With the 15th year anniversary of Kosovo’s independence approaching in 2023, the status quo of the Kosovo-Serbia conflict looks increasingly untenable. For more than two decades, the European Union and its member states have heavily invested in...
The transatlantic campaign of sanctions against Russia after its aggression of Ukraine is unprecedented in scale and scope, involving not only dozens of democratic states but also many non-state actors. It imposes considerable barriers and...
With the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan, the continuation of overlapping security and socio-economic challenges across much of the Middle East and North Africa and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, foreign policy cooperation between the...
IAI Papers 27/01/2023
Leo Goretti, Sofia Mariconti
Rome, IAI, January 2023, 19 p.
In: IAI Papers 23|03
JOINT Papers 09/12/2022
Pol Bargués, Assem Dandashly, Hylke Dijkstra
Rome, IAI, December 2022, 45 p.
In: JOINT Papers JOINT Research Paper 12
JOINT Papers 06/12/2022
Olexiy Haran, Petro Burkovskyi
Rome, IAI, December 2022, 10 p.
In: JOINT Papers JOINT Brief 25
The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has tested the EU’s cohesion and effectiveness not only with regard to its internal governance, but also with...leggi tutto
Re-configuring EU-Turkey Relations: New Visions for Foreign Policy Cooperation towards a Shared Regional FutureWith the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan and the continuation of overlapping security and stability challenges across much of the Middle...leggi tutto
IAI in the media
Boston Herald: McManus: War in Ukraine is a battle of wills and economic pain
Financial Times: Italy’s media is being roiled by rows over Russian propaganda
Reporting Democracy: Experts Call For ‘New Marshall Plan’ For Ukraine