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Eastwest 97
The good and… the bad

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Eastwest 97

The Good and…. the Bad

THE GOOD AND THE BAD – A survey among our readers has elected Patrick Zaki as personality of the year and General al-Sisi as the year’s most wanton personality.

REPORTThe end of the American Dream. The 21st century has not done much for the “American Dream” so far, nor has it been beneficial for the United States’ reputation. Thirty years of US leadership, which began with victory in the Cold War, is now being seriously undermined, and the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, now back in the hands of the Taliban, is a case in point. 

ITALYBipolarity has won out. The political repercussions of the bipolar political alignment are beginning to be felt: both centre-right and centre-left have immediately started to reassess their options 

CHINAA new political manifesto. Forty years after Deng Xiaping’s radical Reform, Xi Jinping is now shaping Chinese History in order to stem the uncontrolled expansion of capital interests.

THE NETHERLANDSA well-organised narco-state. Dutch legislation enables criminal profits to be laundered easily and with little risk: all the world’s Mafias have their finger in Amsterdam’s financial market.   

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FRONT PAGE – The return of multilateralism

NO COMMENT

by Mana Neyestani

EAST/WEST – Let’s save Patrick Zaki!

by Giuseppe Scognamiglio

COVER – THE CHARACTERS OF THE YEAR

The Egypt of al-Sisi

by Nello Del Gatto

Victims and executioners

by Gerardo Pelosi

Middle Eastern triangulations

by Tommaso Canetta

War of water and poverty

by Mattia Giampaolo

THE INVESTIGATION/2 – THE ORIGIN OF COVID-19

An alliance between institutions and public opinion

by Matteo Meloni

ITALY

POLITICS – Bipolarism has won

by Salvatore Merlo

ECONOMY – Italy is back

by Danilo Taino

EUROPE

THE BRUSSELS REPORT

by Ilaria Sbarigia and Pagellapolitica

EUROPEAN UNION – Energy: a policy for lasting solutions

by Francesco Saraceno

EU and Africa: together to reform the WHO

by Daniele Fattibene

POINTS OF VIEWS – Blinded by Kabul …

by Romano Prodi and Giuseppe Cucchi

GERMANY – The country in pieces

by Lorenzo Monfregola

FRANCE – Nostalgia for Indochine

by Danilo Ceccarelli

SPAIN – The voice of Europe of the “patriots”

by Elena Marisol Brandolini

THE NETHERLANDS – A very well organized narco state

by Riccardo Pennisi

PROTAGONISTS: JEAN DORNEVAL EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Haiti, land of hope

by Guido Talarico

DOSSIER

THE END OF THE AMERICAN DREAM – Portfolio

Why doesn’t America drive anymore?

by Mattia Diletti

THE BOOK – Imperial self-destruction

by Marco Dell’Aguzzo

ART – Pop Art and the critique of the system

by Guido Talarico

Has the torch of freedom gone out?

by Martino Mazzonis

How much does a President cost

by Gabriele Carrer

USA/China: inevitable conflict

by Riccardo Barlaam

WORLD

THE NEW YORK REPORT

by Ilaria Sbarigia

CANADA – Justin’s mess

by Marco Dell’Aguzzo

EL SALVADOR – Bitcoin: a risk rather than an opportunity

by Nicola Branzoli

THE BEIJING REPORT

by Ilaria Maria Sala

CENTRAL ASIA – Taliban security

by Stefano Pontecorvo

JAPAN – Kishida’s challenge

by Riccardo Intini

CHINA – New political manifesto

by Lorenzo Lamperti

TUNISIA – Crisis in the democratic construction site

by Dario Leani

ALGERIA – Divorce between state and public square

by Felice Antonioli

GUINEA – Coup and military junta

by Guido Talarico

THE GEOPOLITICS OF STUDENTS – Russia and China: friends with caution

by Alex Pombo and Matteo Bertani

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FRONT PAGE – The return of multilateralism

NO COMMENT

by Mana Neyestani

EAST/WEST – Let’s save Patrick Zaki!

by Giuseppe Scognamiglio

COVER – THE CHARACTERS OF THE YEAR

The Egypt of al-Sisi

by Nello Del Gatto

Victims and executioners

by Gerardo Pelosi

Middle Eastern triangulations

by Tommaso Canetta

War of water and poverty

by Mattia Giampaolo

THE INVESTIGATION/2 – THE ORIGIN OF COVID-19

An alliance between institutions and public opinion

by Matteo Meloni

ITALY

POLITICS – Bipolarism has won

by Salvatore Merlo

ECONOMY – Italy is back

by Danilo Taino

EUROPE

THE BRUSSELS REPORT

by Ilaria Sbarigia and Pagellapolitica

EUROPEAN UNION – Energy: a policy for lasting solutions

by Francesco Saraceno

EU and Africa: together to reform the WHO

by Daniele Fattibene

POINTS OF VIEWS – Blinded by Kabul …

by Romano Prodi and Giuseppe Cucchi

GERMANY – The country in pieces

by Lorenzo Monfregola

FRANCE – Nostalgia for Indochine

by Danilo Ceccarelli

SPAIN – The voice of Europe of the “patriots”

by Elena Marisol Brandolini

THE NETHERLANDS – A very well organized narco state

by Riccardo Pennisi

PROTAGONISTS: JEAN DORNEVAL EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Haiti, land of hope

by Guido Talarico

DOSSIER

THE END OF THE AMERICAN DREAM – Portfolio

Why doesn’t America drive anymore?

by Mattia Diletti

THE BOOK – Imperial self-destruction

by Marco Dell’Aguzzo

ART – Pop Art and the critique of the system

by Guido Talarico

Has the torch of freedom gone out?

by Martino Mazzonis

How much does a President cost

by Gabriele Carrer

USA/China: inevitable conflict

by Riccardo Barlaam

WORLD

THE NEW YORK REPORT

by Ilaria Sbarigia

CANADA – Justin’s mess

by Marco Dell’Aguzzo

EL SALVADOR – Bitcoin: a risk rather than an opportunity

by Nicola Branzoli

THE BEIJING REPORT

by Ilaria Maria Sala

CENTRAL ASIA – Taliban security

by Stefano Pontecorvo

JAPAN – Kishida’s challenge

by Riccardo Intini

CHINA – New political manifesto

by Lorenzo Lamperti

TUNISIA – Crisis in the democratic construction site

by Dario Leani

ALGERIA – Divorce between state and public square

by Felice Antonioli

GUINEA – Coup and military junta

by Guido Talarico

THE GEOPOLITICS OF STUDENTS – Russia and China: friends with caution

by Alex Pombo and Matteo Bertani