NRDC-ITA personnel welcomes their new Chief of Staff, Major General Fabio Polli.
Professor Rodolfo Helg illustrated the economic impact of commercial neo-protectionism and analysed its possible consequences on a geopolitical level.
Professor Paolo Magri, interviewed by the staff of the NATO Rapid Reaction Command, outlines possible geopolitical scenarios determined by the current pandemic.
General Desportes illustrates the principles of strategy in a complex society, such as the present one.
Art historian Philippe Daverio illustrates the possible cultural and tourism opportunities for Italy in view of the end of the current emergency.
An Armed Forces Psychologist Officer outlines the psychological aspects of extreme and unnatural conditions, such as forced isolation and interconnected fears.
Professor Holslag discusses the new global posture of China, a key driver of the world economy with increasing social and security implications worldwide.
Milan, 24 April 2020. The latest e-lecture hosted by the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Italy has been held with the title The Global Macroeconomic impacts of COVID-19.
Milan, April 21, 2020. The latest e-lecture delivered to NRDC-ITA staff has been delivered by Doctor Daniele Trevisani. Speaking to over 250 staff and selected guests from other NATO and Italian commands via a virtual conferencing tool, the Doctor discussed the potential problems of leadership within operational communication.
Professor Julian Lindely-French discussed media disinformation in the age of COVID-19, as well the strategic consequences for nations NATO
Mr. Cyril Widdershoven, Founder and Sr. Advisor Geopolitics & Country Risk of Verocy (www.verocy.com) presented a lecture to key NRDC-ITA elements, titled “Multipolarism and shifting alliances, MENA’s future going East?”.
Verocy is a consultancy company that provides strategic foresights and development gateways for international investments, new business and value management of assets and resources in MENA.
In his speech, Mr. Widdershoven, as a veteran global
Milan, 30 January 2020. A meeting between Lieutenant General, Guglielmo Luigi Miglietta, and the diplomatic and consular representations of the 18 contributing nations of the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Italy was held in the historical setting of “Cusani” palace in the heart of Milan.
The event was an opportunity to discuss the future commitments of the NATO command, which each of the 18 countries contributes to, through personnel and funding.
The NATO Rapid Deployable Corps – Italy organised and hosted an international seminar on Leadership at the NATO Command’s Milan headquarters, the Cusani Palace, on Tuesday 21st January 2020.
An international panel of experts, both military and civilian, provided their insights in a variety of aspects, related to the importance of leadership, with implications to the military and civilian life.