Women in arms: Caterina Sforza, a (forgotten) giant in the history of Italy
Unjustly not valued by the publicist, Caterina is perhaps the most important female figure in Italian (and European) history in the second half of the fifteenth centuryNNUMX, but ...
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Masako: the diplomatic empress
From May 1, Japan has a new empress consort, Masako, married by the 1992 with Crown Prince Naruhito, ascended to the Throne of Chrysanthemum following abdication ...
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Catherine the Queen of the State
13 April 1519, in a Florence firmly in the hands of the Medici family, Caterina was born, daughter of Lorenzo de 'Medici Duke of Urbino (and nephew of Pope Leo X) and of ...
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Few women in Israeli leadership?
In the last legislature, the Israeli parliament (Knesset) reached the record of the presence of women: less than 25% (29 on 120). In the international chessboard, Israel ...
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Will the UN admit their persecutor to the women's rights committee?
The UN's formalization by the UN of 13 last March that the Iranian Islamic Republic will acquire a seat on the women's rights committee.
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Terrorism and the short-sightedness of the West (including Italy!). Defense Online interview Souad Sbai
"The West and the entire international community should take an example from the moderate Arab world, which recognizes itself in the Arabia Quartet ...
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Geospatial intelligence women
In times past women like Marie Curie, Grace Hopper contributed to becoming authors and at the same time a source of inspiration for different discoveries both in the field of ...
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Barbie Cristoforetti
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the birth of the evergreen game for girls Barbie, the Mattel (through a series of dolls in unique specimen, inspired by heroines of ...
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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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"Lei in Difesa": the column dedicated to the female world of Defense and Security is born
Dear readers and dear readers, you have the polemics on the titles of the institutional positions conjugated to ...
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