Readers read: the great generals (and admirals) between the end of the nineteenth century and the collapse of the Berlin Wall
The period left to the analysis of readers is, apart from a thirty years of colonial age, what historians call "the short century", that is the years between the beginning of the ...
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Conscientious or outlawed objectors?
With the Sea Watch 3 case, the dilemma of whether to exercise conscientious objection or simply mock the law was re-proposed, albeit with a pharisaic and partisan spirit. IS...
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Does Defense Need Help? The Government (in threesome with the PD), meanwhile, thinks of the sex shops ...
That's what growth they were talking about! And to think that we, so candid, had thought about economic development: instead, the yellow-green majority (in a threesome enjoyable with the PD, ...
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Depleted Uranium: flag of the Movement lowered by its own ministers?
Reading the "Report on the state of health of Italian military and civilian personnel" presented to Parliament on 10 May by Ministers Trenta and Grillo involves ...
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Salvini brings a message from Uncle Sam. For Mattarella, not for Di Maio
Repubblica claims that the Trump administration, through the mouth of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, asked Matteo Salvini to complete the implementation of the “whatever it ...
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Readers speak about the challenges for the defense world: we need to intervene before it is too late
My countryman, great historian and journalist Giovanni Spadolini became Minister of Defense - where today we have Elisabetta Trenta - in the 1983 at the age of 57 years, managing the ...
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Power wears ... those who have it, in Italy
I read the nice article by Gino Lanzara on Giulio Andreotti (read) and a series of thoughts came to mind that I am going to tell you about here, hoping not to bore you and ...
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The thought of Dante on Politics, Armed Forces, Judiciary and Church in Italy
A Head of State praising the Navy emphasizing the presumed prestige that would come to Italy for the methodical and active role played, in the context of the plague of ...
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The coveted wear of power
Let's start with an assumption: talking about politics is not the same as talking about holiness; these are incompatible concepts ...
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The 2 June: Homeland and Armed Forces
Now that the June 2 parade is a thing of the past, let's try to make two reflections with firm bowls. 2 June is not ...
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2 June 2019, Republic Day: "all inclusive" parade
This Sunday morning I got up early to attend the Military Parade for the celebrations of the 73 years ...
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Republic Day, collaborators and collaborators
To the cries of pain that have recently risen from the military world, the political leaders have reacted with a ...
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Readers' words about Minister Trenta: criticism is pouring in from all sides (praise only from grillini)
The prudent reader understands that the publication of this article took place after the election date ...
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"Things not to believe" ... but unfortunately they are not hoaxes!
In the throes of growing irritation, I hoped it was a buffalo, but as the hours passed I had to ...
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The greatest battles in history according to the readers of Defense Online
There are many great battles that have marked history, but only very few have really determined destiny ...
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Readers say: NATO's future between real and alleged threats. With the US distracted ...
NATO has a future and - if so - which, at a time when US geostrategic interests are mainly ...
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"Lost opportunity. Too bad!"
Pulled by the jacket, the Minister of Defense Trenta finally intervened on the matter of the 25 in April ...
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Mephitic air
In some Roman environments the air of these months must have become really unbearable. Probably those who hoped in ...
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Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Capo Teulada
Reached by a belated judicial communication exhuming past violations of the area of ​​the Polygon of Capo Teulada ...
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25 April: free from what?
The Italy of 25 April has changed. By talking about this event it is easy to slip on indifference, or to say ...
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