Simone Cristicchi - Jan Bernas: Warehouse18
Simone Cristicchi - Jan Bernas Ed. Mondadori, Segrate (MI) 2014 pages 158 After the armistice, announced on September 8 ...
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A new European naval mission to stop arms trafficking to Libya
The EU Member States have found a meeting point for a new naval mission in the southern Mediterranean. So, in the meeting of the heads of state and government of ...
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Why is there no universal antivirus?
Since computer viruses exist, there have also been antivirus programs. This is an obvious reality. But why aren't antivirus products effective against all viruses? ...
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"Thats enough!"
"Thats enough!". Perhaps because this exclamation recalls the image of a parent exasperated by the conduct of a child impatient with good manners, it is not a formula that ...
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Refusal and revocation of the firearms license: how to orient oneself and how to protect oneself (based on jurisprudence)
As is known, the release and conservation of the ownership of the firearms license are subject to multiple, rigorous investigations, which take into consideration, among other things, the ...
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Red Alert: the European project to fight terrorism on the net
The war on terrorism is increasingly complex. The amount of information available on the network, with billions of devices connected, is a world that Security and Intelligence ...
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Italy: hit and sunk
On what is happening lately Emile Zola would have tackled another J'accuse; here we do not intend to accuse, since the actions committed are alone more than enough to ...
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What you need to know about cyberspace to live well: "the cyber accident"
It often happens that friends or simple acquaintances ask me questions about the cyber world. Often these are questions aimed at clarifying some particular aspect ...
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Ustica vs Tehran: between Italy and Iran, the cleanest has mange
Readers teach us that the differences between the two eras, the scenarios and the technologies available between Ustica 1980 and ...
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Foibe: Kill the Italians!
It seems absurd, but an entire generation of Italians has remained in the dark about the crimes perpetrated by the Titian partisans ...
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The untold story of the cyber attack on the 2018 Olympics
On January 1863, XNUMX Pierre De Coubertin was born, the man to whom we must say thank you for having reintroduced the Olympics ...
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STEALTH technology
The need to hide from the eyes of the enemy has been a major military factor since ancient times ....
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Algeria has been violating our waters for two years, in response the Conte government has written letters to the UN
On March 21, 2018, Algeria, by decree of the President of the Republic, unilaterally extended its EEZ (Zone ...
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Green barracks and red balance sheets
The fluctuating 1% of GDP that Italy allocates to Defense must, as is well known, compare with the 2% that other European countries ...
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A normal "imperial" day with Erdogan. From fear ...
The first Monday of February of this 2020 for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was like many other days ...
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Libya scandal: the Italian military used as human shields?
Italian citizens are still financing - unsuspecting - an unnecessary "peace" mission in a "war" theater that ...
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The Privacy Guarantor fines Eni Gas e Luce (Egl) for 11,5 million euros
The press release of a few days ago with which the Guarantor for the protection of ...
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China is (too) close. What the government says and (above all) does not say
Dr. Giuseppe Conte, thank you for closing the airspace to flights from China. Too bad that most ...
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Mission Command: a crucial aspect of the Art of Command
On 23 January, the Army Study Center held a round table on the topic of Mission Command. The event has ...
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West Point Army Cyber ​​Institute
Who hasn't heard, at least once, of the famous American military institute in West Point? If nothing else ...
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