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  • 8th WCSA CONFERENCE PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

    TURBULENT CONVERGENCE Rome, EUROPARLIAMENT,

    November 13th-16th 2018

    Andrea Pitasi

  • ONE WORLD…

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

    … MANY

    INTERCONNECTED WORLDS

    The whole is greater and much more complex than the sum of its parts. That is why a systemic and holistic vision is strategic.

  • THE UN WORLD TODAY

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

    Society Islands (Fr.)

    Austral Islands (Tubuai Islands) (Fr.)

    Gambier Islands (Fr.)

    Marquesas Islands (Fr.)

    French Polynesia (Fr.)

    St. Martin (Fr. & Neth.)

    Martinique (Fr.) Bonaire

    CuraçaoAruba

    St. Eustatius (Neth.) Saba (Neth.)

    French Guiana (Fr.)

    St. Pierre and Miquelon

    (Fr.)

    Puerto Rico (U.S.A.)

    Jammu and Kashmir **

    Northern Mariana Islands (U.S.A.)

    Guadeloupe (Fr.)

    Hawaiian Islands (U.S.A.)

    Alaska (U.S.A.)

    Réunion (Fr.)

    Christmas Island (Austr.)

    Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Austr.)

    Wallis and Futuna Islands (Fr.)

    Greenland (Denmark)

    NIUECOOK ISLANDS

    Bermuda (U.K.)

    Turks and Caicos Islands (U.K.) Cayman Islands (U.K.) British Virgin Islands (U.K.)

    Anguilla (U.K.)

    Montserrat (U.K.) U.S. Virgin Islands (U.S.A.)

    Guam (U.S.A.)

    Western Sahara

    Gibraltar (U.K.)

    Pitcairn (U.K.)

    American Samoa (U.S.A.)

    Tokelau (N.Z.)

    New Caledonia (Fr.)

    St. Helena (U.K.)

    Ascension (U.K.)

    Tristan da Cunha (U.K.)

    Gough (U.K.)

    South Georgia (U.K.)

    South Sandwich

    Islands (U.K.)

    MONACO

    ESTONIA LATVIA

    LITHUANIA

    MAURITIUS

    KIRIBATI

    BELARUS

    DJIBOUTI

    CENTRAL AFRICAN REP.

    EGYPT

    SUDAN

    SOUTH SUDAN*** ETHIOPIA

    KENYA

    COMOROS

    LIBERIA CÔTE D'IVOIRE EQUATORIAL GUINEA

    GABON DEMOCRATIC REBUBLIC OF THE CONGOANGOLA

    RWANDA BURUNDI

    ZAMBIA ANGOLA

    NAMIBIA

    ZIMBABWE

    BOTSWANA

    SOUTH AFRICA

    ESWATINI

    SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE

    SENEGAL

    GUINEA

    BURKINA FASO

    NIGERIA

    MALI

    ALGERIA

    NIGER CHAD

    SPAINPORTUGAL

    POLAND

    GAMBIA GUINEA-BISSAU

    SIERRA LEONE

    CABO VERDE

    ST. KITTS AND NEVIS ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

    DOMINICA

    BARBADOS ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINESGRENADA

    TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

    BRAZIL

    URUGUAY

    COLOMBIA

    VENEZUELA

    BOLIVIA

    CANADA

    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    MEXICO

    BELIZE HONDURAS

    GUATEMALA EL SALVADOR

    NICARAGUA COSTA RICA

    PANAMA

    CUBA

    HAITI

    JAMAICA

    BAHAMAS

    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

    RUSSIAN FEDERATION

    KAZAKHSTAN MONGOLIA

    CHINA

    SAUDI ARABIA

    INDIA

    PHILIPPINES

    MALAYSIA

    INDONESIA TIMOR-LESTE

    PAPUA NEW GUINEA

    AUSTRALIA

    NEW ZEALAND

    CHILE

    ARGENTINA

    ECUADOR

    CZECH REP. SLOVAKIA UKRAINE

    REP. OF MOLDOVAHUNGARY ROMANIA

    ITALY BULGARIA

    GREECE

    TURKEY ARMENIA

    KYRGYZSTAN

    TAJIKISTAN

    ISLAMIC REP.OF IRANIRAQ

    JORDAN KUWAIT

    BAHRAIN

    UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

    CYPRUS LEBANON

    ISRAEL MALTA

    QATAR

    LIBYA

    LESOTHO

    SYRIAN ARAB REP.

