By: Chiara Villani

How to deal with the Caliphate?
December 7, 2015

In memory of all victims of terrorism. In a more and more interconnected and integrated reality which is the world…

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The evolution of Social Protection vis-à-vis- the shift of dominant economic paradigms
August 7, 2015

Nowadays, Social Protection is one of the top priorities in national and international agendas since many studies have proved that it…

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The Fascist foreign policy and its legacy in the post-War world
June 26, 2015

World War II was certainly the most devastating and catastrophic conflict of human history. Because of its size and complexity, this…

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Regional Peace in Latin America
May 25, 2015

From the second half of the XIX century, some areas of the world have progressively and rapidly become peaceful. This trend…

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Irregular immigration and the EU system: Towards a multifaceted solution
May 10, 2015

On April 20th 2015 a boat carrying migrants from Libya to Italy capsized and sank off the Mediterranean Sea, causing the…

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The Eurozone crisis: Unfulfilled expectations and new awareness
April 18, 2015

Since its outbreak in 2009, the European sovereign debt crisis has unveiled the main deficiencies of the Eurozone system. While it…

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International Law and the peaceful settlement of interstate disputes: The Enrica Lexie case
April 3, 2015

Three years have passed since the the Enrica Lexie case gave rise to the controversy between Italy and India. Yet, no…

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The economic development dilemma: Advanced vs emerging economies
March 21, 2015 In the last decade, the world saw a shift in economic development from the North to the South. The growth…

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The United Nations: Strengths and weaknesses
March 12, 2015

Since its foundation in 1945, the United Nations was conceived as an instrument to face the most relevant global challenges emerging…

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