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From Military Reforms to Media Warfare: Russia’s Strategic Narratives and Public Opinion Manipulation

Numerous analysts have discussed the military reform undertaken by Russia in October 2008, a change stimulated by the difficulties encountered by its army against the Georgian forces, which, despite their numerical inferiority, were better equipped and prepared. This period also saw Russia dedicate itself to the development of…

NATO Expansion and Transatlantic Tensions: The Complex Dynamics of Eastward Enlargement

In 2007, during a speech in Munich, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed serious concerns about NATO’s expansion eastward, concerns that echoed at the NATO summit in Bucharest in 2008. On that occasion, the Atlantic Alliance continued its path of expansion, despite the opposition of key European states such…

Europe’s Unity Tested by Ukraine Conflict and Internal Challenges

The situation in Europe is significantly deteriorating due to its leaders’ response to the latest developments in the Ukrainian conflict, which see advantages for Russia. These developments, while not welcomed by the West, seem to lead to disunity among European countries, whose heads of state appear unable to…

Innovation and Conflict: The Rise of Military Industries in Israel and Italy

IntroductionIn an era marked by persistent conflicts, the Israeli military industry and the initiatives of the Leonardo Foundation acquire complex nuances, especially in light of the current conflict in Gaza. While both entities embody technological progress and innovation, it is imperative to question the ethical implications of their…

UCRAINA: LE QUESTIONI NASCOSTE DI UNA GUERRA PREVEDIBILE

YVES BONNET Premesso La guerra moderna è meno ideologica e più economica, e le sue manifestazioni sono più sicure di quanto sembri. Senza che ce ne accorgiamo, la posta in gioco principale degli ultimi conflitti risiede nel controllo dell’energia in tutte le sue forme. La guerra russo-ucraina non…

The Influence of Mineral Resources on National Power and Global Dominance: A Comparative Analysis of the United States and China

Abstract This article explores the critical role of mineral resources in determining the military and global power of nations, highlighting how mineral resources are fundamental for the production of defensive technologies and ammunition. Through historical and contemporary analysis, the article emphasizes the concept of mining power, that is,…

Shadows of Rome: James Angleton and the Evolution of Allied Counterintelligence 

The appointment of Sublieutenant James Angleton, known by the codename “Artifice,” as head of the Special Counter Intelligence Unit Z (SCI-Z) in Rome marks a turning point in the history of Allied counterespionage during World War II. Founded in Naples in January 1944, the primary purpose of SCI-Z…

“The Global Chessboard: Economic Strategies and Geopolitical Conflicts in the Shadow of the US Dollar Hegemony”

The creation of the New Development Bank by the BRICS is essentially an attempt to challenge the international financial order dominated by the dollar and institutions controlled by the United States. This move reflects the desire of emerging countries to have more influence in the global economy and…

LE CONFLIT RUSSO-UKRAINIEN : UNE GUERRE POUR QUI ?

YVES BONNET  https://cf2r.org/tribune/le-conflit-russo-ukrainien-une-guerre-pour-qui/ Breve storia dell’Ucraina Giuridicamente, l’Ucraina nasce nel XX secolo, precisamente il 17 marzo 1917, distaccandosi dalla Russia e dall’Austria-Ungheria; quindi, emerge come una giovane nazione da una lunga occupazione polacca e lituana e ha subito varie annessioni, per lo più russe. La parola Ucraina (“frontiera”)…

THE RUSSO-UKRAINIAN CONFLICT: A WAR FOR WHOM?

YVES BONNET titled “THE RUSSO-UKRAINIAN CONFLICT: A WAR FOR WHOM?” Link : https://cf2r.org/tribune/le-conflit-russo-ukrainien-une-guerre-pour-qui/ Brief History of Ukraine Legally, Ukraine was born in the 20th century, specifically on March 17, 1917, by separating from Russia and Austria-Hungary; thus, it emerged as a young nation from a long Polish and…

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