Lo Stato Parallelo

Autore: Andrea Greco
Editore: Chiarelettere
ISBN: 8861908322
Grandezza: 36,66 MB
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Tra le inchieste pubblicate da Chiarelettere sul potere in Italia NON POTEVA MANCARE UN LIBRO SULL’ENI. Il suo amministratore delegato vale più del ministro degli Esteri, sul suo tavolo passano affari miliardari, alleanze internazionali, interessi geopolitici, questioni di sicurezza fondamentali. I più grandi scandali e casi di corruzione sono nati qui, dall’Ente che più volte con le sue strategie spericolate, prima filoarabe poi filorusse, ha messo in crisi i nostri rapporti con gli alleati occidentali. Il suo fondatore, ENRICO MATTEI, è morto in circostanze ancora oggi misteriose, un suo ex presidente, Gabriele Cagliari, coinvolto in Tangentopoli, si è suicidato in carcere, gli ultimi due amministratori delegati sono indagati per corruzione internazionale. Ce n’è abbastanza per farci un libro. In quasi cinque anni Greco e Oddo hanno intervistato ex funzionari, addetti ai lavori, politici, studiosi (qualcuno si è negato), verificando bilanci e documenti di ogni tipo, anche privati. Ne è nato UN RACCONTO CORALE E RICCHISSI MO DELL’ITALIA degli ultimi sessant’anni: dalla Dc di Fanfani e le aperture di Moro alle giravolte di Berlusconi, grande alleato di Putin. In gioco ci sono la nostra indipendenza energetica e la diversificazione degli approvvigionamenti che potrebbe sconvolgere gli assetti del Mediterraneo. Nessuno, dopo aver letto questo libro, potrà negare che l’Eni è davvero UNO STATO NELLO STATO.

Lo Stato Parallelo

Autore: Paolo Cucchiarelli
Grandezza: 68,73 MB
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Vista: 8306
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Lo Stato Parallelo

Autore: Aldo Giannuli
Grandezza: 48,80 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 8631
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The Black Prince And The Sea Devils

Autore: Jack Greene
Editore: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 9780786751280
Grandezza: 29,38 MB
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Vista: 8118
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At the beginning of World War II, Prince Junio Valerio Borghese, dashing Italian nobleman, assembled the famous Decima MAS naval unit-the first modern naval commando squad. Borghese's "frogmen" were trained to fight undercover and underwater with small submarines and assault boats armed with a variety of destructive torpedoes. The covert tactics he and the Decima MAS developed, including the use of midget submarines, secret nighttime operations, and small teams armed with explosives, have become a standard for special forces around the world to this very day.After the Italian capitulation in 1943, Borghese determinedly fought on as a Fascist commando leader. After the war, he became a man of mystery, variously said to be involved with several right-wing conspiracies, abortive coups, and clandestine activity. The Prince's death in 1974 was every bit as mysterious as his life.Greene and Massignani have drawn upon official archives as well as information from Allied and Axis veterans in an unprecedented attempt to separate fact from fantasy in this detailed examination of Borghese, the Decima MAS, and the Italian naval special forces.

Nationalism And Terror

Autore: Pino Adriano
Editore: Central European University Press
ISBN: 963386206X
Grandezza: 20,44 MB
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This book covers the full story of the Ustasha, a fascist movement in Croatia, from its historic roots to its downfall. The authors address key questions: In what international context did Ustasha terrorism grow and develop? How did this movement rise to power, and then exterminate hundreds of thousands of innocents? Who was Ante Pavelić, its leader? Was he a shrewd politician, able to exploit for his independent project Mussolini’s imperial ambitions, Hitler’s pan-German aims, and the anti-Bolshevism of the Holy See and the Western bloc? Or was he, consciously or not, a pawn in other hands, in a complex international scenario where Croatia was only arena among many? And after the movement’s collapse, how were several of the most prominent Ustasha leaders able to evade capture by Tito’s victorious army? The facts and documents confront us with the ambivalence of terrorism. The book places the appearance of the Ustasha movement not only in the context of the interwar Kingdom of Yugoslavia but also in the wider perspective of the emergence of European fascism.

