We are beginning to build a form of knowledge that amalgamates numerous perspectives rather than leaning on Newtonian science alone -- and this is an initial step towards a new global civilization.
What Chrystia Freeland left unstated about the standard for conduct of international relations is that the dominant feature of world politics has been the exercise of American hegemonic power.
In today's article, I outline the constraints that Regis Debray believes undermine the long-run prospects for Western hegemony.
We have perpetually heard various proclamations about the inevitable collapse of Western domination since the end of World War I. Will they continue to be disproven? If so, why?
How do we reform the international political system? One new radical solution that has emerged as a response to traditional Keynesianism is a multipolar anti-imperialist framework.
Confronted with a declining World Order it can no longer control, does the West want to re-assert its will through a new world war, which this time would be really global?
The world's politicians, in the post-G20 spirit, have abandoned creativity, empathy, intelligence and ultimately, reason itself in their quest follow the American dream.