The US will only succeed in its quest to indefinitely prolong the unipolar moment if it destabilizes the Central Asian core of Eurasia, which would consequently disrupt the independent rise of the five Great Powers that form the Golden Circle of the Heartland.
Month: March 2018
Ghana Is Getting Nothing For Being The Pentagon’s Puppet In West Africa
The US’ interest in Ghana stems from the country’s relative stability as an island of peace in a region largely beset by terrorist attacks and rebel insurgencies, with it being all the more attractive of a partner due to its dual mainland-maritime position in being a backdoor to the Sahel region.
Trump Has Begun To Lose Putin’s Respect
It wasn’t the work of the two countries’ diplomats or even US-Russian relations as a whole that took the biggest hit from Washington’s recent decision. The main fallout from Trump’s move might be seen in Vladimir Putin’s new disappointment in him.
21st-Century Paradigm Shift In Eurasia: Towards A New Trilateral
If Russia and Pakistan want to enter into a strategic partnership with one another, then they must lay the prerequisite groundwork for harnessing all aspects of their national power in the sustainable fashion. If successful in this ambitious endeavor, it can reinforce the “weak link” of the Great Power triangle and effect tangible geopolitical change in Eurasia.
The Death Of The Liberal World Order
It’s fairly likely that the current crisis of liberalism will definitively bury the unipolar Western system of hegemony. And the budding movements of populism and regional protectionism can serve as the basis for a new, multipolar world order.
Ethiopia: “Deceptive Facelift” Or “Full-Blown Change”?
Abiy Ahmed’s election by the EPDRF as their new chairman and most likely the country’s next Prime Minister appears to be more than just an insincere and hasty “band-aid solution” of elevating a “token” Oromo Muslim figure to power and seems to truly indicate that the country is on the cusp of full-blown change.
Salisbury Incident Report: Hard Evidence For Soft Minds
This 6-paged document is a powerful evidence of another intellectual low of British propaganda machine. Open it and you can tell that substantially it makes only two assertions on the Skripal case, and both are false.
US Criticism Of Congo Highlights E-Voting Hypocrisy And Hybrid War Threats
The US “deep state” security establishment fears that it’s “losing the Congo” and its globally important cobalt reserves to China and that the only way to reverse this trend is to remove Kabila from power and prevent his soon-to-be-announced preferred successor from entering into office.
Media Claim Economic Causes Prevail in the ‘Skripal Attack’ case
The officials in Britain are deliberately escalating “hysteria” around the incident with Mr. Skripal so that ordinary Britons could not assess the real consequences for the country’s economy as a result of Brexit implementation.
Baloch Separatist Defector Exposes Europe’s Double Standards To Terrorism
How come terrorists are allowed to run their organisations from UK and Switzerland? Why is international media quiet on these so-called Baloch leaders who are carrying out terrorist activities in Pakistan while enjoying a luxurious life in Europe?
The “Taiwan Travel Act” Is A Psy-Op Against China With Economic Dimensions
The Taiwan Travel Act position the breakaway island to play a crucial role in any forthcoming US-Chinese trade war due to its increasingly privileged status in the eyes of American strategists.
Historical Roots of Modern Albanian Imperialism
The roots of Albanian territorial megalomania that is formulated within the framework of a „united“ Greater Albania are dating back in 1878 as a consequence of the results of the Great Eastern Crisis. All projects of a Greater Albania have been anti-Christian Orthodox and primarily anti-Russian.