The convenience of Italy and Europe investing in North Africa: the virtuous example of Green Stream and Transmed

The convenience of Italy and Europe investing in North Africa: the virtuous example of Green Stream and Transmed

On the night of March 19-20, the ship Golar Tundra docked at the port of Piombino, in the province of Livorno. The vessel is a regasifier, that is, an instrument through which Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is returned to a gaseous state and then fed into the grid. The infrastructure-which will become operational in mid-May-will […]

Why the Meloni government’s new “Mattei Plan” will not make Italy a truly relevant player in the Mediterranean scenario

Why the Meloni government’s new “Mattei Plan” will not make Italy a truly relevant player in the Mediterranean scenario

The new Italian government  took office in a very complicated international context. Since taking office,in fact, the new executive has not yet succeeded in proposing a policy line in the sign of discontinuity from previous governments and precedents related to the North African scenario-and it will not-for several reasons. Immigration: Italy’s main foreign policy directives […]

European gas price cap agreement

European gas price cap agreement

After months of negotiations and two emergency ministerial meetings, European energy ministers on Monday, December 19, agreed on a cap on gas prices. The announcement came via Twitter from a spokesman for the Czech Republic, the rotating chair of the European Union. Negotiations over months reflected the inherent level of complexity in the discussion. For […]