Some of the highest representatives for international politics and nine African leaders on Monday participated in the conference on strategic partnership with Africa, promoted in Berlin by the German G20 presidency in view of the summit scheduled in Hamburg on 7 and 8 July next.
From June 17th to September 17th, the Carlo Bilotti Museum (at Villa Borghese, in Rome) will host the ideas of the Finnish artist Markku Piri (already at Palazzo Medici Riccardi in Florence between March 23rd and June 4th) in autumn the paintings will arrive at the Museo del Vetro di Murano in Venice.
«They want to destroy Syria, the one remaining independent Arab state, and the heart of the Axis of Resistance (linked to Iran and Hezbollah)». What Australian writer and scholar Tim Anderson realizes in his accurate and well-documented essay, The Dirty War on Syria – published in 2016 by Global Research Publishers and the following year in Italy by Zambon Editore – is a fundamental reversal of perspective about war on Syria, its true causes and hidden interests of powers involved.
Emmanuel Macron is the new French President. The outcome has matched the expectations of all French pollsters. The threat of a presidency headed by Marine Le Pen and consequently the Front National is averted. And now all commentators and analysts will write and say that with En marche!, Macron’s movement at the helm, Europe can be rebuilt, all problems will be solved and so on and so forth. No. This is not the case. Unfortunately, Europe is by no means safe. And it won’t be at least until the traditional parties come to terms with their defeats, which have taken place in France just as they have elsewhere. Until this realisation is fully taken on board, Europe will never be safe.