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4 DECEMBER | (2.30 P.M. 5.30 P.M.) CHALLENGES TO THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER Sala Organi collegiali Rettorato Universita' "La Sapienza"


4 DECEMBER | (2.30 P.M. 5.30 P.M.) CHALLENGES TO THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER Fulco Lanchester, Director of the Department of Political Sciences, Professor of Comparative Public Law, Sapienza University Antonello F. Biagini, Sapienza University Professor of History of Eastern Europe Luciano Bardi, University of Pisa Horizontal Euroscepticism and the crisis of European democracy Andrea Carteny, Sapienza University Geopolitical hegemony of Russia and his historical power of attraction Anton Giulio De Robertis, University of Bari The new international order: rise and withering of the third chance Ettore Greco, IAI - Istituto Affari Internazionali The Transatlantic Partnership and the Reform of Global Governance Piero Ignazi, University of Bologna Italian foreign policy: continuity and rupture after the end of the Cold War Ellis S. Krauss, University of California, San Diego The Rise of China and the U.S.-Japan-China Triangle as a Challenge to the International Order Gianluca Passarelli, assistant professor of Political Science, Sapienza University Gabriele Natalizia, Link University Roma Leading from Behind" Doesn't Work. Risks of the Obama Doctrine in the Post-Soviet Space Andrea Pizzigallo, University of Naples, Federico II The South Mediterranean Area: In Search of Lost Equilibrium?