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Scadenza iscrizioni: 14/07/2021
Following the success of previous years, the course Managing International Relations is proposed this summer in an edition inevitably focused on the evolution of the international geopolitical and geo-economic context during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The course contents will be deployed both through methodological modules on the analysis of international relations and through in-depth modules on the most topical issues, thanks to the contribution of top-level experts.
It will be delivered in English thourgh live E-Learning sessions, in which participants will be involved in an intensive and interactive experience that will end with a group-work, aimed at immediately putting into practice the knowledge and skills acquired.
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Managing International Relations addresses to students and professionals who need to better understand and manage analytical activities on global issues, provided by a faculty of international experts. Aldo Pigoli - Scientific coordinator
A manager of international relations must be able to intercept, understand and manage change and complexity not only at a strategic level, as in the case of major trends, but also at an operational level. Therefore, the learning objectives of the course are:
The Summerschool offers a 5 days full immersion on-line course, from Monday to Friday, with live lessons in the morning (3 hours) and individual activities of study, in depth contributions of experts and self-assessment activities in the afternoon.
On the last day, a 4-hour workshop ending with a group-work is planned. To enhance interaction and promote debate, an on-line forum will be available for participants. Live sessions will be recorded.
Course Overview: Managing international relations (Prof Aldo Pigoli)
What is a manager in international relations? What are the knowledge base and the skills needed to manage international relations?
Introduction: The new challenges (Prof Vittorio Emanuele Parsi)
Vulnerable: How the pandemic is changing politics and the world
Module 1: OSINT and data gathering
The strategic role of information and how to deal with it
Intelligence analysis: approaches and tools for the decision maker (Mirko Lapi, Intelligence expert and President, OsintItalia - Social Promotion Association)
Module 2: Actors, Interests, Resources: what I need to know (Prof Aldo Pigoli)
How to analyze events, dynamics, and trends in international relations
Managing information to protect business activities in critical times (Mark W. Lowe, CEO Monact Risk Assessment Services Ltd)
Module 3: How to make an analysis (Prof Aldo Pigoli)
How to design, make and disseminate an analysis
How unexpected factors should be considered from an analytical point of view: the case of the Mediterranean area (Riccardo Fabiani, North Africa Project Director, International Crisis Group)
Module 4: Key Geopolitical and Geo-economics factors (Prof Aldo Pigoli)
What are the key elements to take into consideration when dealing with geopolitical and geo-economic scenarios?
The European Union and the pandemic: reflections and scenarios. (Prof Oreste Foppiani, Head of International Relations Department, Webster University Geneva)
Workshop and group-works: Analyse and disseminate (Prof Aldo Pigoli)
Search for data & information, produce an analysis, make a presentation.
To enroll for the course, access the [registration page.](https://iscrizionionline.unicatt.it/s/eventsub?subId=a100600000Rh84r)
Registrations are open until July 12, 2021.
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