Iran, autarchic disorder
What will the world be like in 2021? What influence will Covid19 have on the Middle East? The slowdown in international dynamics did not inhibit the recovery of the trend before ...
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Hong Kong, Beijing and the South China Sea
Hong Kong returned to China on July 1, 1997. 23 years after that unprecedented economic, cultural, social and, of course, political event which after 154 years (...
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The Ankara – Tirana axis
Turkey is increasingly determined to impose its role as a bridge state between Europe and the Middle East. In the region it has managed to establish very solid relationships, projecting ...
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Polish symphony
Given the panorama that we will examine, as Mickey Mouse in Fantasy we will be accompanied by a soundtrack to help perceive the feelings of a world characterized by a ...
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Korean mass distractions
According to the rules of the house of geopolitical realism we start from the facts, from the geographical areas, to arrive at possible hypotheses; Pyongyang, keeping the promise promised ...
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Libya: Turkey's asymmetric war against Italian interests
After the rapid victories of the Tripoline forces against Haftar's troops in Tripolitania, the attention of public opinion on the Libyan conflict is entirely concentrated on ...
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The American Pandora's box
We followed, like many others, the latest US events and their vast echo in the world, and we preferred to have them settle by analyzing the less scenographic aspects ....
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African geopolitics of medicine: WHO, China and money
Covid is not just a health emergency; the thin red line that unites events is still emerging and outlines a picture pregnant with consequences. Starting from a ...
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The rearmament of the rising sun
The Japanese government last December approved a further annual increase1 in defense spending (the ...
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Pope Bergoglio's silence on Taiwan and Hong Kong
The recent unrest in Hong Kong (as we write about 300 arrested protesters including several minors) are the ...
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Brazil: Ordem e Progresso (and Covid)
Stereotypes brand people and things, even nations. Brazil leads to Carnival, to football, to a set of ...
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Silvia Romano's liberation and Neo-Ottomanism to conquer Somalia
The great emphasis that the Turkish media gave to the release of Silvia (Aisha) Romano and the small train ...
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Putin's matryoshka
According to Fedor Tjutchev1 “Russia cannot be understood with the mind, nor can it be measured with the common yardstick: Russia is made ...
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The UN notices the presence of foreign forces in Libya, but does not stop the Turkish advance
A report by United Nations observers, who monitor (without much success) the arms embargo imposed ...
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The geopolitical counterpart for Silvia Romano's release
Silvia Romano had just got off the plane that had brought her back to Italy wrapped in her jilbab - her dress ...
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Taiwan: China that doesn't give up
Let's play with logic and find a geopolitical point that unites classical Greece and Chaos Theory1: Taiwan. The pax ...
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Uncle Sam calls: American power in the time of Covid
November is approaching, and Uncle Sam is preparing for the call of the American people that some want as a decision maker, ...
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The automotive industry and its pandemic
The government of Giuseppe Conte has announced the details of the long-awaited "Phase 2" which presents "loose links" in ...
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Weapons and money: the Ayatollahs and what they don't tell us
Interpreting Iran cannot be separated from the understanding of realities which, transversally, go through a religiosity ...
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"Medical power for naval superiority"
A system to prevent the most unpleasant future aspects lies in the humility of considering lessons learned, ...
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