    BANGLADESH

    CAMBODIA

    VIET NAM

    REPUBLIC OF KOREA

    DEM. PEOPLE'S REP. OF KOREA

    BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

    SINGAPORE

    PALAU

    VANUATU FIJI

    TONGA

    NAURU TUVALU

    SAMOA SOLOMON ISLANDS

    FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA

    MARSHALL ISLANDS

    SRI LANKA

    MALDIVES

    12 34

    5

    ANDORRA 6 GEORGIA

    FINLAND SWEDENICELAND

    JAPAN

    MADAGASCAR

    SEYCHELLESUNITED REP. OF TANZANIA

    MOZAMBIQUE

    MALAWI

    PARAGUAY

    SURINAME

    GUYANA

    TUNISIA MOROCCO

    PERU

    MAURITANIA

    GHANA

    TOGO

    BENIN

    CAMEROON

    CONGO UGANDA

    SAN MARINO

    HOLY SEE

    AUSTRIA LUXEMBOURG

    ALBANIA

    SWITZERLAND LIECHTENSTEIN

    BELGIUM

    NETHERLANDS GERMANY

    DENMARK

    FRANCE

    UNITED KINGDOM

    IRELAND

    NORWAY

    SOMALIA

    ERITREA YEMEN

    OMAN

    AFGHANISTAN

    PAKISTAN

    UZBEKISTAN

    AZERBAIJAN TURKMENISTAN

    NEPAL BHUTAN

    MYANMAR

    LAO PEOPLE'S DEM. REP.

    THAILAND

    a

    R.F.

    ST. LUCIA

    Atlantic Ocean

    Pacific Ocean

    Indian Ocean

    a) STATE OF PALESTINE

    1 BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 2 CROATIA 3 SERBIA 4 MONTENEGRO 5 SLOVENIA 6 THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA

    Falkland Islands (Malvinas) (U.K.)*

    a

    The designations employed and the presentation of material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion

    whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country,territory,

    city or any area or of its authorit ies, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

    *A dispute exists between the Governments of Argentina and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern

    Ireland concerning sovereignty over the Falkland Islands (Malvinas).

    ** Dotted l ine represents approximately the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir agreed upon by India and

    Pakistan. The final status of Jammu and Kashmir has not yet been agreed upon by the parties.

    *** Final boundary between the Republic of Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan has not yet been determined.

    Observer Non-Member States of the United Nations

    Non-Self-Governing Territories

    Non-Member States of the United Nations

    Member States of the United Nations

    The initials in parentheses refer to the administering power or the power involved in a special treaty relationship

    THE WORLD TODAY

    Department of Field Support

    Geospatial Information Section (formerly Cartographic Section)

    Map No. 4136 Rev. 12.1 UNITED NATIONS

    July 2018

  • THE UN WORLD TODAY

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

    The UNITED NATIONS (UN)

    u Headquarters in New York, US u Offices in Geneva, Nairobi and

    Vienna u 193 Member Countries / 196

    Countries in the world

  • THE WHO WORLD

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

  • THE WHO WORLD

    The World Health Organization (WHO)

    u Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland u  6 WHO regions u 149 field offices in countries/territories/areas u  Countries without a WHO office: covered by

    nearby field offices or by the appropriate regional office

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

  • THE ILO WORLD

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

  • THE ILO WORLD

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

    The INTERNATIONAL LABOR

    ORGANIZATION (ILO)

    u Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland

    u 187 Member Countries / 196 Countries in

    the world

    u Divided into 5 regions: Africa, Americas,

    Arab States, Asia and the Pacific, Europe

    and Central Asia

  • THE WTO WORLD

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

  • THE WTO WORLD

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

    The WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION

    (WTO)

    u Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland

    u 164 Member Countries / 196 Countries

    in the world

    u 23 Observers

  • THE OECD WORLD

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

  • THE OECD WORLD

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

    The ORGANIZAZION FOR ECONOMIC AND COOPERATION DEVELOPMENT(OECD)

    u Headquarters in Paris, France u 36 Member Countries u Global Relations reach non-Members u Key partners: Brazil, India, Indonesia, China and South Africa

    u Regional Initiatives: Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia; Asia; Latin America; the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

  • THE EMERGING GLOBAL PLAYER SCENARIO (EGPS)

    Is shaped as Conway's Game of Life

    (Dennett, 2004)

    u  With few GP interconnected u  By a relatively small amount of links (L) u  Where each GP is free to empower and

    evolve some links and weakening others u  But is predetermined in the whole amount of

    potential link (P) u  Where L=(f)P

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

  • CONWAY’S GAME OF LIFE

    WCSA 8TH CONFERENCE, EP, ROME - PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

  • THE EGPS AS A COMPLEX SYSTEM

    The Emerging Global Player Scenario-EGPS AS A UNITAS MULTIPLEX OF

    u  Global cosmopolitanism u  Science intensive, knowledge-based policy

    modeling, and procedural decision making

    u  Entrepreneurial self-constructing, wide horizon spirit

    u  Social