As the war in Ukraine continues, the borders of the disputed territories have been challenged as much as the balance of power between states. The Western model itself, as a whole, seems to have entered a crisis. The "deglobalization", in fact, not only in economic, but also geopolitical terms, sees the decline of neoliberalism and the difficulties of the United States in preserving the world order and maintaining its positions in the world. On the other hand, China designs new multilateral platforms to forge an alternative international system to the American-led one.
How long will the United States be able to guarantee European and global security? What role does China play in the Ukrainian crisis? And what place does Italy occupy in the geopolitical "deglobalization"?
In this meeting participants will be able to chat with Lucio Caracciolo, Director of Limes, to understand the trends of the war, between the Russian threats to use nuclear weapons, the promises of a Ukrainian counteroffensive and the role of China in the conflict. In addition, the consequences of deglobalisation, both economically and for the European continent and for Italy itself, will be discussed. Finally, particular attention will be given to the Italian boot, geopolitically isolated both in Europe and by the major world powers.
Director and Founder, Limes
The European House Ambrosetti
Samuel P. Huntington
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