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Geopolitics of multipolarity (Beijing lecture) — Alexander Dugin

I have written about this previously in the comments. Alexander Dugin summarized the main points pretty well. To understand the dynamic going on now in international relations, foreign affairs, military affairs, geopolitics, geostrategy, and choice of tactics, it is necessary to understand this outline in some detail. This is the grand chessboard on which the great game is being played presently between the land powers and their allies and the sea powers and their allies. The stakes are...

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China Seeks Indian and Russian Backing for ‘New’ Trading System — Lee Jeong-ho

China hopes to win Indian and Russian support in establishing a “new type” of “rules-based” and “multilateral” trade initiative.Multiple Indian media reports suggest the country’s recently re-elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join forces with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian leader Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Kyrgyzstan this week to express their concerns about US President Donald Trump’s protectionist...

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Kim Jin-hyun — Should We Expect ‘Pax Asiatica’ to Arise?

While the West is divided, with the US and the EU arguing with each other and suffering from internal crises, China and India are becoming world powers. What does it mean globally and locally? Should we expect any Asian country or Asia as a whole to become a new powerhouse? How to preserve security in the region and what Russia’s role in that could be? The world’s balance of power is slowly, but steadily moving towards Asia. While some countries like South Korea and Japan still depend on...

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Alastair Crooke — The Metaphysics to Our Present Global Anguish

Clearly, from the very outset, Trump has been “perceived by the globalist neo-liberal order as a mortal danger to the system which has enriched them” Jatras observes. The big question that Jatras poses in the wake of these events, is how could such collective hysteria have blossomed in to such visceral hostility, that parts of the ‘Anglo’ establishment are ready to intensify hostilities toward Russia – even to the point of risking “a catastrophic, uncontainable [nuclear] conflict”. How is...

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Alastair Crooke — Sanctioning the World, the US Inadvertently ‘Locks & Launches’ Multipolarism

If these US policies are not sustainable, what then? The primal flaw to the neo-con maximum leverage doctrine is its lack of any easy ladder down which to climb that does not appear to be a national US humiliation. Usually, if pressure doesn’t work, it is assumed that it was because there was not enough of it – for example, Trump attributes the weaknesses to the JCPOA to Obama failing to let the Iranians stew in sanctions for long enough. Obama cut the pressures too early in Trump’s view –...

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The world just changed. “Putin did it.”

Sunday reading. LobeLogUnipolar Strategy in a Multipolar World Paul Pillar Une parole francheMissile-gate Gilbert Doctorow | European Coordinator of The American Committee for East West Accord Ltd.Russian and Eurasian PoliticsPutin’s ‘Missile Speech’: Butter, Guns, and Security Discourse Gordon M. Hahn, Expert Analyst at Corr Analytics, http://www.canalyt.com and a Senior Researcher at the Center for Terrorism and Intelligence Studies (CETIS), Akribis Group, www.cetisresearch.org....

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Paul Grenier — Russia, America, and the Courage to Converse

Despite its claims to “open-ness,” liberalism in its late modern Western form becomes self-contained to the point of closure. Allied with such power constructs as the “liberal world order,” globalization (a word that came into common usage only after the fall of the Soviet Union) tends towards the homogenization of political space and the radical constriction of pluralism. Notice a trend toward closure? It's affected conventional economics in addition to politics. Plurism, the hallmark of...

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Russia Feed — Russia not willing to be a part of US-proposed UN reforms

Russia rejects US rejection of UN as chief guarantor of the international order.The UN has long been in the sights of the American right, and Donald Trump is a true believer in that position. Chairman of the State Duma Committee for International Affairs Leonid Slutksy … said that Russia views the UN Trump Reform as a major step in the “US coordinate system” towards a unipolar world order and toward a reduced role for the UN in the architecture of the 21st century. Nyet!Russia FeedRussia...

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