We meet the scholar Alessandro Fanetti, author of the book “Russia: in search of the lost power” (Edizioni Eiffel, 2021) , to face the reality of a country that seems far away
The ex-Soviet states of the Caucasus and Central Asia have, following the early 1990s, been “all about America's energy security” according to Bill Richardson, the Clinton era diplomat and former American ambassador to the United Nations.
The various problems and processes taking place in the world make it clear that the world is in two main positions, and the rest follow and imitate one of the two sides.
At present, only two companies – South Korea’s Samsung and Taiwan’s TSMC – manufacture semiconductors on an industrial scale at the most advanced process nodes. These industry leaders are currently producing in commercial quantities at the 7-nanometre (nm) node, while striving to move to 5 nm, and then, finally, to 3 nm by the mid-2020s. For comparison, the US integrated chip manufacturer Intel is also eager to produce in volume at 7 nm, but the company ran into difficulties in achieving this goal, announcing in July 2020 that production of its next-generation chips would be delayed until 2022.
A word we seem to hear a lot lately is “geek”, which refers to someone who has a passion or even an obsession for various technological innovations.
The situation in the Middle East is changing rapidly. The recent unrest in Israel is growing like fire and entering into a dangerous zone.
“Italy has aligned itself with other European countries, including France, Germany and Belgium and has summoned the Chinese ambassador in protest against the sanctions impose
The world is in the midst of a systemic transition from unipolarity to multipolarity, which has prompted many experts to think deeply about