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Federico Pieraccini

Independent freelance writer specialized in international affairs, conflicts, politics and strategies

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May 7, 2019
Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative: Why China Will Prevail

The Chinese initiative aims to offer to all the countries involved equal opportunities for development based not on military and/or economic power but on a real capacity to improve the well-being of all parties involved.

April 18, 2019
Moscow’s Strategy: To Win Everywhere, Every Time

The Russian Federation’s dexterous use of its military, diplomatic and economic resources to navigate through and resolve complex situations in different parts of the globe is starting to become the new normal in international relations.

April 14, 2019
Julian Assange Is Guilty Only of Revealing the Evil Soul of US Imperialism

Arresting a journalist, who is an Australian citizen, in an embassy, then extraditing him to a third country, to be tried in secret, without seeing the evidence, where he is accused of espionage, is is a new low even for Washington

April 3, 2019
Belt and Road Initiative in Full Swing in Europe

The multipolar transformation that is occurring across the Eurasian continent confirms the industrial and diplomatic cooperation between China and the European continent in spite of strong opposition from the United States.

March 25, 2019
Can Japan Join the Multipolar Revolution – or Will US Imperialism Bring It to Heel?

Japan, like the Europeans, should abandon its undue deference to the United States and the accompanying status as a colonial outpost.

March 7, 2019
‘America First’: A Stronger Monroe Doctrine

We can establish a close correlation between Washington’s actions since 1989 and the political roller-coaster experienced in South America in the ensuing thirty years.

February 26, 2019
Final Steps of the Multipolar Revolution: Containing the US in Europe

The combined diplomatic, military and economic actions of Russia and China in Europe are decidedly more limited and effective in Europe compared to other parts of the world like the Middle East and Asia.

February 19, 2019
Russia and China Are Containing the US to Reshape the World Order

The United States seems to be losing its imperialistic mojo most significantly in Asia and the Middle East, not only militarily but also diplomatically and economically.

February 6, 2019
One Step Closer to Nuclear Oblivion: US Sabotages the INF Treaty

The world is certainly more dangerous following Washington's decision, heading in a direction where there are less and less rules while there are more nuclear powers.

February 4, 2019
The Venezuelan Coup and Gilets Jaunes: Great-Power Politics In a Multipolar World Order

The protests seen in France and the interference in the domestic politics of Venezuela highlight Western double standards, which stand in contrast to the respect for international law maintained by China, India and Russia.

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