Linee Strategiche – 27/07/2013

Alcune segnalazioni dal sito
–  Obama rilancia il suo secondo mandato (Meridiani),

– In Brasile, papa Francesco entra nel mercato della fede (Limes online),

– Economia e strategia: in Asia, gli Usa puntano sull’India (Limes online),

– La Fratellanza musulmana dopo Morsi (AffarInternazionali),

– The UK and Italy: how interests can converge on EU issues (Aspenia online),

– India: Al Qaeda’s Call To Muslim Youth – Analysis (Eurasia review),

– Unfamiliar Territory – Analysis (Eurasia review),

– India as a “Global Swing State”: A New Framework For U.S. Engagement with India (The German Marshall Fund of the United States),

– Changing Climate for Carbon Taxes: Who’s Afraid of the WTO ? (The German Marshall Fund of the United States),

– Steps to Smarter Chinese Investment in the United States (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace),

– A New Focus for U.S.-China Cooperation: Low-Carbon Cities (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace),

– Zimbabwe elections: a recipe for disaster ? (Institute for Security Studies),

– Collision Course. The U.S. and India are headed for a trade war over immigration and protectionism. Can it be stopped before it’s too late ? (Foreign Policy),

– Europe and the Gulf: A Return to Normalcy ? (Istituto Affari Internazionali),

– What Role for the European Commission in the New Governance of the Economic and Monetary Union ? (Istituto Affari Internazionali),

– The Winner is TAP: The EU’s Failed Policy in the South Caucasus (Istituto Affari Internazionali),

– Will Tunisia Follow Egypt ? (Brookings),

– Chinese Urbanization: Field of Dreams or Real Estate Fantasy ? (Brookings),

– “Il Mali risorgerà”. Intervista a Tièman Hubert Coulibaly (Limes online),

– The Time for a Serious Discussion on the Future of Global Cyberspace Has Come (Strategic Culture Foundation),
– Russia Reaffirms Recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhazia (Strategic Culture Foundation),

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