Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata
With Europe in the grips of a recession, economic growth has become a priority. Since the world economy is now globalized, growth needs to be a foreign policy priority as well.
The emergence of new economic powerhouses has shifted the world’s political center of gravity. This could open opportunities for a deepening of the traditional US-European bond.
The idea of ecumene, or “home in which we live together,” has existed around the Mediterranean Sea since ancient times. With recent events, the time is ripe for nurturing new – more pragmatic – initiatives between Southern Europe and North Africa