The role of Saudi Arabia in the growing Persian Gulf tension

We had reported a month ago the dangerous game of provocations underway in the Persian Gulf; we had hoped that it was a clumsy attempt to trigger a strategy of tension to engage the United States in a decisive battle with Iran. Tension strategy in the Persian Gulf Today’s renewed mysterious attack on oil tankers … read more

Electric and not electric cars: an exemplary short circuit …

Many of us are passionate about electric cars: after all, even if they cost a lot (they say, for now), they make us feel very ecological friends of Greta. Then, since they cost so much, they are just as luxurious as they are to transform them into a status symbol: of the series, “I’m an … read more

Considerations on the final of the Throne of Swords

The blockbuster series of The Throne of Swords comes to an end and each of the millions of fans and spectators finds itself having to deal with the particular outcome in which all the passion, curiosity, expectations and hopes of 8 years of stories come together… A final that definitely does not satisfy. Hot impressions … read more

Massacre at Amritsar, 13 april 1919

At nine o’clock in the morning of Sunday 13 April 1919, a peaceful crowd of Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims gathered since midnight in the grassy area of ​​just over two hectares, a sort of large square, the Jallianwala Bagh, in Amritsar, city of Punjab, north-western region of India, to celebrate the Baisakhi, the traditional Sikh … read more

The British Rowlatt Act against India national movement

British rule in India (British Raj) officially dates back to 1858. It was following the great Indian Revolt of 1857 (Revolt of the Sepoys), due in large part to the arrogant conduct of the East India Company, which until then had governed the subcontinent, which became the direct domain of the English Crown, which allowed … read more