If you want peace ... do not just look at Libya!
These days our attention is rightly focused on Libya and on the issue of immigration blockade. However, it would be a serious mistake to imagine confining the ...
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The mutation: al-Qaeda in Syria
The conflict in Syria is increasingly reminiscent of a European war of the Old Regime, characterized by continuous overturns in front and opportunistic alliances. In some precedents ...
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What was the end of Afghanistan?
The Vichian theory of historical courses and appeals seems to have been written specifically for the Afghan scenario. Years pass, time passes and history repeats itself: weapons change, ...
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May 2017, Presidential Elections in Iran. The Middle East (and not only) with the breath suspended
It is a fundamental piece to understand what will become of geopolitical balances (or imbalances) in the Middle East. The 19 next May, the date set for the presidential elections ...
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Qatar: a controversial country poised between welfare and political games
There are few Arabs proud of the role Qatar has played in the national revival of recent years, consolidating itself as a financial superpower ...
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Mexico: The role of the Army in fighting narcotics
When about ten years ago, then Mexican President Felipe Calderon gave the Ejercito mandate "leadership role" in the fight against narcotics, the number of soldiers ...
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The terrorism dilemma in Canada
The modus operandi of international terrorism and the new issues related to the birth of the Islamic State (ISIS) and the war in Syria have launched a new and ...
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Mali: an important international theater for the fight against terrorism
It is now four years since the French army entered Mali to block the expansion of al-Qaeda, which has now reached a step away from the capital Bamako. L'...
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Syria, never laugh too soon. Next stage Deir Ezzor, Al Hasaka or Raqqa?
In Syria there is a stronghold of the Syrian government that has been resisting defeat for years. Let's talk about the eastern city of ...
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Fighting drug trafficking: cross-border military cooperation between Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia
Consumption of cocaine in South America is constantly increasing and provides organized crime groups with a market ...
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Globalizers vs. Identities: The premise of a systemic drift?
Data from the Global Peace Index (see The Institute for Economics and Peace - 2016) and associated analyzes do not seem to be ...
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Winds of war in the Mediterranean? Russian Task Force to Syria: NATO Navy alarms are moving
Despite the growing turmoil in the Middle East, Russia is ready to show that it is capable of supporting ...
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The fate of migrants at the mercy of European diplomatic games
Six months after the implementation of the agreement with Turkey, the migratory phenomenon towards the heart of Europe ...
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Demographic scenarios in "Fertility Day"
The demographic is a decisive factor in defining the geopolitical posture of the states and their role in the ...
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XVII Conference of Non-Aligned Countries
In the middle of September, in the island of Margarita of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the XVII Conference ...
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Water war: the endless question between Hezbollah and Israel
In recent weeks, an official Hezbollah note has publicly condemned Israel's creation of ...
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Arctic Made in China
The incredible economic and industrial growth of China in recent years means that the Asian giant moves ...
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Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina: the area of ​​las tres fronteras as the basis of Islamic terrorism
The Tri-Border Area, or triple frontera, is the border area between Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. Its surface is ...
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The cybernetic dimension of DAESH's threat
Defense ministers of NATO countries, who during the last meeting in Brussels before the summer break ...
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helpless
The Islamic State has been faithful to its promises, transforming the month of Ramadan into a succession of terrible ...
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