The domestic dimension of the Belarusian crisis: Lukashenko's failures in managing the country
In 2014, while the events that would have resulted in the Euromaidan riots were still ongoing in Kiev, the attention of a part of the world had begun to focus on its ...
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The time bomb of the Turkish economy
In the recent past we have often dealt with the destabilizing outcomes that the foreign policy of the Republic of Turkey is having both in the Middle East and in the ...
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A Middle Eastern mess between Turkey, Greece and… many others
In recent days the Greek and Turkish positions on the exclusive exploitation of oil resources around the Aegean have been frequently quoted by the media. The reason is...
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Strategic aspects of global warming
With the arrival of the Ferragostan heat wave, more intense every year, and while today most of the countries of the globe are struggling to emerge from the coronavirus emergency ...
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Enlarged Mediterranean and Indo-Pacific Strategy: an anti-Chinese way out for Italian foreign policy
The Covid emergency, the development of the 5G networks and the last lines of the intricate story connected to the Chinese participation in the development of the railway network of the port of ...
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Collision between a Greek and a Turkish military unit in the eastern Mediterranean: what is happening?
The relations between Greece and Turkey have undergone frequent exacerbations over the years, but this last situation has something explosive because it affects a sector that is very ...
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Siberian disobedience
The Eastern Lands remain a fascinating geopolitical case; far from the superficial contextualizations of the west, they are the frames of a film where history flows according to ...
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Lebanon between politics and economic interests
The images of the terrible explosion in Lebanon have drawn attention to that troubled country. Although from British sources, it would appear that the explosion was ...
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What is going on in Erdogan's Turkey, between neo-Ottomanism and radical secularism?
The bitterness in the eyes of the Holy Father for Saint Sophia is only the last slap in the Christian world by the ...
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"Games of drones" in the southern Caucasus
An interesting aspect emerged during the border clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan, already widely described ...
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The second wave of the pandemic in Italy will be in August-September: Israel, Japan and Australia tell us that ...
In a recent article, I spoke of the arrival in Italy of the so-called "second wave" of COVID-19 in the months ...
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Some considerations on the Mediterranean
The Mediterranean has always represented, for Italy, the main line of political attention, even more today ...
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A new China-Iran cooperation treaty
The recent incident (sabotage?) Of July 2 at the Iranian "industrial site" of Natanz, about 250 kilometers ...
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Kneel to Turkey?
“They could have chosen between dishonor and war. They have chosen dishonor and they will have war "(Winston Churchill) ...
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COVID: The second wave in the fall? No, more likely between August and September
Are you convinced that only foreigners bring the coronavirus to a COVID-free Italy? Well, get it out of ...
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Caucasian chaos
In recent days there has been an unusual prominence, both from newspapers and online news agencies ...
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The long series of "inexplicable" incidents in Iran
At least seven ships caught fire in the Iranian port of Bushehr, according to reports from the news agency yesterday ...
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End of the Open Skies Treaty?
On May 21, 2020, with one of his many impressive announcements that made him famous everywhere, the president ...
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Iran, autarchic disorder
What will the world be like in 2021? What influence will Covid19 have on the Middle East? The slowdown of the dynamics ...
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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 event, ...
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