karen maquias @kiki
15 November, 07:25
karen maquias @kiki
23 September, 02:11
Marian Kamp @WWG1WGA
22 July, 08:32
In the Western camp, the concept of the "multipolar" world order is normally taboo, because it implies that the U.S. will lose its position as "policeman of the world." Indeed, projections of a multipolar future order generally come from Russia, China or other moose of the forming Eurasian bloc.

Kremlin chief Putin had recently stated against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine that attempts by the "collective West to push through its version of the world order are doomed to failure." Rather, the Russian intervention would mark the beginning of a reversal from American dominance in the world to a "multipolar" world. This process would not be able to be stopped.

karen maquias @kiki
07 July, 04:46
karen maquias @kiki
23 March, 11:03
karen maquias @kiki
08 March, 06:25
Shawn Case @shawncase
22 February, 05:01

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