In the context of debates on the rise of China in the West, China’s seaport investment projects in the Mediterranean region have aroused concerns in the US and the EU given that they regard China as an emerging strategic and economic challenge. The EU has strategic doubts about the security,…
Enrico Fardella (ChinaMed Project, T.wai) is interviewed on the future of Italy-China relations in the article "Italy’s prospective PM Meloni poised to shake up ties with China" on the South China Morning Post.
[IT] "Discorso pubblico on-line e questioni etiche nella Cina contemporanea", articolo tratto dalla lezione di Kristin Shi-Kupfer (University of Trier) alla TOChina Summer School 2022 e pubblicato dal magazine Atlante di Treccani.
Enrico Fardella (ChinaMed Project, T.wai) comments future perspectives of Italy-China relations in the article "Giorgia Meloni, far-right ‘Christian mother,’ is Italy’s new leader. Here’s how that might change Europe and the world" on the Toronto Star.
Leonardo Bruni (ChinaMed Project, T.wai & Peking University) in the article "What Did Speculation About Xi’s Fictitious Trip to Saudi Arabia Tell Us About China’s Broader Mideast Strategy" for a new monthly column on Sino-Mediterranean relations for The China Global South Project.
“L’attuale rallentamento economico della Cina è congiunturale, ed è legato alla politica “zero-Covid”, ma credo abbia anche degli elementi strutturali legati al settore immobiliare e a un eccesso di fiducia negli investimenti come volano della crescita.”
Edoardo Agamennone is a Research Fellow at T.wai and Academic Director of the ChinaMed Business Program developed by the TOChina Hub, an integrated academic platform of the University of Torino, T.wai and ESCP Business School.
Giovanni B. Andornino is the Vice President of the Torino World Affairs Institute and Head of its Global China Program. He is an Assistant Professor of International Relations of East Asia at the University of Torino and the Secretary General of the China-Italy Philanthropy Forum.
Enrico Fardella is Director for Area Studies of the ChinaMed Business Program and Director of the ChinaMed Project. He is Associate Professor of the History Department of Peking University, Director of the Center for Mediterranean Area Studies of Peking University and Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars.
Kavinda Navaratne is the General Manager of the Torino World Affairs Institute and Italy Coordinator for the TOChina Hub, an integrated academic platform of the University of Torino, T.wai and ESCP Business School.