NATO, 20 years in Kosovo with the KFOR mission
There was also Bill Clinton in Pristina, capital of Kosovo, along with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and then NATO commander Wesley Clark, last 12 June, ...
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"Illegitimate" executions in Colombia
Nicasio Martínez Espinel, commander of the Colombian army has been in the last days at the center of a New York Times inquiry that orders would have been issued ...
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Iran: signs of war from the Gulf
In the two and a half years of the Trump administration, there have been no significant military interventions in geopolitical areas such as North Korea, Libya, Yemen or ...
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And multi-bus multi
Romantically speaking, our continent may also be old, but it certainly does not have the stability gene in its DNA. Formed by political, cultural and ...
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Jordan's future hangs in the balance
A country that regularly ends up in the spotlight whenever the Middle East is shrouded by the reverberations of instability is the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Since its ...
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Foreign forces advance in a ruined Germany. It is the state of the German banking system today
A dossier runs on the tables of the chancelleries and of the editorial offices of the financial newspapers of the entire West - and not only - and is classified, because only to talk about it are ...
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Turkey: Dollars and Sultans
We speak of Turkey, certainly, but we ask you for an act of lay faith, to associate Giambattista Vico, his courses and historical appeals, his ages of the gods, of the heroes, of the ...
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The first "little steps" of Germany towards rearmament
The 5 February of the 2019, the German economy minister, Peter Altmeier, presented what, in the name and in the prospects, should become the "Industrial Strategy ...
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Russian-Ukrainian crisis: there are not only the 46 killed in Odessa
In giving my placet, as responsible for Geopolitics, to the nice article (see) of our analyst Andrea Gaspardo, I ...
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China's race towards space weapons
As all strategists have known for years, space today constitutes, together with the land, the sea, the sky, the ...
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Zelensky's Ukraine and the Odessa ghosts
During two elections, the 31 of March and the 21 of April respectively took place, between 18 and 19 ...
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Israel and the prospects for a nuclear power plant
For over 25 years plans for the construction of the first nuclear power plant in Israel lie on the various tables of the ...
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70 years ... and prove them all
Like any war, even the Second World War has left its legacy; the new order, shaped by the winners ...
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INSTEX, really an alternative for Iran?
After a preparatory work that lasted months, and preceded by an announcement dated 31 January 2019, the so-called "Instrument of ...
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Middle Eastern geostrategic equilibrium 40 years after the Iranian Revolution
Forty years ago, 11 February 1979 to be precise, following a process that had already begun in 1963 and ...
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The unacceptable risk of establishing a Kosovar army
Although public opinion as a whole tends to ignore it, in recent years the connected geopolitical risk ...
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The (judicial) pains of the "young Bibi"
The 9 April 2019, millions of Israeli citizens will queue up in front of the polls to elect the new ...
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Haftar is advancing in Libya, but Italy is retreating. The disastrous falling in love with Qatar
It's Friday 5 April, in the morning. The slow but inexorable march 1 of the Libyan National Army, led by gen ...
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Kazakhstan between past and future
This year's 19 March marked a key date in the history of the very young state of Kazakhstan. With a...
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End of games in Algeria?
In the course of a previous analysis drafted not so long ago, we had already touched on the delicate issue concerning ...
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