Articles

24.09.2021 Leonid Savin

On 8 September, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, one of America’s leading security and foreign policy think tanks, published a...
23.09.2021 Alexander Dugin

September 22 is the Independence Day of the African state of Mali. In Antiquity, since the 13th century, a real African Empire was formed on the...
22.09.2021 Moon of Alabama

The AUKUS deal allowed Australia to cancel an order for diesel driven submarines from France by taking up a U.S. and British offer to eventually...
22.09.2021 Pepe Escobar

The two defining moments of the historic 20th anniversary Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Dushanbe, Tajikistan had to come from the...
22.09.2021 Alastair Crooke

Clearly, the principal casualty of the Taliban’s lightning takeover of Afghanistan, plus the associated debacle of a dysfunctional western withdrawal...
22.09.2021 SÂA FRANÇOIS FARAFÍN SANDOUNO

In recent years, on European soil, there has been a lot of talk about what is called a "migratory wave" by the Western mainstream media. A term that...
21.09.2021 Cynthia Chung

As a staunch Malthusian, Kissinger believed that “nature” had provided the means to cull the herd, and by using economic policies that utilised the...
21.09.2021 Ayesha Siddiqa

Imran Khan, Pakistan’s 22nd prime minister, may turn out to be the second in the country’s history to complete at least one full term. The first...
17.09.2021 Alexander Dugin

Context of Africa’s return to the spotlight is the transition from a unipolar world to a multipolar one. During the unipolar moment that followed the...
15.09.2021 Fardin Eftekhari

Recent remarks by Russian and Iranian officials suggest that Iran is on the verge of gaining full membership in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization...