The Empire’s Revenge: Set Fire to Southern Eurasia

The Empire’s Revenge: Set Fire to Southern Eurasia

Hegemon hacks are spinning that the North Atlantic has relocated to South China. Goodnight, and good luck. The collective cognitive dissonance displayed by the pack of hyenas with polished faces driving U.S. foreign policy should never be underestimated. And yet those Straussian neo-con psychos have been able to pull off a tactical success. Europe is…

Chinese Peace Negotiations in Eurasia are Gaining Ground

Chinese Peace Negotiations in Eurasia are Gaining Ground

A methodical, deliberate approach has been a hallmark of Chinese diplomacy for a millennia, and the outcomes of its actions are calculated over a considerable amount of time. In recent years, China has generally been assessed by experts as a country that has achieved breakthrough technological and economic development, the initiator of the global One…

The Capital of the Multipolar World: A Moscow Diary

The Capital of the Multipolar World: A Moscow Diary

In Moscow you feel no crisis. No effects of sanctions. No unemployment. No homeless people in the streets. Minimal inflation. How sharp was good ol’ Lenin, prime modernist, when he mused, “there are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen”. This global nomad now addressing you has enjoyed the privilege of…

Sergey Glazyev: ‘The Road to Financial Multipolarity will be Long and Rocky’

Sergey Glazyev: ‘The Road to Financial Multipolarity will be Long and Rocky’

The headquarters of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) in Moscow, linked to the Eurasia Economic Union (EAEU) is arguably one of the most crucial nodes of the emerging multipolar world. That’s where I was received by Minister of Integration and Macroeconomics Sergey Glazyev – who was previously interviewed in detail by The Cradle – for…

The Valdai Meeting: Where West Asia Meets Multipolarity

The Valdai Meeting: Where West Asia Meets Multipolarity

The 12th “Middle East Conference” at the Valdai Club in Moscow offered a more than welcome cornucopia of views on interconnected troubles and tribulations affecting the region. But first, an important word on terminology – as only one of Valdai’s guests took the trouble to stress. This is not the “Middle East” – a reductionist,…

Iran-China Strategic Partnership: The Big Picture

Iran-China Strategic Partnership: The Big Picture

This is a crucial inflexion point in an absorbing, complex, decades-long, ongoing historical process: Eurasia integration. Little wonder that President Raeisi, welcomed by a standing ovation at Peking University before receiving an honorary academic title, stressed “a new world order is forming and taking the place of the older one”, characterized by “real multilateralism, maximum…