The term “Nomos” was introduced into modern political science by the German lawyer Carl Schmitt. The word had several meanings in Ancient Greece, including “law” or “custom”. It was also an administrative territorial unit (divided into “nomoi”).
The geographical toponym Western Asia is used here instead of the colonial expression “Middle/Near East”, widely spread and used by everyone, as the consequence of brainwashing done by Western (European) and Anglo-American media, which became the regular and classical weapon of war.
The term dystopia was coined in the late nineteenth century by John Stuart Mill as opposed to the term eutopia or utopia used by Tomas Moro to designate an ideal place or society.