Azerbaijan and Turkey: Siamese twins
During the 90s, the then president-master of Azerbaijan, Heydar Aliyev, in describing the 360-degree relations between his country and Turkey, first coined ...
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Italy arm in arm with Azerbaijan
During the recent Second Nagorno-Karabakh War, which lasted from 27 September to 10 November 2020, the armed forces of the Republic of Azerbaijan made extensive ...
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Democratic Republic of Congo: "magnificent cake to share"
The tragic events that took place in the Democratic Republic of Congo are now well known: the murder of Ambassador Attanasio and Carabiniere Iacovacci are everywhere on the ...
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Looking for America
The appearance of each new Stars and Stripes Administration on the international stage leads us to ask ourselves how American strategy could evolve in the medium future ...
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Libyan castles of anger
Geopolitically, the Mediterranean fits with some precision to the American expression VUCA, where Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity outline panoramas ...
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The protection of national interests on the sea
Among geopolitical analysts, the question of foreign policy and the protection of national interests seems to have returned with great vein in the debate of recent times. A...
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Does backyard politics respond to national interests?
The Italian political scene in recent days stands out in several respects; first of all for the seething of an institutional crisis with indefinable contours, and for the jolts ...
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Triangolo Norte: between corruption, violence and hope in the new US administration
In the "Northern Triangle" of Central America (Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador) the coronavirus is estimated to have killed more than 10.000 people as well as wreaking havoc ...
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The Portkey of the Ayatollahs
The dimensions within which geopolitics operates are different; time is an understanding of global power based on a ...
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Confucian order and hierarchy underpinning China's rise
In the year in which China will achieve the first of the two objectives indicated by Xi Jinping at the time of his investiture (...
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The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict of 2020 and the (technological) evolution of military operations
The "small" war of Nagorno Karabakh1, which ended with the ceasefire of November 9, 2020 after forty-four ...
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The new cold war in the Arctic
In recent years, the Kremlin has been launching initiatives aimed at establishing a strong military presence in the extreme ...
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Trump, his "mistakes" and his legacy
Whether we like it or not, the Trump adventure is closing, leaving behind many ashes and uncomfortable legacies for ...
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The need for a smart national maritime strategy
Covering 72% of the planet's surface, the seas and oceans have always played and will continue to play a ...
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The realism you (don't) like
Analyzing MO and the Eastern Mediterranean is equivalent to singing an ode to realpolitik, to a pragmatism attentive to ...
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France: the future of Islam, from assimilation to multiculturalism
Because of its history, France stands as the homeland of human rights, freedom, the secularism of ...
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The dreams of "Ambazonia"
Yes, you got it right! The word is "Ambazonia" and not "Amazonia", and no, we are not in Latin America, but in ...
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The debt of African countries: a history that has taught nothing
With the non-payment of bond coupons for 42.5 million dollars, last November 13 the Republic ...
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A look at sub-Saharan Africa
Africa is an extremely complex continent in which, with the passage of time, ancient problems have ...
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Sovereignty and technological supremacy in the post-global era
The elections in the United States and the battle against Covid have overshadowed the 5 ...
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