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The Dual Face of Post-War Italian Foreign Policy

A Tale of Hypocrisy and ExpediencyIn the aftermath of World War II, Italy’s foreign policy was marked by a dual-faced approach: on one hand, aligning under the protective shadow of NATO, led by the USA; on the other, maintaining ambiguous relationships with adversarial regimes and groups. Italy, despite…

The Revolutionary Genius in the Interpretation of Raymond Aron 

In Raymond Aron’s academic analysis of Lenin’s revolutionary genius, it is essential to consider the intersection of intellectual and moral qualities. This combination is crucial not only in the warrior genius but also in the revolutionary one. Lenin exemplifies this fusion through his exceptional intelligence, coupled with the…

Sun Tzu and Clausewitz in the Reflection of Raymond Aron 

Introduction The military doctrines of Carl von Clausewitz and Sun Tzu offer radically different interpretations of military doctrine and war praxeology. While Clausewitz embodies the archetype of annihilation and direct confrontation, Sun Tzu emphasizes victory without fighting, favoring strategies that avoid bloodshed. 1. The Seriousness of War Both…

The Search for Justice for Mass Crimes in Latin America: A Historical and Legal Analysis

In the international justice history, Latin America represents a peculiar case. Although no specific international tribunals were established to process the mass crimes committed in this region, the twenty-first century has seen numerous attempts to prosecute these crimes through other legal avenues. The 1998 arrest of Chilean General…

Indirect Strategy and False Flag Operations

A historically significant strategy for carrying out extensive tactical or geopolitical operations is the delegation of risky or questionable actions to others. This approach, often implemented through deceit or persuasion, leads the executors to believe they are acting of their own volition, even though they are being manipulated.…

Le cas Microtecnica

Le sommet intergouvernemental italo-allemand de cet après-midi à Berlin, avec la participation de la Première ministre italienne Giorgia Meloni et du chancelier allemand Olaf Scholz, est un moment clé dans les relations entre l’Allemagne et l’Italie. Ce sommet, qui inclut les ministres des Affaires étrangères, de l’Économie, de…

The Intricacies of American Soft Power: The Roles of George Soros and the National Endowment for Democracy

Introduction American soft power, a term coined by Joseph Nye, refers to the ability to influence others through cultural and ideological means rather than coercion. In the realm of this indirect influence, two significant figures stand out: financier George Soros and the U.S. government-funded National Endowment for Democracy…

Semiconductors: A Key Element in Modern Technology and Global Geopolitics

Semiconductors, also known as integrated circuits or microchips, are fundamental in the design and functioning of electronic devices, being omnipresent in many electronic products. Their importance is also crucial in strategic sectors such as defense and national security, where they are used in weaponry systems and aerospace technology.…

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