Sri Lanka: yet another victim of Pekingese Scrooge
In international relations it is advisable to let events settle; the risk of bids with effect without any analysis, is that of imprinting images and sensations ...
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Dragons in Algeria: a lesson in geopolitics
Draghi and a large delegation of ministers - half a dozen - are preparing to conclude a large number of agreements - of enormous geopolitical importance - between the Republic ...
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United Kingdom"? The uncertain prospects of the (former) British Empire
The dramatic human times - and therefore intrinsically geopolitical - that the collectivities and the powers they express are experiencing, make it even more urgent to try to outline the ...
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Sahel and surroundings: domino effect?
The end of the French mission 'Barkhane' in Mali (closely followed by that of the multinational European special forces operation 'Takuba' sanctioned on the last day of ...
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Italy facing the challenge of wheat
It is now clear that the war in Ukraine is also a war over that country's food resources. Among all, cereals in general and wheat in particular. If that's true then ...
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Turkey: a partner of Italy at the center of all power games in the Middle East
Mario Draghi spoke of Turkey as Italy's main trading partner in the region that includes the Middle East and North Africa. The keywords of all this ...
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Fire and war from the waters of the Levant
The Mediterranean once again lends itself to being the ideal backdrop for those who intend to shift attention away from Ukraine; now is the search - belated - for energy sources ...
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Green light for Finland and Sweden in NATO. What did Erdogan want and what does it mean for us?
As was widely expected, during the Summit of NATO Heads of State and Government in Madrid, Finland and Sweden were "invited" to join the Alliance (to respect ...
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Japan is back!
The international situation is evolving rapidly and there is no country that does not have to adapt. In an area of ​​course ...
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America and Asia: two continents, the same difficulties
The visit of the Chinese foreign minister, Wang Yi, who in the second half of May touched several small states ...
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The Chinese 3 T syndrome
The focus of geopolitical attention cannot be fixed; Ukrainian drama aside, Asia continues to stir up more than ...
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India looks towards the sea
The vote in the UN Assembly of the motion condemning Russia's aggression against Ukraine has ...
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The wheat war: another weapon for new geopolitical scenarios
Wars are not only fought on the battlefield but also on agricultural fields. The world is witnessing a ...
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Pakistan army does not play cricket
The Ukrainian conflict does not stop international relations, which are bound to each other by a globalization ...
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The strategic importance of rare earths: from the military industry to the ecological transition
The rise of China as a global economic and geopolitical superpower has heightened tensions and concerns about ...
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Turkish submarines and balances in the Eastern Mediterranean
Last May 23, with a grand ceremony attended by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as guest of honor ...
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Indo-Pacific: China continues to expand its influence in small and weak states
While a part of the world watches with concern the evolution of the situation in Ukraine, in other regions of ...
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The battlefields of the Russian-Ukrainian war
The Ukrainian campaign could prove to be more costly and damaging for Russia than anticipated. Despite a ...
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External effects Russia Ukraine
The Russian invasion kept attention on the most immediate and spectacular aspects; remained in the shade ...
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Ukraine: the Russian atomic attack, the Lend-Lease Act and the total war
If the evolution of the fighting in Ukraine were to continue turning, as the Americans wish, into a total ...
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