Linee Strategiche – 17/06/2013

Segnaliamo:

Iranians Choose A Centrist As Next President (Al-Monitor). http://iranpulse.al-monitor.com/index.php/2013/06/2212/iranians-choose-a-centrist-as-next-president/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=iranians-choose-a-centrist-as-next-president

– George Friedman and Robert D. Kaplan on the Rise of Sectarianism in the Middle East (Stratfor). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8VLIDNt57o&feature=youtube_gdata
– Bridging the Civil-Military Divide (World Policy). http://www.worldpolicy.org/blog/2013/06/14/bridging-civil-military-divide
Auctioning the Future of Work (World Policy). http://www.worldpolicy.org/journal/summer2013/auctioning-future-work
– Syria’s Collapse and How Washington Can Stop It (The Washington Institute – Foreign Affairs). http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/syrias-collapse-and-how-washington-can-stop-it#.UbtOnAoV-z8.twitter
The Asian Power Web (Center for a New American Security). http://www.cnas.org/theasianpowerweb
– Looking Forward: U.S. National Security Beyond the Wars (Center for a New American Security). http://www.cnas.org/CNAS2013
The Sunnylands Summit: Keeping North Korea in Perspective (38north.org). http://38north.org/2013/06/aromberg061413/
Are the Boston Marathon Bombings tied to a New American Campaign into the Caucasus (Strategic Culture Foundation). http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2013/06/17/are-boston-marathon-bombings-tied-new-american-campaign-into-caucasus.html
– Unrest in Turkey: Broader Outlook (Strategic Culture Foundation). http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2013/06/17/unrest-in-turkey-broader-outlook.html
Syria, Iran and American Superciliousness (The Globalist). http://www.theglobalist.com/StoryId.aspx?StoryId=10034
– Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (Council on Foreign Relations). http://www.cfr.org/iran/irans-revolutionary-guards/p14324
Issue Guide: G8 Summit 2013 (Council on Foreign Relations). http://www.cfr.org/global-governance/issue-guide-g8-summit-2013/p30931
– Iran’s Hope and Change Election ? (Council on Foreign Relations). http://www.cfr.org/middle-east/irans-hope-change-election/p30936
Prudence And Hope Prevail: Iran Election Reflects Desire For Change (Brookings). http://www.brookings.edu/blogs/iran-at-saban/posts/2013/06/15-rouhani-iran-president

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Analysts Examine Debate Over US Arms to Syrian Rebels (Voice of America), http://www.voanews.com/content/syria-rebels-arms-us/1682024.html

–          Iran election: Early count puts reformist-backed candidate in the lead (CBS), http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50148967n

–          The timing and impact of US support for Syria’s rebels (itv.com), http://www.itv.com/news/2013-06-14/the-timing-and-impact-of-us-support-for-syrias-rebels/

–          U.S.’ Pivot Toward Asia a Turning Point in U.S.-China Relations (Brookings), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJu36HTHqcU&feature=youtu.be

–          India Must Increase Focus on Education to Meet Opportunity of Economic Growth (Brookings), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WjHGf3BvjA&feature=youtu.be

–          Political risk must-reads (Reuters), http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/2013/06/14/political-risk-must-reads-18/

–          Ten million child labourers in domestic work (International Labour Organization), http://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/newsroom/news/WCMS_215170/lang–en/index.htm

–          OECD Development Centre Newsletter – June (OECD), http://www.oecd.org/dev/developmentcentrenewsletter-june.htm

–          Syria, the U.S., and Arming the Rebels: Assad’s Use of Chemical Weapons and Obama’s Red Line (Brookings), http://www.brookings.edu/blogs/up-front/posts/2013/06/14-syria-us-arming-rebels-assad-use-chemical-weapons-and-obamas-red-line

–          Iran, al potere l’uomo del dialogo (Corriere della Sera). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZOTDQ&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          “Armi ai ribelli siriani ? Il si Usa era già deciso”. Pronte da mesi le basi in Turchia e Giordania (Avvenire). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZOU60&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Ma l’Iran non cambierà linea su Assad (La Stampa). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ58R&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Riflettori puntati sullo sviluppo di Israele (Italia Oggi).  http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ6AR&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          “Non illudiamoci, in Iran decide Khamenei” (la Repubblica). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ2R6&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          “Hanno distrutto l’Onda verde. Ma non abbiamo mai ceduto” (La Stampa). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZOUMH&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Usa. Bernanke chiama la fine della crisi (CorrierEconomia). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ36U&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Spence: “La Merkel non cederà, il rigore resta la sua bandiera” (la Repubblica). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ2E3&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          L’Europa è più severa con le agenzie di rating (Sole 24 Ore). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ43C&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Abenomics, fase due nei bilanci delle aziende la resurrezione della Corporate Japan (Affari & Finanza). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ7MZ&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Croati, africani e cinesi, l’assalto delle griffe straniere al “melting pot” del fashion (Affari & Finanza). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ7H8&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Il conflitto a Damasco risveglia la guerra fredda (la Repubblica). http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ27G&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Le due Turchie che non si parlano (Corriere della Sera), http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ3ID&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Se anche l’Islam si secolarizza (la Repubblica), http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZQ3LH&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          Usa – Cina, la nuova guerra è cibernetica (Il Messaggero), http://rassegna.esteri.it/utility/imgrs.asp?numart=1ZOS12&annart=2013&numpag=1&tipcod=0&tipimm=1&defimm=0

–          G8 leaders must play to differing public expectations on economy (Pew Research Center), http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2013/06/14/g8-leaders-must-play-to-differing-public-expectations-on-economy/

–          BioWatch faces congressional hearing this week (Los Angeles Times), http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-biowatch-20130617,0,5290120.story

–          La filosofia che chiarisce la fisica (Domenica Sole 24 Ore, Carlo Rovelli), http://foglianuova.wordpress.com/2013/06/16/carlo-rovelli-la-filosofia-che-chiarisce-la-fisica/

–          Il mondo sommerso dalle maree (Domenica Sole 24 Ore, Amitav Ghosh), http://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/cultura/2013-06-16/mondo-sommerso-maree-084636.shtml?uuid=Ab3L1Q5H

 

 

(by Marco Emanuele)