Coronavirus: the South Korean strategy
Since the explosion of the Coronavirus emergency, South Korea has gradually presented itself on the international stage as a winning model for the fight against the pandemic ...
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Europe's suicide?
The current pandemic, accompanied by an infodemic1 that contributes to increasing fear or attributing the blame for its spread, has provoked a series of reactions everywhere ...
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European Union and Hungary: when the ox says horned to the donkey
During the Republican period in Ancient Rome, in times of military rather than economic crisis, or to quell a revolt, one of the consuls (in agreement with the other and ...
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The coronavirus does not stop the war in Libya
The worsening of Covid-19, in some cases, does not seem to prevent the evolution of the crises underlying international relations. Libya is not exempt from these dynamics; a...
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China: Pandemic? Fault of Italy!
We have already written that the Chinese attention is now entirely focused on the exploitation for one's own use and consumption of the current health emergency. A strategy ...
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The Polish ally ... (UPDATE)
We should remember that. As we grew up, they kept saying to us: “Anyone is able to be near you when the sun is shining. It is during storms that you understand who is truly a friend "....
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COVID-19 vaccine. Is China Closer?
The race for the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus vaccine has already begun, involving several research centers in Europe, the USA and CHINA. The one between the two ...
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How demography decreed the outcome of the Syrian Civil War (part 4)
The Syrian Civil War hit the country devastating both its economic and demographic assets. According to data published in 2017 by Mohammad Akram al-Qash, chief ...
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How demography decreed the outcome of the Syrian Civil War (part 3)
In Syria, fertility, which reached world records until the mid-XNUMXs, has decreased since ...
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How demography decreed the outcome of the Syrian Civil War (part 2)
The Arab Republic of Syria is an Arab state located in the Middle East bordering the north and north-west with the ...
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Coronavirus: the response to the crisis by Pharmacology
The new virus - SARS-CoV-2 - is causing great concern in almost all world health systems and in ...
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The (dangerous) contradictions of the European Union
At the end of February, the Prime Minister Conte declared the uselessness of closing the borders ....
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China: COVID-19 also through the eyes
Just ended the phase of the containment of the disease, celebrated last week with Xi Jimping's visit to Wuhan ...
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How demography decreed the outcome of the Syrian Civil War (part 1)
One of the most characteristic aspects of Syria on which most of the commentators both in the western world and in ...
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Turkey: nationalism and denialism, the tradition continues
The chronicle of the announced disaster of the Covid-19, obliges to widen the view on the different theaters, because how much ...
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China, COVID-19: conversion of J-20 production lines and 120 million masks per day
Two days after Xi Jinping's announcement1, with which he declared the peak of the health emergency in China passed, and ...
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Defender Europe 2020: Washington's strategic motivations
The NATO Defender Europe exercise, to be held in Europe from April to May 2020, will involve 37.000 soldiers ...
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The Taliban dictate conditions of peace to the US
As is well known, the United States of America is engaged in diplomatic action with the Taliban militias, for ...
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The impact of the coronavirus crisis on internal and international security. A short but chilling analysis
"The new highly contagious pathogen ... can spread rapidly, and must be considered capable of causing a ...
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The game of the parts between Putin and Erdogan
The evolution of the crisis in Idlib has led to the hoped-for meeting between Putin and Erdogan; meeting expected also at ...
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