The dilemma of the battle of Gaza
From the first hours of the Al-Aqsa Flood operation, conducted by Hamas on Israeli territory, it was clear that Tel Aviv's reaction, once the Palestinian forces had been evacuated...
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US Congress: "The United States must be ready for a simultaneous war with China and Russia"
The United States must be prepared for the possibility of simultaneous war with Russia and China. This is stated in the 145-page report of the Strategic Posture Commission (...
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Gaza: “glocal” conflict
Over the course of these hours, the IDF have reconquered the territories lost by Israel in the first hours of the Al-Aqsa Flood operation launched by Hamas on the evening of Saturday 7 October. While...
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Latin America, crossroads of Russian intelligence
In the last 18 months, suspected Russian spies have been discovered across Europe, from the Netherlands to Norway, from Sweden to Slovenia. Many of them have an element that…
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Other opposite movements
The evolutions of the international scene are increasingly impacting the periphery of the world, where it was thought that marginality provided protection from threats. The new...
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G20 geopolitics: who wins and who loses
The G20, despite its undeniable, but perhaps not immediately understood, relevance, slipped through our fingers like Ganges water, overtaken by events which, despite their...
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The animal spirit of economics
Any aspect of knowledge, when concretely declinable, offers more than one perspective. The more the single topic is complex, the more its declinations change...
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The Indian Moon and its terrestrial implications
India has landed on the moon. Just after 14.30 pm in Italy on 23 August, the Chandrayaan-3 mission landed near the South Pole, where no one has ever landed...
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The Quad (and more) moves...
Concerns about Chinese expansionism in the Indo-Pacific are reflected in the proliferation of military maneuvers…
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China and Japan: we hated each other so much
Asia is preparing to experience moments of fibrillation. Two hegemons, Beijing and Tokyo, with prospects and...
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Sudan: blood and deadlock in negotiations. Until?
The civil war is nearing its fourth month, with no deal in sight. The Khartoum government has extended the...
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Fentanyl: the chemical euphoria of the Dragon
Addictions boast a history that allows us to understand the importance and role of the substances with which it is accompanied...
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Africa, new powers in search of space (second part)
Saudi Arabia With the ascension of Mohamed bin Salman as crown prince and actually already ruler of the country1, politics...
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Africa, new powers in search of space (first part)
The decomposition (or recomposition) of the international community always follows new paths and not all of them are coherent and/or...
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Developments at the antipodes
Having reviewed developments in Australian defense policy, it is useful to look at another aspect…
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The Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the other BRICS?
While much attention is focused on the BRICS and its future, little is said or thought about the Shanghai Cooperation...
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Marine environment. Geopolitical implications
At first glance, some may have the doubt that the issue of protecting the marine environment has little to do with...
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France and the Indo-Pacific: challenges, limits and opportunities
For several years the strategic center of gravity of the globe, from the Atlantic basin (and sub-Mediterranean basin) has been in the process of...
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Philippines: Okinawa's next conflict?
A significant part of the changes involving the general geopolitical panorama of the last 20 years concerns the relationships...
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The multi-alignment in the Indo-Pacific: an opportunity, an index of equilibrium or a sign of weakness vis-à-vis China?
The United States has never had a coherent foreign policy and in the Indo-Pacific it lacks credibility with the current…
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