Although most media outlets, including purely political resources, are currently writing about the coronavirus pandemic, geopolitical processes continue to run their course.
If we are talking about geopolitics, we must apply an integrated an complex approach that combines power (primarily hard power - military strength and economic) and a certain view on the territory issues.
In an exclusive interview with FNA, Leonid Savin said, “The Strait of Hormuz is a very narrow place… Any small incidents may lead to a domino effect with serious consequences.
US president Donald Trump's approval ratings, at 49%, are now at their highest ever level since his assumption to office three years ago (1).
In our common understanding the term empire usually denotes a powerful country, in which one ethnicity oppressively rules others. Examples of these can include colonial empires of Spain, France, or Great Britain.
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.