Vittorio Emanuele Parsi

Vittorio Emanuele Parsi is an international relations professor and the director of the Advanced School of Economics and International Relations (ASERI) at the Catholic University of Milan. He is also Chair of the Italian Standing Group of International Relations. He is interested in the relationship between politics and economics, and in the transformations of the international political system. In addition to his latest book, “Vulnerable: How the Pandemic Will Change the World,” he is currently a columnist for Rome’s Il Messaggero. He has also held numerous seminars at universities worldwide including Georgetown University, University of Oxford and Saint Joseph University in Beirut. Parsi is commander for the reserve of the Italian navy and has joined several peacekeeping missions in the Middle East and search and rescue missions in the Mediterranean.

Three Scenarios for a Post-Coronavirus World

In this guest edition of The Interview, Valerio Alfonso Bruno talks to Professor Vittorio Parsi about the possible state of the post-pandemic world and the various vulnerabilities COVID-19 has exposed within the existing system. Continue Reading

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