10thEDITION OF DIPLOMACY FESTIVAL: Ambassador of Germany to Italy. #Diplomacy19 17-10-19 The beginning of the Diplomacy Festival has been signed by an interesting meeting with the German Ambassador H.E. Viktor Elbling; Cooperation and multilateralism were the most important topics of the day, in particular the future of markets and socialRead More →

On the 20th of September the world has reached a new milestone in the evergoing research for technological improvement. Such achievement is called “Quantum Supremacy”, these 2 words define the event in which a quantum computer has finally been able to calculate something that a regular computer wouldn’t have everRead More →

Everyone wants a cleaner environment for their kids, but only a few try their best to guarantee it to them. It’s everyone’s right to live in a cleaner environment, but it’s our duty as well to create the conditions for this cause, through our leading example. This is the thought,Read More →

For some time now, information mediated through imagery, primarily photographs, has been a fellow chief instructor (the other being literature) of our moral imagination and our perception of distant, clandestine experiences. One thinks of conflicts, controversy or atrocities, with the subtle photographic displays of (what we have come to knowRead More →

Topic: Agrifood, Morocco   The starting point of a wider view on a new transformation for Africa and its population is located directly into everyday meals; Even the smallest grain of wheat can make the difference. The sustainable agriculture represents a big step forward in agrifood terms. Morocco is locatedRead More →

A conversation with Carlo Giupponi The importance of interdisciplinary is fundamental in Global Governance B.A course but also relevant for a deep understanding of world, global changes and sustainability. Thanks to the conversation with Mr. Carlo Giupponi, GG students have had the opportunity to share reflections on climate change andRead More →


Bearing the brunt of the Cold War, The United States and the Soviet Union divided Korea into two sovereign states in 1948 with the border set at the 38th parallel. In the South, an export-led economic boom, industrialization, and technological advances created an enviably prosperous state. In the current world,Read More →

(Cute Laden) Folks, ya’ll in for a tough read over here. It might get a bit windy and confusing but bear with me. Afghanistan, the Crossroad of Asia, the Graveyard of Empires, land of the Afghanis (which raises the question “Who are the Afghanis?” but honestly, that’s a whole differentRead More →

«Limelight» by Charlie Chaplin “there’s something just as inevitable as death, and that’s life.” Limelight is a film written, produced, directed by, and starring Charlie Chaplin, based on a novella written by Chaplin entitled “Footlights” It can be considered Chaplin’s most personal film, and his farawell, even if it isRead More →

The partnership agreement, application for membership of the Customs Union, candidate status, and the start of negotiations. Here are Turkey’s 54-years of European adventure. While Turkey’s European Union since 1963 (EU) is perhaps the most challenging adventure twist, it is debated whether Turkish Foreign Policy; which started 54 years ago, atRead More →