Assessing the impact of China on global governance in the age of power diffusionTHE PROGRAM
Investigating the actors, rules, dynamics and narratives that shape politics at the global levelTHE PROGRAM
Emerging trends in transnational security: from the rise of non-state actors to force privatizationTHE PROGRAM
While the conflict has stalled, the reality around it has changed. Although diplomatic progress is being made, the road to peace and to the lifting of conflict-related sanctions needs to pass through the implementation of the Minsk Agreements: an outcome that, for the time being, Kiev might find difficult to deliver.
Chinese firms – regardless of their size, ownership structure, industry or type – should not consider themselves to be fully autonomous entities with profit maximisation as their main goal.
Current peacebuilding approaches focused on state-building and militarization have led to poor security outputs, neither addressing national tensions nor fighting ethnic narratives of conflict.
The TOChina Summer School is held by the TOChina Centre of the University of Turin, in partnership with the Torino World Affairs Institute. The... Read More
Campus Luigi Einaudi, Lungo Dora Siena, Torino, TO, Italia
Engaging Conflict – Torino, from 2 to 13 July 2018 The Engaging Conflict Summer School is designed to equip committed students, early-career researchers and... Read More
Campus Luigi Einaudi, Lungo Dora Siena, Torino, TO, Italia
Bi-monthly magazine on politics, international relations and socio-economic dynamics of contemporary China
Quarterly Report on International Relations and International Political Economy of Southeast Asia
Quarterly magazine dedicated to the extended concept of security and the human dimension of conflict
“Tutte le tecnologie possono essere utilizzate sia per contribuire al progresso umano che per servire obiettivi meno nobili, se non addirittura criminali.”
Online il nuovo numero di #HumanSecurity, “Conflitto, sicurezza umana e nuove tecnologie” goo.gl/gEb6nA pic.twitter.com/qpcpBOU946
“Chinese firms – regardless of their size, ownership structure, industry or type – should not consider themselves to be fully autonomous entities with profit maximisation as their main goal.”
Don’t miss our latest #CMBP T.note by Edoardo Agamennone goo.gl/ApL1nm pic.twitter.com/UKE6NSPGG9
“Mentre muta l’ordine regionale, cambia anche la traiettoria degli ordini interni degli stati del Sud-est asiatico.”
Online il nuovo numero di #RISE Vol. 3, N. 2, “Ordine e mutamento nel Sud-est asiatico”. goo.gl/FBxkvj pic.twitter.com/GqJww81RGk
"Current peacebuilding approaches focused on state-building and militarization have led to poor security outputs, neither addressing national tensions nor fighting ethnic narratives of conflict"
Our latest T.note by Francesco Merlo (@Twai_Torino) goo.gl/yKxV1g pic.twitter.com/ht5MrqyPLb
“To the extent that Beijing accepts an open and inclusive Southeast Asia as well as established and binding rules, the Singapore–PRC relationship is likely to continue smoothly.”
Don’t miss our latest #RISE T.note by Ja Ian Chong (@NUSingapore) goo.gl/SHDyoR pic.twitter.com/mipuh1FeX8
#EngagingConflict Summer School: last day!
Dr.@JairvdLijn (@SIPRIorg) presented the role of think tank in global efforts for peace and the possibilities for employment in research institutes. pic.twitter.com/B7Nf3UkJnz
During his lectures at the #EngagingConflict Summer School, Juan Diaz-Prinz (Conflict Management Space) introduced the students to practical methods and styles of international mediation of conflicts. pic.twitter.com/juFN62S3zO
Alpaslan Ozerdem (@covcampus) drew on the case of Mostar to criticize the liberal peace building approach and its failures in bringing sustainable peace during his lecture at the #EngagingConflict Summer School 2018 pic.twitter.com/eknJZVmQ5O
Gearoid Millar (@aberdeenuni) proposed Ethnographic Peace Research in order to explain and demystify the unexpected outputs of current peacebuilding experiences during his lecture at the #EngagingConflict Summer School 2018. pic.twitter.com/TUoFF8NS4V
The last session of the #TOChina Summer School hosts the Third @ChinaMed Symposium.
We are delighted to host Enrico Fardella, Giuseppe Gabusi, @AnastasVangeli, Dragan Pavlicevic, Ardian Hackaj, @TonchevPlamen, @AgathaKratz pic.twitter.com/P1ZdzaFzuW
“The 4th Plenum of the 18th CPC Congress (2014) re-captures the momentum of Rule of Law discourse in China by presenting an explicitly non-Western, non-liberal, non-universalist approach.”
Liu Hongxia (@nyushanghai) at the #TOChina Summer School 2018.
"One of the main challenges for China will be to modernize its domestic governance structures in light of the increasing cross-border mobility of capitals and talents".
We are delighted to welcome Wang Jianye (@nyushanghai) to the #TOChina Summer School 2018 pic.twitter.com/LsnTRAz8SL
"Is war beginning to escape human control? Thucydides tells us war is one of the things that make us definitively human; but how long will this continue to be the case as our relationship with technology continues to develop?"
Cristopher Coker (@LSEnews) at the #EC Summer School pic.twitter.com/9Nu85durBx
🇨🇳🇮🇷Collaborative yet competing visions of connectivity along the Belt and Road Initiative: while China sees Iran as a corridor to Europe, Iran aims to foster connectivity along its north-south route.
@m_shariatinia (Shahid Beheshti University) at the #TOChina Summer School pic.twitter.com/PIHFnBw6SY
Mats Berdal (@KingsCollegeLon) provided a critical overview of the international efforts to bring lasting peace and stability to societies affected by war during his lecture at the #EngagingConflict Summer School 2018. pic.twitter.com/d5jqZQ4FCq
“According to CCP experts, effectiveness matters more than “looking good”; ideology is better than institutions for maintaining unity and effectiveness.”
@SusanShirk1 (@UCSanDiego) at the #TOChina Summer School 2018.