I have lived my entire life in the West and I love it. I love Europe and I love my country, Italy. However, I am feeling it is time to embark in discovering the most interesting region in the world. Middle East? America? China? No, I want to explore Southeast Asia and India and their diversity, their cultural melting polt, their economic and political experiments that are far away from the attention of western media.
In fact, when our media speak about Asia, they mean only China. Mainstream western media are completely forgetting Southeast Asia and India, two of the most young, diverse and driven regions in the world. The western world can’t allow anymore to forget about more than two billion of people.
Australia needs to counter China with AUKUS - With Carlyle Thayer
The consequences of AUKUS over Southeast Asia geopolitics - With Carlo Fong Luy
The Philippines' presidential candidates and their foreign policies
Diplomatic isolation for Myanmar's military junta? - With Marta Nuevo Falguera
Will the Talibans destabilize (again) India? - With Akshobh Giridharadas
Mirko Giordani interviewed Akshobh Giridharadas on the threats on India posed by the Talibans.
Blood in the street of Myanmar - With Marta Nuevo Falguera
There is blood, too much blood, in the streets of Myanmar.
A crisis like the one in Myanmar will eventually affect Southeast Asia’s democracies and ASEAN’s stability unless regional members mediate.