One of the most popular and debated arguments is the West's theft of Russia's foreign reserves and, consequently, the blaming of the liberal bloc government for placing them. I am far from a supporter of liberalism, in fact I am an irreconcilable opponent of it, but it is still worth getting to the bottom of the myths and propaganda.
It is necessary to leave the unipolar system and, above all, its constructs to enter a new multipolar order, so that each state can regain its sovereignty and have its own weight in the contemporary geopolitical framework
To win in the Special Military Operation requires the economic mobilization of the country. The Special Military Operation has been going on for almost ten months and there are no signs of such mobilization.
In the structure of the modern Western world, wars currently no longer serve the purpose of settling scores between two countries, moved by the principle of self-determination of peoples. Rather, they are the excuse to justify geopolitical events aimed at the expansion of the power of those financial lobbies, for some time now unchallenged, commanding and deciding over the lives of a large part of the planet.
The Republic of Angola is a state located in southwestern Africa. To the west it is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south it borders with Namibia, to the north with the Democratic Republic of Congo and to the east with Zambia. The predominant language of the population is Portuguese, used by 71% of the total population. Therefore, Angola is the second country in the world after Brazil, where the official language is Portuguese. This is due to the fact that Angola has long been a colony of Portugal. The colonial period begins in 1483, with the arrival of the Portuguese under the command of Diogo Cau. And only in 1974, after the war of independence, Angola received the status of an independent republic.
Currently, the authorities and society, beyond the war, are mainly concerned with how to adapt to the new conditions. What is new about these conditions is that we have been excluded from the West and have excluded the West from ourselves. Not that this is something completely new and unprecedented: in our history, we have very often found ourselves in this kind of relationship with the West. It is no big deal, and nothing terrible will happen this time. However, our lives will change significantly.
It is understandable for Middle Eastern states to stay aloof, as ‘bystanders’, but that does not mean that they will avoid becoming ‘road kill’ in this Euro-collision. They will.
A failure in Ukraine could well mean the disintegration of EU and NATO, Alastair Crooke writes.
“The era of liberal globalization is over. Before our eyes, a new world economic order is being formed”