Linee Strategiche – 14/07/2013

Alcune segnalazioni dal sito

– Israeli Military Invests In Cyber Warfare (Al-Monitor),

– Emir Signals Change by Replacing HBJ As Head of Qatar Investment Authority (Al-Monitor),
– Iraqi Law to Reform Political Financing Blocked in Parliament (Al-Monitor),
– Bringing Money Back to the Real Economy (ISPI),
– Analyzing Taksim – Istanbul Protests: What is next ? (ISPI),
– Putin’s fragile empire (European Council on Foreign Relations),
– Lo spionaggio dell’Nsa e le priorità degli Usa in America Latina  (Limes online),
– Tehran’s Take On Egypt’s Revolutionary Coup (Brookings),
– Iran Press Report: The Outlook for Nuclear Negotiations Under Rouhani (Brookings),
– Can demographic growth drive society forward ? (World Economic Forum),
– What happens when China’s urban population reaches 1 billion ? (World Economic Forum),
– Antonio Sampaio: Colombia’s good year ? (International Institute for Strategic Studies),
– Mark Fitzpatrick: Mid-summer in Israel, where concern about Iran is uncooled (International Institute for Strategic Studies),
– IEA shows benefits of improved energy efficiency of urban transport systems (International Energy Agency),,39543,en.html
– Argentina: nuovo default ? (Eurasia),
– La “questione indigena” in Perù (Eurasia),
– Resisting the Global Crackdown on Civil Society (Freedom House),
– Liberalization or Litigation? Time to Rethink the International Investment Regime (Cato Institute),
– Sheikh-Up in Qatar (Cato Institute),
– Why the Sahel Is Crucial to Europe’s Neighborhood — and Its Security Strategy (The German Marshall Fund of the United States),
– The Building and Unraveling of Security Communities (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace),
– China & India: All Not Quiet on the Western Front (The Diplomat),
– Iran’s Water Crisis: A Bigger Threat Than Israel ? (The Diplomat),
– Has Snowden Killed Internet Freedom ? (The Diplomat),
– What the Eurasian Union is about (Strategic Culture Foundation),
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