About Fabio Bozzo

Graduated in History with modern and contemporary majors at the University of Genoa. Essayist, he is author of Ucraina in fiamme. Le radici di una crisi annunciata (2016), Dal Regno Unito alla Brexit (2017), Scosse d'assestamento. "Piccoli" conflitti dopo la Grande Guerra (2020) and Da Pontida a Roma. Storia della Lega (2020, with preface by Matteo Salvini)
14 Jun 2022

Would China be able to conquer Taiwan?

By |2022-06-14T12:47:36+01:0014 June 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Guerra e Difesa|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Putin's invasion of Ukraine, among the dozens of geopolitical consequences it generated, also prompted a spontaneous question: what if China, taking advantage of the West's distraction, attempted a snap invasion of Taiwan in order to crown its 70-year dream of Marxist conquest of the "rebellious" island?

16 May 2022

The democratic West: decadence and healing

By |2022-05-16T10:53:05+01:0016 May 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Democracy and capitalism are consubstantial to Western Civilization. That Civilization has overcome terrible historical trials and defeated formidable enemies, so it cannot be ruled out that it can and must also overcome the current phase of objective decline.

28 Apr 2022

Israel: a new Sparta?

By |2022-04-28T14:32:56+01:0028 April 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , |2 Comments

Today there is a state that, with a bit of challenging hyperbole, offers some interesting analogies to ancient Sparta. This state is Israel. Let's see what these analogies are, trying to present them in a parallel chronological order.

11 Apr 2022

The power of God

By |2022-04-11T12:13:05+01:0011 April 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Drunk on rationalist positivism and atheistic materialist socialism the white man for a while believed that the weight of religion in human affairs was destined to be eternally vestigial.

29 Mar 2022

Mussolini and Putin: parallel lives (and falls?)

By |2022-03-29T15:08:01+01:0029 March 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , , , |4 Comments

There are two figures, one historical and one living, who at first glance share practically nothing. There are, however, also similarities that, as the weeks go by, appear more and more interesting and, from a certain point of view, disturbing.

15 Mar 2022

"Rainbow flag will triumph". The emasculation of communism

By |2022-03-15T11:50:36+01:0015 March 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica interna|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Beyond the ideological, philosophical, economic and human aberrations of communist theories, one thing must be recognized: Marxism was not for delicate people. On the contrary, it was an ideology that required men with strength, discipline and lack of moral scruples.

8 Mar 2022

Winning battles and losing wars. The new disease of the West

By |2022-03-08T10:17:47+01:008 March 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Guerra e Difesa|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Today's West faces its enemies with "half measure" wars, in which the will to annihilate the enemy is lacking. Since 1945 it has lost position after position while winning battle after battle.

18 Feb 2022

Ukraine: winners and losers (for now...)

By |2022-02-18T11:02:31+01:0018 February 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

The crisis in Ukraine is far from over; rather, we can say that it is heading towards the conclusion of a round. Let us therefore try to draw some lessons from this red-hot round. In a nutshell, the question is only one: who won and who lost?

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