Jihadist terrorism: the suicide bomber
The umpteenth murder of civilians inside the Nice cathedral confirmed the worst expectations of those who had never deluded themselves that the territorial defeat of the ...
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The Turkish fleet: threat or pillar of the Euro-Mediterranean defense?
The relationship between Turkey and Europe has changed over the past few years. It is, in fact, undeniable that the Turkey we knew seems to have dissolved after the failed coup ...
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Libya: the Geneva truce does not stop the conflict
The signing of the ceasefire in Libya in Geneva does not end the conflict but opens a new phase. In fact, we cannot yet speak of stabilization or normalization ...
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The French take a piece of our territory, the government glosses over
The territorial dispute between Italy and France concerning the Mont Blanc Massif area, which has long been at the center of disputes between the two nations, is brought back to honors ...
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Jihadist terrorism, geopolitical and military implications
The recent attack in Paris, conducted in conjunction with the opening of the trial against the defendants for the Charlie Hebdo massacre in January 2015, brought back to ...
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Sudan, blood transitions
Sudan lends itself to narrative techniques which, like in a film, starting with what are imagined to be the last frames in color, bring everything back to slow motion ...
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LIBYA: Sarraj resigns? Because it's not possible before October
According to Bloomberg, Tripoli Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj would be ready to step down shortly or, in any case, by October, that is, before the start of peace negotiations in ...
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LIBYA: The Tobruk government resigns. Haftar wants to sabotage the peace negotiations
The government not recognized by the international community based in Tobruk and chaired by former Libyan prime minister Abdullah al-Thani resigned on Sunday 13 September on ...
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LIBYA: Haftar caught in the grip of peace talks
It is a fact that since the peace talks inaugurated in Bouznika, Morocco, between the representatives of Tripoli and those ...
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LIBYA: Bashagha reinstated with halved powers. Sarraj's victory is an opportunity for Italy
First excluded, then reinstated last Thursday but politically resized, this is the parable of the minister of ...
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Evolution or devolution of the situation in Libya?
Once upon a time, but perhaps now there is no more, a dream of peace on the other side of the Mediterranean, in a Libyan land ...
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Under two flags
In 2004, first in South Korea and then in the rest of the world, the film “Taegukgi ...
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Mali: soldiers, jihad and smuggling
Africa continues to play a role of significant geopolitical importance, despite a palpable lack of interest ...
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The armed and security forces of Belarus and the possibility of a "decapitation strike"
Having spoken extensively in the two previous analyzes of both the internal problems of Belarus and the ...
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We succeeded: it is official that Turkey has installed itself militarily in Libya
Although the news passed quietly on the Italian television networks, a very serious fact, of which over time we will have ...
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Belarusian crisis: Moscow's interests, options and Lukashenko's fate
Having examined, in my previous analysis, Lukashenko's internal situation and failures in management ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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A Middle Eastern mess between Turkey, Greece and… many others
These days the Greek and Turkish positions on exclusive exploitation have often been cited by the media ...
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Strategic aspects of global warming
With the arrival of the Ferragostan heat wave, every year more intense, and while today most of the countries of the ...
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