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De-Westernization of Globalization: An Excellent Research Paper From The Respected Zurich-Based Centre For Security Studies (Highly Recommended Reading)


19 March 2013 The De-Westernisation of Globalisation Democracy and globalization Because they now see a direct correlation between economics and national security, Western leaders are trying to ‘rein in’ globalization or so Jonas Gratz claims. Whether they can do that, however, will depend on their ability to pursue coherent economic agendas and solve assorted domestic … Continue reading

My New PressTV article is up: On Contemporary Geopolitics


Here is the direct link to PressTV website.

My Published Article On PressTV


Here are few of my published articles on PressTV. Second on Syria as Modern Spanish Civil War Third Submitted as Yet to be published (pdf): syria extension Fourth Submitted as Yet to be published (pdf): The Resistance

Messr. Hubert Vedrine (France’s Former Foreign Minister, 1997-2002) On FP: Western Decline Is a ‘Choice’ (Good Reading)


  Decline Is a Choice The West has nothing to fear but fear itself. BY HUBERT VÉDRINE | DECEMBER 10, 2012 The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 was supposed to mark both the “end of history” and the birth of an international community founded on the universal acceptance of Western values — a … Continue reading

The Dictator & Sacha Baron Cohen: Telling It As it Is (The Truth about Contemporary Politics, Society and Economics). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.


Yesterday we watched The Dictator, and I was not disappointed, the general film is the usual Cohenasque satirical silliness, but it is the essence of the story that was interesting. For example; Cohen’s Main Character: The Dictator embodied the contemporary Arab Spring targeted-ruling tyrants, with a symbolic focus on Libyan Gaddaffi as presented via Cohen’s … Continue reading

My Three-Year Research Paper: Why The West Is The Principal Source of Threat to Global Security & Peace


The document contains essentially only the first ‘introductory’ chapter of the study (which took me three years for completion, not the chapter but the complete study, and still ongoing). res.des.2012

Russia, The West & Cold War II: My Special FSB Report


————-Declassified————- Here is my report, playing the role of an FSB strategic agent, analysing ‘Russia in contemporary world (of the Cold War II)’. Please understand this is a merely role-playing exercise, though the report was sent to few ‘special friends’ for review. [1] This first attachment (fsb support) is a simple ‘executive summary’: fsb support … Continue reading

Honey Trap: Heywood & MI6 (with excellent news selection links)


Without a doubt all specialist (expert, professional, or whatever) of international intrigues and affairs, knows and associates the death of the British businessman in China, Mr. Heywood, to MI6; if not, he or she, is not really an expert! For generations MI6/5 and others have used native businessman abroad and other ‘notables’ as their ‘insiders’ … Continue reading

The South [America]: The World Next Superpowers and Superthreats


South America is slowly showing off it’s independence and growth: [1] Argentina takes on UK, Spain and the rest of EU and UN at one go. It renationalise oil firms, YPF. It remilitarising at alarming rate with Falklands on her sights (my opinion, it is rightful theirs, even when brave fighters fell upon it from … Continue reading

On North Korea Missile Failure: Who Shot It Down (or Sabotage)?


I keep watching the video of the explosion, and it does appear that it might have been ‘laser-tagged’, i.e. shot down, and more probably from a space-based weapon system (was the recent US secret space weapon system launch the source?????). In short, as info keep coming in, and as I continue to examine the images, … Continue reading

The Islas Malvinas/Falklands Drama & Headlines of Interest


Source: Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/argentina-on-new-campaign-to-win-falklands-30-years-after-war/2012/03/31/gIQAGX6anS_story.html Argentina conuter-respond to recent joint US-UK economic and trade sanctions against her, with threats to these two countries financial institutions (sure does look like things are heating up): Source (biased) UK Sunday Telegrpah: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/9178499/Argentina-threatens-to-sue-banks-helping-Falklands-oil-explorers-as-trade-war-with-Britain-escalates.html Selected Headlines: http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/interactive/2012/mar/29/carbon-map-infographic-world http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/29/us-syria-idUSBRE8280G820120329 http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2012/mar/30/george-galloway-bradford-west-byelection http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/mar/29/voters-politics-dirty-money http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122454/Internet-addiction-Adults-spend-15-hours-week-online-thats-hours-years-ago.html http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122241/Crumbs-Andrew-Lansley-Department-Health-blew-100-000-tea-biscuits-THREE-MONTHS.html http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122388/Britain-Syrias-opposition-500-000-aid-gain-skills-build-democratic-future.html http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/9175297/France-detains-19-suspected-Islamists.html http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/9175322/Japan-approves-shoot-down-order-for-North-Korean-rocket.html http://europe.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303812904577292273665694712.html?mod=WSJEurope_hpp_LEFTTopStories http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303816504577312874216869742.html?mod=WSJEUROPE_hpp_MIDDLETopNews http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304177104577311572820862442.html?mod=WSJEUROPE_hpp_MIDDLESecondNews http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304177104577311753729346314.html?mod=WSJEUROPE_hpp_MIDDLETopNews http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303816504577312833410895546.html?mod=WSJEUROPE_hpp_sections_world http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/egypts-muslim-brotherhood-push-no-confidence-motion-against-military-appointed-government/2012/03/29/gIQAEZbmiS_story.htmlContinue reading

