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Causes of Qatar’s continued positive approach to relation with Iran

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Senior Researcher and Analyst of International Affairs Past relations between the two nations: Qatar is a country located in the southwest of Asia, in the east of the Arabian Peninsula and southern part of the Persian Gulf. Qatar is in fact a small peninsula surrounded …

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The viral economy of Covid-19 and the Italian and European economy

Giancarlo Elia Valori The economic data linked to the mass infection by Covid-19 is already very alarming. The Italian public health system, along with many other primary sectors of public spending, has already bore the brunt of budgetary restrictions. Currently, the deficit we record in relation to the …

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Turkey Now Claims Syria’s Idlib Province as Turkish Territory

Eric Zuesse    On February 26th, Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s President, told his Islamist political party that Idlib, which is the most heavily jihadist of all of Syria’s provinces and the province where Syria had been sending jihadists who had been defeated but not killed by the Syrian army …

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Trump Visits Modi and Delhi Erupts in Anti-Muslim Riots

Dr. Arshad Khan The photo of the U.S. President and the First Lady standing in front of the iconic Taj Mahal is as expected of a visit to India.  It is also emblematic of Muslim rule from the late 12th century until the 18th when the Mughal Empire …

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Banks and Artificial Intelligence

Giancarlo Elia Valori “Artificial Intelligence” is a terminology specifically invented in 1956 by John McCarthy and concerns the ability to make appropriate generalizations quickly, but based on an inevitably limited set of data. The wider the scope and the faster conclusions are drawn, and with minimal information, the …

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Problems of US Military Presence in Middle East and Reasons Behind

Yang Yizhong and Luo Yusen* The United States has hundreds of military bases across the globe. It set bases in several countries such as Italy, Japan, Honduras, Burkina Faso, Iraq, Thailand, and Philippines. The  military presence secures US interest and regional stability. Yet the US faces obstacles to …

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The current relations between the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

 Giancarlo Elia Valori As is well known, Kim Jong-Un imposed precise time and political limits on negotiations with the USA by the end of 2019. Moreover, at that stage, the US intelligence community was discussing North Korea’s adoption of a new short-range missile, which would make its appearance …

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