Does Singapore rule China?
The summit held in Singapore, net of the official iconography, presents several aspects of geopolitical character that, in all probability, will influence the evolution of ...
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China and the West: two models of governance compared
That the West is in a crisis of identity is well-known news. It is in the middle of an historical cycle in which the world, net of the persistent American superpower ...
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The siege of Berlin
No doubt about it, the last two years have not brought anything good to Angela Merkel. What has been for years the strongest and most stable government in Europe today is more and more ...
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The Movement for Palestinian Islamic Jihad
In the fragmented world Islamist landscape, Palestinian radicalism has always played a central role, not so much for active participation in terrorist activities ...
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Iraq: a cleric between God and Marx
The Iraqi electoral consultations, as per premise, have proved to be of notable importance not only in the national sphere but also in the region, especially if compared to the remarkable ...
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The red line of chemical weapons in Syria
Citing the speech of the French president Macron that justified the intervention in Syria, there are few things that the international community can do today to prevent and manage ...
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When Potenza's economy and politics diverge: the US-Iran deal
The US Administration has announced the suspension of its participation by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), ie the agreement of ...
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Developments after the summit between the two Koreas
The April 27 meeting between Moon Jae-inn and Kim Jong-un brought a breath of good and above all peaceful air into the Korean peninsula. Not so much for the results obtained, at ...
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Transnistria, Romania, Russia and the United States of America: the great little Game
Transnistria - on the border between Europe and Asia - is a region that in recent years has taken on a significant ...
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The power projection of Beijing in the Chinese sea
The first time had happened in the 2015, when the US destroyer USS Lassen pushed within 12 miles ...
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Turkey "candidate" to host a "democratic spring" within the 2020?
The great revolutions, in the XXI century, never happen in the less developed countries and with a perpetually depressed GDP: ...
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Yemen: Arab Vietnam?
Yemen, in spite of its desert conformation, has a geopolitical feature that makes it, "Vietnamese ...
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A limited punishment for Assad, then again business as usual
The state of the new chemical weapons crisis in Syria lies in the use of words, in those who pronounce them and to whom they are ...
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The location of Russia in international scenarios, according to the strategic vision of Tsar Putin IV
The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin addressing the Duma, after the annexation of the Crimea, in March ...
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The re-election of Xi Jinping and his "Chinese dream"
The 18 last March, at the end of the 1 session 13 ° National People's Congress (CNP), Xi Jinping was ...
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Italy: the unsustainable lack of national identity
Italy and Niger. Despite the geographical distance that runs, the geopolitical events of the two countries continue to ...
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Sahel: sand, religions and money
The attack carried out a few days ago in Burkina Faso, despite the geographical distances that exist with Italy, ...
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China: strategic vision of an (almost) superpower
If the current one is not yet the Chinese century, as some claim, we lack a little. Just take a look at the ...
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Afrin, the fault line of the Syrian conflict
The war activities that have affected (and are still igniting) the MO seem to have two characteristics that ...
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Turkey: neo-Ottomanism and guilty Western weaknesses
From a regional geopolitical point of view, the Mediterranean returns to the center of attention, despite not ...
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