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The Global South Rising (Up)
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The Global South Rising (Up)
January 31, 2023

Davos annual meeting comes across as rather outdated and obsolete with its now heavily tarnished global image all the more so.

The West Is Running Both Out of Time and Excuses in Ukraine
January 31, 2023

The latest media gimmick – tanks – will only place NATO on a higher elevation to fall from, that is of course if the tanks themselves even arrive in Ukraine and are not sold on the black market

The West Is Running Both Out of Time and Excuses in Ukraine
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The Fall and Fall of the European Empire
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The Fall and Fall of the European Empire
January 30, 2023

Russia’s pending Ukrainian victory will reverberate globally as well as more locally, Declan Hayes writes.

‘At War with Russia’, Europe Peers Down the Abyss
January 30, 2023

Russia is unlikely to take the bait: It has the real strategic advantage in all areas of engagement with the Ukrainian forces.

‘At War with Russia’, Europe Peers Down the Abyss
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Nobody with an IQ over room temperature will expect Davos this week to discuss any aspect of the NATO vs. Eurasia existential war seriously.
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Somewhere in her private pantheon, Pallas Athena, Goddess of Geopolitics, is immensely enjoying the show.
Current Russian tactics are the absolute opposite of the military theory of concentrated force developed by Napoleon, Pepe Escobar writes.
It is absurd to blame Moscow for using “food as a weapon” when the people who are making the accusation are the same ones who are blocking Russia from exporting commodities.
Putin in fact did nail where we are: on the edge of a Revolution.
Russia will not allow the Empire to control Ukraine, whatever it takes. That’s intrinsically linked to the future of the Greater Eurasia Partnership.
Moscow may need to make the Western military infrastructure and its authoring centers for the Kiev regime take a direct hit too in order to reinforce its red lines.
This is an existential war. A do or die affair, Pepe Escobar writes.