"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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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 Tehran 2020 are so great as to make them at least ...
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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 (Exclusive Economic Zone) by 400 km, thus reaching only 12 ...
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Green barracks and red balance sheets
The fluctuating 1% of GDP that Italy allocates to Defense must, as is known, compare with the 2% that other European countries allocate to their respective armed forces. It is therefore a reason to ...
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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. Imperial. He stated that the Syrians of Assad will pay ...
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Yankee chaos in Iraq? Or not?
The situation in Iraq a few days after the killing of Qassem Soleimani seems to be evolving in an unfavorable direction for the USA. In Iraq, popular reaction to an act (perceived ...
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Salvini: from the middle finger to the Gregoretti question. But are we sure that the real problem is not the Rousseau platform?
While the social media is photographing a girl who, traveling by air next to a sleeping Salvini, takes a selfie with her middle finger on display, arousing ...
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Trump, America, Erdogan, NATO and Europe. Has a long 70 flirt now come to an end?
The 4 April 1949, representatives of 12 countries including most of North America and Western Europe signed the foundation document of the so-called "...
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1989-2019: thirty years later, still walls
Thirty years ago the Berlin wall fell: among the symbols of the cold war, perhaps, the most famous. It had been built ...
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Readers speak: thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, what has happened and what has changed
Dear readers, to understand what happened in that 1989, a singular year in which, according to many, "History seems ...
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4 November 2019 and "Safe Roads"
The 4 November has always been an opportunity for civil society to give credit to the Armed Forces of ...
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Happy 4 November! Red Crosses and CMV not included ...
The news shows the 28 October 2019 date and, as usual, the circular was forwarded to the Commands of ...
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Demagogia e Bilanci (creative ...)
Once trembling for the return of the witches, now the fear has become more prosaic and diabolically more ...
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Greta's world: the historical ignorance of a professional alarmist
Please accompany Greta Thunberg to St. John of Newfoundland, Canada, and explain that when the Vikings of ...
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And if in the 2011 in Libya we had pulled out the p .. The story rewritten by Defense Online readers
Dear readers, beautiful things always end: like summer, so our "ucronica" column is coming to an end. Thanks...
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Panic in the military world
It is traditional to allow citizens, especially children, to board military vehicles on the occasion of ...
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Military ... the usual ordinary madness
The military world is the most complicated thing one can imagine; it is a scent that can already be seen in the difference ...
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Soldier you're serene
"Adopt all the necessary measures so that there are no inconveniences and the extent of facing up to ...
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8 September, Li Gobbi: "Dear Minister, the real resistance was not the communist one!"
On Sunday 8 September took place the annual ceremony to commemorate the valiant, but ineffective defense of Rome in ...
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The story rewritten by the readers of Difesa Online: the crisis of Sigonella (1985) and that of Bari (1991)
The end of the Cold War brings with it the advance of Arab-Islamic terrorism and the phenomenon of migration of ...
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