Conferenza internazionale: Ten Years of Hopes for a New Europe: Moscow and Brussels from 1985 to 1994 (26/27 gennaio 2023)

Segnalazione libro “General Average and Risk Management in Medieval and Early Modern Maritime Business”
10 Gennaio 2023

Giovedì 26 e venerdì 27 gennaio, presso il Centro Congressi Le Benedettine, avrà luogo il convegno internazionale dal titolo “Ten Years of Hopes for a New Europe Moscow and Brussels from 1985 to 1994”.

L’iniziativa è interamente finanziata dall’Università di Pisa grazie ai fondi del Progetto di Ricerca di Ateneo (PRA)-2020-71 “Ten years of hopes for a new Europe: Moscow and Brussels from 1985 to 1994” (2022/2022).

Partecipa all’evento online

Programma

Giovedì 26 gennaio

9.00
Institutional greetings
Giovanni Federico Gronchi (Pro-Rector for Cooperation and International Relations of the University of Pisa)
Carmelo Calabrò (Director of the Department of Political Science of the University of Pisa)

9.15
Introduction to the conference

9.30
Political-Diplomatic Relations: a viewpoint from the East
Chair: Simone Paoli (Università di Pisa)

Elena Dundovich (Università di Pisa), “Continuities and Discontinuities in the Kremlin’s Policy towards the European Community/European Union
Stella Ghervas (Newcastle University), “Conquering Peace? Gorbachev’s Plan for Europe (1985-1991)
Andrea Borelli (Università della Calabria), “The Russian Anxiety towards Europe: Gorbachev and the European project
Cristina Carpinelli (Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali CeSPI), “The Common European Home as part of Gorbachev’s New Thinking in foreign policy and its relevance to represent a new diplomatic architecture for Europe”

11.30
Coffee Break

12.00
Political-Diplomatic Relations: a viewpoint from the West
Chair: Claudia Cinelli (Università di Pisa)

Angela Romano (Università di Bologna), “Relations between the EEC and the USSR in the Gorbachev era (1985-1991): the European point of view”
Paolo Wulzer (Università di Napoli L’Orientale), “Anglo-American Relations and the Soviet Union: a path of convergence or divergence? (1985-1991)

13.00
Lunch

14.30
Political- Ideological Relations: a viewpoint from Europe
Chair: Wolfram Kaiser (European Parliament History Service)

Sergiu-Nicolae Vintila (European Parliament History Service), “The European Parliament, Perestroika and the Collapse of the Soviet Union, 1985-1991”
Ferdinando Maieron (Scuola Normale Superiore), “From disarmament to pan- European projects, Gorbachev in the perspective of European Left (1985-1992)”

15.30
Economic Relations
Chair: Giovanna Pizzanelli (Università di Pisa)

Maria Turchetto (Università di Venezia), “The debate on the social nature of the USSR in the 1980s
Antonio Magliulo (Università di Firenze), “A ‘Common European Home’: The historical significance of a failed attempt
Tatiana Zonova (Moscow State Institute of International Relations), “The pendulum of stereotypes: institutional aspect of interaction between the USSR/EС and Russia/EU
Roberto Romani (Università di Teramo), “A matter of urgency: politics and time in the economics of Russian transition, 1990-2000

18.00
Fine

Venerdì 27 gennaio

09.00
Technological and Military Relations
Chair: Rok Zupančič (Univerza v Ljubljani)

Jolyon Howorth (University of Bath), “From Euromissiles to CSDP: the EU’s strategic relations with Russia and the US from Brezhnev and Reagan to Putin and Bush
Olga Dubrovina (Università di Padova), “Soviet (Russian) – European relations in space from Perestroika to transition period”
Sara Testaferri (Universität Freiburg/Université de Fribourg), “Not only the European Community: WEU, European security and the Eastern bloc”

10.30
Coffee Break

11.00
The Italian case
Chair: Marinella Neri Gualdesi (Università di Pisa)

Simone Selva (Università di Napoli L’Orientale), “Italy’s foreign energy policy amidst the United States, Europe and the USSR: Italian-Soviet relationships from cooperation in the 1970s through the end of the Cold War”
Pietro Domenico Giovannoni (Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose “Santa Caterina da Siena”), “Perestroika and Italian Catholic World”
Alexander Höbel (Università di Napoli Federico II), “The Gorbachev”
Luca Michelini (Università di Pisa), “Italian economists, the Soviet Union and the birth of Nationalism”

13.00
Final greetingsInfo e Contatti:
Simone Paoli simone.paoli@unipi.it