Linee Strategiche – 31/05/2013

– Will Iran’s Presidential Election Prove A Jalili Juggernaut ? (Brookings).
– Africa’s Challenge to End Extreme Poverty by 2030: Too Slow or Too Far Behind ? (Brookings).
– Internally Displaced Women: Record Number, Unresolved Challenges (Brookings).
– US Fast Forwards Plans on Syria (Strategic Culture Foundation).
– Temelín: Strategic Growth Project for Russian-Czech Relations (Strategic Culture Foundation).

– Marianne and Brunhilde: Reflections on France and Germany in Europe (Part II) (The Globalist).

– National Security and Climate Change (The Globalist).

– L’orizzonte strategico dell’Unione europea (AffarInternazionali).

– La precisione svizzera di Pechino (Limes online).

– The Aspen European Dialogue – considerazioni conclusive di Paolo Savona (Aspenia online).

– Sexual Violence and Inequality in India (Council on Foreign Relations).

– Why a Saudi Virus Is Spreading Alarm (Council on Foreign Relations).

– The Dunkirk Diplomat (Council on Foreign Relations).

– Pork and Politics: Chinese Investment in the United States Keeps on Growing (Council on Foreign Relations).

– Obama’s Low Bar for Drones Transparency (Council on Foreign Relations) .

– Is the Fed Right to Calibrate Asset Purchases to Economic Data ? (Council on Foreign Relations).

– Agriculture, Structural Change and the Urban Imperative in African Development (Council on Foreign Relations).

– A New Chance for European Politics (Project-Syndicate).

– A Talking Cure for Syria (Project-Syndicate).

– La Cina rafforza la posizione militare in Tibet in funzione anti-indiana (Meridiani).

– L’antieuropeismo in Gran Bretagna (Meridiani).

– (Libano/Siria) Between murder and resistance (openDemocracy).

– Militarism, insecurity and non-state actors: ‘the other invasion’ (openDemocracy).

– Challenging militarized masculinities (openDemocracy).

– Iran: grim choices for president (openDemocracy).

– Sharif, the army and the Taliban (openDemocracy).

– Buying Time? Money, Guns and Politics in the West Bank (International Crisis Group).

– Palestine’s Changing Politics (International Crisis Group).

– Three Reasons why Colombia’s Land Reform Deal is Significant (International Crisis Group).

– China’s economic reform: Don’t hold your breath (The German Marshall Fund of the United States).

– Better to Suffer Inside the Eurozone (The German Marshall Fund of the United States).

– EU Commissioner, MEP, and Energy Experts Discuss Challenges of EU Shale Gas Competition (The German Marshall Fund of the United States).

– Short of Skilled Hands, Germany Looks South (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).

– Abkhazia, the Comfortable Conflict Zone (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).

– Misconceptions About China’s Growth in Military Spending (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).

– Averting a Crisis: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).

– Opportunities and Challenges Confronting Russian Oil (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).

– The Geopolitics of Gas and the Syrian Crisis (Strategic Culture Foundation).
– Whither Afghan Pak Relations ? (I) (Strategic Culture Foundation).
in collaborazione con Link Campus University e con London Academy of Diplomacy (University of East Anglia)



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