NATO will only remain relevant to its members and contribute to international stability if the regional alliance acquires a global perspective
Senior Advisor for European Affairs at The Aspen Institute
Marta Dassù is Senior Advisor of European Affairs at the Aspen Institute and Editor-in-Chief of Aspenia. She is a Board Member of Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome, of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, and a Member of the Advisory Council of the European Policy Centre in Brussels. She is also part of the scientific committee of the LUISS School of Government in Rome. Previously, she was Italy’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Policy Adviser to the Italian Prime Minister. She is a regular contributor to the Italian newspaper La Stampa and has written numerous books. Dassù graduated from the University of Florence.
The event will convene a high-level group of Italian decision-makers and opinion shapers across government, business, media and the expert community as well as member of ECFR Council
If Italy was the front facing east during the cold war, then today it is vulnerable to the south: the country has been drawn into a geopolitical competition that looms over the Strait of Sicily
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Europe should be at the forefront of the efforts to enlarge the G8 club in order to remain relevant. An Italian article in Corriere della Sera.