Tag Archive: oceans

Asia Pacific Security Conference 2012

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WORLD MAPS : The US Navy as deployed on Feb 2012

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Source : The Pentagon

China and Llyods : when a SA meets a NSA by Paolo Dealberti

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The Chinese international real power as well as real influence is based on the performance of a few selected NSA´s. China can sign anywhere in the world contracts to have commodities but because… Continue reading

(Presidential Desk ) Somalia : War hits Kenya’s bid to expand waters

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The lack of a boundary agreement between Kenya and Somalia and the continuing instability in the latter country is likely to delay Kenya’s quest to add 150 additional nautical miles to its territorial… Continue reading

The US drone in Iran : an American affair by Paolo Dealberti

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Fact 1 : from a legal point of view if an airplane of the country Alpha flies without any authorization over the country Beta it is espionage and an act of war. Do… Continue reading

Turkey’s Elections and Strained U.S. Relations by Dr. George Friedman

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Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) won Parliamentary elections June 12, which means it will remain in power for a third term. The popular vote, divided among a number of parties, made the… Continue reading

Tactical Warning : Jisr al Shoughour

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The Turkish Premier Erdogän has denounced has inhumane the Syrian crash down of the protests. Assad´s brother is moving against the town of Jisr al Shoughour his elite division , ( the only… Continue reading

We support the UN decision about the EU and we thank for that.

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Thanks UN ! This could be the kind of shock we Europeans need. It was not a surprise for us and we mentioned it ,(I),and it was for the vote about the Resolution… Continue reading

Ankara,Pretoria & the BRICS

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In these days in China the BRICS are working to „institutionalize” their power. The G20 is over and this is natural. None could expected more from the G20 and there is not reasons… Continue reading