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About Raffaele Marchetti

Raffaele Marchetti is senior assistant professor (national qualification as associate professor) in International Relations at the Department of Political Science and the School of Government of LUISS. His research interest concerns global politics and governance, hybrid and city diplomacy, transnational civil society, (cyber-)security and political risk, and democracy. He acts as external expert for the European Commission and other public/private institutions on issues of global governance, public policies, civil society, and security. He is editorialist for Il Messaggero.

Articles by Raffaele Marchetti

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

¿Fin del ciclo hegemónico americano?

La presidencia de Trump podría acabar teniendo efectos polarizantes a nivel nacional, pero efectos despolarizantes a nivel internacional. English

End of the American hegemonic cycle

We might end up with a Trump presidency that has polarizing effects domestically and depolarizing effects internationally. Espanol.

What to do with the United Nations?

The United Nations is at a pivotal moment in its sixty-year history. Can it become an instrument of democratic global governance? Daniele Archibugi & Raffaele Marchetti draw on the various proposals for UN reform to suggest a new way ahead based on transparency and legality backed by political action.

Migration needs global regulation

People Flow proposes a regulatory system that is nationalist and discriminatory. Instead we need a global system of regulation based on the principles of free movement and universal justice.
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