Guarini Institute for Public Affairs News

Festival of Diplomacy: 10 Years After the Twin Towers

The Guarini Institute of Public Affairs took part in the Festival of Diplomacy that took place in Rome and Florence between the 8th and the 14th of October.

Guarini Institute Lecture: “Italy Against Itself” by Alexander Stille

Renowned journalist Alexander Stille explores the institutional and political crisis in which Italy has been trapped in for 15 years.

Guarini Institute Roundtable Discussion: “One Month to Go – The US Presidential Elections and Europe”

Frank Guarini, Lucio Martino, Giorgio La Malfa and Silvio Fagiolo discuss the upcoming Presidential election and its significance for Europe.

“The Politics of Climate Change”: a Lecture by Lord Anthony Giddens

Lord Giddens tackles the reasons for the resistance our politicians show towards accepting climate change.

Guarini Institute Panel Discussion: “After the Italian Legislatives and the Pennsylvania Primaries”

The Guarini Institute panel featured Lucio Martino, Professor Lawrence Gray, Professor Pamela Harris, and Professor Federigo Argentieri.

Guarini Institute presents: “Hitler’s Journey to Italy – May 1938”

Director Pietro Melograni presents his film "Hitler's Journey to Italy - May 1938".

Guarini Institute presents: “The Ukrainian Holodomor and the Denial of Genocides”

Friday, November 9, 2007 brought an exciting array of international figures to John Cabot University's Aula Magna Regina as the political and security implications of genocide denial were discussed in a conference organized in collaboration with the Associazione Italiana Studi di Storia dell'Europa Centrale e Orientale.

“The Diplomatic Challenges of Conflict Resolution” – Daithi O’Ceallaigh

His Excellency Daithi O'Ceallaigh - recently appointed Ireland's Ambassador to the United Nations at its European headquarters in Geneva - was closely involved in negotiations leading to the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 and, more recently, the moves to see devolved government restored at Stormont.

Emilio Gentile Presents: “Civil Religion in America”

In his lecture to the JCU community Professor Gentile argued that politics over the past two centuries has often taken on the features of religion.