International Law

A Planetary Survival Challenge to Identify Alternative World Futures

Abstract: This article calls for applying human ingenuity to our planet’s core existential problems: nuclear war; injustice; economic inequality and ecological catastrophe. This means,...

What Is a ‘Just International Order’?

The axiom of the Western foreign policy logic is the fundamental impossibility of a just international order. This conclusion was made by our opponents...

Don’t Deceive Yourselves, The Hiroshima-Nagasaki Precedent Cannot Be Revoked

On August 6 and 9, 1945, the United States of America dropped two atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing...

The world of 2050: Yin-transition to the ‘Soft Dictatorship’

How will the world look in 2050? The truth is unknown to all. However, intuitively, it could be assumed that the upcoming transformation of...

Factors of Stability in Greater Eurasia

It is believed that one of the most important consequences of the fundamental restructuring of the international order may be a general decline in...

Non-Aligned Movement Counters Neo-Colonialism

On October 18, 1995, during his speech at the eleventh Summit of Heads of State or Government of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) in Cartagena...

Artemis Accord in the Perspective of International Legal Effectiveness

Initiated by the United State of America (U.S), eight countries–Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, The United Arab Emirates (UAE), and the United Kingdom (UK)--officially...

The sun rises in the East: A plea for identity, nations and international understanding

Immanuel Kant: “Peace is the masterpiece of reason.” A quick look at current world events is enough to reveal that the world is further away...

Ending Western Domination Is Key to the Emerging World Order. Here’s What Needs to Be Done

Asynchronous multipolarity: governing parameters and directions of development Since the late 1990s, multipolarity has been a key focus in Russia’s foreign policy doctrine. A more...

Water on Boil: Weaponization of Water in Contemporary Geopolitics

Authors: Rahul M Lad and Prof. Ravindra G Jaybhaye* A huge Kakhovka dam in the Russian-controlled area of southern Ukraine has been devastated on June...

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