Afghanistan and its possible future
According to some American analysts, Afghanistan's National Security is now critical, because NATO, in the 2014, reduced its presence on the ground and did not allow the forces ...
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Military pensions: no to the multiplier for all the Reformed by the Appellate Section of the Court of Auditors. But…
We have given you an account in recent months (see article) of the evolution of the jurisprudence of the Regional Jurisdictional Sections of the Court of Auditors in terms of recognition of ...
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"In Syria there is a strong bond between the Alauti and the Christians", interview with Reem Salman
One of the most abused descriptions of Mass Media in relation to the Syrian Civil War is that of a sectarian conflict that opposes the "Sunni" majority ...
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Robots, exoskeletons and drones: how the 21st century war changes
We have repeatedly dealt with the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on these pages and how it has already begun to considerably influence our present ...
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Artificial Intelligence for battlefields and security
More and more often, almost every day, we learn that something new and innovative has been achieved in some particular sector by using that ...
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Syria: "Without the United States and its allies the war would have ended long ago", interview with Kevork Almassian
The Syrian Civil War is raging now from 8 years in the heaths of the Levant and has contributed to changing not just the perception of Middle Eastern crises and the relationship ...
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The head of SME, gen. Salvatore Farina, in the Balkans
The Chief of Staff of the Army, general of the corps Salvatore Farina, went in recent days on an official visit to the Republic of Serbia and ...
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Syria, end of a utopia
The Syro-Libyan crises have similarities that make them similar; they affect the same (unstable) theater, and both originate from the Arab Spring of the 2011. Beyond...
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Syria, Moscow's contribution to the conflict
The Russian intervention in Syria was characterized by a clear turnaround compared to the Union period ...
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Syria, the third world war in a country
The slogan of the so-called "Arab Spring" sounds ominously familiar in the Europe of the yellow Vests, of the Five ...
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German proposal for a European aircraft carrier
The idea, suggested by the new ruling party leader CDU (Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands) Annegret ...
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Interview with Vichi De Marchi: women in conflicts
"It's true, women suffer more from the conflict, often violence against women is part of the strategy of ...
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A great soldier and war hero died with the RAF which, with tuna in oil, became rich
Joseph Nissim died at one hundred years. Including two spent fighting Italy and seventy to contribute to the Boom first ...
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"Dynamic Front 19" tutorial completed
About 3.200 soldiers from 27 nations have been employed in the "Dynamic Front 19" Tutorial which has had ...
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The NSA presents Ghidra, a powerful tool for reverse engineering
If one day we had to find ourselves analyzing an alien technological artifact, to understand the principle of ...
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Libya: fleeing civilians and pissed-off rats
Air of war in Libya. The army of Haftar and the tripoline militias would be at the showdown. The road to Ras ...
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Mining in Venezuela at the center of illegal activities of ELN groups and FARC dissidents
In states bordering the south of Venezuela, it is chaos. Armed groups are helping to fuel a climate of ...
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Luke's Italian F-35 instructors participate in the "Red Flag"
The exercise "Red Flag 19-2" started yesterday at the Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), in Nevada (USA). For the ...
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Depleted uranium: deafening silence or endless din?
With obsessive cadence for many years the argument "depleted uranium in the Sardinian polygons" is proposed again. The theme is ...
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The Italian air forces and the fall of Colonel Gaddafi
When Italian politicians talk about the phenomenon of uncontrolled migratory flows coming from the coasts of Libya ...
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