Change

Anti-westernism in Iran and modern US policy

In this academic article, based on Abas Amanat’s Iran, A Modern History (Yale, 2017) I will try to point a few key points in Iran’s modern history, showing how sometimes accidental, sometimes unavoidable events can lead to wide-ranging and consequential upheavals. I am especially interested in history’s inner logic, the

Sustainability

Food Innovation

Pannel at the International Cooperation Expo – in collaboration with Fondazione Aurora   The conference on Food Innovation embraced actors from international organizations such as FAO represented by the leader of Responsible Investments in Agriculture, Michael Riggs, and the FAO e-learning center represented by Cristina Petracchi, as well as FoodInnopolis,

Imagination

Silent Stereotypes

I come from a country, which was not considered as civilized until quite recently by most of the so-called Western World, who looked down upon my country with mere curiosity and maybe some interest. Not surprisingly, very close to my home there are still tribes in existence that collect and

On Being Happy

Giuseppino

Polarization

Accademia Aeronautica: how two opposite realities somehow coexist

  This year, as every year, the first year students (GG1) had the pleasure to go and visit the “Accademia Aeronautica” in Pozzuoli. The infrastructure is located near the commune of Naples, in an incredible place called Pozzuoli, with a beautiful view of the sea and the three isles Capri,