Kazakhstan: technical instability tests
A probable new Maidan is taking place in Kazakhstan. The violent protests that broke out a few days ago were directed against the sudden and high increase in ...
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Turkey's perilous ambitions
Impertinence belongs to politics; who, therefore, more than Reis can enter by right into the meanings of Oscar Wilde? To begin with: talk (about him), maybe badly, but talk about him ...
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Israel: meeting of African intelligence chiefs in Tel Aviv
The Mossad will host a meeting of African spy leaders in Tel Aviv in late December. At the meeting, which will focus on areas of concern to Israel in Africa, they should ...
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The 185th in Kosovo
Currently, the Italian contingent within KFOR, deployed at RS-WEST, is made up for the vast majority of men from the 185th Parachute Artillery Regiment (from ...
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The time bomb of the Turkish economy: explosion and fallout
In our previous analysis entitled: "The time bomb of the Turkish economy", published in Difesa Online on August 18, 2020 (see article), we described the ailments ...
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The China of Europe: Wilhelminian Germany and the Economic War
(Article inspired by "The German Empire and the economic war" published on Pandora Magazine) In the globalized world, in interconnected markets, with the demolition of every barrier ...
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Under the sign of "Badal"
The events of this 2021 in Afghanistan have profoundly marked the collective consciousness of public opinion in Western countries. The lightning advance of the Taliban and ...
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Putin and "The historical unity of Russians and Ukrainians"
"... this land is Russian, Russian, Russian." (Vitaly Shulgin) These words are uttered by Vitaly Shulgin in the editorial of the first issue of the Kievlianin, newspaper ...
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Parallel Libyan convergences
The Libyan events run very fast; the actors, while playing unpublished parts for the politics of the former colony ...
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Do relations between Russia and Turkey threaten NATO?
The relations between Russia and Turkey, which for some years have become increasingly articulated, are characterized by a ...
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Baltic, a sea at war without knowing it
The Baltic is part of the forgotten geopolitics; the collective imagination, when induced to think of the north, arrives ...
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Russia and Ukraine: in addition to the danger of invasion, there is more
The Ukrainian crisis is increasing day by day and the theses of analysts and self-styled "experts" are numerous. Mail in ...
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Algeria and Morocco: “knife brothers” on the brink of war
A specter of war roams the Maghreb; however this is not an evanescent and distant specter since, ...
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Not just Europe: the Quirinal Treaty read by Paris
In May 2017 Emmanuel Macron was the man of the moment. Just elected to the Elysée, the former French banker was seen by ...
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Turkic speakers but not Turks. The limits of Turkism in the Maghreb and beyond
Each empire leaves a presence of itself after its dissolution. In its provinces very often there are traces ...
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Black Friday of the Omicron variant: something that no one has yet written in Italy
The new South African variant B.1.1.5291 has crucified the world stock exchanges on Black Friday, making ...
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Welcome to chaos, welcome to Libya
The news coming from Libya seems to confirm the pessimism expressed by many parties about regularity and goodness ...
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Israel prepares for the next (imminent?) War
In early November, Israeli Defense Forces Colonel Yaniv Wolfer, Head of the Protection Department ...
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Libya: sand and votes
Libya is an invention, starting with the name. Even for the Ottomans, accessing the hinterland meant crossing a ...
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Priests with stars
In my experience following the KFOR military I was lucky enough to test the work of military chaplains ...
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