T.notes

T.wai's T.notes are 2-page texts that address the major issues of international debate at the global and regional level, building a broad involvement in the high levels of politics and experts of the major teams of research centers at the international level.

War and the coming of Artificial Intelligence
T.NOTE N. 70

Oct 14, 2018 T.notes Christopher Coker Violence & Security

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already transforming our lives, for good or ill. And in the case of war, killing machines are not just the weapons of the future; they are already here.

Vietnam’s active diplomacy to engage with China’s increasing regional presence
T.note n. 69 (RISE series #21)

Sep 10, 2018 T.notes Pham Sy Thanh Changing World Politics

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.

Minsk Agreements: a difficult solution for Ukraine
T.NOTE N. 68

Aug 7, 2018 T.notes Giulio Benedetti Violence & Security

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.

White cat, black cat, red cat
T.Note n. 67 (CMBP Series #9)

Aug 1, 2018 T.notes Edoardo Agamennone Global China

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.

Beyond the militarist approach: a new challenge for Mali
T.note n. 66

Jul 25, 2018 T.notes Francesco Merlo Violence & Security

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.

It’s Complicated: Singapore–China Relations, an Overview
T.note n. 65 (RISE series #20)

Jul 16, 2018 T.notes Ja Ian Chong Changing World Politics

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.

Everything under the heavens
T.note n. 64 (CMBP series #8)

Jul 2, 2018 T.notes Edoardo Agamennone Global China

The question to be answered is not really whether China is developing a new world order, but what the future world order will look like in light of China’s skilful use of its tools of economic statecraft.

Reshaping the Regional Trade Order without the United States
T.note n. 63 (RISE series #19)

Jun 15, 2018 T.notes T. J. Pempel Changing World Politics

The decision to withdraw the US from TPP is therefore but one trade specific component of the broader self-isolation of the US from the Asia-Pacific more generally.

Street gangs as a form of glocal radicalization
T.note n. 62 (HS series #9)

Jun 13, 2018 T.notes Fabio Armao Violence & Security

Gangs are in all respects one of the forms assumed by the growing clustering of the criminal industry, in a market of illegal goods and services that is becoming ever more complex and globalized, and completely immune to the cyclical downturn in demand.

The specter of MS-13: Understanding fears and perceptions of belonging among diaspora Salvadorans
T.note n. 61 (HS series #8)

Jun 13, 2018 T.notes Donna De Cesare Violence & Security

Misunderstanding the adaptive nature of gangs like MS-13 results in policies which amplify violence and alienation in immigrant enclaves.

  • T.wai JOURNALS

    GLOBAL POLITICS LIBRARY

    OPENING HOURS

    Library services are available to Library Members on the following days:

    Monday: 10.00 am-1.00 pm
    Tuesday: 2.00-5.00 pm
    Thursday: 2.00-5.00 pm

    EVENTS

    • 25JunMon
      07JulSat

      TOChina Summer School 2018

      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

    • 02JulMon
      13JulFri

      Engaging Conflict Summer School 2018

      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

    FIND ALL EVENTS

©2017 Torino World Affairs Institute | via Ponza 4, 10121 Torino Italy | +39 011 195 67 788 | info@twai.it | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy