Analytics

12.04.2021

With the signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) on 15 November 2020, the announcement of the EU-China Comprehensive...
09.04.2021 Seth J. Frantzman

Israel is concerned about Iran’s role in Syria and Yemen, as well as its continued support for groups that threaten Israel. A recent discussion with...
06.04.2021 Leonid Savin

At the start of March, the Interim National Security Strategic Guidance was released on the initiative of the White House. The document has been...
05.04.2021 Matthew J.L. Ehret

As the USA continues its lunge into the abyss of obsolescence, under the new Don Quixote-modelled leadership of Joe Biden, Russia and China have...
31.03.2021 Niall Ferguson

In a famous essay, the philosopher Isaiah Berlin borrowed a distinction from the ancient Greek poet Archilochus: “The fox knows many things, but the...
30.03.2021 Erik Ringmar

Benedict Anderson’s book on nationalism is a modern classic (Anderson 2006). Even forty years after its initial publication, it is widely referenced...
29.03.2021 F. William Engdahl

Prevailing financial sector “wisdom” holds that while the bond and stock markets of the US and EU are dangerously inflated following huge COVID...
26.03.2021 Michael Hudson

Out of habit, American economists worry about federal debt. But federal debt can be redeemed by the Federal Reserve printing the money with which to...
25.03.2021 Pepe Escobar

It took 18 years after Shock and Awe was unleashed on Iraq for the hegemon to be mercilessly shocked and awed by a virtually simultaneous, diplomatic...
23.03.2021 Ben Richardson

The disciplinary roots of International Relations are being subject to postcolonial inquiry. One intellectual figure who requires such scrutiny is...