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 … Continue reading THE MULTIPOLAR WORLD AND THE POSTMODERN | ALEXANDER DUGIN

House of Saudi Cards: The Inside Story

Pepe Escobar Just when geopolitical practitioners were betting on regime change in Qatar – orchestrated by a desperate House of Saud – regime change ended up happening in Riyadh, orchestrated by Warrior Prince, Destroyer of Yemen and Blockader of Qatar, Mohammad bin Salman (MBS). Considering the impenetrability of that desert petrodollar family oligarchy impersonating a nation … Continue reading House of Saudi Cards: The Inside Story

India seeks a place at the other nuclear table

By Sabena Siddiqui Since 2016, India has been making efforts to attain membership of the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) , a nuclear technology control organization created to prevent misuse of nuclear technology and proliferation of nuclear materials. As a rule, prospective members have to be signatories of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as a prerequisite. … Continue reading India seeks a place at the other nuclear table

How the G-20 Summit Helped Trump and Putin Claim Victories

Don’t anticipate a swift improvement in the largely dysfunctional U.S.-Russia relationship. For Putin, the dysfunction is useful for domestic politics. The much anticipated first face-to-face meeting between Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin has taken place on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. The two presidents met for over two hours, with … Continue reading How the G-20 Summit Helped Trump and Putin Claim Victories

China – Imports take off on renewed demand for hi-tech gadgets

Robust rebound in a broad range of non-resources imports during May pushed China’s foreign trade growth far beyond expectations By Steve Wang and Lin Wanxia, @wxlin1220   Robust rebound in a broad range of non-resources imports during May pushed China’s foreign trade growth far beyond expectations, in a sign that the world’s largest emerging economy … Continue reading China – Imports take off on renewed demand for hi-tech gadgets