Posts Tagged ‘geopolitics’

The Geopolitics of Human Gene Editing

By Ulson Gunnar A cursory warning was left by renowned physics professor Stephen Hawking regarding a future where a race of superhumans, manipulating their DNA, would taking control of their own evolution. The warning came just before his death in March of this year. The Washington Post in its article, “Stephen Hawking feared race of […]

Biopolitics Versus Geopolitics

By Eric Thomson (1999) The original definition of “nation” recognized the biological identity of a people, regardless of frontiers. Woodrow Wilson and others long recognized the socially destabilizing effect of multi-national states, and laid much of the blame for World War I on the existence of these unstable entities such as the Austro-Hungarian Empire and […]

The Tectonic Plates of Geopolitics Are Starting to Shift

The United States is currently waging economic warfare against one tenth of the world’s countries with cumulative population of nearly 2 billion people and combined gross domestic product (GDP) of more than $15 trillion. These include Russia, Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Myanmar, the Democratic Republic of Congo, North Korea and others […]

Engdahl: ‘Brzezinski’s Ghost’ and Eurasia Geopolitics Today

F. William Engdahl explains how the ‘ghost’ of Zbigniew Brzezinski is shaping Washington’s geopolitics across Eurasia – Russia, China, Iran…all targets on the grand chessboard. IMAGE: North Tehran by day. (Patrick Henningsen @21WIRE) F. William Engdahl New Eastern Outlook One of the most outstanding features of a truly standing-out Trump Presidency to date is how precisely the […]

Korea and the Geopolitics of the Impossible

Editor’s Note: This was written before the North-South Korean Summit which took place on April 26-27. In geopolitics, everything is impossible – until, suddenly, it isn‘t. Wars that no one ever believed could happen flare into existence, and stable societies descend into chaos. On the other side of spectrum, peace agreements that only Pollyannas thought […]

Bolton’s Past Advocacy for Israel at US Expense Heralds Dangerous New Era in Geopolitics

WASHINGTON – Last Thursday, President Trump announced that former UN ambassador John Bolton, once called the “most dangerous man” in the entire George W. Bush administration, would replace H.R. McMaster as national security adviser, making him the man in charge of what the President sees and hears regarding issues of national security. Bolton will officially […]

Blackouts and Flashpoints in 2018: Who Rules America, Globalization and Geopolitics

January 30, 2018 By Prof. James Petras The prophets and forecasters for the coming year have already set out their global vision ranging from rising economies to catastrophic global wars. I want to argue from a different perspective, focusing on the increasing subdivision of markets, the deepening autonomy of political action […]

21ST-CENTURY GEOPOLITICS OF JAPAN

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 5,795 other followers Source Article from https://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2017/10/20/21st-century-geopolitics-of-japan/ Related Posts Japan Leads the Way: No Vaccine Mandates and No MMR Vaccine = Healthier Children The Facts:This article was written By Kristina Kristen, Guest Writer, for Children’s Health Defense, […]

Oil, Gas, Geopolitics Guide US Hand In Playing The Rohingya Crisis

YANGON, MYANMAR – (Analysis) In recent years, Myanmar (formerly Burma) has only rarely been in the news. The quiet treatment owed much to the assumption that the country’s fledgling democracy was in “good hands” once the U.S-backed 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi gained renewed political prominence after the 2015 elections and […]

Rohingya Genocide – Links to Corporatism, Geopolitics & Wahhabism

By Chris Kanthan The humanitarian crisis in Myanmar is harrowing, with more than 150,000 Muslims having to flee the country in the recent months. The stories of persecution and ethnic cleansing are very troubling, although sporadic conflicts between Buddhists and Muslims in Myanmar have existed for many decades. While the mainstream media is […]

Top 7 Pieces of Modern Day Geopolitics Propaganda

July 4th, 2017 By Makia Freeman Contributing writer for Wake Up World Modern day propaganda is all around us. However, people have usually become so numb to it that they can no longer perceive it. Many people choose ignorance, complacency or apathy to deal with it. Often you can observe groups developing societal Stockholm Syndrome, where […]

US Foreign Policy, Global Hegemony, “Soft Power” and the Geopolitics of Eurasia

Related Posts Labour & ‘anti-Semitism’: Real goal of establishment smear campaign is to deny socialists power There have been 673 allegations of anti-Semitism by Labour Party members and, since the new Can these truck-sized nuclear reactors power U.S. military basecamps in remote locations? (Natural News) The United States military could very soon […]

Understanding the Geopolitics of Terrorism

By Bill Van Auken June 08, 2017 “Information Clearing House” – The latest in a long series of bloody terrorist attacks attributed to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) unfolded in Iran early Wednesday with coordinated armed assaults on the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) and the mausoleum of the late supreme leader of the […]

Georgia: A transit corridor for ISIS

     Islamic state created a special purpose brigade tasked with carrying out terrorist acts in Europe, Central Asia and North Caucasus. Georgia is in the area of interest of the brigade — it plays the role of a transit country for militants. Terrorist attacks on its territory are not ruled out. This was recently reported […]

2 killed in UCLA murder-suicide, campus lockdown has been lifted

     There has been a shooting at the University of California at Los Angeles, university officials confirmed. The shooting occurred in the school’s Engineering 4 building, according to the campus alert system. Two males are dead in a murder-suicide. The Los Angeles Police Department said that the two victims were men who were found dead […]

Mesopotamian Art History

Dating back to 3500 B.C.E., Mesopotamian art was intended to serve as a way to glorify powerful rulers and their connection to divinity. Art was made from natural resources such as stone, shells, alabaster and marble, and was often created as didactic pieces. No artist signatures can be found on most of the work, because the pieces […]

America’s War against the Islamic State (ISIS): A Complete Hoax. ISIS, Al Qaeda, Al-Nusra, Et Al are US Creations

US post-9/11 war on terror reflects state-sponsored deception – with the media complicit in conning the public to believe Washington opposes what it actively supports. ISIS, Al Qaeda, Jabhat al-Nusra and various splinter groups are US creations, used as imperial foot soldiers, flourishing because Washington and rogue partners arm, fund, train and direct them. Obama’s […]

Three Indonesians Detained in South Korea for Alleged ISIS Links

nsnbc : Three Indonesian citizens have been detained by South Korea’s Migrant Workers Agency over alleged ties to ISIS. The arrests follow a bomb attack and shootout in the Indonesian capital Jakarta on January 14.  Kwong-Yee-Cheng-Flickr-CC-BY-NC-SA. Head of the South Korea’s Migrant Workers Protection and Placement Agency,  Nusron Wahid stated on Friday, that three Indonesian migrant […]

China is looking at a make-over of its armed forces

     The meeting of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the supreme governing body of the armed forces of one of the leading global powers, held on November 24 – 26, 2015, will have a significant impact not only on the development of internal processes in China, but also […]

MERS virus mutation confirmed in South Korea

     A mutation of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, which has killed dozens during its South Korean outbreak, could have created a more potent and contagious stain, scientists have revealed. After testing the bodily fluids of eight people infected with MERS, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) discovered that the […]

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