Coronavirus: the most serious threat in the world
"The challenge - according to the historian of the Hoover Institute Niall Fergusson - is to resist that strange fatalism that leads most of us not to cancel our plans ...
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The cruise ship that dismantles the bales of the Chinese government on the coronavirus
The very small densely populated spaces, such as the trenches of the First World War in which the Spanish spread, marked historical moments in the history of medicine and, ...
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Syria and Libya: end of the games
In the days when a nation that aspires to global hegemony finds itself vulnerable within it, increasing the ranking of technological and health unreliability, we aim ...
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The US-Iran conflict and the killing of the general in Soleimani
Why all this hype against the US-Iran crisis? Most of the men and subsidies of international terrorism come from Saudi Arabia, from ...
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They called it "Eln - Farc - Maduropoli"
Venezuela would be experiencing a new dramatic "revolutionary" phase, as a potential alliance between the FARC and the National Liberation Army could increase ...
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In Berlin we chat, in Libya we will continue to die
Many people wonder what the big countries and big international organizations have concluded in Berlin. The simplest answer is: little or almost nothing. There...
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Berlin: "You had to choose between war and dishonor. You have chosen dishonor and you will have war."
The Berlin conference, called to settle the Libyan question, presented itself with an ambitious as well as unrealistic program, unbalanced in favor of General Haftar ...
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Martyrs and missiles?
On what happened on the night of January 3 as for the record there is little to add. What matters is the surrounding landscape, at regional and global level, and which ...
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Ashes and Phoenicians: Russia and its Defense
The foreign policy of any country is, or should be influenced by history, culture and psychological aspects ...
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The mysterious "intelligent design" that after Syria threatens Libya
Do you remember when in October in an article (v.link) we talked about the "intelligent design" that the major powers ...
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The Libyan crisis: what the media haven't told you in the past two days
A few hours ago the council of dignitaries and wise men of the Turcophone enclave of Misurata rejected the visit of the ...
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Oceans of anger
The Sahel occupies an immense strip of territory, a transition area between desert, savannah, equatorial forests and ...
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A new war is about to break out a few kilometers from Italy
When the Egyptian rackets will stick to the Turkish (tennis) balls, Ankara and Cairo (as well as Washington and ...
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The man of dreams
The Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana was soaring towards the sky celebrating heroes, poets, saints and navigators, but without ...
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Erythros, Red ...
Unlike generalism, which only emphasizes trends, geopolitics leaves nothing out and also analyzes this ...
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Evolution of Mexican cartel hierarchies
Over the past ten years, the structure of Mexican cartels has changed: less hierarchical and divided into sub-cartels (...
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Pride and Prejudice
The Kurdish question, neglected - wrongly - for other endemic crisis situations, is one of the most complex puzzles ...
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Venezuela in the balance
If there is a country that more than any other represents a negative example of how domestic bad government and pressures ...
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Realism and miracles
Ben Gurion extolled the Jewish spirit, made of pungent self-irony, when he said that "... in Israel, in order to be ...
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Who makes history?
The American continent is a geopolitical laboratory rich in ideas: in the north the Pilgrim Fathers, the Wasps, the ...
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