NATO and the EU have an enticing opportunity to improve relations between the sometimes fractious states of the region.
We are now almost a week into Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Some important facts and lessons have become apparent.
Following Germany’s historic decision to increase military spending, the Italian Prime Minister follows suit.
Years of close personal and business ties between Italy’s elite and Russia are proving resilient even in hard times.
America’s hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan and the AUKUS submarine and security deal has sparked discussion about greater European defense autonomy. Italy can help.
European regulators are stepping up fines on Big Tech for antitrust and privacy violations before the Digital Markets Act risks diluting their authority.
Italy continues to speak to Russia, despite the threats to Ukraine. But if conflict erupts, it is clear where Mario Draghi’s government will stand.
China’s flagship foreign investment program was welcomed by Italy until the costs and the risks became apparent. Now, enthusiasm is rapidly waning.
China’s efforts to invest in European strategic infrastructure projects are running in growing opposition
China’s relations with Europe are tanking.