Linee strategiche – 04/09/2014

by Marco Emanuele with Link Campus University,
Some news from Linee strategiche (a narrative of global complexity),

– La ricerca di risposte adeguate alla sfida dell’ISIS (Francesco Bascone, Aspenia online),

Poland: Victim of Colonial ambitions (Nikolai Malishevski, Strategic Culture Foundation),

– China’s War on Maritime Law (James R. Holmes, The Diplomat),

– Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream (Yang Hengjun, The Diplomat),

– Pakistani Protests Jeopardize Xi Jinping’s Visit (Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat),

– How India Can ‘Balance’ Relations with Japan and China (Ankit Panda, The Diplomat),

– 800 Years Later, an Ancient University Reopens in India (Akhilesh Pillalamarri, The Diplomat),

– Japan’s New Cabinet Seeking Regional Cool-Down (Clint Richards, The Diplomat),

– Dal Sinai allo Stato islamico, i nuovi fronti dell’Arabia Saudita (Eleonora Ardemagni, Limes online),

– India And Australia: Beyond Curry, Cricket And Commonwealth (Amit Gupta, Eurasia review – IPCS),

– China-ASEAN Relations: Hamstrung Soft Power In South China Sea? (Lim Kheng Swe, Eurasia review – RSIS),

– Soros Signals Argentina’s Shale Is Biggest Place To Be (James Stafford, Eurasia review –,

– Japan And India Emerge As Anchors Of Asian Security (Subhash Kapila, Eurasia review – SAAG),

– Urbanization and Demographics Could Skew China’s Economic Rebalancing (Stratfor),

– The shadowy world of North Korea’s palace economy (Andrei Lankov, Al Jazeera),

– Is Turkey’s long game in Iraq a success? (Saban Kardas, Al Jazeera),

– How Washington helped create Israel’s secret nuclear arsenal (Philip Giraldi, Al Jazeera),

Settlements and boycotts: Business as usual after the Gaza ceasefire (Daoud Kuttab, Al Arabiya),

Libya sparks Tunisia’s summer of concern (Oussama Romdhani, Al Arabiya),

On victory and false victory in Gaza (Ramzy Baroud, Al Arabiya),

– ISIS is bruised and desperate for American targets (Joyce Karam, Al Arabiya),

– Alba contro Dignità, in Libia si muova l’Ue (Roberto Aliboni, AffarInternazionali),

– Ucraina e Russia lavorano alla tregua ma gli scontri nell’Est proseguono (Giorgio Cuscito, Limes online),

– La bolla dello shale gas (Demostenes Floros, Limes online),

– La lunga “transizione” delle nuove istituzioni europee: un primo bilancio (Jacopo Rosatelli, Aspenia online),

– Raising Global Climate Ambition (Nigel Purvis, Center for American Progress),

– The State of the U.S. Labor Market: Pre-September 2014 Jobs Release (Jackie Odum, Michael Madowitz, Center for American Progress),

 – Administrative Action on Immigration Reform (Patrick Oakford, Center for American Progress) ,

– Green Growth. A U.S. Program for Controlling Climate Change and Expanding Job Opportunities (Center for American Progress),

– Cameroon: Prevention is Better than Cure (International Crisis Group),

– Gulf of Guinea: A Regional Solution to Piracy? (Thierry Vircoulon, International Crisis Group),

– Artico: nuove mosse su uno scacchiere instabile (Paolo Migliavacca, Quadrante Futuro),

– A Western Strategy for a Declining Russia (Joseph S. Nye, Project-Syndicate),

– Should Scotland Leave the Pound Zone? (Harold James, Project-Syndicate),

– Is Abenomics Working? (Koichi Hamada, Project-Syndicate),

– The BIS Bashers (Mojmír Hampl, Project-Syndicate),

– Africa’s Hidden Hunger (Ramadhani Abdallah Noor, Project-Syndicate),

– A Wrong Turn for Human Rights (David Tolbert, Project-Syndicate),

– Teaching Economic Dynamism (Edmund S. Phelps, Project-Syndicate),

– Countering the U.S. Image Problem (Council on Foreign Relations),

– Why NATO Should Eliminate its Tactical Nukes, Despite Russian Belligerence (Council on Foreign Relations),


Marco Emanuele blogs on strategiecomplesse – ritorno alla complessità,