The current crisis in Russia's relations with the West has nothing to do with gas, oil, energy resources or the economy in general. Attempts to explain politics by "Prize” in the spirit of Daniel Yergin are a vain and shallow.
Processes that can be called geopolitical turbulence, political transformation and creative destruction continue in the Balkans. For Russia, all of this has significance.
In recent years, the conceptual framework in the field of modern conflicts has undergone significant changes. New concepts and doctrines are emerging. However, some of them are transformed in a rather unique way. In particular, this applies to suc
It is clear that the declared “enemy” in this “War on Terror,” is not what we were led to believe, and increasingly, it is beginning to look like the enemy may in fact be, anyone who resists this global agenda.
The world oil market will undergo a fundamental change in the future. Choosing petrodollars or oil wars is no longer a question that can be answered.
The United States is the nation that most threatens democracy worldwide, far more than Russia or even China.