With a new Great Wall between Russia and the West, Graham E. Fuller wonders what kind of role lies ahead for either the U.S. or Europe on the international scene.
Eurasia & the Epochal Decline in US Global Power
Both liberal and conservative political elites in the New York–Washington corridor of power have been on top of the world for so long that they can’t remember how they got there, writes Alfred McCoy.
Why the New Silk Roads are ‘Threat’ to US Bloc
The Middle East is the key to wide-ranging, economic, interlinked integration and peace, writes Pepe Escobar.
PEPE ESCOBAR: The Eagle, the Bear and the Dragon
The eagle has conveniently forgotten that the original, Ancient Silk Road linked the dragon with the Roman empire for centuries – with no interlopers outside of Eurasia, muses Pepe Escobar.