Italian and American experts, gathered in Rome on the initiative of the Machiavelli Center for Political and Strategic Studies, Heritage Foundation and the International Republican Institute, will meet to discuss the hottest issues of the moment.
A new event format is unveiled. The general outline, for this first Defense Conference, will be the increase in military spending: the achievement of 2 percent of GDP, which has been demanded for years at the NATO level, must take place (according to the government and parliament) by 2028.
In its first Annual Defense Conference (July 13 in Rome), the Centro Studi Machiavelli wants to promote a debate on the theme, "Increasing Military Spending. Imagining the Defense of the Future."
In a modern world prey to the new liberal-progressive totalitarianism, there is little still left standing to preserve. We must be revolutionaries and defend the ancient cardinal points: God, Fatherland, Family.
The war between Russia and Ukraine is entering its third month of fighting with the situation on the ground still very uncertain. How will it continue? Is there a danger of widening? What will be the impact on Italians?
With talks by Francesco Borgonovo (deputy director of "La Verità"), Domenico Furgiuele (Lega deputy), Guglielmo Picchi (Lega deputy), Rossano Sasso (Undersecretary of Education) and Daniele Scalea (President of the Centro Studi Machiavelli).
The war between Russia and Ukraine is entering its third month of fighting with a situation on the ground still very uncertain. The European Union and NATO are committed to support Kiev with the supply of weapons and the imposition of sanctions on Moscow, which are of particular concern to those countries - like Italy - more dependent on imports of Russian gas and oil.
Three experts renowned internationally discussed for Centro Studi Machiavelli how the Russian-Ukrainian war will proceed and what the consequences will be for Europe and America.
The war between Russia and Ukraine has imposed a difficult challenge on NATO and Europe. In particular, our continent risks to come out destabilized, between war at the gates, wave of refugees and socio-economic repercussions of sanctions. What are the scenarios for the near future and how should NATO and European countries deal with them?