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Peace and Security

UPF-Italy Discusses Summit 2022 and Leadership Conference

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Rome, Italy—At the fifth Italian Peace Forum, an intelligence and security advisor gave his impressions of the Summit 2022 and Leadership Conference held in Korea.

Professor Michele Pavan, a lecturer and the scientific coordinator at the LUM School of Management in Milan, was the invited speaker at the UPF Italian Peace Forum, an online event that was held on October 28, 2022.

He gave an extensive report based on his attendance at the World Summit that UPF held in Seoul, South Korea, from August 11 to 15.

Professor Pavan’s talk

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