Precarious stability in the Indo-Pacific
The Indo-Pacific in its broader maritime, territorial, demographic and economic context certainly represents, in today's world reality, the part of the world on which ...
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One of the leaders of the Iranian nuclear program killed: does the Mossad have anything to do with it?
The first head of the Iranian nuclear program, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was killed yesterday near Tehran. The news was confirmed by the Iranian Ministry of Defense ....
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The Chinese challenge to US naval power
For about twenty years, Asia has not only been the most well-equipped entrenched camp in the globe but, if we exclude the ever-important Russian fleet, it has been the nursery that has seen growth ...
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Military pact signed between Australia and Japan
On 17/11/2020, an important military agreement was signed between the Australian and Japanese governments. To announce the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and that ...
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The jihadists carry out massacres in Mozambique but in Europe there is no mention of it
Between the end of October and the beginning of November, 53 people were killed in Mozambique, at the hands of the jihadist groups that are now raging in the former Portuguese colony. L'...
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USA 2020: the geopolitical challenges
Although not yet accepted by Trump, Biden's victory appears to be quite consolidated - with about 3% more voters than the opponent and having exceeded the 270 big ...
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The Azeris shoot down Russian military helicopter and Moscow reaches a peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan
Yesterday evening, Monday 9 November, a Russian Mi-24 military helicopter was shot down1 by a MANPADS (MAN Portable Air-Defense System, ed.) Of the Azerbaijani forces in the enclave ...
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China - Vatican: the reasons (and risks) of the new agreement
The news of the confirmation of the agreement between the Holy See and the People's Republic of China on 22 October was in the air. Signed for the first time on 22 ...
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Turkey and the S-400s: the consequences of the first tests
In the days between 13 and 16 October, in the province overlooking the Black Sea of ​​Samsun, the Turkish armed forces ...
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Jihadist terrorism: the suicide bomber
Yet another murder of civilians inside the Nice cathedral confirmed the worst expectations of those ...
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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. Indeed, it is undeniable that Turkey which ...
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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 you can't ...
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Israel organizes university analysts to protect the correct management of pandemics
The Israeli University of Tel Aviv is about to inaugurate an interdisciplinary center to fight Covid-19 and future ...
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Libya: yet another affront for Italy
While today the West celebrates the truce reached (but for how long?) Between Haftar and al-Sarraj, the ...
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The French take a piece of our territory, the government glosses over
The territorial dispute between Italy and France concerns the Mont Blanc Massif area, from some time to ...
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France does not give up in the Sahel
Now freed from the shadow of Abdelmalek Droukdal, the leader of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, killed during a ...
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China, the doctrine of power
The power. Occult allele in the human genome inevitably re-emerges every time passions and rationality struggle ...
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China accuses the US of disturbing its abuses. But the USA is not Italy ...
Colonel Zhang Nandong, spokesman for the Southern Command of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), urged ...
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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 ...
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Lebanon-Israel agreement on 86 square kilometers of eastern Mediterranean?
The negotiations between Lebanon and Israel on the maritime border that binds both countries, Yuval Steinitz, the minister ...
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