18 October 2020

China’s role in global governance

China has paved a new path for global governance away from US dominance towards new supra-national institutions. But concerns surrounding 5G and Covid-19 have put this under immense strain
Clement Wallace
16 October 2020

US elections: has Trump lost?

2020 US elections: is Trump re-election fruitful or futile? There is no question that he has left an unmistakable impression on US politics, but will his actions bolster re-election hopes or cause him to crumble?
Oliver Beniston
13 October 2020

The suffered Caucasus’ march toward the peace

The conflict in Nagorno Karabakh started thirty-two years ago. It is time to create indispensable premises for the future of a trustworthy peace
Nina Kecojevic
12 October 2020

The role of the media in the rise of China

The media’s role in China’s rise paint a picture centred around US struggles to maintain hegemony. Transparent and impartial information disseminator? Far from it
Clement Wallace
27 September 2020

Multilateralism or antagonism?

An alliance of democratic countries against an alliance of authoritarian states, the current global political trend, does not serve the cause of international cooperation
Anthony Dworkin
18 September 2020

Environment: a competition between politics and diplomacy

Politics and diplomacy are always competing on closely-related topics such as energy, environment and climate change. Instead, they should work together with mutual respect
Giorgia Polo
9 September 2020

How Covid changes education

The coronavirus, with the consequent forced closure of schools and universities, shows new possible models for education. But it also reaffirms the effectiveness of in-person lessons
Erik Jones
27 July 2020

France must recognize its role in Libya’s plight

EU should become a real neutral actor and play a role in mediating the lon and exhausting Libyan crisis. France could and should help in this.
Karim Mezran and Federica Saini Fasanotti
23 July 2020

Cuba: the health excellence

Cuba: the national health system guarantees care and prevention for the population. A scientific power at the service of world emergencies and calamities
Alfredo Luis Somoza
3 July 2020

US, the useless superpower

The US health system has not defended public health. On the contrary, Covid-19 pandemic has showed the blatant healthcare inequalities between Counties and neighbourhoods and, therefore, the census disparities
Martino Mazzonis