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Europe, Russia and Greater Eurasia [Geopolitics Focus]

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The book: “Europe as the Western Peninsula of Greater Eurasia: Geoeconomic Regions in a Multipolar World”:

Europe as the Western Peninsula of Greater Eurasia: Geoeconomic Regions in a Multipolar World

This book examines how the EU as a geoeconomic region will be impacted by the Russian-Chinese cooperation to construct a Greater Eurasia.

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wtk
wtk
August 3, 2021

Glenn Diesen is great!
Very smart man – understands Russia well, along with understanding Norway/NATO.

Thank you DURAN for having him on your site!

Beatus
Beatus
August 4, 2021

The greater Eurasia Project is driven not so much by economics or politics. It arises out of the history and traditions, as well as the nature and the destiny of nations. The Atlanticist nations are thalassocratic in nature, projecting coercive power over the sea. The Eurasian nations have a tellurocratic tradition, projecting power over the land mass, adept in trade, negotiation, cooperation and managing multi-ethnicity. The decline of the West, due to thalassocratic rivalry and wars, as well as the rise of China, thanks to Mao Tse-tung (he defeated imperialism and feudalism), Deng Xiaoping (he introduced socialism with an enterpreneurial… Read more »

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wtk
wtk
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August 4, 2021

An interesting idea and I share your general description, however “Deng Xiaoping (he introduced socialism with an enterpreneurial ethos)’ – I think history will show that it was Deng that sold out socialism in China. However that will be for the Chinese people to figure out!

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