Separatism in Europe – Belgium

Separatism in Europe – Belgium

Belgium is one of the most developed western European countries, which has played and still plays an important role in the evolution of the European Union. It was one of the founding members of the EU and its capital, Brussels, hosts the headquarters of EU and NATO institutions. It may seem curious that in this very […]

The geopolitics of chaos

The geopolitics of chaos

Translated by Ana Maria Miu Lately the world has been in an extreme state of tension caused by an old concern: the development of nuclearprograms by so called “dangerous states”. After the United States used this phrase in 2003 as an argument to invade Iraq and establish a democracy in this country, it was Iran’s turn to make the American’s list. […]

Libya – the Iraq of France

Libya – the Iraq of France

The revolution in Libya is one of the most violent events in the entire Arab world so far. It has become a civil war with an important stake … oil. So far, Libya is just another state that has been struck by the powerful movements in the Islamic region. There are more than three weeks […]

Is the Iranian menace a reality?

Is the Iranian menace a reality?

The recent opening of the nuclear plant in Bushehr together with the rumors that the International Atomic Energy Agency can prove that Iran has a military nuclear program, draw attention over the ‘Iranian problem’, at a global level. However, is it really a problem? According to the US President, Barack Obama, George W. Bush was […]

Quo vadis? NATO after the end of Cold War

Quo vadis? NATO after the end of Cold War

“I bear solemn witness to the fact that NATO heads of state and of government meet only to go through the tedious motions of reading speeches, drafted by others, with the principal objective of not rocking the boat.”  The dissolution of the Warsaw Pact in 1991 has left the North Atlantic Treaty Organization without an […]

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