Meetings of Geopolitics

Being Germany


Thursday, 28 February 2019, 6 p.m.

Navy Officers Club
Via Cesario Console 3/bis, Naples 




The issue of Limes "Being Germany" is focused on the country that more than any other is able to shape the future of Europe and, in various aspects, of international relations. A European giant in a crucial phase of its history.

In the meeting of 28 February, these themes will be taken as a starting point to try to understand whether contemporary Germany is a country without a geopolitical strategy and whether it can really be identified as the great unfinished symphony of European geopolitics.




C.V. Andrea di Raimondo
President of the Circolo Ufficiali Marina Militare and Club Limes Napoli

Mariano Bruno
Secretary General of the Consular Corps and Consul of the Principality of Monaco

Salvatore Capasso
Director of the Institute of Studies on Mediterranean Societies of the National Research Council (CNR-ISSM)



Niklas Wagner
Head of the Political Bureau of the German Embassy in Rome

Elda Morlicchio
Rector of the University of Naples L'Orientale

Dario Fabbri
Journalist and Scientific Advisor of the magazine LIMES

Andrea D'Onofrio
Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Naples Federico II

Maria Carmen Morese
Director of the Goethe Institute Naples



Official Navy Club Naples
Naples Consular Corps
Naples Limes Club



University of Naples L'Orientale
University of Naples Federico II
University of Naples Parthenope


The event is open to the public until places are available and subject to registration by February 26 to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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