W
hich are the psycho-political mechanisms and the actual policies that have led Donald Trump to power? It is not something simple to define. Certainly the Presidency of the businessman having a German origin - as former President Eisenhower’s – has gone against all the tenets and dogmas of the now intolerable politically correct. It has tackled the core of the US crisis that is much more evident at social level than Europe’s, which is not politically correct but at least has the Welfare State.

Published in Americas

A
fter Donald J. Trump has become a president-elect of the United States of America there has been an ongoing debate about largely anything connected to that fact and not least about the President's vision of the U.S. foreign policy. While there is no lack of arguments from different experts, most of them agree that the change is coming to that particular area of the functioning of the state.

Published in Eastern Europe

Authors: Daniele Scalea, Alessandro Cipri (*)

I
t is particularly difficult to foretell what the foreign policy of a US president-elect will be. We have plenty of examples of US presidents who – after coming into office – did not follow through on their electoral campaign pledges.

Published in Europe

T
he stage is set. The world waits. There are murmurs and whispers. There are speculations and surmises. On 30th November OPEC and Non OPEC countries engage in a rendezvous in an effort to secure a deal. The whole world looks up to it. But a thwart seems to hang over.

Published in Energy

S
ectarian warfare is not a very new issue in the Islamic world because for decades Saudi-Arabia and Iran have had the ambition to dominate the Islamic globe, Iran exports the Shiite Islamic revolution doctrines and Saudi-Arabia the Wahabistic Islamic tenets to the Muslim world unfortunately both countries enjoy rich oil reserves and miss-using petro-bucks to lead the said world.

Published in Intelligence

I
n principle, Donald Trump thinks that the NATO and non-NATO US traditional allies are free riders, namely fully autonomous decision-makers which accept the US military support, but then do their own way, at least in foreign policy. Donald Trump does not want to pay billions of dollars to protect US friendly nations which, however, do not spend the amount required for their defense.

Published in Americas

I
n today’s shifting world order, energy geopolitics subjects to nation-states’ political and economic interests rather than physical control of energy resources. It also refers to the pivotal ability to impose prices on energy products, even to gain broad access to the wealthy energy resources through imposing leverage power by wealthy states over other countries in order to retain their multi-dimensional access to well-off energy reservoirs.

Published in Middle East

T
he two major non-Arab countries Iran and Turkey have the significant and most populated geographical locations in the region. From a historical perspective, it is clear that both of them have long shared similarities and differences regarding religion, national identity, populations, energy factor and etc.

Published in Middle East
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