Tunisian mists
The Tunisian events require a series of quick reflections, but no less relevant for this. The Mediterranean is a systemic area, and what happens a short distance from the coasts ...
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The scarcity of fresh water threatens to unleash new tensions in the Persian Gulf and Central Asia
The great heat of these summer days has again attracted the attention of the media to the issue of the ever decreasing availability of fresh water. While most of the ...
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It's coming Rome. The delta variant is going to make us like in the UK
The delta variant crisis of Sars-Cov-2 in Italy began about 10 days ago: until the end of the first decade of September we will not see a visible and continuous decline ...
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Afghan butterflies and Indo-Pacific hurricanes
It is not true, as many say, that one can bury the past. The past clings with its claws to the present1; it's a simple concept, but one that in Afghanistan doesn't ...
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Conflict in Tigray and the Horn of Africa. Where the area matters more than the outcome
In Ethiopia, the Tigrayans, led by the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), retake the capital Macallè, and meet the surrender or retreat of government troops ....
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China is close
If the American Manifest Destiny of 1840 were not to be considered as a mere theory, it would be politically wise not to underestimate the significance of the Army of ...
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Chinese vaccines in the US home garden
The Covid-19 virus, like the vaccines that fight it, affecting the life and death of people, involve maximally potency. Produce effective vaccines and use them as ...
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New dress, same dance: how much does the new Chilean Constitution actually weigh?
No constitution creates power, at most it interprets it effectively. It improves the performance of the country that has it. It is oil for that power. Chile, starting a ...
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Chile: the armed forces facing the constituent process
A constituent process is underway in Chile, decided by the pressure of the socio-economic protests of 2019-2020. For...
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Containment and isolation: Biden's diplomatic action towards China
"America is back". This is the slogan of Joe Biden's journey. The President of the United States has chosen the ...
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Lebanon, strategic for many but not for everyone
The Mediterranean, a restless sea that has held civilizations, philosophies, religions to baptism, a brackish father who has welcomed ...
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Demographics and Power: Israel and Palestine, the strength of numbers
As mentioned countless times in the course of several previously written analyzes, demographics constitute one ...
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Italy, the UAE and the 3rd principle of dynamics
Let's pick up on one of the news that fell too quickly into media oblivion, according to a scheme that, managed ...
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Exclusive Economic Zone and maritime power
The definitive go-ahead of the Senate to the bill concerning the establishment of an Exclusive Economic Zone (...
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Grabbing: China's unstoppable grabbing of water and land
My friends, and not those of fortune, here we are again on the tables of the geopolitical stage with an unusual scheme: the sacred, ...
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Smart City: China builds (and exports) the cities of the future
China has shown its willingness to ride the digital revolution in progress before many others, starting from ...
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The population as a "new terrain" for guerrilla warfare
"You know your land. You know the people, the topography, the economy, the history and the religion. You know each village ...
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Cease-fire
Prologue: similar to the classic invitation to abandon all kinds of hope, here, with more humble and realistic ...
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Strategic waiting. The German contradictions at the end of the Merkel era
Elections for the new chancellor will take place on 26 September 2021 in Germany. Angela will not participate in them ...
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Joint Force G5: the states of Françafrique in the Sahel war
In the imminence of the Italian participation in the Takuba task force in the Sahel (see article) and also considering the fact ...
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