Anche se inizialmente la protesta pacifica e il movimento di disobbedienza civile contro il golpe dei militari birmani sembrava essere l’unico fronte aperto per gli uomini in divisa dell’esercito birmano (Tatmadaw), col tempo è diventato sempre più evidente che la giunta insediatasi l’1 febbraio avrebbe avuto a che fare con un altro fronte: quello militare delle autonomie armate, gli eserciti regionali che da decenni hanno fatto oscillare l’architettura statale birmana sul baratro di una guerra civile diffusa.
This article introduces the outcomes of the studies conducted on Mongolia’s education sector, focusing on organizational methods, challenges of the training processes, and the transition to online schooling during the pandemic.
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Lo scorso 12 marzo, i leader di Australia, Giappone, India e Stati Uniti hanno promesso di unire le forze per far fronte alle sfide più urgenti del nostro tempo, a partire da Covid-19 e cambiamento climatico.
Nonostante l'arrivo di Biden, le relazioni tra Cina e Stati Uniti non sembrano distendersi, anche per questioni legate alle violazioni dei diritti umani. Ma quali sono le ragioni che spingono le due superpotenze allo scontro? E chi ne giova? Silvia Boccardi e Francesco Rocchetti ne parlano con Paolo Magri, vicepresidente esecutivo dell'ISPI.
Il 1 febbraio l'esercito birmano ha preso il potere in Myanmar, arrestando molti parlamentari tra cui Aung San Suu Kyi, simbolo della democrazia nel paese. Ma, nonostante le minacce di morte e le uccisioni, i giovani non ci stanno. Ne parlano insieme Silvia Boccardi e Francesco Rocchetti.
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