Record low number of asylum applications lodged in EU

Only 8,730 asylum applications were registered in the EU+ in April, the lowest since at least 2008, and a massive 87% decrease from pre-COVID-19 levels in January and February. EASO special report information The Euroean Asylum Support Office (EASO) has released a special report which shows that the COVID-19 related travel restrictions and national health … read more

Israel extends anti-Iranian attacks to Iraq

A war is actually taking place throughout the Middle East, without the Western media daring to speak openly about it. Clarissa.it is working on it as it believes that this low-intensity conflict, which sees a growing commitment of Israeli forces to an ever wider range, constitutes a serious risk for world peace. The US delegates … read more

Sustainable Agriculture to stop Climate Change

In early August 2019, the authoritative IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), the United Nations organization responsible for scientific monitoring of climate change published its Special Report (SRCCL) on climate change, desertification, degradation soil, sustainable land management, food security, and greenhouse gas flows in terrestrial ecosystems. The document is focused this year on the relationship … read more

Art and politics: Emil Nolde, a German destiny

Until a few years ago, those wishing to understand something of the tragedy of the people and of 20th century German culture could find a good guide in the autobiographical novel by Ernst von Salomon, A German destiny, in which one could follow this tragic journey from a point of mainly political view. In recent … read more

Does Israel intend to attack Gaza again?

Israeli news sources explicitly talk about the fact that the Israeli armed forces (IDF) are preparing for a “significant escalation” in the south. According to them, the IDF chief of staff, Gen. Aviv Kochavi, when taking office, gave instructions that the IDF should increase its preparation for a military campaign in the Strip. of Gaza. … read more