The re-election of Xi Jinping and his "Chinese dream"
The 18 last March, at the end of the 1 session of the 13 ° National People's Congress (CNP), Xi Jinping was reconfirmed in the office of President of the People's Republic ...
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Italy: the unsustainable lack of national identity
Italy and Niger. Despite the geographical distance that runs, the geopolitical events of the two countries continue to intertwine as threads of the same plot of the same canvas ...
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Sahel: sand, religions and money
The attack carried out a few days ago in Burkina Faso, despite the geographical distances that exist with Italy, is of significant importance also for the Bel Paese ...
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China: strategic vision of an (almost) superpower
If the current one is not yet the Chinese century as some claim, little is missing. Just take a look at the map to get a clear idea of ​​the posture that ...
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Afrin, the fault line of the Syrian conflict
The war activities that have interested (and are still inflaming) the MO seem to have two characteristics that unite them: denominations that recall scenarios ...
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Turkey: neo-Ottomanism and guilty Western weaknesses
From a regional geopolitical point of view, the Mediterranean returns to being the center of attention, despite not all the executives of the countries that insist on its ...
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Germany: the prospects of the German Defense after the Grosse Koalition
It seems that in the last twenty-four hours a stalemate was avoided that could prove to be among the most destructive in German history in the last twenty years. Following long and ...
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Tunisia, the other North Africa in which Italy will be involved
Trying to delineate an analysis of the last Tunisian events cannot ignore either from an evaluation of the regional geopolitical context since the beginning of the Arab Spring, ...
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Niger: the trap
Africa returns once again to the attention of Italian politics; whether it is a welcome return or not will be the ...
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Iran: crisis of the revolution?
The chronicle of events in Iran over the last few days is, in fact, very sparse, given also the ...
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Jerusalem: Kingdom of heaven?
The Middle Eastern quarrel has experienced its negative akmè coinciding with the end of the year and, above all, with ...
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Operation "Red Desert": with the French in Niger against terrorism and smuggling of migrants
The official announcement, after the denials in May, arrived in Paris on December 13 2017 during the G5 summit ...
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Defense Brexit: who will replace Britain?
We have reached the end of the 2017 and it seems that, finally, the negotiations for Brexit are proceeding swiftly and that ...
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Trump, Salamé and the reunification trials of Libya
The long deadlock of Libya will be resolved, according to the UN Security Council, with a new ...
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North Korea has entered the club of nuclear powers
The race of North Korea towards the consolidation of its nuclear capacity and systems to bring it on ...
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Is the era of American primacy ended?
Defining US foreign policy leads to having to consider basic concepts from which to extend an attempt to ...
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The strange case of the "prisoner" Hariri and the division of Lebanon
In his first public release in front of the Future TV cameras, Saad Hariri, debilitated and almost in tears, has ...
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The (nuclear) war at the gates of Asia
US-North Korea's declarations of war between these weeks actually mask behind the ...
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Iraq towards a new centralism
60 are the deceased peshmerga and about 150 those injured, in the military confrontation that led Baghdad, the 15 October ...
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Japan: Chrysanthemum and the (new) sword
Probably the 2 September 1945 no one could ever imagine what the evolution could have been ...
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