NATO-Russia crisis: much ado about nothing
Politics and interests continue to run regardless of pandemics; this is the case of the rupture of relations between NATO and Russia, an event that would have displaced the same ...
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Indo Pacific: war does not wait
History can be viewed from multiple angles; if for Churchill August 1948 marks, losing India, the beginning of the British historical-political downsizing, for ...
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Iron and gas curtains
History, the real one, not that of the case count, has started to run everywhere, following the fluorescent path of the power projections; the Kremlin redesigns ...
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Let me explain why Xi Jinping has not left China for 600 days
On March 22, 2013, the era of Xi Jinping, recently elected secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and President of the People's Republic (PRC), had just begun, and his first ...
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In the name of the fathers
On September 11, 2001, the world changed forever. However, in these days in which the international community is committed on the one hand to commemorate "the Event" and to ...
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Requiem for the land of the West
The flow of history is constant, regardless of more or less deterministic cyclicality or unprecedented forms of evolution; rationally Samuel P. Huntington speculated that ...
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Twenty years later
No, it's not about the beautiful and famous central novel of Alexandre Dumas' trilogy about the Three Musketeers, but about understanding what has changed since that sad September 11th ...
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Afghanistan: game over?
As a Pashtun1 adage goes, there are those who have time and who only have a watch to check it. Net of what has been reported more or less rashly in recent days, it remains to ...
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State Building and Army Building: notes on the failure of Western politics in Afghanistan
The twenty-year war in Afghanistan that ended with the reconquest of the country by the Taliban was a failure ...
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China to conquer Afghan rare earths
Recent events in Afghanistan, with the approximate and hasty American retreat, have highlighted since ...
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Invest in China? Quite a bad deal these days. Geopolitics says so ...
Chinese tech giants have taken a misstep: they have practiced or tolerated too long and with great ...
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The coup in Moscow: the "rebel" general who saved Russia and the world
We agree with Leo Tolstoy according to whom “there are heroes who are entirely dedicated to their mission and who ...
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Good bye Afghanistan: the lack of understanding of the Afghan system as the cause of the defeat of the Coalition
Fifty-three (+1, ndd) is the number of Italians who died in the Afghan conflict. Six hundred and fifty-one is the number of ...
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Vietnam Afghan
Tarinkot, Kandahar, Lashkargah, Herat, Feroz Koh, Qala-e-Nau, Ghazni, Fayzabad, Aybak, Zaranj, Sheberghan, Kunduz, Pul -...
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The future of Afghanistan? Chinese!
These days crocodile tears are wasted in relation to the sad fate of the Afghans, in a country that ...
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Big Pharma: that's who the pandemic was the goose that lays the golden eggs
At the request of some readers, we have decided to make an extremely concise analysis of the impact of the pandemic ...
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Tunisian mists
The Tunisian events require a series of quick reflections, but no less relevant for this. The Mediterranean is a ...
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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 on the theme of the ever-diminishing ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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