Osservatorio IAI-ISPI sulla politica estera italiana

This project puts Italian foreign policy at the center of the debate and investigates Italy's objectives, strategies and actions on the European and international chessboard. The Observatory on Italian foreign policy - the result of the joint reflection and collaboration between IAI and ISPI - intends to monitor, analyze, and formulate concrete ideas and proposals on Italian foreign policy as well as to promote its knowledge among professionals and the general public in Italy and abroad too. Since October 2018, IAI and ISPI have been producing a joint Newsletter every two months, containing video materials, infographics and analyses on national foreign policy issues. Furthermore, as part of the project, on 29 May IAI organized the virtual seminar "Italy and the Libyan Crisis: What Foreign Policy Lessons?", with the participation of a dozen among analysts, politicians, institutional representatives, journalists and the intervention of the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Marina Sereni in the closing remarks.

Funding: Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 

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 2018 - current

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