Month: August 2020

gender-equality

Politics And Gender Issues (I)

The article has the aim to investigate the situation of female representation in politics in the industrialized contemporary Western democracies. Though women are more and more visible in politics, we can not yet say they have taken an equal position compared to men. Of course, they have had to take […]

Biden predictable

China Sees Biden As Tough But Predictable

Joe Biden’s acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention on August 20 has been widely acclaimed in America and it enhances the growing perception that he is likely to prevail in November’s general election as President Trump’s support continues to wane due to his perceived failings in addressing the pandemic […]

Flee Paris 2

Fleeing Paris With Vladimir Lossky

Times of relative peace and prosperity are far more rare than we realize. Our present difficulties reflect stresses and strains that have been common in many parts of the world and through time. I have found some comfort in reading lives and stories from those times and places, particularly those […]

US Secretary of State Pompeo visits Belarus

The Geopolitics Of The Belarusian Crisis: Anti-Russian, Neutral To China, Pro-Polish

The Belarusian Crisis is an American Hybrid War against Russian interests in support of Poland’s US-backed regional ones related to the “Three Seas Initiative”, which won’t harm China’s interests even in the worst-case scenario despite Beijing’s plans for the Eurasian Land Bridge to transit through the Color Revolution-beleaguered former Soviet […]

Opposition protests in Minsk, Belarus, Aug 16, 2020

Russia Takes Europe’s Support To Calm Belarus

The mercurial Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has not been an easy ally for the Kremlin. But the growing interference by Belarus’ “New European” neighbours is setting the stage for a “colour revolution” with potentially anti-Russian orientation. Poland, egged on by the US, has convinced itself that it has become a […]

Elpidophoros visited the US president

The Constantinople Patriarchate Complained To Washington About Religious Liberty In Turkey

Although critical of Donald Trump in the past, the Constantinople Patriarchate decided to complain to Washington about the Hagia Sophia being turned into a mosque. The US president reportedly declared himself a “helper and supporter” of the Constantinople Patriarchate and of Patriarch Bartholomew personally, and stressed that he would immediately […]

UN SC defeated the US resolution

Snapback Sanctions On Iran Isn’t Open-And-Shut Case

The Iran nuclear issue moves to centerstage of international security with US President Donald Trump’s remarks Saturday that Washington “will be doing a snapback” against Iran — announcing Washington’s intention to push for restoration of all pre-2015 UN sanctions against Iran. Trump added, “You will be watching it next week.” […]