Monday, 15 July , 2024

Nation states

Samir Amin’s last two battles

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Shortly before his death, in a series of writings, Samir Amin unfolded the two issues that mainly concerned him. The first was...

Sans le soutien de l’Occident, le régime de Zelensky s’effondrera dans...

Aug 29, 2023 Eric Denécé – docteur en science politique, directeur du Centre Français de Recherche sur le Renseignement (CF2R), estime que la cause profonde...

Kashmir is the Test Bed for a New Model of Internal...

It is distressing that parties which should have been most concerned about the implications of this move have fallen in line. The thrust of...

Seeking Robespierre

Yellow Vests: The search for a “collective Robespierre”, for a new Incorruptible! By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 03/14/2019 Article two of three (Read the first article here) “We need time,”...

Catalogne ou la règle de trois

Par Guillaume Berlat « Errarre humanum est, perserverare diabolicum ». Manifestement, dans cette période de « défaite de la pensée »1, le premier ministre espagnol, Mariano Rajoy ne semble...

Putin on Nuclear Arms, October Revolution, Trump, Catalonia, BRICS, West and...

Meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club Vladimir Putin took part in the final plenary session of the 14th annual meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club titled The World of the Future: Moving Through Conflict...

Between Eurotopia and Nationalism: A Third Way for the Future of...

The Brexit has put the question of the final goal of integration on the agenda. The debate is characterised by a binary logic: either ever more deepening of integration or total disintegration with falling back into a system of nation states. While further integration is stopped by the heterogeneity of member states returning to the nation state is unrealistic,