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Gianpaulo Coletti

Gianpaulo is based in Australia and is a student of Counterterrorism, Intelligence and Security. Interested in everything related to National Security. 24 News Enthusiast, political junkie and working on his first book 'Hitchhikers Guide to National Security'.

Rocket Economy, Vietnam Summit and North Korea

President Trump recently stated that North Korea will be a new kind of rocket – an economic rocket.

Paradise in Debt – China and ‘debt trap diplomacy’

Fiji for most is a tropical paradise where the water is warm and the weather is always idyllic but Fiji, like some of its Pacific Island neighbours, is sitting on a debt crisis that could have significant geopolitical impact for generations to come. 

Putin Considered Joining NATO

Moscow, 2000: Russia and NATO, usually these two when used in a sentence doesn't generally imply allies however back in 2000, it was an idea that was floated.

Talks with the South, just not with the West

North Korea is seeking talks with the South regarding the upcoming Winter Olympics in Seoul but still won't discuss sanctions with the West.

Veterans Series: A look at the work done by VetArts

"It was a scroll through Instagram one day that made me notice something quite remarkable, something that I wouldn’t usually stop and like but it was quite an incredible piece of art I stopped scrolling for a bit and looked at it for a bit and felt a bit of emotion."

North Korea – The End Game After War

With escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula, some are starting to look to what would happen after a war with North Korea and what could be the hermit nations future.

MS-13 and Barrio 18

With a cycle of crime leading to incarceration then onto recruitment, we need to learn a bit from history this time.

Senator dresses in Burqa in Australian Senate

One Nation Politician and Leader, Senator Pauline Hanson (QLD), wore a Burqa into the Australian Senate to call for a ban on the Islamic headscarf.

Sydney off the list of Most Liveable Cities

Generally these surveys focus on housing affordability and general livability, but Sydney in Australia was knocked off the list for a different reason - terrorism.

Strong ISIS links in thwarted Sydney Attack

Nestled in the heart of Sydney was a house being used by a group of extremist to plan a now thwarted attack that was only days away - and it's quite unnerving.