Geopolitics

Wars of oblivion

Just as in Southeast Asia in 1975, today in the Middle East, America reaps the mistakes it sowed by intervening brutally and ineffectively, by tearing countries apart, and by backing …

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An Empire’s Retreat

During the Suez Canal crisis in 1956, the at the time American president Dwight Eisenhower withdrew his support from France and England, who wanted to invade Egypt in response to …

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An Unhappy New World

Anguish spreads through the globalized world, and especially through its once hegemonic centers. Capitalist globalization itself has generated problems that not even the economic management or the political management are …

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