By Ambra Visentin After many months of tension between France and Algeria, President Emmanuel Macron met his counterpart Abdelmadjid Tebboune in Algiers from 25 to 27 August. Under the leadership of the two presidents, constitutionally 'commanders-in-chief of the armed forces',...
By Filippo Rossi For months now, Turkey and its President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have been playing a major and prominent role in the international crisis that erupted with the start of the Ukrainian conflict on 24 February, which soon becaem...
By Ambra Visentin Near Bristol, 150 km west of London, the source of the river Thames has temporarily disappeared. The reservoirs have gradually emptied and since this week gardens watering is forbidden. At the centre of the debate are...
By Raffaele Crocco. The black wave that is the new phase of the war in Ukraine is reaching the Mediterranean. The war looks more and more like a huge chess game, with too many players around the table trying to...
By Raffaele Crocco For once, the international community agrees: from the US to China to the EU and the UN, all say that the fighting around the Zaporizhzhia atomic power plant creates the 'risk of a catastrophic nuclear accident'. Environmental...
  By Ishaan Tharoor*(with Sammy Westfall) -The Washington Post This article appeared first on our partner website Othernews A couple months after launching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin tried to justify his war by pointing to the Western Balkans. In...
Serbian documents and number plates in Kosovo are causing yet another crisis in the country. In the eye of the storm is the entry into force of two new regulations on car number plates and travel documents for visitors...
This time it really seems possible. After a difficult time negotiating, the European dream of Albania and North Macedonia is taking shape and defined contours, a candidacy path that began in 2005 for North Macedonia and in 2014 for...
The editorial piece is written by our founder and director, Raffaele Crocco. The days were between 11 and 18 July, the year 1995. The militiamen of the Army of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina entered Srebrenica in those...
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, NATO has once again become a major player on the world stage. If in fact until recently it had been described by commentators as an organisation in deep crisis, even...

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