Independent geopolitical analyst, writer and journalist
The SCO in Samarkand and the UN General Assembly have demonstrated how virtually the whole Global South outside of NATOstan does not demonize Russia.
This is an existential war. A do or die affair, Pepe Escobar writes.
The EU has weaponized the supply of European energy on behalf of a financial racket, against the interests of European industry and consumers.
The vile assassination of Darya Dugina, or terror at the gates of Moscow, is not really solved, Pepe Escobar writes.
As Eurasian integration will become an even stronger vector, Russian diplomacy will be solidifying the new normal.
Darya Dugina will be flying like an eagle in an otherworldly sky.
It’s tempting to visualize the overwhelming collective West debacle as a rocket, faster than free fall, plunging into the black void maelstrom of complete socio-political breakdown.
The SCO and other pan-Eurasian organizations play a completely different – respectful, consensual – ball game. And that’s why they are catching the full attention of most of the Global South.
NAM 2.0 drive – of which China is a key player – stands in stark opposition to how the Empire of Chaos – and Lies – wove its toxic net, via the war on terror, since the start of the millennium.