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Giuseppe Gagliano graduated in Philosophy at the University of Milan. He is currently Chairman Cestudec (Center for Strategic Studies Carlo De UNESCO World Philosophy Day.rch §Analysis American Consortium , “Modern Diplomacy”,”Intellector”, Research Institute for European Studies, “Securite Globale”, Belgian Intelligence Studies Center, “Cahiers Inlichtingenstudies “,”Cahiers de la sécurité et de la justice” and the “International Journal of Science”.

He is the author of numerous essays in the philosophy of politics and strategy.

L’intellettuale in rivolta (Rubettino, 2012), La democrazia totalitaria (Aracne, 2014), Il concetto di totalitarismo (Aracne, 2015), Ernst Jünger, a cura di Luigi Iannone, (Solfanelli, 2015), Introduzione alla filosofia politica kantiana (Armando, 2016),Pace e guerra giusta nella riflessione di Erasmo da Rotterdam,(La scuola di Pitagora,2016);

Guerra psicologica,disinformazione e movimenti sociali ,Aracne,2012;Nicolas Moinet ,Intelligence economica (a cura di Gagliano Giuseppe),Fuoco,2012 ; Problemi e prospettive della ecologia radicale e dell'ecoterrorismo,Aracne,2012;Guerra economica e intelligence Fuoco,2013;La Geoeconomia nel pensiero strategico contemporaneo,Fuoco,2015 ;Stato,potenza e guerra economica ,Fuoco,2016;Intelligence economica e guerra dell’informazione,Rubettino,2016

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The War for Raw Materials

Posted on February 25, 2018 at 5:10am 0 Comments

The war for raw materials amounts to a reshuffling of the power relations among Western nations, on one hand, and the emerging and/or developing nations, on the other. The rise of China, BRICS, and the growing strength of the sovereign wealth funds of Arab nations, which are oil exporters, provides the evidence. Resources are powerful weapons in economic warfare, and everything…



Posted on November 1, 2016 at 3:22pm 0 Comments

This article deals with the cultural development and general perception of the concept of "intelligence" and "economic intelligence" in France. After the Cold War, finance and markets assumed a greater importance in determining the relations between countries; however, it took a long time for the French elite to be convinced of the existence of “economic warfare” and to define a culture of its own in the field of intelligence. Still, when all the international analyses were strongly related…


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