The article ‘The real Donald Tusk’, which appeared in EAST 58, mistakenly referred to Mr. Jan Krzysztof Bielecki as current CEO of Bank Pekao instead of former CEO of Bank Pekao. We apologize to Mr. Luigi Lovaglio, current CEO of Bank Pekao.
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The Charlie Effect explains why the clash between Islam and the West is all wrong.
Isis is making money and the Oracular Web has no doubts on the crucial issues of 2015.
While Samantha and Rosetta explore the universe, East-West explains why closing the borders won't stem infiltration by Foreign Fighters.
The Ukrainian crisis divides East and West but unite the ultra soccer fans in the stands and revives Pan-Slavism.
A hesitant and half-cooked European Union only serves the interests of the elites. A thorough legal integration could however make the difference.
Elections in Estonia and Northern Cyprus. Few real contenders in Turkey likely to take Erdoğan's place.
Aladin, Nanxi and Federico, three stories that embody pluck, talent and success.
New war scenarios. The Pharoah vs the Caliph in Sinai and a Free for All in Libya. Even Israel must choose, while the USA are distracted by the Chinese Imperial dream.
A Nigerian banker-philanthropist launches Africapitalism. Cuba prepares to play its part in world markets while Abenomics in Japan is having a second go.
The USA and the EU have long been betrothed, might they step up to the altar? The unpredictable outcome of the on-going Transatlantic partnership negotiations. To be or not to be……
Read some of this issue's articles in full
by Gli editori
For the past 10 years, we have strived to inform our readers about what has happened the world...
by Giuseppe Scognamiglio
Closing borders won't put an end to terrorist infiltration.
by Fadi Elhusseini
Thoughts and considerations of a Muslim who is against a clash between Islam and the West.
by Alessia Mosca
The TTIP promises more uniform regulations and positives for the economy, but the negotiations are not...
by Pio d’Emilia
There seemed to be no alternatives in the choice of prime minister: Abe has another chance to show how...
by Gli editori
by Alberto Negri
When oil prices determine foreign policy and global enterprise guarantees democracy, then terrorists can have a free hand.
by Francesca Nenci
The sharp decline in oil prices at the end of 2014 has once again brought to light the political implications of economic choices that affect commodities, as is the case with OPEC decisions.
by Luigi Curini, Andrea Ceron e Stefano M. IacusL’avvento dei Big Data sta schiudendo le porte a una nuova rivoluzione scientifica in grado di cambiare potenzialmente il nostro modo di guardare al mondo e al futuro. Internet e i social network vengono in eff
Immigration, terrorism and Islamophobia: what's in store in 2015?
“Eurocrats produce absurd rules”. This platitude is often heard in the EU, and must have some basis in truth, if the ‘first among equals’ Frans Timmermans has been appointed Commissioner for Better Regulation. But as all misconceptions of any note , it reaches levels beyond belief, which can verge on the mendacious. Here are a few things the Eurocrats have not had their say on, despite what the newspapers say.
by Romano Prodi e Giuseppe Cucchi
My enemy's enemy is my friend. Satan is ready to bow to military logic, but not the Saudis and Israelis.