Death at Christmas
A terrorist attack is always a shocking event for those who suffer it, but an attack of Islamist origin in a Christmas market in the city of Strasbourg, capital of the ...
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The word to the readers: Elisabetta Trenta, a minister who likes the little big world of Defense and FFAA
It never appears at the top of the approval rankings of ministers of the current 1 government, but probably the problem lies in the polls, not in the person. Let's talk about ...
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Goodbye George Herbert Walker Bush, no one like you in modern US history
When an American president dies, everyone is affectionate to say how great a man he was. George Herbert Walker Bush, on the other hand, was a great man of power. Without...
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Trident Juncture 18, the NATO Bastiani Fortress?
After a long and challenging LIVEX phase performed in Norway (25 Oct-23 Nov 2018) and involving about 50.000 military of all NATO countries, 250 airplanes and 65 military ships, it is ...
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The word to readers: the past and future policies of Trump
Almost two weeks ago, the writer asked readers to comment on President Donald Trump's foreign, commercial and defense policy: How do you judge these first ...
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Christopher Columbus and the American lesson
It happened again last week, as the last episode of a long and worrying series of initiatives undertaken in recent years to change the historical memory of the ...
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Colin Powell and the "Consequences of love"
In a world of information made of often negligible news, but which follow one another at the speed of light, it would be worth every now and again to return to stories of the immediate ...
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The conference on Libya in Palermo: the word to readers and conclusions not politically correct
The 30 July, visiting the White House, the President of the Council Giuseppe Conte announced: "we are organizing the conference on Libya with President Trump". Well, to ...
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Some subdued proposal for the Defense that will come
In this historical juncture it does not seem that Defense is a priority in our country. It is true that we speak ...
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4 November 1918: the forgotten Victory of the Italians
100 years have passed since the Armistice of Villa Giusti that put an end to the conflict with the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The...
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The word to readers: memories of the Great War and beyond, on the anniversary of Victory
Of these houses there is nothing left but a few fragments of the wall.
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A slightly different way to commemorate the centenary of the 1918: the memories of compulsory leverage!
To associate the memories of the barracks with the activities that we carried out during the leverage period, perhaps as conductors in a ...
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Letter (scandalously) patriotic to the President Count
Honorable President of the Council, Dear prof. Count, you often remember being a believer. The writer will quote you ...
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The word to readers: the European Union
Also this week we received many interesting comments on the state and the limits of the European Union, the ...
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Al Qaeda is still a real danger. A scenario to prove it ...
"Five years after its implementation, the European terrorism agreement is bearing fruit: the exchange ...
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The word to readers: the future scenarios of Russia. Next week: the European Union!
Good Sunday everyone! Just over a week ago we had asked readers to write, if they wanted ...
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The word to the readers. L'Italexit: opportunities for growth or coup de grace? Next theme: Russia!
The Plan B (to the Euro) of the reader. After the writer in the past has indulged in analyzing the famous Plan B ...
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Hunting like on the Mekong
What we read about the Republic about the hunters and the calibers used for hunting is certainly not new, but ...
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The word to 4 readers: Italy a former regional power? (next week: "Italexit")
Last weekend for the first time we invited readers to "tell their own" on a specific theme of Geopolitica1: ...
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Geopolitics: the word to the readers!
From this week Difesa Online offers readers the chance to have their say on issues of Geopolitics and Politics ...
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