Guarini institute News

Professor Argentieri Discusses Trump, Populism and Russia

On November 18-20, 2016, Federigo Argentieri, Professor of Political Science and Director of Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, contributed to a roundtable panel titled “Demagogues and Democrats in Central-Eastern Europe.”

An Assessment of the US Elections and Trump’s Victory

On Wednesday, November 30, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the International Relations Society presented the panel discussion “An Assessment of the US Elections."

Guarini Institute Holds Panels on U.S. Elections, Populist Challenge

On Wednesday, October 26, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the Festival of Diplomacy hosted a panel discussion on the “American Elections: The Foreigners' View.”

Guarini Institute and International Relations Society Visit Budapest

On October 21-24, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the International Relations Society jointly organized a visit to Budapest during the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Revolution. 24 JCU students participated, led by Prof. Federigo Argentieri.

Italy Update: Rome, the Five Star Movement and the Referendum

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs welcomed seven members of the foreign press for a roundtable discussion on October 4

John Cabot University Welcomes Eric and Andrew McLuhan

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the Department of Communications are pleased to welcome Dr. Eric McLuhan, an internationally-known and award-winning lecturer on communication and media and son of the late Marshall McLuhan, and Andrew McLuhan, his son and assistant.

Professor Argentieri Reviews Serhii Plokhii

Political Science Professor Federigo Argentieri published a lengthy review of Harvard historian Serhii Plokhii's recent book The Last Empire - The Final Days of the Soviet Union in "La Lettura," the weekly cultural supplement of Italy's main daily Corriere della Sera.

Prof. Argentieri at ASEEES – MAG Convention

On June 26-28, Professor Federigo Argentieri took part in the Summer Convention jointly organized by U.S.-based ASEEES and MAG, a new organization aimed at promoting scholarly relations among Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian academics and researchers.

The 2016 U.S. Party Conventions and the Impact of Brexit

On Tuesday, July 7, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs organized a panel discussion on the 2016 U.S. Party Conventions and the Impact of Brexit.

Meet Doaa Abdel-Motaal, Member of Guarini Institute for Public Affairs

An environment and climate change expert, Dr. Abdel-Motaal traveled through the Antarctic and the Arctic and published the book Antartica: The Battle for the Seventh Continent (Praeger, 2016).

Prof. Argentieri on Ukraine-Russia Conflict at Italian Parliament

On Wednesday, May 25, 2016 President of the Foreign and EU Affairs Committee Fabrizio Cicchitto invited JCU Professor Federigo Argentieri, Director of the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, to the conference "Riflessioni sull'Ucraina" ("Reflections on Ukraine") in Palazzo Montecitorio, Rome.

Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and International Relations Society Present “After Brussels”

On Wednesday, April 6, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the International Relations Society welcomed Maurizio Caprara, Senior Columnist at Corriere della Sera, alongside JCU professors Francesca Galli and Diane Maye, for a panel discussion on terrorism in the wake of the recent attacks in Brussels.

Is the American Century Over? JCU Welcomes Professor Joseph Nye

Professor Nye is Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard University, and former Dean of the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Resolution of Business Interests in the 21st Century

On March 7, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs invited Dr. Martin Svatos to lecture on the “Resolution of Business Interests in the 21st Century,” alongside Institute adviser John Fanti.

The Guarini Institute Presents “The Democratic Horizon:” A Discussion with Author Alessandro Ferrara

On Monday, March 14, The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, along with the JCU Think! Philosophy Club and the Department of History and Humanities, hosted a panel discussion on Alessandro Ferrara’s book The Democratic Horizon.