The West’s Plan B: Secure the Realm

Fadi Lama Having failed in preserving the unipolar order, the west will resort to Plan B – reviving a bipolar world based on the ‘civilized’ west and the ‘barbarian’ rest. Plan A: Global Hegemony By the late 1990s, it was clear that a China-led Asia would be the dominant economic, technological and military power of the…

St. Petersburg Sets the Stage for the War of Economic Corridors

Pepe Escobar At St. Petersburg on Friday, backers of multipolarity pushed forward integration of their networks In St. Petersburg, the world’s new powers gather to upend the US-concocted “rules-based order” and reconnect the globe their way The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum has been configured for years now as absolutely essential to understand the evolving dynamics…

Venezuela and Iran Sign 20-Year Cooperation Agreement

Peoples Dispatch The governments of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi signed a 20-year cooperation agreement on June 11. (Photo: VTV) The agreement between the two sanctions-hit countries prioritizes energy and food security in both nations The governments of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi signed a 20-year strategic…

The Sanctioned: How Iran-Russia are Setting New Rules

Pepe Escobar Iran and Russia are taking the lead in establishing alternative financial networks to bypass western sanctions While China, keen to ward off US sanctions as long as possible, is lagging, its RIC partners Iran and Russia are doing the legwork to break the west’s global financial grip. The first Eurasia Economic Forum, held last week…

We Are at the End of Unipolarity

Tehran Times The Ukraine war proved that the world has reached the end of unipolarity, a Turkish historian and political scientist says. “Following the most recent events, we can state that we have arrived at the end of unipolarity,” Mehmet Perincek tells the Tehran Times. “The end of the unipolar world and the establishment of…

High Level Delegation from Iran Visits Nicaragua

Tortilla Con Sal “They think they will humiliate the world’s Peoples, they think that they will force those Peoples to surrender, but Peoples have Creativity, they have Dignity, they have Strength.” –Daniel Ortega Meeting of the President-Comandante Daniel and Compañera Rosario, Vice President of Nicaragua, with High-Level Delegation of Iran May 6th 2022 Words of…

Iran Promises to Provide Fuel to Nicaragua

Iran is committing to supply fuel to Nicaragua and says its vision for the bilateral relationship is not solely economic. Iran’s high-level delegation, headed by Minister of Petroleum Javab Owji, is in Nicaragua to strengthen cooperation in the areas of agriculture, livestock, technology, medicine, energy, petroleum, and parliamentary and foreign relations exchange. The delegation held…

Terror from Balochistan: A Menacing Tool to Disrupt Sino-Pakistani Economics

Pepe Escobar Balochistan can only benefit from Chinese infrastructure investment in the immensely impoverished Pakistani province. But an uptick in attacks on Chinese workers by militant separatists suggests that external agendas may be in play. A Baloch suicide bombing targeting Chinese workers in Karachi comes a mere month after the US-backed ousting of PM Imran Khan….

Iran, Ukraine, Venezuela: The Business of Sabotage in Multi-factor Warfare

Eder Peña There are multiple and diverse cases in which sabotage groups have managed to twist situations and scenarios in favor of the interests of the corporations that run the United States and Europe (Photo: Oleksandr Klimenko / Reuters). Sabotage has been an inherent part of the unconventional warfare that has been orchestrated by the…

Russia Threatens Its Enemies with a Tsunami of Sanctions

Elijah J. Magnier Gas still continues to flow into Europe through the Yamal-Europe pipeline, Blu stream 1 and 2, Nord-Stream 1 and Turkstream despite the undeclared war between the U.S. and its European allies on Russia in the territories of Ukraine. However, the West has found an adversary that has many cards to play and…