Civilizations

Trump’s Wall and the Neoliberalist Agenda: A Brief Analysis

31.01.2017

Although Candidate Trump’s adamant insistence of “building the wall” was discussed numerously, right from the outset of announcing his presidential candidacy, the executive order that the now President Trump has just signed, albeit not entirely legally applicable from the perspective of some, has caused more controversy in that now-way-too-familiar unique Trump confrontational stance.

Trump, Russia and Novorossiya

30.01.2017

We must not fool ourselves and think that the new American President Trump will be a real friend of Russia. He will work to "make America great again", and that contradicts any wishes of substantially better relations with Russia.

The Satire of Sidekicks

James K. Baxter
James K. Baxter
28.01.2017

The way Baxter writes poetry, the techniques he uses, makes his ideas so powerful that it helps each new generation get motivated and active in the resistance to Global Atlanticism.

PROXY WAR PARALLELS: SYRIA AND CAMBODIA

27.01.2017

On the outset, it seems that Syria and Cambodia have little in common, are in very different regions, and have very different cultures. But it is striking that the Cambodia proxy war from 1979 to 1993 (post-Khmer Rouge rule) seems to be replicated by the current proxy war on Syria.

What is the Alt Right?

27.01.2017

The Alt Right, which stands for the “Alternative Right,” is an umbrella movement launched in the United States. It challenges both the mainstream Left and Right, which it views as essentially two versions of the same Liberal ideology.

The Rise of the Precariat

26.01.2017

“Precariat” - derived from the word precarious – is a newly emerging class in the workforce that experiences constant deprivation, anger, anxiety, and alienation in their work.