Linee Strategiche – 11/06/2013

Segnaliamo:

– Investing in Credibility: The Story of the Americas (Foreign Policy Association). http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2013/06/07/investing-in-credibility-the-story-of-the-americas/

– India and Pakistan: Dangers Ahead for the Revived Spirit of Lahore (Foreign Policy Association). http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2013/06/06/india-and-pakistan-dangers-ahead-for-the-revived-spirit-of-lahore/

– Permanent Arctic Council Secretariat opens in Tromso, strengthening Norway’s position in Arctic (Foreign Policy Association). http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2013/06/05/permanent-arctic-council-secretariat-opens-in-tromso-strengthening-norways-position-in-arctic/

– After the Revolts: Arab-West Relations (Part 1/2) (Foreign Policy Association). http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2013/06/05/after-the-revolts-arab-west-relations-part-12/

Erdogan è davvero finito ? (AffarInternazionali). http://www.affarinternazionali.it/articolo.asp?ID=2337

An Uncertain Road to Peace: Domestic and Regional Challenges in the Turkish-Kurdish Process (Istituto Affari Internazionali). http://www.iai.it/content.asp?langid=1&contentid=936

– Il tassello birmano nel “Pivot to Asia” di Washington (Aspenia online). https://www.aspeninstitute.it/aspenia-online/article/il-tassello-birmano-nel-%E2%80%9Cpivot-asia%E2%80%9D-di-washington

– Collision course: US and China at cyberwar ? (Aspenia online). https://www.aspeninstitute.it/aspenia-online/article/collision-course-us-and-china-cyberwar

– The US-China summit: why cooperation remains tentative (Aspenia online). https://www.aspeninstitute.it/aspenia-online/article/us-china-summit-why-cooperation-remains-tentative

– Xi vince ai punti l’incontro con Obama (Limes online). http://temi.repubblica.it/limes/xi-vince-ai-punti-lincontro-con-obama/48106

– Chinese Companies in Latin America (Center for Strategic and International Studies). http://csis.org/multimedia/audio-chinese-companies-latin-america

– Tensions in the South China Sea: The South China Sea in Focus. http://csis.org/multimedia/video-managing-tensions-south-china-sea

– Managing Tensions in the South China Sea: Keynote (Center for Strategic and International Studies). http://csis.org/multimedia/video-managing-tensions-south-china-sea-keynote

– Beyond Compliance: Nonproliferation and the Private Sector (Center for Strategic and International Studies). http://csis.org/multimedia/video-beyond-compliance-nonproliferation-and-private-sector

– Do UN Global Development Goals Matter to the United States ? (Center for Strategic and International Studies). http://csis.org/publication/do-un-global-development-goals-matter-united-states

– I.D. Politics: Sarajevo Protest Shows a Weakened State (International Crisis Group). http://www.crisisgroupblogs.org/balkanregatta/2013/06/07/id-politics-sarajevo-protest-shows-a-weakened-state/


– Japan’s ‘Pacifist’ Militarization (Hudson Institute).  http://www.hudson.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=publication_details&id=9621

Israel in the Whirlwind: A New Government Meets a Changing Security Environment (The Washington Institute). http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/israel-in-the-whirlwind-a-new-government-meets-a-changing-security-environm– New Palestinian Prime Minister Is a Victory for Fatah (The Washington Institute). http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/dont-discount-the-iranian-election

The Islamic Republic’s Art of Survival: Neutralizing Domestic and Foreign Threats (The Washington Institute). http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/the-islamic-republics-art-of-survival-neutralizing-domestic-and-foreign-thr

The Islamic Republic’s Will to Survive: Likely Nuclear Resistance, Unlikely Social Revolt (The Washington Institute). http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/the-islamic-republics-will-to-survive-likely-nuclear-resistance-unlikely-so

– Racism in Russia: How Moscow Capitalizes on Xenophobia (World Policy). http://www.worldpolicy.org/blog/2013/06/07/racism-russia-how-moscow-capitalizes-xenophobia

– Britain’s Imperial Apology (World Policy). http://www.worldpolicy.org/blog/2013/06/06/britains-imperial-apology

– Putin’s Self-Destruction (Foreign Affairs). http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139442/ivan-krastev-and-vladislav-inozemtsev/putins-self-destruction

– (Books) Anglo-America and Its Discontents; Sinicization and the Rise of China (Foreign Affairs). http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139230/edited-by-peter-j-katzenstein-edited-by-peter-j-katzenstein/anglo-america-and-its-discontents-civilizational-ide

– Beijing Does It Better (Foreign Affairs). http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139447/scott-moskowitz/beijing-does-it-better

– China’s Search for A New Energy Strategy (Foreign Affairs). http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139425/damien-ma/chinas-search-for-a-new-energy-strategy

–  (Books) The Persistence of Arab Anti-Americanism (Foreign Affairs). http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139120/marc-lynch/the-persistence-of-arab-anti-americanism

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