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Saturday, 07 November 2009 14:41
by Alessandro Politi (EPOS)
EPOS Insights
The recent safe release of Pompey’s dredge crew members, abducted nearly three months ago in the wave of early spring attacks, reopens the debate over piracy in the Horn of Africa and some (namely human) of its implications.Europe would be a happy island if its problems were just caused by the recent conservative parties victory or by the low turnout for the European Parliament elections. Also the painful ratification process of the Lisbon treaty is not a terrible problem and in itself is not a real cloud on the future of the EU.
 
Friday, 07 August 2009 10:55
by Angelantonio Rosato (EPOS)
EPOS Insights

In an episode that has become all too familiar, the European Union’s announcement last spring that it will finance the modernization of Ukraine’s gas pipeline system sparked tensions with Moscow, again.

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s reaction to the news of the EU-Ukraine announcement left little room for ambiguity: “If Russia’s interests are going to be ignored, we will be compelled to begin reviewing the principles of our relations with our partners”It’s a never-ending drama – the gas crisis between Moscow and Kiev. So far the EU has played quite a passive role, but this could change in the future. And it remains to be seen what part the U.S. will play.

 
Sunday, 19 July 2009 13:16
by Mario Rino Me (EPOS)
EPOS Insights

The recent safe release of Pompey’s dredge crew members, abducted nearly three months ago in the wave of early spring attacks, reopens the debate over piracy in the Horn of Africa and some (namely human) of its implications.The phenomenon is still kick and alive despite current stillness caused by the seasonal SW monsoon, that should last till September, and patrol efforts trying to sanitize an huge water surface originating from 1600 nautical miles-long coast-line, off the coast from Aden to Kenia into the Indian Ocean.

 
Friday, 03 July 2009 23:48
by Babak Rahimi
EPOS Insights

The Islamic Republic of Iran, one of the world's only theocratic governments ruled by clerics, is undergoing a major crisis of legitimacy .As thousands of Iranians braved state police in the streets of Tehran and other major cities, the Islamist state now faces considerable resistance from many oppositional factions, who see the elections as fraudulent and the ruling clerics as morally corrupt. Amid such crisis, one unlikely faction that has emerged to confront the regime is the Shia Islamic leadership based in the shrine-city of Qom.

 
Friday, 26 June 2009 10:27

Epos converses with Minq Li

by Giancarlo Rossi (EPOS)
EPOS Conversations

In this conversation the Chinese political dissident Minqi Li summarizes the content of his book "The rise of China and the demise of the world economy". He explains why, to his opinion, China has become one of the most important countries in the world in the international division of labour, but at the same time its rising will pose exceedingly difficult problems to the world economy. He also elaborates on the Tienanmen protests of 1989, explaining why they were repressed.

 

 
Thursday, 25 June 2009 18:08
by Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra (EPOS)
EPOS Insights
The prospects of peace in the Indian subcontinent post-26/11 appear bleak. The meeting of the top leaders of India and Pakistan at the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg on 16 June 2009 did not bring any respite to the peace seekers in the subcontinent as the pronouncements aftermath added only to the fragile nature of bilateral relations.
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