India’s Top Diplomat Reminded the West That the World Doesn’t Revolve Around It

India’s Top Diplomat Reminded the West That the World Doesn’t Revolve Around It

By calling a spade a spade and publicly discussing the open secret that all countries are primarily driven by the pursuit of what their leaderships sincerely regard as their objective national interests, MEA Jaishankar is doing a global service by removing the taboo that’s informally surrounded any talk about this fact. Minister of External Affairs…

Critiquing Kissinger’s Pragmatic Comments About the Ukrainian Conflict

Critiquing Kissinger’s Pragmatic Comments About the Ukrainian Conflict

Everyone should consider Kissinger’s comments as wishful thinking intended to simply remind US-led Western policymakers of the grand strategic context and inspire scenario forecasting connected to the consequences that their unilateral proxy war on Russia has for the emerging world order. Former US Secretary of State and National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, who’s best known…

A Key Russian Policy Influencer Shared Crucial Insight into His Country’s Grand Strategy

A Key Russian Policy Influencer Shared Crucial Insight into His Country’s Grand Strategy

This grand strategy envisions Russia becoming an independent pole of influence in the emerging Multipolar World Order, to which end Moscow must pragmatically balance between its two equally important Chinese and Indian Great Power partners. Countries like Pakistan, Israel, Turkey, and the several others that he named will remain important for Russia’s grand strategy but…

Rahul Gandhi vs. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar: A Clash of Worldviews

Rahul Gandhi vs. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar: A Clash of Worldviews

The clash between Gandhi’s unipolar liberal-globalist (ULG) worldview and Jaishankar’s multipolar conservative-sovereigntist (MCS) one says a lot about India’s position in the global systemic transition. Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi and External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar are publicly feuding with one another in an exchange that represents a clash of their diametrically opposed worldviews. Gandhi…

Russia, Iran, and India Are Creating a Third Pole of Influence in International Relations

Russia, Iran, and India Are Creating a Third Pole of Influence in International Relations

The success of this project will help the world make progress in moving past the present bi-multipolar intermediary phase of the global systemic transition and correspondingly create more opportunities for other countries to strengthen their strategic autonomy in the New Cold War. Russian Transportation Minister Valery Savelyev just recognized the vital role that Iran plays…

The US Is Recalibrating Its Eurasian Containment Strategy Against Russia & China

The US Is Recalibrating Its Eurasian Containment Strategy Against Russia & China

The US’ grand strategy pretty much amounts to preparing for what many fear might be the inevitable conventional phase of what some are already calling the ongoing Third World War that’s thus far only being waged through hybrid (economic, financial, information, proxy, etc.) means. Russia’s ongoing special military operation in Ukraine prompted the US to…