Geopolitics

Those dusts brought these muds

Under Trump’s chaotic administration United States are heading towards an authoritarian, non-representative, and sloppy regime that will end up in a categorical division between states and regions. The dysfunctionalities of a constitutional model designed for another time and currently exploited by just one bi-cephalous party (plutocrats together with low reactionary sectors), have made a dictator apprentice climb up and perch onto power.

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ORDER AND DISORDER TEN THESES ON GEOPOLITICS

This note is an announcement.  In the current month of July a book of mine will become available.  Its title is Strategic Impasse and it offers my own views of the present state of geopolitics, some of which I have presented in Opinion Sur.  Here is a brief description and ten theses, which I hope will prompt critical thought.

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Notes on the End of the World

Faced with a general but inorganic unrest, democratic political systems are crumbling in many countries, resulting in authoritarian and improvised governments. The real change is taking place locally and will be enhanced by the macro-crises that are approaching.

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A threatened world

True democracy is in full setback; sometimes in broad daylight, others almost without us realizing it. It is threatened from the top by despotic and corrupt governments (most of them elected) and from the bottom by a distracted and uninformed population. It is time to wake up and fight from civil society and from suitable institutions that are still standing.

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