multipolarity

Operation Condor 2.0

There is a new Operation Condor, not unlike the old one that resulted in the murder and disappearance of thousands of people across Latin America. The original Condor began in 1975 with the cooperation of rightwing dictatorships in the Southern Cone--Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. This was a direct attack on South Americans opposed to neoliberal [&;]

The Multipolar Revolution: Syncretic Perspectives – Part I

 By: Jafe Arnold From the Indo-Europeans to the &;New World&; he world’s diversity of cultures has successfully defied the “globalization” of the Atlanticist, Liberal, unipolar “End of History” scenario proclaimed in the 1990’s.

CSS defends Syria, builds multipolarity at international security conference

By: Jafe Arnold (Special Projects Director) and Paul Antonopoulos (Research Fellow)  CSS Research Fellow Paul Antonopoulos speaks at &;Threats to Security in the 21st Century: Finding a Global Way Forward&; in Lahore, Pakistan he international conference, “Threats to Security in &