Political Science and International Affairs News

Professor Federigo Argentieri and Fellow Co-Authors Celebrate Third Edition of Successful Textbook

Professor Federigo Argentieri and Fellow Co-Authors Celebrate Third Edition of Successful Textbook

Federigo Argentieri, Professor of Political Science at JCU, contributed to a roundtable panel at the 46th National Convention of Aseees (Association of Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies).

President Pavoncello Interviewed by Wall Street Journal on Possible Early Exit for Italy’s President

President Pavoncello Interviewed by Wall Street Journal on Possible Early Exit for Italy’s President

John Cabot University Franco Pavoncello was recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on the repercussions of a possible early resignation by Italian President Giorgio Napolitano.

Professor Federigo Argentieri Publishes Chapter in New Book on Fall of Berlin Wall

Professor Federigo Argentieri Publishes Chapter in New Book on Fall of Berlin Wall

Professor Argentieri teaches Political Science and International Affairs and is Director of the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs at JCU. He has written a chapter in a new book on the fall of the Berlin Wall published by Italian daily Corriere della Sera.

John Cabot University International Relations Society Presents a “Month of the Middle East”

John Cabot University International Relations Society Presents a “Month of the Middle East”

Between October 22 and November 17, 2014 John Cabot University will be hosting a total of six events connected to the project, among which include an evening with Dr. Saywan Barzani, the Iraqi Ambassador to Italy, as well as with the Imam of the Italian Islamic Community, Yahya Pallavicini.

Professor Federigo Argentieri to Play Tito in a Mock Trial at Rome’s Festival of Diplomacy

Professor Federigo Argentieri to Play Tito in a Mock Trial at Rome’s Festival of Diplomacy

On October 26, JCU Professor Federigo Argentieri will play the late Yugoslavian communist party and state leader Josip Broz, nicknamed Tito, in a mock trial.

Professor Pamela Harris Speaks at a Conference on Second Vatican Council and Democracy in Catholic Countries

Professor Pamela Harris Speaks at a Conference on Second Vatican Council and Democracy in Catholic Countries

On October 15th, Professor Pam Harris spoke at a conference about Pope Paul VI, the Second Vatican Council and the Third Wave of Democratization.

Author Agop Manoukian Presents his Book “The Armenian Presence in Italy” at JCU

Author Agop Manoukian Presents his Book “The Armenian Presence in Italy” at JCU

On Friday, October 10th author Agop Manoukian presented his book La Presenza Armenia in Italia (Armenian Presence in Italy) at JCU in the Aula Magna.

Guarini Institute Welcomes Leonardo Morlino for Distinguished Lecture

Guarini Institute Welcomes Leonardo Morlino for Distinguished Lecture

On Thursday, October 2nd the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted a lecture by Leonardo Morlino, Professor of Political Science at LUISS University in Rome.

Professor Clough Marinaro to Help Fulbright Scholar Iman Childs

Professor Clough Marinaro to Help Fulbright Scholar Iman Childs

JCU Professor Isabella Clough Marinaro will be working with Iman Childs, Fulbright grant recipient, as she conducts research on African immigration to Italy.

President Pavoncello Interviewed by Xinhua on Italian Labor Reform

President Pavoncello Interviewed by Xinhua on Italian Labor Reform

John Cabot University Franco Pavoncello was interviewed by Chinese English language news agency Xinhua English News on the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's battle for labor reform.

Professor Rensmann Publishes Article on Ethnic Diversity and  “Cosmopolitanization” in European Party Politics

Professor Rensmann Publishes Article on Ethnic Diversity and “Cosmopolitanization” in European Party Politics

JCU Professor Lars Rensmann has just published a new research article in German Politics and Society, the leading peer-reviewed journal for the study of German politics.

Featured Professor: Isabella Clough Marinaro

Featured Professor: Isabella Clough Marinaro

Meet Italian Studies Professor Isabella Clough Marinaro and learn why John Cabot University in Rome is a great place to study.

Professors Driessen and Rensmann Present at International Conferences in September

Professors Driessen and Rensmann Present at International Conferences in September

Political Science Professors Michael Driessen and Lars Rensmann recently presented papers at the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual meeting in Washington, DC.

Professor Federigo Argentieri Interviewed by Italian Public Radio on Worsening of Ukraine Crisis

Professor Federigo Argentieri Interviewed by Italian Public Radio on Worsening of Ukraine Crisis

A frequent commentator on international affairs for the Italian public radio RAI, Prof. Argentieri was interviewed on the situation in Eastern Ukraine.

President Pavoncello Interviewed by China’s Xinhua English News: Italy’s Prime Minister Must Continue with Reforms for Economic Growth

President Pavoncello Interviewed by China’s Xinhua English News: Italy’s Prime Minister Must Continue with Reforms for Economic Growth

John Cabot University Franco Pavoncello was interviewed by China's Xinhua English News on the Italian economic situation and the reforms proposed by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.