Il programma

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HIKMA SUMMIT

OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

Giorno 1
Day 2

10.00-11.15: Parag Khanna, "The Asianization century" - Matteo Dian moderates

11.30-13.00: Michele Valensise, "European governance and foreign policy: Germany's leadership and prospects for Italy"

 

14.30-17.00: Workshops

 

17.30-19.00: Bruno Simma, "The International Court of Justice between international law and civil rights" - Attila Tanzi moderates

 

20.30-22.30: Cocktail Career Day

Day 3

Schedule

Day 1

18.00-19.00: Inauguration

19.00-19.40: Atifete Jahjaga, "The clash between democracy and nationalism - a view on the Western Balkans"

9.00-10.00: Angela Kane, "Disarmament and rearmament: issues and solutions"

10.00-11.15: Ambassador Luca Ferrari, "The Chinese leap: great contribution to multipolarity or a new unipolar imbalance?" - Antonio Fiori moderates

11.30-13.00: Romano Prodi, "Covid-19: EU community response and the impact on economic development: a European analysis"

14.30-17.00: Workshops

17.30-19.00: Enrico Letta, "Italy between austerity and expansionary policies, what successes?"

Giorno 3

10.00-11.15: Luciano Violante, "Costituzione italiana: ordine liberale e crisi internazionali per capire com'era, com'è e come sarà"                       - Modera Lucio Pegorar0 

12.00-13.30: Nathalie Van Raemdonck, "New frontiers of Cybersecurity between normbuilding and cyberspace in a multipolar world" - Modera Gian Piero Siroli

 

14.30-17.00: Workshops

 

17.30-19.00: Mario Del Pero, "I fattori storici della potenza statunitense, la concezione dell'egemonia, gli scenari dell'alternativa Trump-Biden"

19.00-19.30: Ringraziamenti e cerimonia di chiusura

Day 4

10.00-11.15: Luciano Violante, "Italian Constitution: liberal order and international crises to understand how it was, how it is and how it will be" - Lucio Pegoraro moderates  

12.00-13.30: Nathalie Van Raemdonck, "New frontiers of Cybersecurity between normbuilding and cyberspace in a multipolar world" - Gian Piero Siroli moderates

 

14.30-17.00: Workshops

 

17.30-19.00: Mario Del Pero, "The historical factors of US power, the conception of hegemony, the scenarios of the Trump-Biden alternative"

19.00-19.30: Thanks and closing ceremony