OF THE ISIS
A PROXY WAR
As was easily predictable (we anticipated the events in october), Yemen has become the nth piece of the puzzle of the instability in the Middle East. A number of factors have favored the outburst of a civil war. The State has dissolved together with the government and the Houthis have taken over portions of the country and of the capital Sana'a, amid growing tribal struggles and the presence of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula...
There is always a certain degree of hypocrisy each time we debate about nuclear weapons, the limits to their use or acquisition and over the right to develop their technology. The entire sector is regulated by a Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, signed in July 1968 by three countries that already had the atomic bomb: the Soviet Union, the United States and Great Britain. In 1992 France and China joined the signatories. The treaty is based on the assumption that those who already owned nuclear weapons could keep them, while the rest of the world was banned from obtaining them. An asymmetric dictate of 11 articles that states in article 1 that the owners of atomic bombs cannot move their weapons to another country, or provide assistance in building them...