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
China’s increased ‘soft power’ in terms of economic and cultural relations in Southeast Asia clearly presents a great opportunity for Vietnam while posing new challenges in terms of security, politics and diplomacy.
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.
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
Quarterly 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
7 November 2012, Laos organised a ground-breaking ceremony for the Xayaburi Dam.
“Power and Geopolitics along the Mekong: The Laos–Vietnam Negotiation on the Xayaburi Dam”, @gabrigiovannini @Twai_Torino @unito - Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs goo.gl/FiSA9a pic.twitter.com/ooVrvXANTd
“What are the main drivers of political transition and regime change?"
“The Elgar Companion to Post-Conflict Transition” (@ElgarPublishing) (forthcoming) features a chapter on Myanmar by @Twai_Torino and @unito Giuseppe Gabusi and Stefano Ruzza pic.twitter.com/hqjoDaU0m1
“Xayaburi è l’opera politicamente più rilevante e non ha solo scatenato le proteste degli ambientalisti, ma anche quelle dei Paesi a valle, Vietnam e Cambogia."
@gabrigiovannini (@Twai_Torino & @unito) intervistato da @angelagennaro su @IlReportage goo.gl/Todwmz pic.twitter.com/D5DthXvuy5
Giuseppe Gabusi and Stefano Ruzza (@Twai_Torino & @unito) took part in the 6th Conference of the Asian Borderlands Research Network at the American University of Central Asia (@MyAUCA), Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. pic.twitter.com/hD6qYa51Rm
“China’s increased ‘soft power’ in terms of economic and cultural relations in Southeast Asia clearly presents a great opportunity for Vietnam while posing new challenges in terms of security, politics and diplomacy.”
Our latest T.note by Pham Sy Thanh goo.gl/wNZmaA pic.twitter.com/PFWKr9DINl
“Beyond Bretton Woods: China and the changing landscape of international development finance”
The @GlobGovProgram in partnership with @Twai_Torino #ExecutiveTraining Seminar.
4 – 6 October 2018, Villa Schifanoia (Florence). Apply here goo.gl/RhuDJW pic.twitter.com/E0vkok8My6
The @EUI - T.wai Executive Training Seminar explores the most salient political and socioeconomic trends currently defining China’s domestic transformations and Beijing’s increasingly ambitious international posture.
1-3 October 2018, Florence, apply here goo.gl/mTfRP9 pic.twitter.com/SJD6KfIeu0
In Europa occidentale la spesa militare è cresciuta per il terzo anno consecutivo, aumentando del 1,7% rispetto al 2016.
È ora disponibile online la sintesi italiana del #SIPRIYEARBOOK 2018, a cura di @Twai_Torino goo.gl/Yyazwj pic.twitter.com/SvvK6Myizi
“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