Italy takes the leadership of the G7 at a critical moment in world geopolitics

Italy will take over from today G7 Presidency, when the wars in Gaza and Ukraine and the crisis in the Taiwan Strait, together with major challenges such as terrorism, pandemics or artificial intelligence (AI), question the international order established after the end of the Cold War.

In this critical moment in global geopolitics Japan transfers leadership to the seven richest countries in the world to an Italy that must reach a very complex consensus, extended to the G20, essential to address new threats.

For the Italian minister, the task seems gigantic, if not impossible the right-wing extremist Giorgia Meloni, which, however, has been thoroughly prepared to present the best of Italy in the largest international showcase.

A crucial moment

The powder keg in the Middle East, the war in Ukraine, relations with the “global south”, Africa and migration, as well as the connection between artificial intelligence (AI) and democracy will be topics of the summit of world leaders from the 13th until June 15th in the Puglia region (South), a carefully selected setting.

“It symbolizes the embrace between East and West and is also the best way to overcome the narrative of the West on the one hand and the rest of the world on the other,” Meloni explained.

The summit will come after a series of events that have confirmed over the last year that the world is no longer stable: the Ukraine war, the Taiwan Strait crisis, the Nagorno-Karabakh war and the aggression of Hamas and the reaction of Israel.

Meloni’s leadership

But after just over a year in power, the Italian prime minister is a established political figure and we will not miss the G7 summit’s opportunity to show the world this new face of the Italian leadership.

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