The "Foreign Influence Law" inflames Georgia
More than two months have passed since demonstrators returned to populate the squares of Tbilisi to protest against the law on foreign influences, approved in the third...
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The ICC prosecutor's office can arrest those who hinder it: the case of Yossi Cohen, former head of the Mossad
Yet another setback for Israel: after recent developments in the field of international justice (request for an arrest warrant from the prosecutor's office of the International Criminal Court...
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Iran: will the death of President Raisi destabilize the regime?
The agencies already received yesterday dispelled doubts about the outcome of the flight accident which saw President Raisi and the Minister of...
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The privatization of war
The dissolution of the Cold War and the Mogadishu Syndrome1 have exalted the asymmetric nature of conflicts accompanied by a weakening of the monopoly on the use of...
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The Space Race of India and China
The Armed Forces of the world have begun to look at space with growing interest. A domain previously reserved for very few countries, including Italy, must be underlined, because...
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The Houthis and the war on commercial traffic
In a recent article, US Naval War College professor Kevin D. McCranie compared the Houthis' action in the Red Sea to a contemporary revival of...
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Strengthening the Anglosphere: The AUKUS era and the new global geopolitical scenario
In the current global context, characterized by intense geopolitical dynamism and challenges to international stability, the emergence of the AUKUS (Australia, United Kingdom, States...
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North Korea steps up missile production
On April 5, 2024, North Korea, under the direction of Kim Jong Un, stepped up missile production with the aim of improving national defense1. The new...
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Türkiye, the opposition wins: "anything can happen"
Even in Turkey, the administrative vote provides political and social indications regarding possible developments in...
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Israel: between UN resolutions and new war fronts on the horizon
The latest burning UN resolution regarding the immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip brings yet another...
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Philippines resists Chinese bullying
The Philippines has summoned the Chinese ambassador to Manila to express its dissent regarding the recent...
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Abstentionism: prelude to the end of the regimes
After 83 years, Citizen Kane returns to the screens, a reflection on media hegemony coinciding with a round...
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The ICC indicts two Russian officials for war crimes
The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued arrest warrants on Tuesday for alleged war crimes in Ukraine...
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Sudan: the invisible war
Since mid-April 2023 alone, armed clashes in various areas of Sudan have caused more than 13.000 victims and 10,7 million...
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The United Nations withdraws from the Democratic Republic of Congo
The gradual withdrawal of the MONUSCO Mission (Mission de l'Organisation des...
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Indo-Pacific, a sea between Delhi and Washington
India is growing: even the most conservative forecasts see Bharat expanding over the next few years. Overtaking...
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CENTCOM intercepts a shipment of Iranian weapons destined for the Houthis
The US Navy today announced that on January 28 a US Coast Guard patrol boat, deployed...
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Israel-Hamas: "war is a severe teacher"
“The most disastrous war is not the one that is lost but the one that disappoints”, goes a saying among historians, because there is no...
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The latest from South Lebanon
One civilian was killed and two others were injured in an Israeli shelling on the village of... on Wednesday.
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End of a never-too-loved dynasty
Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy dies, and with him (perhaps) an important part of our history ends. Unaware...
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