Linee strategiche – 08/09/2014

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

– NATO Summit: Look at Results (Arkady Dziuba, Strategic Culture Foundation),

– Occidente e Russia: la sfida del realismo (Marta Dassù, Aspenia online),

– The Third Chechen War? The Islamic State’s Imagined Qoqaz Caliphate And Russia’s Fractious Ciscaucasia (John R. Haines, Eurasia reivew),

– The China-EU Strategic Partnership On Development: Unfulfilled Potential (Sven Grimm, Eurasia review – FRIDE),

– Religious Radicalisation In Xinjiang: Is China’s Game-plan To Blame? (Bhavna Singh, Eurasia review – IPCS),

– Al Qaeda In South Asia: The Terror World Championship Begins (Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy, Eurasia review – IPCS),

– China Forging International Law: The SCO Experience (David Suter, The Diplomat),

– Malaysia’s Sedition Debate (Kirsten Han, The Diplomat),

– Pyongyang Receives Key Japan Officials Before Report Release (Clint Richards, The Diplomat),

– Japan’s Abe Visits Bangladesh and Sri Lanka (Ankit Panda, The Diplomat),

Guess who’s coming for Iftar? (Hamid Dabashi, Al Jazeera),

– On savagery and war (Marwan Bishara, Al Jazeera),

Will Iran’s nuclear file soon become a distant memory? (Camelia Entekhabi-Fard, Al Arabiya),

– Russia will stand its ground despite ISIS threats (Maria Dubovikova, Al Arabiya),

– World leaders should hang their heads in shame (Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, Al Arabiya),

– Wrestling political phantoms to the ground (John Bell, Al Jazeera),

– Verso una Nato a due velocità (Vincenzo Camporini, AffarInternazionali),

– Nato, ecco i risultati veri e finti del summit in Galles (Carlo Jean, Formiche),

– Il renzismo per cooptazione in Francia e Spagna (Riccardo Pennisi, AffarInternazionali),

– Il dilemma per Kiev: congelare un compromesso o puntare all’integrità territoriale? (Davide Denti, Aspenia online),


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