Linee strategiche – 02/09/2014

by Marco Emanuele with Link Campus University,
Some news from Linee strategiche (a narrative of global complexity),
– Islamic State – Another Boomerang to Hit West Right in its Head (Dmitry Minin, Strategic Culture Foundation), 

– Myanmar’s Controversial Census (Philip Heijmans, The Diplomat),

– La Nato e la partita con Mosca (Alessandro Marrone, AffarInternazionali),

– The BRICS: Challengers To Global Status Quo (Walden Bello, Eurasia review – FPIF),

– Why The Debate Over Energy Storage Utterly Misses The Point (Chris Dalby, Eurasia review –,

– La svolta a sinistra dell’America Latina rischia di fermarsi in Brasile e Uruguay (Maurizio Stefanini, Limes online),

– Why Israel? (Shlomo Ben-Ami, Project-Syndicate),

– Let the Middle East Govern Itself (Jeffrey D. Sachs, Project-Syndicate),

– Down with Dengism (Minxin Pei, Project-Syndicate),

– Iran and its sudden defense of the Kurds (Abdulrahman al-Rashed, Al Arabiya),

– When Syrian soldiers become the victims (Diana Moukalled, Al Arabiya),

– Putin’s leadership qualities outshine Obama’s (Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, Al Arabiya),

– Ukraine, Iraq and a Black Sea Strategy (George Friedman, Stratfor),

– Japan’s Agriculture Dilemma (Clint Richards, The Diplomat),

– Indonesia: Now the Real Work Begins (Joseph Chinyong Liow, Lex Rieffel, Brookings),

– U.S. and European Publics Support a More Traditional Role for NATO (Josh Raisher, German Marshall Fund of the United States),

– Nigeria’s Interminable Insurgency? Addressing the Boko Haram Crisis (Marc-Antoine Pérouse de Montclos, Chatham House),

– Crisis in Iraq (Chatham House),

– Ecco i 3 dossier del summit Nato in Galles (Carlo Jean, Formiche),


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