Italian Politics

Autore: Martin J. Bull
Editore: Polity
ISBN: 9780745612997
Grandezza: 52,78 MB
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Vista: 9990
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This wide-ranging book seeks to unravel the complexities of post-1992 Italian democracy. It takes as its point of departure the dramatic political tensions of the early 1990s and evaluates these against the background of an analysis of the 'First Republic' that predates these changes. Martin Bull and James Newell, renowned scholars of Italian Politics, argue that the early 1990s revolution in Italian party politics should be seen both as a major cause of subsequent changes in the political system and as a consequence of longer-term, still on-going changes in the Italian polity. The books explains how we can understand in this light the mixed success of the parties in attempting to act as autonomous vehicles of reform - and therefore why, if we are witnessing a transformation to a 'Second Republic', many of its key features still remain to be shaped. Each of the thematic chapters clearly juxtaposes Italy as it was before the 1990s with Italy today, thereby evaluating the degree to which the early 1990s can be seen as a watershed. In this way the book offers a novel account of both contemporary political developments and their historical significance in teh context of the 'Italian political model' that took shape in the period after 1945. This will be essential reading for all students of Italian and Comparative Politics, who will find the clarity and breadth of the book invaluable. Equally, scholars will be fascinated by this new and compelling argument.

The Dual State

Autore: Eric Wilson
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1317035224
Grandezza: 70,87 MB
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This volume presents a practical demonstration of the relevance of Carl Schmitt's thought to parapolitical studies, arguing that his constitutional theory is the one best suited to investing the ’deep state’ with intellectual and doctrinal coherence. Critiquing Schmitt’s work from a variety of intellectual perspectives, the chapters discuss current parapolitical reality within the domain of criminology, the parapolitical nature of both the dual state and the national security state corporate complex. Using the USA as a prime example of the world’s current dual or ’deep political state’, the criminogenic dimensions of the parapolitical systems of post 9/11 America are discussed. Using case studies, the dual state is examined as the causal factor of inexplicable parapolitical events within both the developed and developing world, including Sweden, Canada, Italy, Turkey, and Africa.

Transnational Fascism In The Twentieth Century

Autore: Matteo Albanese
Editore: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 147252859X
Grandezza: 46,44 MB
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Developing a knowledge of the Spanish-Italian connection between right-wing extremist groups is crucial to any detailed understanding of the history of fascism. Transnational Fascism in the Twentieth Century allows us to consider the global fascist network that built up over the course of the 20th century by exploring one of the significant links that existed within that network. It distinguishes and analyses the relationship between the fascists of Spain and Italy at three interrelated levels - that of the individual, political organisations and the state - whilst examining the world relations and contacts of both fascist factions, from Buenos Aires to Washington and Berlin to Montevideo, in what is a genuinely transnational history of the fascist movement. Incorporating research carried out in archives around the world, this book delivers key insights to further the historical study of right-wing political violence in modern Europe.

Victims And Perpetrators Of Terrorism

Autore: Orla Lynch
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1351725343
Grandezza: 67,12 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 9126
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This volume examines how both victims and perpetrators of terrorism are relevant to our understanding of political violence. While the perpetrators of political violence have been the subject of significant academic research, victims of terrorism and political violence have rarely featured in this landscape. In an effort to capture the vast complexity of terrorism, and to widen the scope of the agenda that informs terrorism research, this book presents a series of analyses that examines the role of the perpetrators, the experience of the victims, the public and media perceptions of both, and given the inherent intricacy of the phenomenon, how we might think about engaging with perpetrators in an effort to prevent further violence. By considering the role of the many actors who are central to our understanding and framing of terrorism and political violence, this book highlights the need to focus on how the interactivity of individuals and contexts have implications for the emergence, maintenance and termination of campaigns of political violence. The volume aims to understand not only how former perpetrators and victims can work in preventing violence in a number of contexts but, more broadly, the narratives that support and oppose violence, the construction of victimisation, the politicisation of victimhood, the justifications for violence and the potential for preventing and encouraging desistance from violence. This book will be of much interest to students of terrorism and political violence, victimology, criminology, security studies and IR in general.