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About Alberto
Alberto De Filippis is a journalist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Please use this phone +33 607 636203
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Italy abandons the 'Belt and Road' initiative

12 May 2023  |  www.euronews.com
Italy is at a crossroads, deciding whether to abandon the 'Belt and Road' initiative and align more closely with the United States. Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has chosen to move away from Beijing, aiming to reassure Western allies and capitalize on economic opportunities from the US. Experts suggest that the economic risks of withdrawing from the initiative are minimal, though there may be political repercussions. The decision comes ahead of the G7 summit in Hiroshima, where Meloni will need to solidify Italy's position.

Wagner: The ogres return home

22 Mar 2023  |  it.euronews.com
British Military Intelligence suggests the Russian assault on Bakhmut may be losing momentum as Russian divisions are redeployed elsewhere. The Institute for the Study of War notes no Russian advances in Bakhmut recently, while the Ukrainian General Staff reports repelling Russian attacks in northern Bakhmut. Russian bloggers claim Wagner fighters continue assaults on the AZOM industrial complex, controlling most of it, though unconfirmed by ISW. The British Ministry of Defence believes Wagner could lose most of its convict force in the coming weeks as six-month military contracts end. Despite high casualty rates, evidence suggests Wagner is releasing survivors, but a ban on further prisoner recruitment could exacerbate its staffing issues. The return of violent criminals with combat experience poses a significant challenge for Russian society during wartime.

Russia-Ukraine War: The end of diplomacy as we know it?

21 Feb 2023  |  es.euronews.com
The Ukrainian President continues to seek support from European chancelleries amidst ongoing conflict, as Russia shows no intention of negotiating. This raises questions about the future of diplomacy in the context of the Ukraine war, with Ukrainian morale remaining high despite the ongoing casualties.

Ukraine War: The Diplomatic Paradox

20 Feb 2023  |  euronews
A year after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, diplomatic efforts appear to have stalled. Despite no direct talks between Moscow and Kiev, both are actively engaging in diplomacy, with Russia's Foreign Minister Lavrov visiting Africa and Ukraine's President Zelenskyy touring European capitals. Mistakes in diplomacy have been acknowledged on both sides, and the situation has evolved, especially after the Bucha massacres. The European response is seen as divided and politically weak, with unsuccessful attempts by France's Macron to engage Putin. NATO's actions are perceived as unclear, and the UN is rendered ineffective due to the Security Council's veto power held by Russia and China. The article suggests that the conflict is reshaping global influence zones and that any diplomatic resolution seems distant, with the ball in Putin's court.

Ukraine Crisis: Who is providing concrete military assistance to Kyiv?

07 Feb 2022  |  de.euronews.com
In response to Russian threats and the fear of invasion, Ukraine has requested military and defense assistance from European states. Germany, one of the most vocal opponents of arms deliveries to Kyiv, has been criticized for its stance. Poland, the Czech Republic, and the Baltic States have shown willingness to provide military aid, with Poland offering ammunition and defense weapons, the Czech Republic providing artillery shells, and the Baltic States ready to supply Stinger missiles. The German government has blocked Estonia's attempt to send Soviet-era howitzers to Ukraine. Spain, the Netherlands, and Denmark have mobilized forces for deterrence but not for Ukrainian defense. The U.S. has provided substantial military aid to Ukraine since 2014, including vehicles and anti-artillery radar, but with restrictions on the use of supplied weapons. Ukraine, once a major arms exporter, has faced challenges in its defense industry due to corruption and a lack of complete weapons manufacturing capability.

French cloud services saw cyberattacks increase by 630% in 2020

07 Jan 2022  |  euronews.com
During the first year of the pandemic, cyberattacks on cloud services in France increased by 630%, with the shift to mandatory teleworking presenting new security challenges. François Esnol-Feugeas, CEO of Oxibox, highlighted the rise in attacks and the difficulty in identifying remote workers. The European Commission, through spokesperson Eric Mamer, indicated that there are no EU-wide rules on teleworking, as health safety measures are the responsibility of member states. Plans for a European Digital Identity were announced, proposing digital wallets linked to national identities, but the implementation and acceptance among European countries are yet to be determined.

The EU wants to set limits on the activities of digital giants

14 Dec 2021  |  fr.euronews.com
The European Union is advancing legislation known as the Digital Markets Act (DMA) to limit anti-competitive practices by major online platforms, defined as 'gatekeepers' due to the services they offer online. The legislation aims to set digital boundaries for companies like GAFAM (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft) and others with significant internet presence. The act introduces prohibitions and obligations for these platforms, such as not favoring their own services or preventing users from uninstalling pre-installed software. Violations could lead to fines up to 10% of the company's total annual global turnover, with additional corrective measures for systematic infringements. Consumer associations like BEUC see positive elements in the legislation, such as the ability for users to choose their preferred messaging services and search engines.

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