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 virtual world and that of information, one of the six ...
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Zelensky's Ukraine and the Odessa ghosts
During two elections, the 31 in March and the 21 in April held respectively, among the 18 and 19 millions of Ukrainian voters elected by absolute majority ...
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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 negotiating tables in which Jerusalem is engaged. According to sources ...
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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, carried liberators for the most, and a new vision ...
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INSTEX, really an alternative for Iran?
After months of preparatory work, and preceded by an announcement dated 31 January 2019, the so-called "Trade Exchange Support Tool" (INSTEX) is finally ...
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Middle Eastern geostrategic equilibrium 40 years after the Iranian Revolution
Forty years ago, the 11 February 1979, to be precise, completed a process already started in the 1963 and grown as a tidal wave, the last soldiers ...
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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 geopolitical risk connected to the Balkan area has started to grow again ...
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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 parliament, which in turn will give life to what will become ...
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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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Tajikistan between peace and war
While the global attention is focused on the Middle East, the South China Sea and Venezuela, even Asia ...
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Algeria at the crossroads
The 2019 promises to be a very special year for the People's Democratic Algerian Republic. During the first ...
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Ukraine's economy at 5 years from Euromaidan
During a lesson of the macroeconomics course held at a prestigious university in northern Italy several years ...
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Can you whip a god?
The sea has always been important for human evolution, so much so as to make its image inseparable from that of a ...
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Afghanistan and its possible future
According to some American analysts, Afghanistan's National Security is now critical, because NATO, in the 2014, ...
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Syria, end of a utopia
The Syro-Libyan crises have similarities that make them similar; interest the same (unstable) theater, and ...
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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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The Russian economy five years after sanctions
As part of the regular annual assessment of the economies of developing countries, the international bank ...
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The Treaty of Aachen and the death of Europe
While the world awaits with bated breath is the accomplishment of an almost inevitable "Hard Brexit" is the so ...
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