New Cold War in the Indian Ocean

Great power competition between the US, India, Japan and Australia on one side, and China on the other, is raising the strategic stakes in the maritime area By Bertil Lintner A new Cold War is brewing in the Indian Ocean, with an informal alliance of the United States, India, Australia, Japan on one side and … Continue reading New Cold War in the Indian Ocean

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It’s not a gas – time for Europe to stand up to US hawks on Russia

Neil Clark is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and blogger. He has written for many newspapers and magazines in the UK and other countries including The Guardian, Morning Star, Daily and Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, The Spectator, The Week, and The American Conservative. He is a regular pundit on … Continue reading It’s not a gas – time for Europe to stand up to US hawks on Russia

Crimea Wants to Be Part of Bigger World Together With Russia

Dmitry Babich A brief trip to Crimea in June 2017 made me understand: Crimea wants to be a part of the "bigger world," but only together with Russia   The theme of economic sanctions against Russia and especially against its region of Crimea is becoming a real bonanza for lawyers. First, the US Senate tried to introduce the legislation that would … Continue reading Crimea Wants to Be Part of Bigger World Together With Russia

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