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INSIDE BEIRUT EXPLOSION AND THE INEVITABLE LEBANESE COLLAPSE

Credit: Reuters An earthquake, several airstrikes, and a nuclear bomb. That’s what came up in a Beirut resident’s mind on Tuesday 4th August, when a devastating explosion at the city’s main port brought destruction to the Lebanese capital, killing at least 200 people and wounding 7000. The blast’s cause can… Read More »INSIDE BEIRUT EXPLOSION AND THE INEVITABLE LEBANESE COLLAPSE

Kurdistan: an historical approach to understand the future

One of the most fascinating and deep cultures of the Middle Eastern area is the one belonging to the Kurdish tradition: a population with very ancient roots and a strong sense of identity, but who has a history made of continuous conquering attempts by the external powers coming from the… Read More »Kurdistan: an historical approach to understand the future

GG goes to the Malagrotta Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant

On 10th of January, Professor Giulia Costa, Environmental Quality Control teacher to the Global Governance third-year students, organized a visit to the Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant of Malogrotta. Located in the Galleria Valley, Western Rome, the Malogrotta landfill is the largest municipal solid waste site in Europe surrounded by… Read More »GG goes to the Malagrotta Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant

Italians abroad: the nightmare of “brain drain”

Asked what he thought about the future of Italy, the ‘greatest’ journalist Indro Montanelli answered that “Italians will stand out, but Italy will not”. He believed Italians to be capable of shaping their own fortune elsewhere, and at the same time he feared Italy to be bound to fail as… Read More »Italians abroad: the nightmare of “brain drain”