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The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University Europe in Bologna, Italy.
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WorldPoliticsReview Sep 4
.’s Mark Gilbert discusses the prospects for the new Italian coalition, the obstacles it will need to overcome in order to govern effectively, and the implications for Rome’s approach toward the EU and the contentious issue of immigration.
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Sep 10
What can we expect from Italy's far-right League party leader , going forward? In his latest interview w/ , Mark Gilbert discusses Italy's new Cabinet, M5S-PD tensions--and how Salvini fits into this dynamic Tune in here:
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Sanam Vakil Jul 20
Shared some thoughts on with this morning regarding Iran's seizure of the British flagged tanker in the Persian Gulf and how that could lead to greater UK-US coordination to manage Iran tensions
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 26
U.S."maximum pressure" worked on Iran before. It may not again. comments on and if negotiation remains a possibility via
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 24
. shared analysis of Europe's role in US-Iran tensions. Noting that Germany, Britain and France are showing signs of distraction domestically, "This should be an important moment for the EU to weigh in and try to shepherd a process," she stated
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Policy Forum Jun 24
How can other countries help island nations tackle and avoid displacement? In this part of our special , looks at why they must first listen carefully to what Pacific communities want.
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 24
Opinion by Prof. Raffaella Del Sarto in : Trump's Israel-Palestine plan is all smoke and mirrors
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 19
. commented on US-Iran tensions in terms of US politics, stating that "Iran doesn't want to help Trump get reelected and some policymakers in Tehran have argued that talks would benefit the President." More at:
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Simone Tagliapietra Jun 18
Happy to be part of this topical discussion. Thanks , & for the invitation. See you next Monday in Madrid :-)
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 17
In Face-Off With Iran, Escalation May Depend on Who Prevails Inside Washington and Tehran featuring analysis by
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 16
ICYMI: Gianfranco Pasquino participated in two events in last week focusing on the future of politics in Europe. Pasquino joined former President of the European Parliament Enrique Barón Crespo and former Education minister Pilar del Castillo.
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 12
Amid US-China trade war, could EU be next to join the CPTPP? Michael Plummer weighs in. via
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 8
Year in Review: Thanks, Obama. My Hopey, Changey White House Years , former special assistant and senior speechwriter to President Barack Obama visited the last September while touring his new book. Listen to the podcast here:
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 6
Dana Allin discussed President Donald Trump's visit to the U.K. with , saying that the US will have a 'big advantage' in trade talks with UK.
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 6
Year in Review: Take a look back at the many guests that hosted during the Europe academic year. We kicked off by exploring the Drivers of Food Insecurity with . Learn more with our event summary: . Until next year!
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 5
In review: The Global Risk Conference. Our seminar summary, podcast, and interview are now live. Learn more about political risk and anticipating global challenges with Stephanie Hare, Preston Keat, Francesca Panelli, and John Raines.
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Survival: Global Politics and Strategy Jun 4
FREE TO READ: Book Reviews by , and Russell Crandall with Sarah Sears.
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 4
Gianfranco Pasquino authored an article on the Ideal of Western Liberal Democracy and Real Democracies, arguing "that the most important factor affecting the dynamics of contemporary democratic political systems is the decline of political parties."
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Johns Hopkins BIPR Jun 3
Tonight: is in for a panel on . The event is hosted by and and will discuss the challenges facing the with and Amb. Aunese Makoi Simati of .
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Johns Hopkins | SAIS May 30
On May 25, SAIS Europe concluded the 2018-19 academic year with a celebration for degree candidates. Take a look at photo highlights here:
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