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Tag: Pepe Escobar
Pepe Escobar: On the Dawn of a New Global Financial System
Pepe Escobar interviews the Eurasia Economic Union’s Sergey Glazyev, a man in the eye of our current geopolitical and geo-economic hurricane.
WATCH: CN Live! — ‘Afghanistan: The 20-Year Disaster’
Pepe Escobar, Scott Horton, Scott Ritter and David McBride join CN Live! to discuss two decades of disaster in Afghanistan. Watch the replay.
Blowback: Taliban Target US Intel’s Shadow Army
The latest chapter of CIA ops in Afghanistan started when the 2001 bombing campaign was not even finished, writes Pepe Escobar.
Who Profits From the Kabul Suicide Bombing?
ISIS-Khorasan aims to prove to Afghans and to the outside world that the Taliban cannot secure the capital, writes Pepe Escobar.
Pepe Escobar: Afghanistan? Follow the Money
With the fall of Kabul, Pepe Escobar says it’s becoming clear that financial soft power tactics may be even more deadly than a NATO occupation.
PEPE ESCOBAR: The Slave, The Orator & The Emperor
A trio of Stoics from Ancient Greece offer philosophical opposition to today’s turbo capitalism in this excerpt from “Raging Twenties, Great Power Politics Meets Techno-Feudalism.”
In Quest of a Multi-Polar World
Michael Hudson and Pepe Escobar resume their conversation about a global monetary system that appears headed for divorce.
PEPE ESCOBAR: The Raging Twenties: A New Map of Dystopia
Pepe Escobar’s new book Raging Twenties: Great Power Politics Meets Techno-Feudalism tells the story of a new phase of the U.S. empire.
The Making of US Empire at the Beginning of its End
Pepe Escobar on reading Stephen Wertheim’s new book, Tomorrow the World.