This JOINT Brief by JOINT Coordinator Riccardo Alcaro analyses the recent Quirinale Treaty, meant to: inject stability into a deep and often unnecessarily troubled political relationship, (slightly) rebalance Europe’s balance of power and lead to greater cohesion between Italy and France in the EU
On 25 November 2021, the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) hosted a JOINT project roundtable aimed at understanding what kind of actor the European Union is becoming in a world characterised by multipolar contestation and regional fragmentation. Chair: Pol Morillas, Director, CIDOB (Barcelona Centre for International Affairs) Panelists: Riccardo Alcaro, Senior Researcher, IAI (Istituto Affari […]
Pol Bargués (Research Fellow, CIDOB- Barcelona Centre for International Affairs) and Riccardo Alcaro (JOINT Coordinator and Head of Research, IAI- Istituto Affari Internazionali), in the occasion of the November Roundtable organized by CIDOB, exchanged ideas about the core issues of our project: internal and external factors affecting and affected by EU foreign and security policy.
On 22 November 2021, JOINT members gathered in Brussels for the first WP2 Workshop “The Context of EU Foreign and Security Policy: Internal contestation, regional fragmentation and multipolar competition.” JOINT Coordinator Riccardo Alcaro and WP2 Leader Hylke Dijkstra summarize in two videos the outcomes of the workshop as well as the objectives of the project […]
During the day of JOINT WP2 Workshop, we asked the members our JOINT partner institutions to tell us more about what they think of the project and about the research work they have been doing so far. We interviewed: Hylke Dijkstra, JOINT WP2 Leader – Maastricht University (MU) Georgana Noutcheva, Associate Professor – Maastricht University […]