Post-Coup Turkey Will Be Distinctly Eurasian
Jul21

Post-Coup Turkey Will Be Distinctly Eurasian

Author: Andrew Korybko The aftermath of the failed US-directed and Gulen-inspired coup attempt is already making itself clear, with Prime Minister Yildirim stating that Turkey might reinstate the death penalty to deal with the plotters. This statement is just as symbolic as it is substantial, since not only does it disprove allegations that Erdogan “planned this” himself for some Machiavellian purpose, but it also...

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Rise Of Border Security Fences Forces Reconsideration Of Wildlife Conservation Strategies In Eurasia
Jul02

Rise Of Border Security Fences Forces Reconsideration Of Wildlife Conservation Strategies In Eurasia

Between 25,000 and 30,000 kilometers of wire fences and walls surrounds the borders of many countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. This is killing wildlife that becomes entangled and acts as a barrier to wildlife movements, cutting species off from important seasonal habitats. The long-term consequences are a lower viability of wildlife populations, and a reduction in their ability to respond to climate change. This situation...

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Russia gold deal rich in symbolism
Jun14

Russia gold deal rich in symbolism

Ukrainian-born Russia billionaire Viktor Vekselberg, who is close to the Kremlin, wants to be part of a deal spearheaded by London-listed Petropavlovsk that would see the British-based company buy more gold assets in the Eurasia powerhouse. If the ambitious and far-reaching transaction was successful, it would be a major step towards consolidation of the fragmented  gold sector in Russia, analysts told Mining Journal. Vekselberg is...

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Hybrid Wars and Democratic Security
Jun14

Hybrid Wars and Democratic Security

Author: Andrew Korybko Hybrid Wars are actually something completely different than what most people think they are. My view is that what everybody else talks about – information war, economic war, institutional war – all of that has actually been practiced before, it’s just that nowadays it’s being integrated together into a weaponized approach. Instead, my definition of Hybrid War deals with its practical implementation in...

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Counter-hegemony in the theory of the multipolar world
May17

Counter-hegemony in the theory of the multipolar world

Author: Alexander Dugin The most important aspect of the Theory of the Multipolar World (TMW) is the concept of counter-hegemony as first formulated in the context of the Critical Theory of International Relations (IR). In transitioning from Critical Theory to the Theory of the Multipolar World, this concept also undergoes a special sense of transformation which should be examined in more detail. In order to render such an analysis...

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