Hague Tribunal Exonerates Slobodan Milosevic Again

Hague Tribunal Exonerates Slobodan Milosevic Again

by Andy Wilcoxson, via Strategic Culture More than eleven years after his death, a second trial chamber at the UN War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague has concluded that former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic was not responsible for war crimes committed in Bosnia where the worst atrocities associated with the break-up of Yugoslavia took place. Buried in…

Eurasia in the War of Networks | ALEXANDER DUGIN

Eurasia in the War of Networks | ALEXANDER DUGIN

by Akira Zentradi The reason for writing this text was Vladimir Putin’s address to Russia’s Federal Assembly and the synchronized passage of the anti-Russian resolution 758 by the U.S. Congress. Commenting on the latter, Congressman Eliot Engel stated: “It’s time to recognize the fact that Russia under the leadership of Vladimir Putin is a threat to…

THE MULTIPOLAR WORLD AND THE POSTMODERN | ALEXANDER DUGIN

THE MULTIPOLAR WORLD AND THE POSTMODERN | ALEXANDER DUGIN

Alexander Dugin Professor of the Moscow State University, Doctor of political sciences, founder of the contemporary Russian school of Geopolitics, leader of the International Social Movement “Eurasian Movement“, Moscow, Russian Federation. § 1 Multipolarism as a Vision of the Future and Land in the Postmodern Era Multipolarism as an Innovative Mold-Breaking Concept The Multipolar Theory represents a unique direction that…

SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation) growing importance
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SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation) growing importance

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation’s role in global affairs continues to increase: the bloc has now focused on counterterrorism issues in the Eurasian “heartland” and the US and EU have to take this into account The West now has no other choice but to take the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) into account, Alexander Dugin, political scientist and the…