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The Constitutional Coup-Color Revolution Two-Step In Brazil

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

25. April 2016

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The Constitutional Coup-Color Revolution Two-Step In Brazil

Brazil is in the midst of a prolonged regime change operation, as documented step-by-step by Pepe Escobar in his articles for Sputnik, RT, and the Strategic Culture Foundation. The author’s intent isn’t to get into the situational specifics of each and every detail behind the US’ techniques, but to provide a general overview of the […]

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BRICS, multipolarity and membership: the 100-200 million club

By Kristian GIRLING (UK)

20. April 2016

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BRICS, multipolarity and membership: the 100-200 million club

Introduction Since 2010 the BRICS grouping has developed as a focus of organisation among emerging regional and international powers. That it has come to in existence is indicative of a broader shift towards a multipolar world in international affairs. The success of BRICS so far other than as a novel attempt at reorientation of states […]

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Hybrid Wars 3. Predicting Next Hybrid Wars

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

18. March 2016

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Hybrid Wars 3. Predicting Next Hybrid Wars

(Please read Part I and Part II prior to this article) Theoretical Review Identifying The Targets: The first two parts of the series introduced new concepts to the Hybrid War theory and successfully tested them on the Syrian and Ukrainian cases. This proved that a certain methodology does in fact exist for explaining and analyzing […]

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Summer of Summits and Russia’s Grand Geo-Economic Strategy (I)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

7. September 2015

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Summer of Summits and Russia’s Grand Geo-Economic Strategy (I)

While Western pundits have been busy building the myth of “Russian isolation” all throughout the summer, the country itself has been busy hosting four major forums and summits that absolutely refute the mainstream media’s false narrative. The Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), BRICS Summit, SCO Summit, and the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) have each […]

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America’s Guide To Dismantling The Multipolar World

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

23. December 2014

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America’s Guide To Dismantling The Multipolar World

The US is currently engaged in a global campaign to push back against multipolarity and prolong the unipolar moment. This epic struggle is taking place across all of the continents, with specific Resistant & Defiant (R&D) Cores and their affiliated economic and infrastructural interests being targeted for destabilization. The entire plan is based on a […]

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Massive new debt hides years of negative GDP growth in EU and USA

By Jon HELLEVIG (Finland)

29. September 2014

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Massive new debt hides years of negative GDP growth in EU and USA

In a groundbreaking study Awara Group reveals that the real GDP growth of Western countries has been in negative territory for years. Only by massively loading up debt have they been able to hide the true picture and delay the onset of an inevitable collapse of their respective economies. The study shows that the real […]

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How sanctions are hastening the world without the West

By Rakesh Krishnan SIMHA (India)

21. September 2014

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How sanctions are hastening the world without the West

Sanctions are forcing large volumes of trade and finance out of the ambit of traditional networks, weakening western control over such flows. Western sanctions are having an unintended effect. They are accelerating the birth of a parallel ecosystem where countries not allied to the West are able to operate without the constant threat of sanctions. […]

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Why the West is destined to decline?

By Jon HELLEVIG (Finland)

15. September 2014

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Why the West is destined to decline?

I think it was Eric Kraus who pointed out that it is not quite correct to refer to the increasing Western hostilities against Russia as a Cold War, because that connotes the idea of an antagonism between opposing ideological camps, as used to be the case between the Soviet block and the West. Rather, we […]

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Russia and the Latin American Leap to Multipolarity

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

23. August 2014

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Russia and the Latin American Leap to Multipolarity

Russia has restored its Soviet-era global reach under Vladimir Putin, extending its influence all across the world. Because it fulfills the role of a strategic balancer, relationships with Russia are now more prized than ever as the world moves towards multipolarity. Certain contextual backgrounds make Latin America overly receptive to multipolarity and Russia’s grand foreign […]

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China and BRICS: Upgrading Global Agenda

By Alexander SALITZKI (Russia)

3. April 2013

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China and BRICS: Upgrading Global Agenda

A few weeks have passed since the Chinese fifth generation leaders came to power. The first impression is really strong. Newly elect Chairman Xi Jinping has visited Moscow and has taken part in the Durbin top level BRICS event; he has received US Secretary of Treasure and Henry Kissinger in Beijing. The issues in focus, […]

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BRICS: New Geopolitical Model and Russia’s Foreign Policy Priority

By Alexander MEZYAEV (Russia)

1. April 2013

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BRICS: New Geopolitical Model and Russia’s Foreign Policy Priority

Another annual BRICS summit wrapped up on March 27 in South Africa. A cycle of top level events taking place by turns in the member states capitals is over. This time it was of special importance for Russia. In early February Russian President Vladimir Putin approved the new Foreign Policy Concept, which states that BRICS […]

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The Return of Empires (VI)

By Dmitry MININ (Russia)

17. March 2013

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The Return of Empires (VI)

Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Modern-day empires in the West The rebirth of the imperial spirit in the West is moving along two sometimes converging, but in recent times increasingly diverging, lines. Looking at Europe’s relations with its neighbours, one can see that the European Union initially pursued an imperial […]

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