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Il Summit di Pyongyang tra le due Coree: progressi sostanziali?

Undici anni dopo il viaggio di Roh Moo-hyun, mentore dell’attuale capo di Stato, un presidente della Corea del Sud viene accolto a Pyongyang per una visita ufficiale: il summit tra Moon Jae-in e il leader nordcoreano Kim Jong-un – svoltosi in tre giorni, dal 18 al 20 settembre – è un evento storico...

Time for a Magna Carta for the digital era?

In 2015, a year that marked both the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta and the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web, the British Library brought together a group of youngsters from across the globe to co-create a Magna Carta for the digital age...

Il mondo del lavoro tra innovazioni e vecchi quesiti irrisolti

Dopo circa un decennio di dibattiti sulla rivoluzione tecnologica, è ormai chiaro che essa non fagociterà il mondo del lavoro ma disegnerà una nuova geografia dei lavori. Restano i dubbi sul bilancio, ovvero sul se i posti di lavoro che scompariranno saranno più o meno numerosi di quelli che nasceranno...

John Mellencamp and the Future of Work

I spoke at Singularity University’s annual Global Summit in August; the event can be both inspiring and overwhelming, and this year was no exception...

On energy and responsibility

Italy’s power system is undergoing a major transition and the country needs investments, focused on innovation and digitalization. Terna is supporting a sustainable growth, ensuring security of supply for an efficient and resilient network.* * *...

Twenty energy years from now

In June 2038 – with the energy transition behind us – things are looking up for those utilities and operators that have embraced the change. Our energy future is cleaner, more sustainable, more flexible and less expensive thanks to farsighted policies that altered the dynamics of demand and supply...

The Med: hub or flashpoint?

Enduring conflicts and unresolved disputes in the Eastern Mediterranean promise to shape – and constrain – the development of offshore energy in the near future. Shaky relations throughout the region hinder a growing roster of global stakeholders, forcing geopolitical and commercial interests to maintain a fine balance...

The great transition

The world is experiencing another energy transition. Over the past few centuries, we have gone from wood to coal to oil, gas and nuclear; now we are shifting towards renewables. Consequences for society are inevitable – the trick is to manage them to our advantage.* * *...

Il giorno del Parlamento europeo

Non sono frequenti le giornate che ci ricordano l’importanza del Parlamento europeo...

In search of a negotiated solution in Libya

On 26 August violent clashes broke out in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. Sixty-one Libyans were killed and 159 injured, many of them civilians, including children...