Archive for the South-Central Asia Category

“The Decay of Western Civilisation and Resurgence of Russia”, a new book by Glenn Diesen

Between Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft Routledge, Rethinking Asia and International Relations, 208 pages What explains the rise of populist movements across the West and their affinity towards Russia? UKIP’s Brexit victory, Trump’s triumph, and the successive elections and referendums in Europe were united by a repudiation of the liberal international order. These new political forces envision […]


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Tālibān – Colloqui con l’Iran sull’Afghanistan post-americano

di Jamal Ismail Editor’s note Islamic World Analyzes, by introducing the following article (Italian version), intends stressing its stance on the subject that has proposed several times as, while opposing to the war propaganda embraced by almost all international political analysts, it defended the need to deem the Tālibān as important players in the intricate Afghan […]


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London, UK – November 27th-28th, 2018: “Diplomacy for a Smart World”

THE SECOND EDITION OF THE LONDON DIPLOMATIC SUMMIT NEW DIPLOMACY  The London Diplomatic Summit is an annual forum for in-depth debate and discussion of the most pressing challenges facing the world today. It exists to meet the need for a different kind of high-level global meeting: more inclusive, connected, and results-oriented. The rapid social and […]


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Myanmar – Amnesty International ritira la sua più alta onorificenza a Aung San Suu Kyi

Il mese scorso la 73enne leader de facto del Myanmar era stata privata della cittadinanza onoraria canadese per il suo mancato intento di parlare in difesa dei Rohingya Libera traduzione da: The News Minute, November 13, 2018, 12:27 Lunedì Amnesty International ha privato Aung San Suu Kyi [nella foto sopra, N.d.T.] della sua più alta onorificienza per […]


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Makhachkala, Dagestan – November 10th-13th, 2018: 4th Annual Meeting of the Group of Strategic Vision Russia-Islamic World

The capital of Russia’s southern Republic of Dagestan is set to host the fourth annual meeting of the Russia – Islamic World group on November 10-13. The gathering in Makhachkala is expected to focus on the prospects of Russia’s relationship with the global Muslim community amid growing terrorist threats and security challenges. In particular, the […]


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20 novembre 2018: Mawlid an-Nabī (per i Sunniti)


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25 novembre 2018: Mawlid an-Nabī (per gli Sciiti)


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Iraq – Il potente trio sciita Ṣadr-Naṣrallāh-Sulaimānī trova l’accordo su al-Mahdī candidato Primo Ministro

di Makram Najmuddine* Libera traduzione da: Al-Monitor, September 26, 2018 ʿĀdil ʿAbd al-Mahdī [nella foto sopra di LaGrandeOurs, N.d.T.], già Ministro del Petrolio e Ministro delle Finanze e già Vice Presidente del Paese, è il più recente nome ad emergere come probabile candidato per la premiership iraqena. A seguito di negoziati che avrebbero coinvolto Ḥizb Allāh, Mahdī sembra ora […]


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RUSSIA – “TATARSTAN-PUTIN: A CROSSED CHALLENGE”

A new Glauco D’Agostino’s book on the Volga-Ural ethnic and religious peculiarities within an institutional competition between the Kremlin and autonomies Tatarstan and the Middle Volga region are a crossroad of geo-political interests extending to Central Asia, a hub of Turkophone communities. It’s a historical and geographical evidence Tatarstan is part and parcel of Russia. […]


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Repubblica Islamica dell’Iran – Nucleare: la decisione di Trump isola gli USA

Gli Iraniani potrebbero rivolgersi ad un “Presidente militare” se l’accordo nucleare crollasse   Elaborazione da fonti: Julian Pecquet and Rohollah Faghihi, in Al-Monitor, May 9, 2018 Fin dalla vittoria di Donald Trump nelle elezioni presidenziali americane del 2016, gli intransigenti iraniani hanno esultato per le sue promesse di sopprimere l’accordo nucleare – risultato della firma del Presidente […]


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15 maggio 2018: Inizio del Ramaḍān


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Pakistan – 25 luglio 2018: elezioni generali


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