Conflict Diplomacy in the Digital World

Conflict Diplomacy in the Digital World

19 e 20 settembre 2019
Link Campus University
Via del Casale di San Pio V, 44 – Roma

 

Incontro internazionale

Conflict Diplomacy in the Digital World


 

Link Campus University e il Boris Mints Institute della Tel Aviv University organizzano, nei giorni 19 e 20 settembre 2019 presso la Link Campus University, una iniziativa internazionale sul tema “Conflict Diplomacy in the Digital World”.

L’incontro è di grande interesse e, nel quadro delle attività di Studi Internazionali e Strategici di Link Campus, prevede la partecipazione di importanti personalità italiane e internazionali.

 

Sono previsti i seguenti seminari:

Thursday, 19.9.19

09:00 Opening Statements:
Prof. Vincenzo Scotti, President of Link Campus University, Former Italian Minister of Interior, of Foreign Affairs, of Cultural Heritage, of State Holdings and Former Mayor of Naples
Dr. Boris Mints, President of BMI
Prof. Itai Sened, Head, BMI; Founding Head, School of Social and Policy Studies, Tel-Aviv University

10: 00
The Peace Process in Colombia – Why Did it Work?

Moderator: Prof. Piero Schiavazzi, Link Campus University
Prof. Shlomo Ben-Ami, Vice President, Toledo International Center for Peace and former Foreign Minister of Israel
Mr. Sergio Jaramillo Caro, Former High commissioner of Peace, Colombia
Prof. Alberto Melloni, Director of the John XXIII Foundation for Religious Studies, Coordinator of the European Research Infrastructure of Religious Studies

Discussion

 

11: 15 Coffee Break

 

11: 30 Academic Forum 1: The Fundamentals of the Palestinian – Israeli Conflict

Moderator: Professor Itai Sened, Head of the Boris Mints Institute, TAU
Dr. Sami Miaari, Department of Labor Studies, Tel-Aviv University
Prof. Fabio Nicolucci, Middle East political analyst, Link Campus University
Dr. Ahmed Abdelwahed, Chairman of the Academy for International Development – Middle East and North Africa AID-MENA

 

12:30 Lunch – Link Campus University

 

14:00 Ambassadors’ Forum 1: The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict – Perspective and Prospects

Moderator: Amb. Prof. Maurizio Melani, Link Campus University, Former D.G. in the Italian MFA and Ambassador to Iraq, to the Political and Security Committee of the EU and to Ethiopia
Dr. Martin S. Indyk, Distinguished Fellow and Director of Executive Education, The Council on Foreign Relations; Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel and for Israeli–Palestinian Negotiations
Amb. Prof. Itamar Rabinovich, Member of BMI Advisory Board; Founder and President of the Israel Institute; Former Ambassador of Israel to USA and President Emeritus of Tel-Aviv University
Dr. Hussein Agha, Senior Associate Member, St. Antony’s College, Oxford
Ambassador Daniel Shek, Former Ambassador of Israel to France and Monaco

Discussion

 

15:15 Coffee Break

 

15:30 Foreign Ministers’ Forum: The Middle East in the Contemporary Global Perspective

Moderator: Amb. Prof. Maurizio Melani, Link Campus University, Former D.G. in the Italian MFA and Ambassador to Iraq, to the Political and Security Committee of the EU and to Ethiopia
Prof. Shlomo Ben-Ami, Vice President, Toledo International Center for Peace and former Foreign Minister of Israel
Prof. Massimo D’Alema, Link Campus University, President of the Italianieuropei Foundation Former Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Italy
Dr. Elisabetta Trenta, Former Minister of Defense of Italy

Discussion

 

Friday, 20.9.19

09:00 Ambassadors’ Forum 2: Diplomacy in the Modern Era

Moderator: Professor Itai Sened, Head of the Boris Mints Institute, TAU
Dr. Martin S. Indyk, Distinguished Fellow and Director of Executive Education, The Council on Foreign Relations; Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel and the for Israeli–Palestinian Negotiations
Ambassador Ferdinando Salleo, Former Secretary General of the Italian MFA, Former Ambassador to USA, USSR (and then Russia) and OECD
Prof. Itamar Rabinovich, Member of BMI Advisory Board; Founder and President of the Israel Institute; Former Ambassador of Israel to USA and President Emeritus of Tel-Aviv University
Ambassador Daniel Shek, Former Ambassador of Israel to France and Monaco
Prof. Clelia Piperno, CEO of the Talmud Project

Discussion

 

10:30 Coffee Break

 

10:45 Institutional and Academic Forum : Europe after the EP Elections

Moderator: Amb. Prof. Maurizio Melani, Link Campus University, Former D.G. in the Italian MFA and Ambassador to Iraq, to the Political and Security Committee of the EU and to Ethiopia

Prof. Daniela Giannetti, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, University of Bologna
Prof. Wolfgang C. Müller, Institute of Political Science, University of Vienna
Karen Umansky, BMI Fellow, Department of Public Policy, Tel-Aviv University
Hon. Vaclav Klaus, Member of BMI Advisory Board, Co- Founder of the Václav Klaus Institute, former President of the Czech Republic
A member of the newly formed Italian Government (TBC)

Discussion

 

12:15 Concluding Remarks:

Prof. Vincenzo Scotti, President of Link Campus University, Former Italian Minister of Interior, of Cultural Heritage, of State Holdings and Former Mayor of Naples
Prof. Itamar Rabinovich, Founder and President of the Israel Institute; Former Ambassador of Israel to USA and President Emeritus of Tel-Aviv University

12:45 End of the meeting

 

Scarica il programma.



Quando:

19/09/2019 - 20/09/2019

Orario:

9:00 - 18:00


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