Welcome To The BRICS World (To Your Left You Can See The Old Western-UN World & To Your Right The Contested Areas/the future of conflicts. Invest-Wisely and Have A Nice Transformation. Thank You)


BRICS is made up of Brazil, Russia, China, India and (more recent) South Africa, and seems to have recently started to bypass the 60 years old international system based on the Atlantic Model/Charter between the two Anglo-Saxons countries, Britain and US, also known as comically, United Nations (UN). Anyway, from now on every event in … Continue reading

The Assad Emails: The New Exciting Round Of Western Propaganda (Remember Libya?) & The ‘Arab-Spring’


In the UK, the Guardian is yet again leading from the front on the ‘new western propaganda war’ as it has been throughout the ‘Arab Spring’. Why the choice of The Guardian? The paper has been deliberately picked and fed throughout some of the most ’embarrasing and discrediting materials’ because it is what the Americans … Continue reading

The Kofi Annan Envoy (What It means?) and The Analysis on Syrian Crisis


Kofi Annan: The Good Politician Kofi Annan is one of the rarest few of political-character in the world affairs, and UN (especially post-Bushism re-structure, set-out to be more subordinate to US interest, as Kofi Annan was increasingly critical and independent-minded, a truly cosmopolitan-globalist and pacifist, a role-model for an organisation that is not what is … Continue reading

My Up-Coming Free E-Short-Book (MUST READ SYNOPSIS): The World of 20XX


In this book I will argue that there is an agressive revival of colonialism from the three states of European stock, 1. The US: From A Good Leader to A Corrupt Power First, The United States of America, though, she appears to be caught mostly between schizophrenic cartesian dualism of ‘to be or not to … Continue reading

A Recommended Reading: An Article From The Atlantic on New Pan-Arabianism (falling short of claiming, as I have been, of Pan-islamism)


http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/03/the-coming-arab-identity-crisis/254144/ Watch for the connotation of ‘UMA’ (United Magrheb Arabs), which is actually based on the phonetic ‘desirability’ of Ummah, a Moslem word for ‘Islamic Poeple and race’, similar to Germanic Kultur-weltanschauung. In short, the desirability is for gradual ‘expansive’ re-Islamicisiation of Islamic World (The Khilafah, or Caliphate). The Atltantic has also started the ‘Iran … Continue reading

Important Thoughts On The Contemporary Global Affairs (Do not Miss the Summary)


First, I have again been vindicated (right David?), Libya is slowly breaking up into chaotic pieces: http://www.france24.com/en/20120306-libya-bengazi-cyrenaica-autonomy-federalism. Secondly, with the coming of the Egyptian presidential elections, if the Islamic Parties win it, I promise you a return of a very, highly very, proactive Egypt in the region, and Islamic Affairs, based on the Nasserite Model … Continue reading

How To Divert, Disrupt and Divide the Core of The Contemporary Western Military Alliance


This ‘project’ is still under ‘study’, as such I will only reiterate the basics core of the thesis. The Origins of the Project: The ‘project’ started with the question, ‘what or who are the core of the contemporary military alliances in the world?’—the answer to this, I decided was to be found in ‘NATO’, a … Continue reading

The Continuing Vindications of My Recent-Past Analyses on Global Affairs


Last year, I wrote this article; https://geopoliticalintelligence.wordpress.com/2011/12/31/a-defining-decade-2000-2010-a-year-of-attempted-protests-2011-a-new-year-of-realpolitiks-2012/, in it, I predicted (correctly) how the so-called ‘year of protesters’, i.e. 2011, will be replaced by the year of realpolitiks (of the traditional old ways) and counter-offense, as we observe re-trending, such as; 1. back to 1980s: In reference to the financial and banking sector, not learning … Continue reading

Political & Security Risk Analysis: UN should be at a ‘Severe Alert’ Level!


UN should be on a severe alert (if we still use the colored-coded alert system, which I believe was recently replaced) across the globe, and through all it’s agencies. The organisation, understandably, seems to have pissed-off few many ‘angry people’ more recently, and as we have already seen with the trends (Nigeria, Afghanistan, etc), United … Continue reading