"32 days in Afghanistan" - chap. 5: Mazar i-sharif and Balkh
(April 2012) I have to get to the Buddha valley, Bamiyan's. The two roads that connect it to Kabul are made difficult by armed bands that "filter" (read "...
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The third world war was about to break out in the 1983
The Soviet Union and NATO were on the verge of nuclear war after the latter carried out an important military exercise in Central Europe in the 1983. And how much...
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"32 days in Afghanistan" - chapter 4: The mine museum
It begins again. The normal life in Kabul resumes and I can find (not a sign, not an indication) the mine museum, a place that only a country like Afghanistan ...
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What is the difference between the Navy Seal and the Delta Force?
We at Defense Online like to give our readers all the tools they can to better understand the fascinating and mysterious military world, full of secrets for ...
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"32 days in Afghanistan" - chapter 3: The day after
(16 April 2012) A few hours after a sudden acoustic escalation of gunshots and explosions that woke up Kabul - after which silence ... - the city ...
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Who is hiding behind the Boko Haram?
If the leader of Boko Haram is a fool (and there is little doubt about that), how he would have been able to plan the kidnapping of 276 Christian female students and how could he ...
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"32 days in Afghanistan" - chapter 2: Taliban attack
In the video, the chronicle of an attack carried out on Kabul and on six other targets simultaneously on April 15, 2012. A team of Taliban in civilian clothes uses the latest ...
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The asymmetric war: economic, tested and effective
The concept of asymmetric warfare, which has long since made its way into the common lexicon, can be explained as follows: if in a conventional war scenario, they would collide ...
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Dialogue on assistance to patients with Xenophon
Sometimes it is thought that only today human civilization has succeeded in creating institutions aimed at protecting the most ...
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"32 days in Afghanistan" - chapter 1: First days in Kabul
The film condenses into seven episodes the "singular" experience of a reporter who has decided to go and see the ...
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The perspectives of Italian international missions
"Italy is ready to side with international forces, even if a front should open in ...
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The inefficiency of F35's stealth technology
In February 2013, the Pentagon spread the news that China had intercepted the F-35 telemetry, but already in ...
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Drones: a double-edged sword?
In recent years, Americans have put a lot of trust in drones, believed to be able to eliminate threats ...
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Considerations on the command between doctrine and history
In the military environment one often wonders about the characteristics that must be the primary baggage of every good ...
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Basic course on demodoxalogy: 10 lesson - final examples
The tenth closing lesson of the demodoxalogy-osint course is all about giving some historical and practical insights ...
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The "end of the world" bomb revised and corrected?
The military opposition between NATO and the Russian Federation, on the occasion of the events in Ukraine, has brought ...
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Demodoxalogy course: 9 lesson - the terrorists
The ninth lesson talks about the terrorist mentality and its ability to create drone avoidance systems ...
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EBOLA: haemorrhagic fever could threaten Italy
The government of Mali yesterday reported that it had recorded "three suspected cases" of hemorrhagic fever ...
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At the bottom of the sea the armor of the future soldier
To protect American troops on the battlefield, scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (...
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US investments for high-altitude surveillance
The Air Force will spend 1,9 billion dollars over the next ten years to upgrade its Global Hawk drones that ...
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