4th political theory

The first liberals

Thomas Nast [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
05.04.2017

The first liberals (including English politician R. Cobden[i], the US President W. Wilson and the pacifist N. Angell[ii]), in their main theses, oppose realists as to them the political regime (to be more specific, democracy or non-democracy) is crucial in the analysis of IR. If the countries are democratic, they steadily evolve, aiming at the creation of the over-state system and appearance of special over-governmental institutions. Whilst the other countries democratize, they will be joined in these institutions. That’s why the principle of national egoism and “self-help” may be included in democratization process, which may be the basis of the civil societal world and different societies’ integration, being yet divided by national borders, in one democratic civil society.

The end of MSM power

Source: pixabay.com; author: pixel2013
14.02.2017

‘Fake news’. It’s the current big news not just in the USA and Britain, but in every Western nation in the world.

Alexander Dugin's interview with Alex Jones

Source: YouTube.com https://youtu.be/9JNLU7LpTXE
10.02.2017

Exclusive interview for Infowars: 

Alexander Dugin reveals the truth  about his relations with President Putin, his attitude towards President Trump and his philosophy.

Multipolarity – The Definition and the Differentiation Between its Meanings

14.09.2017

From a purely scientific point of view, there still exists no full and complete theory of a multipolar world (TMW) to date, nor can it be found among the classical theories and paradigms of International Relations (IR). We will try to look for it in the latest post-positivist theories in vain. It is not fully developed in its final aspect, the sphere of geopolitical research. Time and time again this theme is openly comprehended, but still left “behind the scenes” or treated in too biased of a fashion within international relations.