Editor: Leo Goretti
IAI Commentaries are short, thought provoking opinion pieces tackling a variety of contemporary issues in Italian and global affairs. Authors are encouraged to tackle issues that receive little media attention, ranging from economic, political, social, military and cultural developments spanning all geographical regions. Expressions of interest are welcome at any time by contacting the series editor with a brief abstract and title of no more than 200 words. IAI Commentaries are published on a rolling basis throughout the year. The maximum word limit is 1,500 words. British spelling is used throughout. Please consult the editorial guidelines for more information.
Guidelines for authors (EN, 225 kb)
Untangling Northeast Asia's "Abnormal Equilibrium"
In: IAI Commentaries 18|26
Reforming the European Monetary Union: The Challenge of Reconciling Risk Sharing with Market Discipline
In: IAI Commentaries 18|25
Rethinking EU-ASEAN Economic Engagement
In: IAI Commentaries 18|24
Beijing's Ambitions in the South China Sea: How Should Europe Respond?
In: IAI Commentaries 18|23
Japan's View of the North Korean Threat
In: IAI Commentaries 18|22
Perspectives on an Uncertain World: Japan-EU Views on the United States and Russia
In: IAI Commentaries 18|21
The Open Door Swings Back: The Challenge of Chinese Investment
Ronald H. Linden
In: IAI Commentaries 18|20
Australia and the EU in the Indo-Pacific: Is Cooperation towards a Rules-Based Order Possible?
Milena Selivanov, Nicola Casarini
In: IAI Commentaries 18|19