Research & Policy Papers

Research & Policy Papers

Global Policy Vol. 10 Issue 4 (December 2019)

The AIIB in Global Perspective: Early Development, Innovation and Future Agenda

Global China Asia Prospects Research & Policy Papers

The December 2019 issue of Global Policy has two special sections. The first entitled ‘The AIIB in Global Perspective: Early Development, Innovation and Future...   Read More

ChinaMed Report 2019

China’s New Role in the Wider Mediterranean Region

Global China Research & Policy Papers

‍How does China’s growing global role affect the current dynamics of the Mediterranean region? This report aims to answer this question by exploring the most recent trends in the relations between China and the countries in the greater Mediterranean region.

SIPRI Yearbook Summary 2019

SIPRI Yearbook Summary 2019: edizione italiana

Violence & Security Research & Policy Papers

[IT] Dal 2011, in accordo con il SIPRI, T.wai offre al pubblico la traduzione italiana della sintesi del SIPRI Yearbook, considerato in tutto il mondo una fonte autorevole e indipendente di dati e analisi su temi relativi ad armamenti, disarmo e sicurezza internazionale, armi e tecnologia, spesa militare, commercio e…

Italian Political Science Review (May 2019)

Authoritarian resilience through top-down transformation

Violence & Security Research & Policy Papers

Stefano Ruzza and Giuseppe Gabusi (T.wai & University of Torino) discuss about Myanmar's political transition in the article "Authoritarian resilience through top-down transformation: making sense of Myanmar's incomplete transition".

Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution (April 2019)

Comparing Peace Processes

Violence & Security Research & Policy Papers

Stefano Ruzza (T.wai & University of Torino) is author of the chapter "Myanmar" in the first edition of "Comparing Peace Processes", a comparative survey of 18 contemporary peace processes conducted by leading international scholars and edited by Alpaslan Özerdem and Roger Mac Ginty.

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