Will Biden Continue Trump's Troop-Pullout Policy in Afghanistan?


America is not a single reality. There are the American people, there is the American political system and then there's the deep state that controls most important aspects of America's existence, production and distribution of its wealth. The real intention of the deep state is to maintain its hegemonic status quo through the use of the powers of various Western nations, most notably the US

Modern Europe: Multiculturalism or Multiterrorism?


In response to terrorist attacks, government officials have promised to strengthen security measures, toughen immigration controls, and develop a more comprehensive system of crime prevention. However, neither the European capitals nor Brussels have made the decision to call the problem for what it is, a problem that has already grown to a pan-European scale.



Due to the fact that the 2020 election in the U.S. is an event of great importance, on which will depend no less than the fate of the world order, the balance of power in each of the States and even the personality of governors, mayors of major cities and the profile of the forces influencing the decision of the electorate are not just local, but global. 

The Two Undersides to Geo-Politics


The point here is two-fold: China is setting the scene to challenge a fiat dollar, at a sensitive moment of dollar weakness. And secondly, China is placing ‘facts on the ground’ -- shaping standards from the bottom up, through widespread overseas adoption of its technology.  

Counter-hegemonic visions of Neo-Eurasianism


The book “Fourth Political Ideology” - manifesto of Eurasianism brilliantly explains matters and reasons why this ideology has a right to exist, but actually, Eurasianism lacks pragmatic structure and ways how to resist against the present unipolar international system.

Geopolitics of American elections


This is no longer just an elected campaign - this is the first stage of a full-fledged Civil War. In this war, two Americas collide - two ideologies, two democracies, two freedoms, two identities, two mutually exclusive value systems, two politicians, two economies and two geopolitics.