Browsing All posts tagged under »geopolitics«

Defrosted Tango!

December 21, 2014

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A last minute interpretation of the fall of the other invisible Wall of the Cold War era. Advertisements

Ahmadinejad’s tour and Clinton’s half-truths

January 10, 2012

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In the board game of Geopolitics there are always two sides playing. Or more, obviously. What is not so obvious is that reputed political analysts sometimes are just re-writing the guidelines provided by just only one of the players. This is what I thought of the brief Andres Oppenheimer’s piece I had to illustrate for […]

China’s “Subtle Power”

September 20, 2011

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Joseph Nye’s notion of “soft power” as  a complement to military “hard power”  has brought confidence to American strategists in their ability to attract and influence the best intelligences of the world. Now, after a decade of focusing in the “war on terror” and its disastrous economic and social showing, it’s time to take notice […]