Moscow and the formation of The New World System

Moscow and the formation of The New World System

by Imad Fawzi Shueibi

Imad Fawzi Shueibi examines the reasons and consequences of Russia’s recent position at the Security Council. Moscow’s backing of Syria is not a posture but the result of an in-depth analysis of the shifting global balance of power. The current crisis will crystallize into a new world configuration, which, from the unipolar model inherited after the collapse of the USSR, will gradually evolve towards a multipolar system. Inevitably, this transition will plunge the world into a period of geopolitical turbulence the repercussions of which are scrutinized by the author.

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Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin & the Eurasian Empire of the End Times


Russia has always perceived of itself as a Eurasian country.
– President V.V. Putin, November 2000

…an epochal, grandiose revolutionary admission, which, in general, changes everything. The prophecy of [French conspiratologist] Jean Parvulesco has come to pass… There will be a Eurasian millennium.
– Alexandre Dugin, Russian thinker and author

The French visionary writer Jean Parvulesco’s main agent – if not hope – for world change rests with Vladimir Putin. Parvulesco argues that – whether we are aware of it or not – we find ourselves at the crossroads of “great history,” where a totally new era is about to be born.

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For such a new period to begin, the old needs to die first. For Parvulesco, this is the old “democratic system” of political correctness, which he feels has now reached its limits and is no longer supportable. It has become “a permanent and total nightmare.” Many will wonder how the “new world” is to come about. The best example of what appeared to be a sudden, almost instantaneous collapse is seen in the fall of the Soviet Union, two decades ago. It illustrates that powerful empires can, from one day to the next, completely disappear, requiring a new society and structure to be built from the ground upwards.

When news of the collapse of the Soviet Union appeared on television screens, the system had already imploded. It was just the public revelation of its death; the disintegration of the communist system had already occurred. According to Parvulesco, the collapse of “democratic Europe” has already taken place too, and we are now in the years between its collapse and the public acceptance of its demise – and the start of a new Europe.

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Putin, a thorn in Washington’s flesh

by F. William Engdahl

Vladimir Putin is one of the few world leaders capable of rattling the foundations of U.S. hegemony: military dominance and the dollar’s supremacy as reserve currency. Engdahl shows that the recent election protests in Russia were orchestrated by Washington-sponsored NGOs and domestic agents in an unsuccessful attempt to destabilize the country. With the rapid erosion of U.S. global dominance, Engdahl warns that the neutralization of Russia and other recalcitrant states will again be on the agenda of the next White House occupant.

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