BEIRUT -- Authors divide diplomacy into two historical practices, the “old” style of practice occurred between the 18th and 19th centuries and was followed by the “new” practice mentioned by President Woodrow Wilson prior to the creation of the League of Nations. Today, as the globe is apparently getting smaller, globalization is affecting world politics much more than we think and diplomacy also has evolved . International Relations today are characterized by the access of many governmental and non-governmental actors sharing the stage with government diplomats.
ROME -- Thursday May 5 marks the third National Day against paedophilia and child pornography in Italy, for which the president of the Republic Sergio Mattarella has spoken out in a speech made on Thursday morning.
ROME -- As the referendum on whether the United Kingdom will stay in the European Union fast approaches, The Expat Survey are discovering how British expats are feeling with the Big BreXpat Survey. The first results of the BreXpat survey have been released on the awareness and feelings surrounding the EU referendum in the UK that will be held on June 23, the survey itself can be found at www.theexpatsurvey.com and is open until May 31 to record the sentiments of any British citizen living overseas.
ROME -- Two British citizens, living abroad and fighting for the right to vote in the EU Referendum, have been given the right to take their case to the Court of Appeal. This permission came from the High Court and was given to the lawyers acting for the two expats.
ROME – Italian Senator Francesco Giacobbe, the elected representative of Italian communities in Africa, Asia, Oceania and Antartica, will give a talk to the Commonwealth Club of Rome at the Indian Embassy on Monday May 9 on the topic of ‘Italian relations with the Commonwealth: culture, innovation and business.’
Members and friends will be guests of the Indian Ambassador to Italy, H.E. Mr. Anil Wadhwa, at the aperitivo event in the auditorium of the Embassy at 5, Via XX Settembre, 5.