, Nicoletta Pirozzi
1.1 Le sfide
1.2 Gli scenari
2. La leadership asimmetrica. I rapporti tra Europa e America nel XXI secolo, Riccardo Alcaro
2.1 Il ruolo degli Usa nel mondo e le relazioni con l’Europa
2.2 Il contributo europeo alla partnership transatlantica: due scenari
2.3 Raccomandazioni per il futuro
3. L’Europa e il Mediterraneo in fermento, Silvia Colombo
3.1 Un ordine stato-centrico in fase di disgregazione
3.2 Rafforzamento istituzionale, gestione delle crisi e cooperazione multilaterale allargata: tre pilastri per un approccio europeo alla regione rinnovato, inclusivo e flessibile
4. Quale politica estera e di difesa per l’Italia?, Alessandro Marrone
4.1 Caratteri della politica estera e di difesa dell’Italia
4.2 Quali scenari?

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