Beyond multipolarity. This world is doomed; are we prepared for The Day After?
The report, which traditionally precedes the Munich Conference, has been published with a preface by its organizer, the German diplomat Wolfgang Ischinger, who sets the tone for the upcoming forum on February 15-17.
Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell declared Russia, Iran and China as enemies, and EU countries as debtors to the States
The most important aspect of the Theory of the Multipolar World (TMW) is the concept of counter-hegemony as first formulated in the context of the Critical Theory of International Relations (IR).
In view of the fact that it has been conclusively established in the works of A. Dugin that Eurasianism is indeed a universal philosophy or Weltanschauung for people all over the world – even (or perhaps especially) for those living in nations directly under Atlanticist control – we must now attempt to illuminate the most basic principles which bind the diverse adherents of the International Eurasian Movement together.
The big press conference of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is not only an excellent occasion to discuss the most important trends in international relations, but also an opportunity to track the main vectors of Russia's foreign policy.
The European elites are really clinging to their global structure because they feel and fear the resistance.