Weapons and money: the Ayatollahs and what they don't tell us
Interpreting Iran cannot ignore the understanding of realities which, transversely, go through a religiosity imbued with practical aspects bound as always to factors ...
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North Korea: next woman leader?
Kim Jong-un, the "Respected leader" of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, would still be in a vegetative state with no prospect of recovery. The news had spread ...
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North Korea: is the coronavirus rampant?
In its tragic and sudden spread, Coronavirus seemed to have wanted to spare North Korea to date. Or at least this its leader claimed. While...
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CNN: brain death for Kim Jong-un?
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un would be life threatening following complications after cardiac surgery, and according to reports from CNN1, it would be cerebrally ...
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"Medical power for naval superiority"
A system to prevent the most unpleasant future aspects lies in the humility of considering lessons learned, an activity often carried out with annoyance, since it admits mistakes ...
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Libya: the war continues in silence
The Italian media are focused on COVID-19 and the upcoming European summit, however it is necessary to pay attention to the Libyan civil war. In the latter ...
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The violence of blue helmets in Central Africa could trigger a riot
The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Mission for Stabilization in Central Africa (MINUSCA), more than stabilizing the region and supervising the peace agreement (...
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Coronavirus crisis: is it time for miniBots?
I usually write my articles for Defense Online carefully indicating all the sources to "support" them on solid and verifiable foundations. This time, I write quoting myself: don't ...
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News and internet: an advance of war
The data regarding the evolution of the pandemic flow uninterrupted; not intending to invade fields for which ...
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Coronavirus: the South Korean strategy
Since the explosion of the Coronavirus emergency, South Korea has progressively presented itself on the stage ...
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The suicide of Europe?
The current pandemic, accompanied by an infodemic1 which contributes to increasing fear or to blame it ...
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European Union and Hungary: when the ox says horned to the donkey
During the Republican period in Ancient Rome, in times of military rather than economic crisis, or for ...
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The coronavirus does not stop the war in Libya
The worsening of Covid-19, in some cases, does not seem to prevent the evolution of the crises underlying relationships ...
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China: Pandemic? Italy's fault!
That Chinese attention is now all focused on the exploitation of the current emergency for your own use and consumption ...
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The Polish ally ... (UPDATE)
We should remember that. As we grew up, they kept saying to us, “Anyone is able to be near you when the sun is shining. IS...
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COVID-19 vaccine. Is China Closer?
The race for the vaccine against the disease caused by the coronavirus Sars-Cov-2 has already started, involving several centers ...
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How demographics dictated the outcome of the Syrian Civil War (part 4)
The Syrian Civil War hit the country devastating both its economic and demographic assets. Second...
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How demographics dictated the outcome of the Syrian Civil War (part 3)
In Syria, fertility, which reached world records until the mid-XNUMXs, has decreased since ...
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How demographics dictated the outcome of the Syrian Civil War (part 2)
The Arab Republic of Syria is an Arab state located in the Middle East bordering the north and north-west with the ...
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Coronavirus: the response to the crisis by Pharmacology
The new virus - SARS-CoV-2 - is causing great concern in almost all the world's health systems and in ...
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