Nineteen fourteen was a terrible year, much worse than the most pessimistic imaginings at the time had forecast, and it was perhaps among the worst years in human history.
Think tanks in today's world play an important role in shaping the political agenda. This essay briefly describes some of these types of organisations.
Public dissatisfaction with Boris Johnson’s handling of Christmas parties in Downing Street during the height of Covid lockdowns—and his subsequent duplicity over the details of those parties in response to reporters’ investigations—finally caught up to him. Last week, Johnson resigned.
Developments in the field of security in the Baltic Sea area show a strong trend towards the regionalization of European security.
This interview by Pavel Kiselev with history and geopolitics expert Alexander Bovdunov addresses the current reality of Eastern Europe. The book that Bovdunov has just published has had a wide resonance among Russian conservatives and has become essential to study the political and philosophical processes in Eastern Europe.
While the newly installed government in Pakistan bickers with millions of its people that ‘there was no US instigated coup to replace Imran Khan,’ Prime Minister Sheriff’s government has inadvertently provided evidence that Washington is clearly e
Since the beginning of the Special Operation carried out by the Russian Federation at the moment in Ukrainian territory, the Western media have defined it as a confrontation between two "post-Soviet" States, governed since then by two oligarchies
Klaus Schwab, passionate for Ukraine, essentially configured the World Economic Forum (WEF) to showcase Zelensky and to leverage the argument that Russia should be kicked out of the civilised world. Schwab’s target was the assembled crème de la crème of the world’s business leaders assembled there. Zelensky pitched big: “We want more sanctions and more weapons”; “All trade with the aggressor should be stopped”; “All foreign business should leave Russia so that your brands are not associated with war crimes”, he said. Sanctions must be all encompassing; values must matter.
For the future development of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, there are at least three scenarios and mixed options between them. First is a surrender of Ukrainian forces. It depends on the political decision of president Zelensky. But because NATO countries still providing weapon systems and arms to Ukraine I think it is not possible in near future. The second scenario is protracted conflict. It may be frozen or escalated but will be limited by region. The third variant is most dangerous and means more active
Stockholm has been assisting & is still helping NATO to carry out military aggression in other countries in every possible way