Russia and Europe: Topical Issues of Contemporary International Journalism

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE «Russia and Europe: Topical Issues of Contemporary International Journalism» Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry and Federal Communications Agency are organizing a conference, «Russia and Europe:...

Palestine claims full recognition to the U.N.

Just few days ago, some news about Palestine claiming its full national recognition within the United Nation Organisation reached the media. The 15-member Security...

The conflict over the Nile water

    The conflict over the Nile water raised up when every state on the Nile basin reclaim it’s right to control the water and...

Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya on Libya

Interview – Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya on liBya (questions by Chiara Felli and Giovanni Andriolo for  Eurasia) After months of fighting, as eye witness,...

"Social and Economic Effects of Modernization"

The report is made on the initiative of the Member of the Committee on Banks and Banking of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Chairman of the Board of the Millennium Bank, Mikhail Baydakov, under the scientific leadership of the Director of the Schiffers Institute for Advanced Research, Prof. Yury Gromyko and of the Economist and Member of the Scientific Committee of the Italian journal “La Finanza”, Paolo Raimondi.

USA: is payments default the answer?

The recent economic crisis seems not to have depleted its effects: the United States are now dealing with a very prominent scenario: the declaration...

THE MEDITERRANEAN AND CENTRAL ASIA: THE HINGES OF EURASIA

The transition from the unipolar system to a multipolar one is generating tensions in two particular areas of the Eurasian landmass: the Mediterranean and Central Asia. The process of consolidation of polycentrism seems to be undergoing an impasse caused by the “regionalist” behavior adopted by the Eurasian powers. The identification of a single great Mediterranean-Central Asian space, functioning as the hinge of the Euro-Afro-Asian landmass, could provide operational elements for Eurasian integration.

USA: Hegemony and Decline

Issue 3/2010 of the review of Geopolitics “Eurasia”, entitled USA: HEGEMONY AND DECLINE, has been released. This 288-page volume contains 24 articles about the USA, a still-hegemonic power in decline, on the scene of the transition from unipolarism to the new multipolarist order. Here follows a list and a short synthesis of each article.

Italy has already lost its Libyan war

Whatever will be the outcome of this conflict, Italy has already lost its Libyan campaign. Our governors, mindful of the worst national speciality, celebrated the 150 years of unity with a glaring about-face toward Libya. Not only the honour and reputation are at peril though. The oil furniture and orders, however the conflict will end, will probably go, most of them if not all, from the Italian hands to other countries.

The USA, Turkey and the Crisis of the Western System

The unipolar system , which seems to have been filed by history, has entered a deep crisis together with the U.S. – led Western system. The economic and financial collapse and the loss of a reliable partner in the “geopolitical building” such as Turkey determined the end of the U.S. expansion. The U.S. are now on the crest of a very important decision: shelving the project of the world supremacy, and therefore sharing the political and economic choices with other global actors, or instead, insisting on the hegemonic plan, risking their very survival as a nation. The choice will be dictated by the relations that will be established in the short to medium term, among the pressure groups that influence the U.S. foreign policy and the evolution of the multipolar system.
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