Consigli di lettura | Osservatorio Eurispes sui Temi Internazionali – Aprile 2021
- Ben Hall. Sanctions spat has forced EU to reassess its China strategy (Financial Times): The sanctions exchange last week has also forced the EU to reappraise its China strategy.
- Christian Goldbaum e Eric Schmitt. In Bid to Boost Its Profile, ISIS Turns to Africa’s Militants (The New York Times): Violence by Islamist extremists in Africa reached a record high last year. After defeats in Syria and Iraq, the terrorist group has found a new lifeline in Africa.
- Philip Stephens. Europe has a lot to learn from Biden’s audacity (Financial Times): Politics throws up two types of chief. There are these perpetually reaching for an umbrella and others, far fewer in quantity, who got down to change the weather.
- Edward Lucas. Russia is again testing the West over Ukraine (The Times): Six years after it invaded Ukraine, Russia is at it again, menacing its neighbor and undermining the security of us all.
- Nicolas Barotte. Où on est la cours aux armes nucléaires? (Le Figaro) : L’augmentation du plafond du nombre de têtes nucléaires détenues par le Royaume-Uni vient mettre un terme à des décennies de réduction du nombre d’armes nucléaires dans le camp occidental. Est-elle le signe d’un basculement vers une nouvelle course aux armements?
- Hannah Beech. Myanmar Coup Puts the Seal on Autocracy’s Rise in Southeast Asia (The New York Times): Not long ago, democracy seemed to be surging in the region. But in Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines and elsewhere, it is in trouble.