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07.03.2019 Alexander Wolfheze

The Maastricht Treaty that laid the formal groundwork for the present-day European Union was signed on 7 February 1992, only six weeks after the...
01.03.2019 Carlos Pereyra Melé

The following work presents the major challenges of the international agenda for these Latin American Bicentennial times of independences that...
28.01.2019 Masroor Ahmed

The subject of hegemony was discussed for the first time by an Italian philosopher Gramsci in his book “Prison Notebook” in which he explains that...
05.12.2018 Daria Platonova

The official reason for the protests in France is the price hike on gasoline and diesel fuel. Over the past year, prices have already increased by 15...
12.09.2018 Leonid Savin

Contemporary Chinese political scientists derive their doctrine of multipolarity from the Cold War era, and in particular the five principles of...
24.07.2018

Mr. Trump closed out a trip that began with a NATO summit in Brussels with a meeting with Mr. Putin. Afterward, the men held a remarkable news...
05.07.2018 Leonid Savin

In his article, “The Unipolar Moment”1, which was based on a series of lectures delivered in Washington, D.C. in September 1990, Charles Krauthammer...
04.05.2018 Leonid Savin

As we are speaking about the media, which is a set of instruments that is related to the formation of a narrative and a message that is then sent to...
19.04.2018 Alexander Wolfheze

A central theme in Traditionalist thought is how all temporal power, beauty, goodness and innocence in the microcosm of the earthly sphere reflects...
10.04.2018 Friedrich Hansen

The recent Western plunge into narratives of malicious poisonings, be it in Salisbury or in Syria, reflect political infantilism and a fundamental...