Telecom: everything must go

The sale of Telecom Italia comes after years of losses: a good reason to undersell, losing an important asset of telecommunication industry. With no intervention of public authority and local investors. Different reports on the recent industrial activity in Italy have often offered contradictory results. Important journals as Il Sole 24 Ore, Il Fatto Quotidiano … Continue reading

No Tav: a militarized country and a false letter

On July 2013, for the first time prosecutors charged twelve protesters in Val di Susa with the charge of “terrorism”. The area – where the high speed line is being built – has been consequently heavily militarized. Now a letter from members of subversive cells invites the movement to organize for a “qualitative leap”. But … Continue reading

Philippines: a city under siege and a government over barrel

It started almost in the June of 2012, when Philippine president faced three-thousand activists in Manila. Benigno Aquino was there in order to speak of prosperity and development of health system, but protesters didn’t agree with such a point of view. Now the movement has become the ask for the end of corruption, but also … Continue reading

The London’s fair of weapons and its sponsors

When The Independent denounced irregularities into the DSEI 2013 – the fair of weapons in London – the obvious became so, even for authorities. A loss of consciousness with more than a good reason. More than a consequence. Irregularities were discovered by human right movements in catalogs of Mag Force International (France) and Tian Jing … Continue reading

The role of al-Qaida in Syria

Recent events involving the terrorist group al-Qaida confused Syrian scenarios. al-Quaida’s blame for Hezbollah’s attack in Lebanon and attacks against Assad are only two examples of how military groups could change the future of the conflict. When two bombs exploded in Tripoli (Lebanon), the response given by al-Qaida chanced the way how coalitions involved in … Continue reading