The New-Med project
The New-Med project was set up in 2014 and is carried out by a network of researchers and analysts keen to examine the complex social, political, cultural and security issues concerning the Mediterranean area. The project is guided by IAI in cooperation with the Secretary of OSCE, the Compagnia di San Paolo di Torino, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the German Marshall Fund (GMF) of the United States.
M-int e Medit
M-int and Medit Twai in collaboration with CENTRO STUDI AFRICANI The M-int project answers the need to identify and map out Mediterranean interests in Piedmont with the aim to nurture and strengthen the dialogue between academic competences and the cognitive needs of the territory regarding Mediterranean needs. The project activities help enhance the contents of the Medit portal, which was created to aggregate information and studies on current political, social and economic interests in the Mediterranean area to extend them to the most diverse actors with interests in the area. Medit was created in collaboration with Centro Piemontese di Studi Africani. Twai in collaboration with CENTRO STUDI AFRICANI
Permanent Observatory on economic relations between Italy and the Mediterranean
Permanent Observatory on economic relations between Italy and the Mediterranean Mediterranean Observatory project was set up to evaluate and analyse the dynamics and effects of economic relations between Italy (especially its southern regions) and countries of the Mediterranean area. In particular, the Observatory analyses two geographical areas – the Southern Med (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt) and the Eastern Med (Israel, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey) – looking at relations from a trade, financial, infrastructure, entrepreneurial and energy point of view, with special focus on indicators of Italy’s business trend with these countries.