Marek Glinka Published: 27-Jul.-2016 in topic Eurasia region: Russia
Thomas Bach trying to protect the traditions and mechanisms of big sports.
Andrew Korybko Published: 18-Jul.-2016 in topic Security and Conflicts region: Asia
The failed coup attempt against Erdogan provoked a flurry of excited polemics in the alternative informational space, leading to the emergence of two competing hypotheses.
Christopher Pisarenko Published: 07-Mar.-2016 in topic Ethnopolitic region:
Race is the ultimate existential begetter, not the begotten. It is the exclusive Ideal and Archetype, not the quantitative sum total.
Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Published: 02-Mar.-2016 in topic Security and Conflicts region: Europe
It is the triumph of Samuel Huntington and of his project, hidden inside his prophecy of a “Clash of Civilizations”. It is also a triumph for Neoconservatives who have engineered all western interventions in the Middle East (and also in Ukraine), during the last 15 years.
Adomas Abromaitis Published: 23-Feb.-2016 in topic Security and Conflicts region: Europe
Petr Pavel, chairman of the NATO Military Committee, said that he had heard calls for the "containment" of Russia but believes that approach would only increase the risk a military confrontation. 
Christopher Pisarenko Published: 29-Jan.-2016 in topic Eurasia region: India
The Doctrine of the Four Ages fundamentally supports the concept of humanity’s devolution or “fall” from a primeval state of higher consciousness. 
Katehon think tank Published: 28-Jan.-2016 in topic Strategy region: USA
To restrain  Russia, the American military offers to refocus the US military priorities in its NATO activities from operations in other world regions back to Europe.
Andrew Korybko Published: 21-Jan.-2016 in topic Security and Conflicts region: Europe
There are no indications that the protests will let up any time soon, thus accelerating the chances that the protesters and security services will come to blows in the coming future. The ruling coalition’s viability is directly dependent on whether or not they order the police and related forces to crack down on the demonstrators, and the loyalty of these units is also a factor that shouldn’t be fully assumed.
Christopher Pisarenko Published: 20-Jan.-2016 in topic Religion region: USA
Calvinism caught on like wild fire in North America (even among the White masses), where an austere spiritual-cultural-political-economic worldview was needed in order to: (1) inspire endless thrift and hard work among the masses, (2) tame the vast American wilderness (considered by settlers to be the biblical “Promised Land” or “Canaan”), and (3) subjugate the “heathen” Indians (also considered by settlers to be immoral “Canaanites”).
Leonid Savin Published: 18-Jan.-2016 in topic Security and Conflicts region:
Learning from past experience, the armed forces can play a crucial role during "color revolutions", becoming the executive branch of the sovereign state (according to Carl Schmitt, a German jurist, sovereign is someone who makes decisions in critical situations).
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