International System & World Order

In spite of a plethora of increasingly relevant non-state actors, this section takes ‘states’ as the main unit of the international system. How do states function? How can domestic politics affect foreign policy? How do states interact with one another at regional and international levels? How is great power competition evolving? Are we witnessing the establishment of new world order(s)? What is the future holding?

Cognizant of complexity whilst rejecting any unintended assumption regarding relevance of single states, we zoom in on the following themes: USA, Russia, Asia and China, UK and European Affairs, Italy, Middle East, Central and Latin America, Africa.

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Experts

USA

Ken Schultz, Stanford
Bernard Finel, National War College, Virginia
Aila Matanock, UC Berkeley
Inderjeet Parmar, City University

Russia & the Post-Soviet Space

Tracy German, KCL
Gonzalo Pozo-Martin, Stockholm University
Tiberio Graziani, Vision and Global Trends
Dmitry Muratov, Noble Peace Prize, Novaya Gazeta
Pavel K. Baev, PRIO, Norway

Asia & China

Amb. Giulio Terzi, Italy
Harriet Gaywood, Teneo, Shanghai, China
Zhiqun Zhu, Bucknell University, USA
Michio Tsuruoka, Keio University, Japan
Youngjun Kim, Korea National Defense University, South Korea
Pawan Agrawal, Prabhat Prakashan, India
Waqar Rizvi, Scope, Pakistan
Rohan Gunaratna, RSIS, Singapore
Muslim Saadat, AB Group, Afghanistan
Alessandro Arduino, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Ashok Regmi, Nepal armed forces

UK & European Affairs

Sir Lawrence Freedman, KCL, UK
Michael Clarke, RUSI, UK
Spyros Economides, LSE, UK
Giangiacomo Calovini, 24 Ore Business School, Italy
Pascal Boniface, IRIS, France
Valbona Zeneli, Marshall Center, Germany
Dovile Šakaliene, MP, Lithuania
Emilie Tran, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
Carlos Espaliu, Nebrija University, Spain

Italy

Dott. Lucio Caracciolo, direttore Limes
Dott. Germano Dottori, Limes
Dott. Guido Olimpio, Corriere della Sera
Prof. Mario Caligiuri, Presidente SII/ Università della Calabria
Prof. Marco Lombardi, ITSTIME, Università Cattolica del Sacro
Cuore Milano
Prof. Michele Brunelli, Università degli studi di Bergamo
Ufficiale Daniele Grasso, Esercito Italiano
Ufficiale Alessio Sabbatini, Marina Militare

Middle East

Chuck Freilich, Columbia University, USA
Abbas Milani, Stanford, USA
Ahmed AlKhalifa, Bahrain armed forces
Rabee Alomari, Jordan armed forces
David Roberts, KCL, UK
Cinzia Bianco, European Council on Foreign Relations, Germany
Amir Kamel, KCL, UK
Rebecca Mieli, Alpha Institute, Israel
Yahia Zoubir, KEDGE Business School, France
Adel Abdel Ghafar, Brooking Doha Center, Qatar

Central & Latin America

Arturo Sotomayor, George Washington University, USA
Anna Carla Fonseca, Garimpo, Saõ Paulo, Brazil
Márcio Fernandes, international security expert, Coimbra, Brazil
Juan Martin Gonzales Cabañas, political consultant, Argentina
Javier Gonzalo Alcalde Cardoza, Pontificia Universidad Católica
del Perú, Peru
Annette Idler, University of Oxford
Ryan C. Berg, CSIS, USA

Africa

Funmi Onolisakin, KCL, UK
Ugochukwu Vitus Unachukwu, Nigeria armed forces
Christian Muchu, Camerun foreign affairs
Suleymani Doumbia, Mali armed forces
Lazarus Kubasu, World Bank
Prosper Nii Nortey, African Union
Muhammad Alaraby, Bibliotheca Alexandrina’s Center for
Strategic Studies, Egypt
Riaan Eksteen (Amb. Ret), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Iran

Alex Vatanka, Middle East Institute, USA
Meir Javedanfar, Reichman University, Israel
Sadegh Zibakalam, University of Tehran, Iran
Mehrzad Buroujerdi, Virginia Tech, USA
Lior Sternfeld, PennState, USA

South East Asia & Oceania

Gordon Nanau, University of South Pacific, Fiji
Evi Fitriani, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Lavina Lee, Macquarie University, Australia

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